About the Department
The Cambridge Police Department is committed to the enforcement of laws and preservation of order that protect the rights and property of every person within the City of Cambridge. Our mission is to provide the highest quality of police service and to impact crime, and its associated elements, through the utilization of new and proven crime prevention strategies and problem-solving partnerships with our community.
For information on the history of the Cambridge Police Department, please visit our Department History page.
Information about officers killed in the line of duty while serving the City of Cambridge, as well as information about the Cambridge Police 9/11 Memorial, can be found by visiting our In Memoriam page.
City of Cambridge Police Department
Sworn Officers: 272
Civilian Personnel: 40
Commissioner: Brent B. Larrabee
Robert W. Healy Public Safety Facility
125 6th Street
Cambridge, MA 02142
Non-Emergency Phone Number: 617-349-3300
Budget: $43,496,275 (FY2012)
Marked Patrol Vehicles: 38
Unmarked Patrol Vehicles: 46
Special Vehicles: 6
Total Calls for Service: 111,864 (2010)
Hours of Service
Cambridge Police Department
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125 Sixth Street