Please keep the Yarmouth Police Department in your thoughts and prayers. Godspeed.
Hudson Police Department is located at 62 Packard St, Hudson, 01749 MA. The Hudson Police Department phone number is 978-562-7122.
Please keep the Yarmouth Police Department in your thoughts and prayers. Godspeed.
This week is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. We would like to send a very special thanks to our dispatchers who work tirelessly every day answering the calls that come in to our emergency call center. Public safety dispatchers really are the unsung heroes of emergency safety work. We would like to recognize the commitment, dedication, and professionalism they display each and every day. Last year we moved into our new headquarters located at 911 Municipal Drive. It is a state of the art dispatch center that handles all police, fire, and EMS calls. Our call center employs nine dispatchers and a dispatch supervisor. Together they staff two call answering stations that receive and dispatch all emergency calls, all business calls, as well as any other calls for service that come in to the call center. They are the voice of the department for each call. What you probably don't know is they are also extremely busy doing other things as well. Our public safety dispatchers also take first statements over the phone, provide life-saving Emergency Medical Dispatch instructions, dispatch police and fire/ems personnel, and provide critical information to our police officers and firefighters over radio broadcasts. This is no easy task and they, at many times, are often required to do all of them at once. It is a demanding job that is often unrecognized and underappreciated. The Hudson Police and Fire Departments send our sincere thanks to them for the work they do. If you have an opportunity, take a moment to say thanks to the men and women of HPD who serve our public safety call center. Our dispatchers include Dispatch Supervisor Theresa Bryce, Disp. Peter Ryan, Disp. Jody Blanchard, Disp. Kyle Cullen, Disp. Shawn Marques, Disp. Michael Hurley, Disp. Joseph Fournier, Disp. Marcus Blanchard, Disp. Alex Sleeper, and Disp. Heather Thomason. Pictured below are veteran dispatchers Peter Ryan and Jody Blanchard. Thank you all!
The application for the 2018 Hudson Police Summer Youth Academy is now open. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf7ZXO_EjE-5QbZFHvrL_0dEe1J83DP5KJpwavkr_qIppvErw/viewform?usp=sf_link
The Hudson Police is pleased to announce the 2018 Summer Youth Academy. There will be two one week sessions. June 25-29 and July 16-20. The Youth Academy is open to Hudson residents who are CURRENTLY in grades 6,7&8. Applications will be accepted on our website starting Sunday April 1, 2018. Please visit our website for the FAQ's about the academy. www.hudsonpd.org https://spark.adobe.com/video/EhOTpXcl64GMX
Come support the Hudson Fire and Hudson Police department hockey team take on Marlborough fire department this Friday March 23rd at 7pm at the new England sports center.
In our efforts to provide more reliable communications with Residents and Businesses in the town, we have implemented SwiftReach as our Emergency Notification provider. Swift911 is simply a system that makes phone calls to specific people or areas in the event of an emergency or for sharing information. We currently have a phone number database of Hudson Residents. However, if you have not received a phone message from this system and would like to be added to our list, or, if your wish to stop receiving these calls, please fill out the form below. All the calls you receive will have the Caller ID of "Town of Hudson". http://hudsonpd.org/swiftreach.html
Please take a moment today to recognize and honor the life and sacrifice of Mass. State Trooper Tom Clardy. Rest In Peace Tom
***UPDATE #1*** Another important emergency safety statement from the Town of Hudson Emergency Management Agency regarding the March 7-8 snow storm.
Important message from the Town of Hudson Emergency Management Agency
Due to the storm we are experiencing downed trees and power lines, as well as power outages across town. Crews are out working to remove trees and restore power. Please use caution and do not approach any down wires, treat them as live. Avoid traveling if you can.
The Hudson Police are attempting to identify the following individual for an ongoing investigation. If you can offer any assistance please contact Detective John Murphy at 978-562-7122.
In celebrating Read Across America and Dr. Seuss week, we spent some time at the Joseph L. Mulready School reading Dr. Seuss, on crazy sock day! Pictured below are Chief Tom Galvin, Berlin Police Department, Chief Michael Burks, Captain Richard DiPersio, Sgt. Chris Shea, Detective Chad Crogan and Detective Shamus Veo. Thanks for the fun morning! #DrSeuss #Readacrossamerica #community #Townofhudson #Hudson
Our friend Dakota stopped by for a visit today. Dakota is 8 years old and she loves police! She has set a goal to visit all 351 city and town police departments in the Commonwealth. We were #77!! Dakota started her day by grabbing her gear out of her locker. She then made sure our motor unit was polished and ready for patrol. She had to make a brief stop in her office and return some calls (it’s tough being the boss!). Dakota ended her day with some scenario based training in our training room. Pictured with Dakota are Ofc. Laflamme, Det. Murphy, Sgt. Perry, and Capt. DiPersio. Thanks Dakota for visiting us, you made our day!! 👮♀️
*****TRAFFIC DETOUR ALERT***** The City of Marlborough is performing a repair to a culvert on Bolton Street in Marlborough just prior to the intersection of Blaiswood Avenue. As a result, Bolton Street, between Reservoir Street in Marlborough and Technology Drive in Hudson, will be closed to all traffic on Monday, Feb. 19, 2018 between the hours of 7am and 11am. Police details and traffic detours will be in place. Access to all businesses and residences in the area via Washington Street in Hudson will not be affected. Any questions regarding the project should be directed to the City of Marlborough Engineering Dept. @ 508-624-6910.
HPD recovered a ring on 1/30/18 that was found at the transfer station on Cox Street. If you have lost a ring and think this may belong to you, please contact our Property/Evidence Officer Sgt. Perry at 978-562-7122.
Today, Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan spoke to more than 60 cosmetology and health assisting students, faculty and school administrators at Assabet Regional Technical High School in Marlborough as part of the Cut It Out Middlesex program.
Chief Burks is excited the program is finally operating after more than two years of hard work amongst Dr. Sarah Abbott of Advocates, Chief Scott Nix of the Sudbury Police and himself. The Chief remains committed to provide the best services possible for the community and sees the Jail Diversion Program as another step in his commitment.
From all of our HPD family to all of yours, enjoy a safe and happy holiday season! 🎄🎁 🎅
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.’s Barese, Mace, Laflamme, Sgt. Perry and Ofc. Lambert. 😀 🎄
Take a look at this video and be careful. https://www.nbcnews.com/nightly-news/video/how-scammers-are-using-familiar-phone-numbers-to-steal-information-1103219267761
The Hudson Fire Hockey Team is comprised of Hudson Fire, Police and Paramedics. They will be participating in the BFit Hero’s cup in April 2018. Together they are playing for the Massachusetts Iraq and Afghanistan Fallen Hero’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. crowdrise.com/hudson-fire-for-mass-fallen-heros/fundraiser/hudsonfirehockey
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. 🚓🚒🚑
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.