Address: P.O. Box 34, 80 Main Street, Terryville, CT 06786
Phone: 860-589-7779 (routine calls - complaints, information on cases or accidents, etc.)
Contact Us: (routine emails - complaints, information on cases or accidents, etc.)
Animal Control Officer : 860-585-4051
If you are interested in a presentation about the Neighborhood Crime Watch program, please call the Plymouth Police Department at 860-589-7779.
- Karen Krasicky - Chief of Police
- Robert Wright - Assistant Chief of Police
- James Dubowsky - Sergeant
- Randall Foster - Sergeant
- Kenneth Kolpa - Sergeant
- Jonathan Marino - Sergeant
Animal Control Officers:
- Officer Cesar Beiros - ACO/Police Officer
- Craig Tole
- Tammy Gotowala
- Officer Corey Somoskey and Canine Magnum
The Plymouth Police Department is responsible for the preservation of the public peace, prevention of crime, apprehension of criminals, regulation of traffic, protection of rights of persons and property, and enforcement of the laws of the state and ordinances of the town and all rules and regulations made in accordance therewith.
See Permits & Licenses for information regarding pistol, parade, canvassers, solicitors, hawkers & peddlers, raffle, bazaar, precious metals, traffic sign requests, pawn broker permits and alarm system registration forms.
The Plymouth Police Department has implemented the Connecticut Alert Emergency Notification System (CT Alert ENS), an emergency incident notification system. The notification system provides a town wide 911 and "Opt-In" program for our citizens. This system enhances the Police Department's ability to protect lives and property by providing critical information to citizens during potential life threatening emergencies such as severe weather, fires, floods, unexpected road closures or evacuation of buildings or neighborhoods.
Please visit the CT Alert Citizen Sign-up website to register your wireless telephone numbers, text message numbers, TDD/TTY and email addresses in order to receive alerts on those devices. The website will also allow the public to designate other locations that they may wish to receive alerts about, such as; where your children go to school, where you work, or where family members live.