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  1. New From the State of Connecticut

    On-line Voter Registration: https://voterregistration.ct.gov/OLVR/welcome.do and Voter Lookup Tool: http://www.sots.ct.gov/sots/cwp/view.asp?a=3172&q=512796
  2. **Notice to Residents with Security Systems**

    For those residents who have home security systems, please contact your company and make sure that the police contact is listed as the Ledyard Police Department and the contact number is listed as 860-464-7271. Read on...
  3. Aerial View of Ledyard

    This video was created by Brian Reubelt, a Ledyard resident and photographer...please enjoy the beauty of Ledyard! Read on...
  4. Eversource Investment in Ledyard Resiliency May 2016 - September 2016

    Work is planned in Ledyard to improve resiliency for the Town's residents and businesses. It is a considerable investment of $1.4 million. Read on...
  5. Proposed Great Thicket National Wildlife Refuge

    A coordinated response to wildlife decline in the Northeast. Draft land protection plan and environmental assessment for review. Read on...
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Ledyard Town Hall will be Closed on Monday, February 8 Due to Weather Conditions

A town-wide parking ban is in effect beginning at midnight Sunday and will last until storm clean up has been completed

A Message from Chief John J. Rich

The Ledyard Police Department is a full service municipal police agency, serving our community 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.  The Town of Ledyard has recently changed the way the department is administered, after decades of service under the Connecticut State Police Resident Trooper Program.  On January 19, 2016, I took the oath of office and became Ledyard’s first Chief of Police.  I am humbled and honored by the town’s expression of confidence as Ledyard’s first chief.
In keeping with our Mission Statement, we strive to provide an exemplary level of service and protection to this community.  Our officers are committed to providing that service with integrity, honor, and vigilance.  We enjoy collaborative relationships with other law enforcement agencies in the region and the state, and we have developed partnerships with providers of social services, crisis services, and many other forms of assistance.  If you need our service, please do not hesitate to call us.  Even if your concern is not a law enforcement matter per se, we will refer you to the appropriate assistance.  
Our Emergency Communications Center serves as the primary 911 answering point for the towns of Ledyard and Preston.  We rely on our citizens for assistance in solving problems that arise in the community.  If you see something you feel is suspicious or requires investigation, please notify us, even if it may seem insignificant.   We are never too busy to assist you.  
Ledyard is a great place to live and work, and it is our mission to make this a safer community.  We are your police department.  Please join us in our efforts to keep Ledyard safe.  
In service, 
John J. Rich 
Chief of Police