Non-emergency phone lines to Connecticut State Police troops and various local police departments are down Wednesday morning. State police reported the issue shortly before 10 a.m., and by just after 2 p.m. said in a tweet that its phone lines are back up and running. Wallingford police said they were among the departments impacted by the issue, and urged residents to call 203-626-9573 for non-emergent issues for the time being. By 12:20 p.m., Wallingford police reported the phone line issue for their agency had been resolved. Hartford police said the issue was caused by a problem with the phone provider, and urged residents with non-emergency calls to use 860-722-6240 until the phone lines are fixed. "We are in contact with the carrier and will provide an update as soon as we can," Lt. Aaron Boisvert said around 11:30 a.m. By 3:26 p.m. the Hartford non-emergency phone service had been restored. Shortly after noon, Hamden police said their non-emergency line was down and that Frontier Communications was addressing the issue. Non-emergent police calls can be made to 203-230-4001 for the time being. Minutes before 1 p.m., the town's phone lines were operational again. Police said 911 is still available for any emergencies. This is a developing story. Check back for updates.