The Cambridge Auxiliary Police Department has been serving the city of Cambridge since 1941. Originally created as a civil defense measure, the Auxiliary consists of nearly 40 volunteers who assist the Cambridge Police Department with traffic and crowd control at parades, festivals, road races, and other city events. The Auxiliary also conducts vehicle and foot patrols during holidays and other times as needed.
The Auxiliary currently meets on the first and third Wednesday of every month at 7 PM. Meetings are held at the Public Safety building at 125 6th Street in either the Community Room on the 1st Floor or the 4th Floor Academy Classroom.
~~The Cambridge Auxiliary Police are not currently accepting applications at this time.~~
Interested in being part of the Cambridge Auxiliary Police? Please fill out the Initial Inquiry Information Form as well as the Background & Record Release Form and bring/mail it to the Cambridge Police Auixilary at 125 6th Street in Cambridge.
Commander: Superintendent John "Jack" Graham
Volunteers in Police Service
Cambridge Auxiliary Fire Department
Cambridge Emergency Management
Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency
Emergency Management Institute
Hours of Service
Cambridge Police Department
Robert C. Haas
Email Us with general inquiries about the department or questions about resources/programs offered by the police. DO NOT use this form to submit tips or report crimes in progress.
125 Sixth Street