Below is a list of information important to residents, including programs and initiatives the Cambridge Police Department sponsors and/or participates in within the community.
Information on how to report crimes/information anonymously to Cambridge Police.
Information on bicycle safety and registration.
BridgeStat is a multi-layered, dynamic, intelligence-based approach to crime reduction and quality of life improvement.
Information about outreach efforts and liaisons to the business community.
Sign up for emergency alerts and information from the City.
Information about the Cambridge Boxing Program for teens.
Information and resources to protect children.
Used to send e-mail and text alerts about crime and other notifications to the various neighborhoods of the City.
Protect yourself and your property with these crime prevention and safety tips.
See an online crime map that maps and analyzes crime data, and alerts residents about crimes in their area.
Crime Reports provide detailed information so that citizens can make informed decisions about crime and safety in their neighborhoods.
Resources for victims and perpetrators of domestic violence.
You can now quickly access and download a copy of an accident report without leaving your home or office.
Cambridge Emergency Communications Center answers 9-1-1 and other emergency calls and maintains radio communications with all police, fire and contract ambulance units.
Information and resources to help you prepare for an emergency
Information about requirements, fees, and hours of services.
Information on our homeless outreach efforts.
How to get information from, and share information with, CPD.
New initiative offered through the Cambridge Police and Fire Departments in collaboration with the Court System.
Information and resources.
Information on how to apply for and obtain License to Carry Firearms and FID Cards
Features photographs of unidentified subjects taken during the commission of crimes.
Download our free smartphone app for Android and iPhone.
Information about the Neighborhood Sergeants Program.
A new private social network for neighborhoods that is used by the Cambridge Police to send e-mail notifications about crime and other tips to the various neighborhoods of the City.
Faith leaders assist police to offer services to officers, victims, and members of the community
Deposit unused/expired prescription drugs as well as needles & syringes
Surveys aimed at gauging public perceptions of crime, community initiatives, and interactions with CPD.
Career opportunities with the Cambridge Police Department.
Information about Residential and Commercial Security Surveys offered by the Cambridge Police Department.
Information about the Cambridge Safety Net Collaborative helping Cambridge youth.
Description of the self-defense training program offered by CPD.
Information on stalking and harassment.
Vehicle not where you left it? Has it been towed? Find out how to locate it.
Translate the Cambridge Police Department website into a variety of languages at the click of a button.
Information about truck restrictions in the City of Cambridge.
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