State Education Resource Center 25 Industrial Park Rd, Middletown, CT06457 The center is a nonprofit agency funded primarily by the Connecticut State Department of Education. It provides…More technical assistance and training for schools, programs and school districts, and a centralized library that's available to educators, families and community members.
The Connecticut Juvenile Training School is a secure facility where minors are committed as delinquents. Its mission…More is to prepare residents for successful community re-entry through educational, treatment and rehabilitative services. It is operated by the state's Department of Children and Families.
The school is on a 34-acre site in Middletown and provides educational, vocational and recreational programming. Clinical programming includes substance abuse treatment, anger management and individual, and family and group therapy.
The Boys and Girls Club of Hartford opened a satellite club on the grounds for all residents in 2006. Relationships with community providers are established while the child is in residence to enhance the transition process.
State of Connecticut Department of Labor 645 S Main St, Middletown, CT06457 This is the regional office for the state labor department, the Workforce Alliance, the Human Resource Agency of New…More Britain, the East Seals Senior Community Employment Program and the Middlesex Chamber of Commerce. It provides a broad range of job-related services, including information about unemployment insurance, job-readiness workshops, job-search assistance, aptitude testing and older-worker training. Job seekers can also find job announcements and information about the job market, educational opportunities and jobs in the military. The office also provides personal computers for internet access, a fax machine, copiers, college catalogues and other resources. Workshops are available on resume writing, job-search techniques and interviewing skills.
This large office building off Exit 20 on I-91 serves as headquarters for the Public Safety…More Department's three main divisions: the Connecticut State Police; scientific services; and fire, emergency and building services. It also houses centralized communications for the entire state police department.
Administrative offices for the commissioner of public safety and the deputy commissioner are here. Three commanders who oversee the Connecticut State Police work in one of three district offices in Litchfield, Meriden and Norwich; troopers are assigned to 12 locations around the state.
The division of scientific services oversees state laboratories for forensics, toxicology and controlled substances, computer crime, electronic evidence and crime-scene reconstruction.
The division of fire, emergency and building services oversees building and fire safety, telecommunications, education and training and data management. It includes the Office of State Fire Marshal, the Office of State Building Inspector, the Office of Statewide Emergency Telecommunications and the Office of Education and Data Management.
This division oversees the safety and inspections of state buildings, licensing and permits, and technical training and education in all related fields. It conducts field inspections and provides technical assistance to local building and fire code officials, elected officials and the general public. It supervises fire and arson investigations, inspections of carnivals, amusement parks and circuses, hazardous materials, explosives and demolitions, crane operations, ski lifts and elevators.
Middletown's police department is headed by a police chief, one deputy chief and has more than 100 sworn officers as…More well as about 40 full- and part-time civilian employees.
The patrol division divides the city's 42-square-mile area into six districts and uses cars, motorcycles, bicycles and several walking beats. It also heads up a traffic unit that investigates accidents, a full-time animal-control officer and several part-time specialized units including: a marine-diving team, an emergency-response team, a canine unit, motorcycle and bicycle units, and the Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) program.
Detectives, a street-crime unit and a narcotics task force are the purview of an investigative services division. The department also has a records bureau.