Falmouth Police Department

  • Agency: Falmouth Police Department
  • Address: 750 Main Street, Falmouth, 02540 MA
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: 774-255-4527
Fax: 508) 457-2566

Falmouth Police Department is located at 750 Main Street, Falmouth, 02540 MA. The Falmouth Police Department phone number is 774-255-4527.

Falmouth Police Department News

Drugged Driving—What You Should Know https://www.getsmartaboutdrugs.gov/family/drugged-driving--what-you-should-know

10 Things You Can Do to Avoid Fraud (or Scammers) https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0060-10-things-you-can-do-avoid-fraud

Bicyclist Injured in Crash. A car vs. cyclist crash occurred at the intersection of Sandwich Rd. and Brick Kiln Rd. on Thursday at 6:10 pm. The cyclist sustained a broken leg, was treated at the scene by police and fire personnel, and then transported to Falmouth Hospital. The occupants of the vehicle were not hurt. The cyclist was cited for failing to stop at a red light. Traffic at the intersection was delayed in all directions for about half an hour.

Bonnie is looking for her owner. She was found on "walkabout" near J.R. Brody's Roadside Tavern along Teaticket Highway. Please give us a call at 774-255-4527 if you can help us reunite Bonnie with her owner.

Watch for Injured Coyote (Falmouth) – Wildlife officials are on the lookout for an injured coyote last seen in the area of Morse Pond off of Dillingham Avenue this afternoon. Around noontime on Wednesday, the Falmouth Marine and Environmental Services Dept. and the MA Environmental Police, with assistance from the Falmouth Police responded to Falmouth Heights for a resident's call of a coyote “acting strangely”. After making observations of the animal it was determined that the coyote appeared to be injured. Wildlife officials are urging residents to use caution and to notify the Falmouth Public Safety Communications Center if the animal is sighted at 774-255-4527.

Have you seen this van? "Police searching for suspect vehicle after break-ins across 4 towns" (including Falmouth) - Boston 25 News / Please call Falmouth Police at 774-255-4527 with any information.

The FPD is looking for info concerning a crash that occurred yesterday (11/4/18) at about 9:45 AM in front of St. Anthony's Church in East Falmouth. The crash involved a police officer who was directing traffic in front of the church. The officer was alert and is expected to be OK. If you witnessed the crash then please contact the PD at (774) 255-4527.

Scammers Threaten to Shut Off Natural Gas & Electricity of Falmouth Residents. Utility companies will not shut off services w/o prior notice, nor do they accept gift cards. If it seems suspicious, end the call, & call Eversource MA at 800-592-2000 or National Grid at 1-800-233-5325.

Aunti Em says this is not Kansas, but after recent events it is best to be prepared. Please check out the attached information sheet about tornado safety.

Fatal Crash Believed to be Caused by a Medical Event (Falmouth) Frank Rose, Jr., 82, of East Falmouth died after his car left the road and hit a tree at about 8:30 am Friday morning. A preliminary investigation revealed that the car was traveling northwest on Thomas B. Landers Road, between Geggatt Road and Turner Road, when it left the road and crashed into a tree. There is evidence that Mr. Rose may have suffered a medical event just before the crash took place. Mr. Rose was transported to the Falmouth Hospital where he was pronounced dead. There were no other occupants in the vehicle. The crash remains under investigation.

Traffic Alert – Teaticket Hwy. has one lane closed between the intersections of Maravista Ave Ext. / Homestead Ln. and Sandwich Rd. due to utility work – pole replacement from Thursday night’s crash

Update: Thomas B. Landers Road is now open. (Traffic Alert- Thomas B. Landers Road is closed, between Geggatt Rd. & Turner Rd. due to a serious crash.)

Teaticket Highway has re-opened to vehicle traffic.

Teaticket Highway Between Sandwich Rd and the Maravista (ext) traffic lights is currently closed due to a motor vehicle crash!! Please seek alternate routes

Halloween Trick or Treater Briefly Lost – Around 4 am a resident from Bay Shore Drive reported that someone was banging on their home’s door. An officer responded and located an intoxicated male party in the backyard. He had lacerations on his body from walking through the bushes as he was only wearing a fur vest, boxer briefs and high heels. The Fire Dept. was dispatched and assessed the subject for exposure to the elements and the abrasions. After warming up and calming down, the highly intoxicated male stated that he had been at a Halloween party. He was then transported back to his hotel.

The commemorative Falmouth Police “Pink” Patch ($10) & Hats ($20) can be purchased all year at the Falmouth Police Dept during business hours. Proceeds will benefit the Cape Cod Healthcare Cancer Center Services at the Clark Cancer Center & Seifer Women's Health & Imaging Center.

SEASONAL PARKING RULES (November 1, 2018- March 31, 2019) Falmouth Heights: The first thirty (30) minutes is free for all metered parking spaces located on Grand Avenue. Woods Hole: The first thirty (30) minutes is free for all metered parking spaces located on Luscombe Avenue, and select parking spaces on Water Street (between Woods Hole Road and the Candle House, #127).

Centerville Woman Embezzled over $750K - Falmouth Police, with assistance from the Mass State Police served an arrest warrant at Logan Airport in Boston for embezzlement. Amy E. Griffin, a 42-year-old female from Centerville was wanted for embezzlement of $773,487.34 from her former employer, Safe Harbor Marina located at Fiddlers Cove in North Falmouth. She was taken into custody after her flight from San Diego landed, transported to the Falmouth Police Department and booked without incident. She was later arraigned at Falmouth District Court and released wearing a GPS monitoring bracelet.

Update: Menauhant Rd is now open (Traffic Alert- Menauhant Rd is closed between Davisville Road and Acapekset Road due to a house fire.)

Falmouth Police join the Pink Patch Project. The Pink Patch Project is an innovative public awareness campaign designed to bring attention to the fight against breast cancer and to support breast cancer research organizations in combating this devastating disease. The Pink Patch Project is a collaborative effort between the Falmouth Police Department and over 150 public safety agencies across the nation. These agencies have partnered together to combat breast cancer by raising public awareness and to raise funds for breast cancer research and treatment. The program centers on pink versions of the public safety officer’s uniform patch. These pink patches have been specially designed by each participating agency specifically for the Pink Patch Project campaign. You can support the Pink Patch Project by purchasing Limited Edition Falmouth Police Pink Patches ($10) and hats with a small pink patch ($20).

Hang up on spoofed SSA calls https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/blog/2018/10/hang-spoofed-ssa-calls?utm_source=govdelivery

Teaticket School's Trunk or Treat, unfortunately it had to be moved inside due to the weather on Saturday