Bourne Police Department

  • Agency: Bourne Police Department
  • Address: 175 Main St, Buzzards Bay, 02532 MA
  • Chief: Dennis Woodside (Chief of Police)
Phone: 508-759-4453
Fax: 508-759-4454

Bourne Police Department is located at 175 Main St, Buzzards Bay, 02532 MA. The Chief of Police of the department is Dennis Woodside. The Bourne Police Department phone number is 508-759-4453.

Bourne Police Department News

Please be careful and watch for little ghouls and goblins that may be out and about tonight.

We are pleased to announce the promotion of Jonathan MacDougall to the rank of Lieutenant. The promotion became official during a ceremony at Bourne Town Hall earlier today. Lieutenant MacDougall started with the department in 2006, was promoted to the rank of Sergeant in 2013, and was assigned as a Detective Sergeant in 2015. We know Lieutenant MacDougall will be successful in this new assignment and congratulate him on the hard work he has put in to earn this promotion.

Please join us in wishing Sgt. Kim Young a happy retirement. Today officially marked Sgt. Young's last day with the Bourne Police Department after protecting the Town of Bourne since 1989. Thank-you for your dedication, sacrifice, and service.

The weather system that produced the earlier Tornado Warning has now passed our town and the alert is now expired for area.

WEATHER ALERT EXPIRED.... TORNADO WARNING - Extended until 10:45AM...TAKE COVER NOW PER NWS! Storm capable of producing a Tornado expected in Bourne area around 10:15AM. The National Weather Service in Boston/Norton has issued a Tornado Warning for Southwestern Barnstable County in southeastern Massachusetts Until 1015 AM EDT. At 934 AM EDT, a severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado was located near Gosnold, or near Aquinnah, moving northeast at 40 mph. HAZARD...Tornado and quarter size hail. SOURCE...Radar indicated rotation. IMPACT...Flying debris will be dangerous to those caught without shelter. Mobile homes will be damaged or destroyed. Damage to roofs, windows, and vehicles will occur. Tree damage is likely. * This dangerous storm will be near... Tisbury and West Tisbury around 945 AM EDT. Falmouth around 1000 AM EDT. Mashpee around 1010 AM EDT. Barnstable, Sandwich and Bourne around 1015 AM EDT. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... TAKE COVER NOW! Move to a basement or an interior room on the lowest floor of a sturdy building. Avoid windows. If you are outdoors, in a mobile home, or in a vehicle, move to the closest substantial shelter and protect yourself from flying debris. && TORNADO...RADAR INDICATED HAIL...1.00IN

Nor’Easter...

If you have expired or otherwise unneeded prescription drugs, bring them to the Bourne PD located at 175 Main St, Buzzards Bay, today between 10:00 AM and 2:00 PM for National Drug Takeback Day. We will collect and safely destroy these items for you.

A Nor’easter will be impacting our fair village tomorrow. Rain is expected to start in the area early Saturday morning and continue through early Sunday morning. We should expect 2-4” of rain, which could be very heavy at times. Wind gusts could reach 60MPH. Coastal flooding and power outages are possible. If driving, be aware that pooling of water on the roads is very possible and visibility will be reduced during heavy rains. Slow down and allow greater stopping distances. Assume any downed utility lines are live wires and call your utility company. If a downed wire or tree is a hazard, dial 9-1-1.

Watch out for ghouls and goblins in the area of the Bourne Community Building on Main St tonight from 5:30-6:30 PM. The Bourne Recreation Department will be hosting its annual Trunk or Treat. All are invited!!!

By popular demand, here is a link to the live cam for the construction of the new Canal B&B! https://youtu.be/G5wyx06O0ZI

This is the last time we let Minion Mel paint the undercover van....But we will give him 5 points for creativity...

The National Weather Service has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for our area until 6PM TORNADO...POSSIBLE...HAIL..0.75IN...WIND...60MPH HAZARD...60 mph wind gusts and penny size hail. IMPACT...Expect damage to trees and power lines.

It’s great to see construction on the new Cape Cod Canal personal transport tubes underway. These will most assuredly be a fun and fast way of crossing the canal during next summer’s peak traffic season.

The only thing Minion Mel like more than donuts is cookies. Thank you soooo much to the folks from Cookies for a Cop! Your support is very much appreciated. Your care packages even included a Kong for K9 Dutch!!!!

TRAFFIC ALERT: For those traveling in the Buzzards Bay Area Monday thru Thursday this week, be prepared for some delays. Crews will be paving the Route 6/28 Bypass 7A-5P. This will result in lane closures. Please plan accordingly for your commute, be mindful of any lane changes, and reduce your speed.

Question of the Day: If you just leave your hazard lights on at all times does that prevent you from being stopped for failing to use your directional?!?!?!

Praying for the swift recovery of the Massachusetts State Police Trooper that was stabbed multiple times yesterday during multi-agency / state vehicle pursuit. Be strong my brother....we have your watch until you can recover and continue your patrol! http://www.mspnews.org/2018/10/updated-trooper-stabbed-attempting-to-apprehend-suspect/

Doesn’t matter where you are on the Cape or the time of year...it’s always Paradise!!!! Comment with where on the Cape Minion Mel snapped this gem today...

It’s great to see the foundation coming along for the new Canal B&B!!!

This could have ended so differently. Thankfully this officer was able to process everything that was going on and make it so these kids were able to go home. Parents, please talk to your kids about how playing with these realistic looking “toys” can have seriously grave consequences!!! #WeCare https://www.cbsnews.com/news/columbus-ohio-cop-confronts-two-black-boys-carrying-realistic-looking-bb-gun/

PRESS RELEASE FROM MV CRASH INTO POST OFFICE LOCATION: 220 Main Street Buzzards Bay, MA DATE/TIME: 10/15/2018 1240 hours The Bourne Police Department received a 911 call reporting a motor vehicle crash into the Post Office building on Main Street. The first officers on scene reported the vehicle was halfway inside the building in the lobby/counter area. Officers determined the 79 year old Bourne man had accelerated out of control while pulling into a parking space in front of the building. The vehicle, a 2005 Toyota Camry convertible, had jumped the sidewalk curb in front of the building traveling through the front wall into the lobby. No customers were inside the lobby at the time of the crash, and Post Officer workers were safe behind the counter. The operator was evaluated by paramedics at the scene and released without injury. He will be charged with operating to endanger and an Immediate Threat has been filed with the RMV.

BPD and BFD on scene of Car VS Post Office...thankfully no injuries.

We should have known what to expect when Minion Mel offered to fill in for the Forensic Artist and then told us he was out of paper....

The Bourne Police Department would like to congratulate the Honorable Dianne Calderwood, resident of Sagamore Beach, on her installation today as Postmaster of the Sagamore Beach, MA Post Office. It makes the community proud when a local resident can be so successful and dedicated to public service. At her installation ceremony today, Postmaster Calderwood presented Lt. Brandon Esip and Fire Chief Norman Sylvester Jr with the “Honoring First Responders” stamp, which was unveiled earlier this year.

Congrats to the BFD. Final score 12-11. See you next year!!!! Thx to Buzzard Bay Men’s Softball League for set long up the field!