Cambridge Police Department to Conduct Public Safety Training Exercise on October 21st

The Cambridge Police Department will be conducting a public safety training exercise, which will include controlled testing of gunshots, on Saturday, October 21 between 10-11 a.m. in the Wellington-Harrington neighborhood. There is no danger to the public and we urge residents not to be alarmed. 

Cambridge Police will be onsite at the training, which will be in the vicinity of Windsor Street and Evereteze Way and restricted to the general public. The training is expected to be completed within an hour.

If residents have any questions, please contact the Cambridge Police Department at 617-349-3237 or You can also visit, follow the Cambridge Police on Twitter or like the Cambridge Police on Facebook.  


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 more information, follow @CambridgePolice on Twitter, or access the department’s Facebook page at

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