Litchfield County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

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If you were to ask anybody you know about how to conduct an arrest warrant search in Litchfield County, CT, they will ask you to go to the nearest justice agency. Although this advice is spot on, knowing a little more about the government entities that furnish details on arrests and active warrants will help you to conduct the investigation more efficiently.

The office of the sheriff: The police department can provide details on outstanding warrants from Litchfield County since they are in charge of serving these orders. They can also furnish arrest records because they apprehend the offenders. Inquiries will have to be conducted in person and you can get the results within a few minutes. You can also ask around for a most-wanted list and area crime statistics.

The office of the magistrate: The sitting judge has the power to issue all the legal directives available to the justice network. This includes arrest warrants from Litchfield County along with criminal summons, bench warrants, subpoenas, and search orders. So, you can find out more than the issue of just detention directives from this agency.

The office of the county clerk: This department houses the repository of court dockets. So, through them, you can find details on active warrants and arrest records from Litchfield County as well as civil case data. To launch the inquiry, you can use the public service terminals in their office.

Contacting state agencies for an arrest warrants inquiry

  • The Police: 74 West Street Litchfield, CT 06759
  • The court: 15 West St, Litchfield, CT 06759
  • The clerk of court: PO Box 488, Litchfield, Connecticut 06759


How do access arrest records and details on warrants from Litchfield County over the phone? (Valid in 2021)   

  1. To procure details on arrests, dial the number of the law enforcement agency that has taken an accused into custody. Depending on the area in which the crime occurred, this can be:
  • State Police HQ for the Western District : (860) 626-7975
  • Canaan -State Troop B: (860) 824-2500
  • Litchfield- State Troop L: (860) 626-7900
  • Barkhamsted- State Trooper: (860) 379-8782
  • Bethlehem- State Trooper: (203) 266-7405
  • Bridgewater- State Trooper: (860) 355-9375
  • Colebrook- State Trooper: (860) 379-2313
  • Harwinton- State Trooper: (860) 485-1421
  • Kent- State Trooper: (860) 927-3134
  • Litchfield PD: (860) 567-8596
  • New Hartford -State Trooper: (860) 379-8621
  • New Milford PD: (860) 355-3133
  • Norfolk- State Trooper: (860) 542-5249
  • Plymouth PD: (860) 589-7779
  • Roxbury-State Trooper: (860) 354-0089
  • Salisbury- State Trooper: (860) 435-2938
  • Thomaston PD: (860) 283-4343
  • Torrington PD: (860) 489-2000
  • Washington-State Trooper: (860) 868-2100
  • Watertown PD: (860) 945-5200
  • Winchester PD: (860) 379-2721
  • Woodbury PD: (203) 263-3400


  1. To ask for judicial records, call 860-626-2100.
  2. To get victim’s assistance, call 860-626-2433.


Crime figures for Litchfield County

Property crimes accounted for the majority of the nearly 2050 crimes reported in Litchfield County in 2017, with nearly 1900 complaints. There were over 300 burglaries and around 1420 larceny thefts in this category. In the category of violent crimes, there were 85 reports of aggravated assault and 38 reports of rape, among other offenses. 

The police of Litchfield County, Connecticut receive about 2000 criminal complaints annually. Nearly 7% of these cases are filed in matters pertaining to violence. Also, there was a rise of almost 15% in this crime category.

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