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The Bloomfield Police Department (BPD) offers fingerprinting services to Bloomfield residents on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 am to 11 am. No appointments are necessary.
Who is eligible: Bloomfield Residents Only
Where: Bloomfield Police Headquarters, 785 Park Avenue, Bloomfield
When: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 am to 11 am. All applicants needing fingerprints taken must present at least one form of valid government-issued photo identification.
Pistol Permit Applications are accepted ONLY BY APPOINTMENT Monday through Friday. For an appointment at Bloomfield Police Headquarters, please call: 860-242-5501, ext. 5102. An applicant tracking number (pre-enrollment code) must be obtained prior to your appointment date and must be submitted with the application. This pre-enrollment code can be obtained by visiting PreEnrollment. Your fingerprints will be taken at the time of your appointment. If your temporary permit is approved, it is authorization only to carry firearms; it is not valid for the purchase of firearms.
When you arrive for your appointment at the Police Department, enter the Lobby, and approach the Records Unit window to the right.
Please click here to learn more information about the Pistol Permit Application Process.
Dogs need to be licensed every year between June 1st and June 30th. Fees are $19 for unneutered or unspayed dogs and $8 for spayed and / or neutered dogs (there is also a late fee of $ 1 each month thereafter). Dog licenses can be purchased at the Town Clerk's Office or by mailing your payment (and a copy of your rabies and spay / neuter certificate) along with a self-addressed, stamped envelope to:
Town of Bloomfieldc/o Town Clerk's Office800 Bloomfield AvenueBloomfield, CT 06002
(Please note: Owners of unlicensed dogs are subject to a fine of $75 for each unlicensed dog.)
Contact the Police Department Records Division at 860-242-5501, ext. 5102.
You will need to file a formal complaint with the police department. An Officer will investigate your complaint, and if justification exists, will assist you in completing a trespass warning affidavit.