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Enfield Police Department to Host 1st Annual LETR Enfield Basketball Classic Benefiting Special Olympics, March 22nd, 2018

March 2018 – Members of the Enfield Police Department will hit the court on Thursday, March 22nd, 2018 at Enfield High School for the 1st Annual Enfield Basketball Classic to support Special Olympics Connecticut.

The event will consist of three 24 minute basketball games (12 minute halves) and will begin at 6:00 pm. The games will run one after the other and will feature High School Basketball Rules. The night will consist of entertainment, live announcers, referees, and exciting competition between community members. Everyone is welcome as the event is open to the public and applicable for all ages. Event goers will have the opportunity to win great prizes and speak with members in their community while supporting the Special Olympics. The event is organized by volunteers from the Enfield Police Department in Enfield, CT. Enfield High School is located at 1264 Enfield Street in Enfield CT.

Admission to the event is $8.00 for adults, $5.00 for students and free for children 12 and under with all profits supporting the Special Olympics.

This year’s teams will consist of members from the Enfield Police Department, members of the Enfield High School staff, and the Enfield High School Seniors.

The three games will go as follows:

1. 6:05 pm - EPD vs EHS Staff

2. 6:40 pm - EPD vs EHSS (students)

3. 7:15 pm - EHS Staff vs EHSS (students)

All donations are welcomed and monies will go to support the Special Olympics. Businesses who wish to donate will have their business name announced throughout the event. It should be noted that the event is also looking for raffle prizes from area businesses to be auctioned off throughout the event.

For more information, contact Police Officer Brandon Caires at (860) 763-6400 x1442 or bcaires@enfield.org

About the Special Olympics Connecticut Law Enforcement Torch Run®

The Law Enforcement Torch Run® for Special Olympics Connecticut is one of the movement's largest grass-roots fundraiser and public awareness vehicles. This year-round program involves law enforcement officers from across the state who volunteer their time to raise awareness and funds through events including Tip-a-Cops, Cop-on-Tops, and Jail N’ Bail fundraisers.

In addition, each year in June, over 1,500 officers and athletes carry the Special Olympics "Flame of Hope" through hundreds of cities and towns across the state, covering over 530 miles over three days. The runners run the “Final Leg” and light the ceremonial cauldron during Opening Ceremonies for the Special Olympics Connecticut Summer Games.

About Special Olympics Connecticut

Special Olympics Connecticut provides year-round sports training and competitions for over 13,000 athletes of all ages with intellectual disabilities and Unified Sports® partners - their teammates without disabilities.

Through the joy of sport, the Special Olympics movement transforms lives and communities throughout the state and in 170 countries around the world by promoting good health and fitness and inspiring inclusion and respect for all people, on and off the playing field. (www.soct.org)

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The Enfield Police Department provides noncriminal fingerprinting services to the general public consistent with the provisions of Connecticut General Statute 29-17c through employment of the following practices: 

 • Fingerprinting for the general public will be conducted on specific days and during specific hours as established by the Chief of Police;

 • Fingerprint services are provided free of charge to residents* of the Town of Enfield;

 • Fingerprint services are provided free of charge to non-residents who are employed* or seeking employment* BY the Town of Enfield;

 • Fingerprint services are provided to all other non-residents for a fee as established by the Enfield Town Council.

      Payment must be by check or cash in the exact amount….Cash payments not in the exact amount WILL NOT be accepted.

     There will be no charge for vendors who require only a single thumb print or for persons being re-printed due to rejection of the original prints.

 * Proof of residency, employment, or prospective employment by the Town of Enfield is required.

  Persons requesting fingerprint services are hereby reminded that the Enfield Police have an obligation to respond to emergencies and active calls for service which at times could result in delay, postponement, or cancellation of fingerprinting due to staffing and activity levels.


Effective January 1, 2017

 Noncriminal fingerprinting is provided as follows:

            Wednesday evenings – 6PM to 8PM

            Saturday mornings – 9AM to 11AM

 Resident = No Charge

 Non-resident employed or seeking employment BY the town = No Charge

 Non-resident = $ 50.00

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