Hudson Police Department

  • Agency: Hudson Police Department
  • Address: 62 Packard St, Hudson, 01749 MA
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: 978-562-7122
Fax: 978-568-9660

Hudson Police Department is located at 62 Packard St, Hudson, 01749 MA. The Hudson Police Department phone number is 978-562-7122.

Hudson Police Department News

From all of our HPD family to all of yours, enjoy a safe and happy holiday season! ๐ŸŽ„๐ŸŽ ๐ŸŽ…

Today our good friend Ben and his dad Jeff stopped by our new police headquarters to say hello and bring some holiday cheer. Ben wanted to share a note with us and drop off some holiday treats. Thank you Ben for your generosity and sharing your holiday spirit with us! We hope you and your family enjoy a very Merry and safe holiday too! Shown from left to right are some of the day tour A squad, Ofc.โ€™s Barese, Mace, Laflamme, Sgt. Perry and Ofc. Lambert. ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐ŸŽ„

Take a look at this video and be careful.

The Hudson Fire Hockey Team is comprised of Hudson Fire, Police and Paramedics. They will be participating in the BFit Heroโ€™s cup in April 2018. Together they are playing for the Massachusetts Iraq and Afghanistan Fallen Heroโ€™s Memorial Fund. Help donate to a great cause and be there in April at the New England Sports Center to cheer them on. Hero's Cup Hockey inc.

Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy a safe holiday with family and friends. And thank you to our first responders who are working hard today keeping our community safe. ๐Ÿš“๐Ÿš’๐Ÿš‘

On Saturday December 2nd and 9th, the Hudson Police Department in conjunction with the Assabet Valley R.O.T.C program under the leadership of Sgt.Major Linch will be holding a toy collection drive at Walmart between the hours on 10am-3pm on both days. Please come and fill our pickup truck and trailer for a great cause.

Chief Burks was one of the 182 Chiefs to take the pledge. The Chief is committed to working towards meeting the pledge and insuring all citizens who interact with the Hudson Police receive the best treatment from the men and women of the Hudson Police Department.

Reminder that the winter all night parking ban takes effect on November 15. All parking will be prohibited on any town street between the hours of 12:00am and 7:00am from November 15 to April 1.

Hard to believe itโ€™s that time of year again! HPD headquarters at 911 Municipal Drive is an official Toys For Tots drop off location.๐ŸŽ„

Happy Halloween ๐ŸŽƒ! Please drive safely and watch for children ๐Ÿ‘€.

Downtown trick or treat is this afternoon from 4pm to 6pm. Main Street will be closed between Felton Street and Broad Street. Detours will be in place. Please have vehicles removed from this area before the event begins. Trick or treat! ๐Ÿคก

Dr. Ruth Potee will be presenting on the adolescent brain and the physiology of addiction at the Marlborough High School on Oct. 19, 2017. Tickets are free. Please see the attached flyer.

For the month of October, Officers have traded their silver handcuffs and are using pink handcuffs to raise awareness for Breast Cancer. All Officers using the pink handcuffs have made a donation to the National Breast Cancer Fund. #BCA #BreastCancer #BreastCancerAwareness

We will never forget those who were lost.

Please join us Monday September 11, 2017 at 11:00am for a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house. Ribbon cutting will be at 11:00am and station tours will be from 11:30-2:00pm Appetizera and cake will be served. We look forward to seeing you!

Welcome back! Please drive safe and have a great first day!

Today Detective Veo, Officer Hayden, and Berlin PD Officer Tim Andre participated at the Hudson Hudson-Concord Elks Balloons & Blues Festival with a static display of the CEMLEC SWAT BearCat.

Last night there was a fatal crash at the intersection of Chestnut St. and Main St. The Hudson Police Department is looking for anyone that may have been traveling on Main Street in the Gospel hill area at approximately 9:19 pm and may have witnessed the crash or the vehicles operating prior to the crash. If you have any information please contact Sgt. Chris Shea at 978-562-7122 X216.

Important information regarding the Washington Street bridge project for this coming week

Sgt. Chad Perry helped this fella today get across the street and home safely! Nice job!๐Ÿ‘ฎ๐Ÿข๐Ÿ‘

Congratulations to all the 2017 Hudson Police Youth Academy Cadets. Session 1 June 26-30 Grace Breton Keegan Cabral Kailey Chaves Tanner Cutler Charley Diaz Davi Dos Santos Emanuelle Fernandes Walter Foley Elyse Frechette Zachary Gogan Samella Goncalves William Jackson Zachary Jalbert Miranda Luz Grayson MacDonald Logan Mason Alexander McCullough Gianna McIntyre Bryana Miranda Isabella Morais Ty Mullahy Brendan O'Brien Maria Pedrosa Daniel Reagan Jaelon Resendes Eduardo Rodriguez Gabriela tavares Brayden Thomason Gracyn Thomason Nolan Tomczyk Nolan Westberg Session 2 July 17-21 Wyatt Allaby Connor Allen Jeremiah Anderson Krista Avila Ethan Bushey Eva Clardy Keegan Concannon Calyb Dennis Meghan Hache Joseph Clifford Maysa Lembo Regina Leroy Benjamin Lopes Madison Mozdiez Alicia Ouellette Max Person Brett Peterson Luigi Reitano Fernando Rivera Kayley Shea Jackson Stuhr Aiden Vaillancourt Liam Weagle Nicholas Benoit Brian Scott Daniel Foster Riley Shutt Samantha Santana Connor Madden

****. MR. MOTT HAS BEEN LOCATED, THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR ASSISTANCE. **** Hudson Police Department is attempting to locate Mr. Mott. Mr. Mott is the subject of a well being check only at this time. Mr. Mott frequents the railtrail and often walks it from Hudson to Marlboro. Mr. Mott was last seen in the area of Central Street at approximately 07:00 hrs today. If anyone has seen Mr. Mott or knows of his whereabouts please contact Officer Joseph Kerrigan at 978-562-7122 or Sgt. Christopher Shea at 978-568-9662

Hudson Police Summer Youth Academy Session 2 about to begin.