Framingham Police Department

  • Agency: Framingham Police Department
  • Address: 1 William H. Welch Way, Framingham, 01702 MA
  • Chief: Steven B Carl (Chief of Police)
Phone: (508) 872-1212
Fax: 508-872-3409

Framingham Police Department is located at 1 William H. Welch Way, Framingham, 01702 MA. The Chief of Police of the department is Steven B Carl. The Framingham Police Department phone number is (508) 872-1212.

Framingham Police Department News

Winter is not over yet, remember after you clear the snow from your car windows, Clean off the roof. #SnowFoul#ClearTheSnowBeforeYouGo

WE NEED YOUR HELP! Framingham Veterans Services is looking for Gold Star Family members of the following WWI veterans to apply for the Massachusetts Medal of Liberty on their behalf: Private Charles A. Bellows – U.S. Army Private David R. Buck – U.S. Army Corporal James J. McGrath – U.S. Army (The McGrath Square in Saxonville is named in his honor) Private Rocco Piso – U.S. Army Massachusetts General Law Chapter 33, Section 67A there shall be Medal of Liberty which shall be awarded to the next kin of service men and women from the Commonwealth killed in action or died as a result of wounds received in action. Please help us honor these heroes for their service and ultimate sacrifice. If you are a relative of these soldiers or know any relatives of these service members, please contact the Framingham Veterans Services Office at or call us at 508-532-5515.

On April 7th,2018, Hockey players from The Framingham Fire and Framingham Police Departments are lacing up their skates for a cause that is close to their hearts, The Why Not Devin Foundation to defeat DIPG. This year's 9th annual Police/Fire Charity Game will be played to Benefit and honor the legacy of a 6-year-old Framingham resident, Devin Suau who lost his battle against DIPG. Both teams will then take the ice once again a few weeks later, on April 20th, 21st, 22nd 2018, to play in the 2nd annual Heroes Cup Hockey Tournament with all proceeds they raise going to The Why Not Devin Foundation to Defeat DIPG, which has been created by Devin’s Family.

A snow emergency parking ban on all arterial roads will go into effect today, Wednesday, March 7th starting at 6pm until Thursday, March 8th at 12pm. Arterial roads are designated with posted red and white signs. This parking ban is in addition to the City wide year round odd/even parking restriction on all streets. Residents are encouraged to seek off street parking and not interfere with snow clearing operations. Any vehicle obstructing snow clearing operations will be towed regardless of the road. Trash and recycling collection will remain on schedule for the time being

It's National Cereal day! Time to get your bowl on!

Snow is in the Forecast for the area, starting tomorrow. Plan Accordingly!

Mayor Yvonne M. Spicer and the Framingham Veteran’s Services Department are pleased to announce that the City of Framingham will host a Flag Day Parade on June 10, 2018. “I am pleased that we are reinstituting the Flag Day parade in the City of Framingham honoring the men and women that are serving our nation in the armed forces and honoring our veterans that have served our nation; and also for their families, who too have sacrificed for our freedom,” said Mayor Yvonne M. Spicer. Flag Day commemorates the adoption of the flag of the United States, which happened on June 14, 1777 by resolution of the Second Continental Congress. Flag Day was officially established by President Woodrow Wilson on May 30, 1916. On August 3, 1949 President Harry S. Truman signed an Act of Congress designating June 14th of each year as National Flag Day. Please save the date for Flag Day and if you would like to take part in the parade as a volunteer or a sponsor please email or contact the Veteran Services Office at 508-532-5515. [Graphic design with red, white and blue pillars and stars that reads, "The City of Framingham is excited to host a Flag Day parade, June 10, 2018."]

Maple street is closed between main and Franklin. Pole down Update: road still closed, expected to be clear after 4:00am

Watch out for falling tree limbs, wires and trash receptacles. America Street today

Parents Helping Parents Support Group Meetings, Thursday Nights 6:30 pm at the Family Resource Center 88 Lincoln Street

Happy March 1st. Looking to be a spring full of surprises. Sun shining and 50's today, and rain or snow tomorrow.

Reminder -Chief Ferguson and the Framingham Police Department will be hosting a 2-day Citizen Police Academy, on March 10 and 17th. You must be able to attend both days of this program, as there will be hands on scenarios on day 2! The students will receive training in various areas, including Traffic Safety, Motor Vehicle Stops, Crime scenes, Community Policing, Hiring, Jail Diversion and more ! Please go to the website: www.FraminghamMa.Gov/citizenspoliceacademy to download, complete and email the application to: pg@FraminghamMa.Gov Applications are also available at the Police Department lobby. [Image of the Framingham Police Department Seal and the Police department official building in the background]

This weekend another gun was taken off the street during a traffic stop and arrest for operating under the influence.

Happy Monday, enjoy your week!

Sharing from Ashland MA Missing dog, last seen near CVS

There were several car break-ins last Thursday 2/22/18 during the overnight, in the area of Cedar, Mellen and Cove streets. If you have any information please contact us at 508-872-1212. [pic of white car with broken passenger window]

These pictures were taken on 2/14 at Tedeschi Food shop 430 Waverely st. If you recognize this person call Det. Godinho at Sherborn Police 508-653-2424

Sgt Riley and Housing Liaison Officer Pisano speaking with residents at the Shillman House on different Scams targeting Seniors.

At 9:40am during a traffic stop, on Bishop Street, officers seized this firearm from the vehicle. The case is under investigation.