The first Hartford Police and Fire Services have moved in to the new Public Safety Complex at 253 High Street, and additional services will be moving in over the next few weeks.
Mayor Pedro Segarra says the 911 Dispatch Center, 311 Call Center, Police traffic, school crossing guards and parking control offices, as well as fire marshals and inspectors and administrative offices.
The mayor says it’s the first time ever that the city’s police, fire, emergency services and telecommunications will be housed in a single location. He says the central location should benefit residents, visitors and businesses, and will help keep the city safe.
Police Major Crimes, Juvenile Investigations, Internal Affairs and Backgrounds, Crime Scene Division, Civil Litigation, Advocate Office, Personnel/Planning and Accreditation Offices, Fiscal and Payroll Offices, and the Office of the Chief of Police are scheduled to move during the first week in December.
Police Patrol Operations, Booking and Detention and the Records Division will continue to operate out of the current building on Jennings Road until early January.