Services

This list shows only services related to the Cambridge Police Department.

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Police Chaplaincy Program

Established in 2013, the Cambridge Police Chaplaincy Program is the first of its kind in the Commonwealth where chaplains will work with the department and be called out to crime scenes and significant events to offer services to officers, victims, and members of the community.

Cambridge Police617-349-3300

Prescription Drop Box and Sharps Collection

Through a partnership with the Cambridge Public Health Department and the Cambridge Prevention Coalition, the Cambridge Police Department is an approved controlled substance collection site for residents of the City of Cambridge.

Cambridge Police617-349-3300

Register as a Sex Offender

If you are a sex offender in Massachusetts, you must register with the state sex offender registry every year. Depending on your level, you will need to either mail your registration information to the registry board, or come into your local police department and update it.

Cambridge Police617-349-3300

Register my bicycle

The Cambridge Police Department is no longer offering bicycle registrations. If you previously registered your bike with CPD, it will remain on file. However, bicyclists are encouraged to register their bikes with the National Bike Registry. You can register your bike HERE.

Cambridge Police617-349-3300

Residential Security Assessment

A home security assessment is essential to identifying weaknesses in your physical security that might provide an easy opportunity for a crime to occur.

Cambridge Police617-349-3300

Safety Net Collaborative

The mission of Safety Net is to foster positive youth development, promote mental health, support safe school and community environments, and limit youth involvement in the juvenile justice system through coordinated prevention, intervention, and diversion services for Cambridge youth and families.

Cambridge Police617-349-3300

Securing housing but have a criminal record

Through the Cambridge Second Chance Program, members of the Cambridge Police Department’s Clinical Support Unit work with eligible residents and various partners through the Cambridge Community Court to seal their statutorily-eligible CORI (criminal offender record information) in order to help support long-term, unhoused residents who have not been able to secure housing due to their criminal records.

Cambridge Police617-349-3300

Self-Defense Training

To allow women in Cambridge to gain the tools necessary to protect themselves, the Cambridge Police Department currently offers a self-defense training course for women ages 16 and older, who live or work in the City of Cambridge.

Cambridge Police617-349-3300

Senior Citizen Outreach

As part of the Social Justice Group, the Cambridge Police Department also has one officer assigned to senior outreach

Cambridge Police617-349-3300

Towed Vehicle Lookup

You may look up a recently towed vehicle by searching our online database.

Cambridge Police617-349-3300
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