Instructions and application forms for both businesses and individuals are located under "Forms, Reports & Permits".
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The records unit should be contacted for copies of police reports. They maintain copies of all reports and will provide copies as requested according to law. The Records Unit window is in the front lobby of police headquarters at 1 Monroe Street. The window will reopen starting June 23, 2020, Tuesday - Thursday from 9:30am 12:00pm and 1:00pm- 4:00pm by APPOINTMENT ONLY. Most accident reports can also be obtained online for an additional fee on the following website. (If purchasing online, please enter the full digit case number including leading zeroes. Ie. 160000XXXX NOT 16-XXXX.
Records appointments can be scheduled through the online appointment system.
The Norwalk Police Department only issues Temporary State of Connecticut Pistol Permits for bona fide permanent residents of the City of Norwalk. If you own a business in the City of Norwalk but reside outside the City of Norwalk, you must apply in the town of your residence for a State of Connecticut Pistol Permit. If you own a business in the City of Norwalk but reside outside the State of Connecticut, you must apply to the State of Connecticut Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection for a Non-Resident Pistol Permit. They can be reached at (860) 685-8290 or www.ct.gov/despp.
PISTOL PERMITS - Will not be accepted if Incomplete, not Notarized, missing required documents or photo. You will need to reschedule an appointment.
Executive Order 7E(3) – extends the “60 Day Temporary Pistol Permit” expiration by 90 additional days for a Total of 150 Days from date signed.
Click on link to view "Invalid NRA Certificate" example. This certificate has not been accepted since 2016.
Fingerprinting Online Scheduling
Fingerprinting Online Scheduling==========================================================================================
TUESDAY: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm & 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm
WEDNESDAY: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm & 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm
Come to the lobby of Police Headquarters at 1 Monroe Street for fingerprinting.
Fingerprinting is scheduled via an online appointment system. Walk-ins will not be accepted.
CLICK TO REVIEW HOW TO COMPLETE YOUR FINGERPRINT CARDS
Winter Weather Policy: Fingerprinting is CANCELED when Norwalk Public Schools are CLOSED.Morning session is CANCELED if the Norwalk Public Schools have a DELAYED OPENING.Afternoon session is CANCELED if the Norwalk Public Schools have an EARLY DISMISSAL.
PLEASE MOISTURIZE YOUR HANDS FOR SEVERAL DAYS PRIOR TO FINGERPRINTING. Only Norwalk residents or persons requiring fingerprinting for conditions of employment with a business in the City of Norwalk are eligible for fingerprinting. You must present a Photo Identification to be fingerprinted and proof of Norwalk residency such as utility or tax bills if your license does not list a Norwalk address. If fingerprinting is for a Norwalk employer, a letter from the business indicating your employment and purposes of the fingerprinting OR fingerprint cards supplied by the employer are required. The cost of fingerprinting is $ 10.00 cash per person for up to two fingerprint cards. Each additional fingerprint card over two cards is $ 5.00 each. Cash or Credit/Debit Cards will be accepted. Come to Norwalk Police Headquarters at 1 Monroe Street, and upon entering the front lobby, go to the left to the Records Division window for assistance. We do not fingerprint for Immigration Applications. Any questions concerning your eligibility for fingerprinting you may contact the Identification Unit at 203-854-3019 or 854-3164.
Request must be in writing and include $29 per CD (which holds up to 250 photos). Request must include case number, date of incident, type of incident, and check payable to the City of Norwalk. Mail request to: Records Division - Norwalk Police Department One Monroe Street Norwalk, CT 06854 - (203) 854-3151.