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  • Daily Log for 12.07.2023

    An overview of the Cambridge Police Department's daily calls for service.
  • Director's Update, December 10, 2023

    Amanda Peters, Isha Kriya Yoga, One-On-One Tech Help, Wellness for Seniors, and Much More!
  • Daily Log for 12.06.2023

    An overview of the Cambridge Police Department's daily calls for service.
  • O’Connell Branch closed early on Thursday, Dec. 7

    O’Connell Branch closed early on Thursday, Dec. 7
  • Daily Log for 12.05.2023

    An overview of the Cambridge Police Department's daily calls for service.
  • Snow Removal Resources for Seniors and People with Disabilities

    The Cambridge Council on Aging offers resources to Cambridge seniors (adults over the age of 60) and people with disabilities who need assistance shoveling.
  • Daily Log for 12.04.2023

    An overview of the Cambridge Police Department's daily calls for service.
  • Dive Rescue Training

    Skills are Practiced & Reviewed in Hands-On Drills
  • GIS Data Download Updates

    We've made updates to 7 layers in our GIS Data Dictionary.
  • Cambridge Police Remind Residents of Resources to Combat and Prevent Hate Crimes

    The Cambridge Police Department continues to closely monitor the ongoing Israel/Hamas conflict overseas including the cease-fire negotiations underway now. In our initial alert last month, we relayed how we have been working with our state and federal partners. Currently, there continue to be no specific or credible threats in our area. In recent weeks, CPD has received reports of hate crime incidents. We are committed to safeguarding the state and federal civil rights of all individuals irrespective of their race, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, or gender, and to aggressively investigating any reported acts or threats of violence, property damage, harassment, intimidation, or other crimes that appear motivated by bias against or hatred of a particular group. If you believe you, your business or organization has been the victim of a hate crime in Cambridge, please contact the Cambridge Police Department. The Cambridge Police will fully investigate, document, and respond to all allegations of bias or hate-motivated crime. We recognize this is a time of grief, uncertainty, and increased tension. If you feel physically threatened, including online harassment or intimidation, please contact Cambridge Police at 617-349-3300. For emergencies, please call 911 immediately. Please find additional information on our website.
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