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In providing the citizens of the City of Worcester a safer community, the dedication and commitment of the men and women of the Worcester Police Department is unmatched. It is our mission to promote the highest level of public safety and quality of life, through exceptional police services to city residents, businesses and visitors. Aiding in this effort, the WPD is enhancing its use of social media and integrating Web 2.0 tools in order to connect and communicate directly with the public. By reaching out in these new ways, the department can interact with a large and diverse audience. View WPD's Social Media!

To report an ongoing incident, Dial 911 if an emergency or call the non-emergency Line at (508) 799-8600. Emails are checked periodically; please do not use email to report an ongoing incident.

Press Releases

Officers on Routine Patrol Arrest Three Teens for Gun Possession - On Wednesday, August 26, 2015 at approximately 5:40 PM, two Worcester police officers assigned to the Operations Division were on routine patrol operating a marked police cruiser. Full story...

Man Arrested for Robbing Honey Farms - On Tuesday, August 25, 2015 at approximately 10:15 PM Worcester police were called to the Honey Farms located at 98 Millbury Street for a report of an unarmed robbery. According to the clerk a male walked into the store demanding all the money from the cash register Full story...

Vice Squad Seize Semi-Automatic Pistol and Cocaine from Apartment on Fairbanks Street - On Monday, August 24, 2015 at approximately 2:15 PM members of the Vice Squad observed a Honda minivan stop on Seymour Street where another vehicle pulled up beside it. Officers observed the drivers of each vehicle conduct a drug exchange. Full story...

Police Seize Gun from Vehicle Three Teens Arrested on Firearms Charges - As the result of an investigation, Gang Unit officers stopped a vehicle near the McDonalds located at 995 Main Street. The vehicle was occupied by 18-year-old Justin Hammond of Worcester, 18-year-old Jeremiah Perez of Worcester, and 18-year-old Terrance Kenol of Worcester. Full story...

18 Year Old Shot During Theft of Dirt Bike - On Saturday, August 22, 2015 at approximately 1:03 AM, Worcester Police responded to a Woodford Street address for a report of an Armed Robbery with shots fired. Full story...

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