Steven M. Sargent, Chief
On June 15, 2019 at approximately 8:45 PM the Worcester Police Crash Reconstruction Team was activated after receiving a report of a pedestrian struck by a vehicle in the vicinity of 987 Main Street. A 71 year-old female from Worcester was rushed to a local hospital to be treated for serious injuries to her head and leg.
Posted: Monday 06/17/19
On Wednesday, June 12th, 2019 at about 6:45 AM, a sixteen-year-old female was crossing Burncoat Street at the intersection of Burncoat and Melrose St. She was in the crosswalk when she was struck by a black sedan traveling east toward Melrose St. The black sedan did not stop after striking the female. Responding officers and paramedics stopped traffic and treated the female medically. She was brought to the hospital and the Crash Reconstruction Unit was called to investigate.
Posted: Wednesday 06/12/19
The Worcester Police Department arrested seven individuals on various narcotics and firearms charges as a result of a year-long joint investigation. As part of this operation, six Worcester men were also charged in federal court with various narcotics, firearms and conspiracy offenses.
Posted: Thursday 06/06/19
When: Thursday 06/20/19 5:30 PM
Where: Lincoln Village, 52 Country Club Boulevard
When: Thursday 06/20/19 7:00 PM
Where: KIVA Center, 209 Shrewsbury Street
When: Monday 06/24/19 6:30 PM
Where: Saint Bernard's Church, 228 Lincoln Street
When: Monday 06/24/19 7:00 PM
Where: Stop and Shop (Lincoln Plaza), 545 Lincoln Street
First Night of WPD Summer Impact Program The Summer Impact Program allows the department to maximize resources by adding additional officers during peak hours of crime activity. The program combines community policing strategies and proactive enforcement. #communitypolicing https://t.co/oKfwZqNsOa
Crash Reconstruction Team Investigates Pedestrian Accident on Main Street https://t.co/51kvShPliu
WPD Crash Reconstruction Unit Investigates Hit and Run with Teenage Victim https://t.co/PG6iNa2yrR
Please visit the MA Public Safety Website to locate your nearest Child Safety Seat Inspection Site.
Permits and the appropriate forms are issued by the Detail Office. There is a $5 fee for all permits (except Work Permits, which are $10) and the fee must be paid at the Record's window prior to issuance. The Record's window is open Tuesday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Please call 508-799-1853.
Choose a tow company of your choice. Call the WPD to report the tow at 508-799-8626. Please provide the plate number, VIN number, make, model and color of your vehicle, as well as the tow company who took the vehicle.
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The currently scheduled Citizens' Academy is full. Future dates will be announced as they become available. The Citizens' Academy is a group of Worcester citizens who are interested in learning more about how their police department operates and the policing challenges our city faces. Participants in each session commit to meeting for three hours one night per week, for ten weeks, to learn about each aspect of the department.
None scheduled at this time. However, at no time do the Worcester Police auction marked/unmarked cruisers, seized vehicles or motorcycles.
Speeding ticket payments are handled through the Registry of Motor Vehicles, NOT the Worcester Police Department.
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Please call the WIN office number at 508-799-8610.
Sergeant Kerry Hazelhurst is the WPD Public Information Officer. Questions can be directed to 508-799-8611.
Citizens can now gain access to neighborhood-level crime incident data in near real time through our online partner, CrimeReports.com.