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FBI
530 Preston Ave, Meriden, CT 06450

The Meriden office of the FBI is a satellite of the agency's New Haven division. Other satellite offices are inMore Bridgeport and New London. 

The Meriden office investigates and responds to federal crimes, which can include civil rights violations, criminal organizations, public corruption, white-collar crime, drug trafficking, violent crimes, terrorism, espionage and high-tech crimes in Hartford, Middlesex, Wyndham and Litchfield counties. 

If residents have a tip or require assistance, they should call the office's general number.

Meriden Police Department
50 W Main St, Meriden, CT 06451

The Meriden Police Department houses 120 full time officers, along with 10 reserve officers and office staff in itsMore brick headquarters in downtown Meriden, where it flanks the conveniently located city courthouse.

Public information officer Sgt. Leonard Caponigro particularly credits the force's popular long-running neighborhood initiative – in which beat officers patrol at-risk areas and hold monthly meetings with residents to work together to make them safer – for a recent sharp decline in crime.

Residents can sign up for e-mailed crime reports pertaining to their area by sending their information to COMMSRVBURU@ci.meriden.ct.us and also email the department with crime tips at CRMTIPSPUB@ci.meriden.ct.us.

Law Offices of Gerald L. Harmon
290 Pratt St, Meriden, CT 06450
Gerald L. Harmon has been practicing law for many years. Since his start as a lawyer, he has become an expert in theMore practice areas of criminal law, federal criminal law, personal injury, bankruptcy, driving while intoxicated cases and drug crimes. Call for more information or to set up an in-office consultation.
US Department of Labor Office of Inspector General
530 Preston Ave, Meriden, CT 06450
The US Department of Labor's Office of Inspector General (DOL-OIG) has its Connecticut branch in Meriden, in the sameMore office complex as the FBI's satellite office. The organization targets identity theft, data mining, money laundering, check counterfeiting and other types of fraud by individuals, companies and organized crime groups.