Waltham Police Department

  • Agency: Waltham Police Department
  • Address: 155 Lexington St, Waltham, 02452 MA
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: (781) 893-3700
Fax: (781) 314-3506
Email:

Waltham Police Department is located at 155 Lexington St, Waltham, 02452 MA. The Waltham Police Department phone number is (781) 893-3700.

Waltham Police Department News

Only one day left. If you a friend or a family member struggles with substance abuse representatives from local treatment providers and support agencies will be available to assist you. See the flyer for more information.

Waltham residents: Support your community. Get out and vote in the City of Waltham Municipal Election.

The latest episode of WPD and WCAC-TVs production of “True Blue”... http://vp.telvue.com/preview?id=T04365&video=323175

The Waltham Health Department will be hosting a "Drop In Resource Night" for substance abuse recovery on Thursday November 9th from 5:00 PM-9:00 PM at the Government Center, 119 School Street.

Please see this link to get great tips for a safe and fun Halloween. http://bit.ly/2iiWeRu Also, if you're in the neighborhood feel free to stop by the station for a treat!

Great Job Waltham Animal Control and Waltham Fire Dept. Saving this dog today. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1423094871143065&id=234447676674463

TRAFFIC ALERT - Starting tomorrow, 10/18, sewer replacement work will continue cutting through the Beaver/Lyman rotary from the Lyman Street side. Expect detours and delays for 3-4 days between 9 AM and 4 PM.

If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, consider coming to the Drop In Resource Night. Local service providers and agencies will be available for advice and assistance toward recovery. Thursday November 9, 5-9pm at the Government Center Building, 119 School Street.

Here’s a positive article about our recent Coffee With A Cop event. Hope to see you at our next event in December. ‪

Please take a moment to read this post from Waltham Animal Control.

Great photo of Officer Ann Frassica giving out helmets to school kids on the Common for Waltham Day. Thanks to https://www.bwglaw.com/ for supplying the helmets for the kids.

Waltham Bear sighting: Waltham Animal Control and Police have not been able to personally confirm this sighting. The report we have is that two black bears were observed in the Fernald Property. No official report was made to the Waltham Police or Animal Control. This info was received via third party report. If a bear is observed in Waltham do not approach and please contact The Waltham Police at 781-893-3700. Do not leave voice mail on Animal Control main number.

If anyone needs a car seat checked or installed this weekend. Our officers who are certified Child Passenger Safety Seat Technicians will be installing car seats in the rear of the police station at 155 Lexington Street. They will be there between 11am and 1pm this Sunday October 8th.

‪14 year old Niwdeika Diaz located unharmed moments ago in the area of River Street. Thanks for your concern and assistance. ‬

14 yr old Niwdeika Diaz located in area of River st unharmed.

MISSING JUVENILE: Niwdeika Diaz was last seen on 10/6 at approximately 10:30pm in the area of Jackson St & Central St. Niwdeika is a Hispanic female, 14 years old, brown eyes, brown hair, 5'6", 120lbs. She was last seen wearing a black t-shirt with white sleeves, blue jeans, and black sneakers. The photo attached was taken earlier the same day. She wandered away from the area alone. Niwdeika has Asperger Syndrome and will likely run if confronted. Anyone with any information or possible sightings, please contact the Waltham Police at 781-314-3608.

Waltham Police would like to thank Mayor McCarthy, Superintendent Echelson, The Waltham School Committee, and The Waltham Public Schools for sending us lunch from Pizzi Farm.

An arrest has been made in connection to local bomb threats.

ATTENTION REGARDING MOTOR VEHICLE BREAKS: There has been a string of motor vehicle breaks and larcenies in the neighborhoods off Trapelo Road from the Belmont line to Lexington Street. In the vast majority of these crimes the vehicles were unlocked. The Waltham Police Department would like to remind residents that preventing many burglaries and motor vehicle breaks can be as easy as locking up. Criminals often look for “soft” targets – ones that are unlocked. Whether it is a home, automobile, boat or other structure, the majority of these crimes are perpetrated against targets that are unsecured. If you see any suspicious persons or vehicles please contact the police immediately by calling 911.

Coffee With A Cop was a great success. We’d like to thank all our friends, young and old alike, who came by to chat. Thanks to Mike at Dunkin Donuts for hosting us, and we look forward to seeing you at our next event!

ID NEEDED - Suspect from Bank Robbery today at Rockland Trust, 75 Moody St. Suspect is a male, average build, medium height wearing sunglasses and hat. The hat pictured here is possibly the one he is wearing in robbery. The suspect passed a note threatening a firearm and fled South on Moody Street on foot. If you have any information please do not try to apprehend or approach. You can contact: WPD Detectives 781-314-3550; anonymous tip line 781-314-3636; email to tip@police.waltham.ma.us or contact us on Facebook.

Just a reminder that tomorrow, Wednesday October 4, is National Coffee With A Cop Day. Join the Waltham Police Department at the Dunkin Donuts at 130 Lexington Street from 1-4pm. We’ll have coffee and donuts, stuff for the kids, and plenty of conversation about the community and policing in Waltham. We look forward to seeing you there and special thanks to our host at Dunkin Donuts, Mike Djevalikian.

Thanks to the Northeast Families for stopping by the station with some snacks and goodies. They wanted to show us that they’ve got our backs! And we’ve got theirs...and all of yours too! Thanks!

Waltham Police would like to thank the Embassy Suites Hotels in Waltham for their generous donation of stuffed animals. Our officers have many Interactions with children and a little thing like a teddy bear can mean a lot in a tough situation.

This is a good public service announcement from from our friends at the Haverhill Police Dept. please read and share with friends and family it could save a life.