Massachusetts Institute of Technology Police Department

  • Agency: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Police Department
  • Address: 301 Vassar St, Building W89, Cambridge, 02139 MA
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Phone: (617) 253-2996
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology Police Department is located at 301 Vassar St, Building W89, Cambridge, 02139 MA. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology Police Department phone number is (617) 253-2996.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology Police Department News

Congratulations to Captain Cheryl Vossmer, retiring after 34 years of service. Signing off on the radio for the last time. Thank you for your service Captain Vossmer!

MIT Police has joined the Pink Patch Project in the fight against cancer. We have partnered with #TeamCollierStrongJimmyFundWalk as our recipient of all MITPD Pink Patches sold. To get yours please send a money order or check, made payable to: MIT Police, for $10 per patch, you must include a self addressed stamped envelope. Mail to: Officer D. Sacco, MIT Police, 301 Vassar St., Cambridge, MA 02139

Not to be missed! Coffee with a Cop -- Wednesday, October 3rd! Join us for coffee and conversation tomorrow from 8AM-9:30AM at the Lobby 7 Café.

MIT Pink Patch Project begins tomorrow, October 1 as we join the fight against cancer. We will have partnered with #TeamCollierStrongJimmyFundWalk as our recipient of all MITPD Pink Patches sold. They are $10 each and will provide more information tomorrow!

Thank you Sgt. Glowka and Saving A Hero’s Place. If you’re anywhere near San Antonio on October 6 check out the SHP Cornhole Tournament, or if you’re like Sgt. Glowka fly from Boston to be there!

AL East Champs Boston Red Sox’s!

TBT: MIT Sgt. Doyle (Ret.) and Sgt. Roberts (Ret.) trend setters of community policing, around 1980.

A fun day was had by friends of MIT Officer Sean Collier and Weymouth PD Sgt. Michael Chesna as they climbed to the top of Mount Washington. A beautiful day to remember, reflect and have fun. Thanks to everyone who joined us.

Thanks to all the first responders helping in the Merrimack Valley situation, and those assisting with Hurricane Florence.

Join the Collier Climb to the Top. Saturday, Sept. 15 Contact Billy Boulter for details harbor@mit.edu This fun event carries on Sean’s love of the outdoors and his fun in everything he did.

Our continued thanks to this team for never forgetting❤️💙

So honored to have the Southern New England Brotherhood Ride stop at the Collier Memorial to remember Officer Sean Collier.

Please come by the Officer Collier Memorial on Sunday, August 26 about 2:00pm as the #SouthernNEBrotherhoodRide stop to remember Officer Sean Collier and Boston Officer Dennis Simmonds.

Thank you Brad Paisley for recognizing Boston Police from the lip sync video.

September 25 is Red Sox’s Law Enforcement night and $5 from each ticket supports the National Law Enforcement Memorial.

Please be aware of another SCAM!

MIT Police Honor Guard were humble to assist with presenting the Colors in Wilmington at the Vietnam Moving Wall.

MIT Police lost a good friend this week, Colt Richter. Colt served as the chief of MIT EMS during the 2014-15 school year, his junior year at MIT. Colt became a licensed pilot when he was 17 years old, and after graduating MIT in 2016, he went back to Alaska to spend time flying in one of his favorite places. Though ultimately, he was set to do what he loved most, help others, and attend medical school in the fall.

Thank you to the MIT Police Honor Guard for standing in remembrance of Sgt. Chesna. RIP brother, we have it from here. #chesnastrong

MIT, Cambridge, Somerville, BU, Harvard University, Tufts University Bentley University Police motor units heading out representing these departments for Sgt. Chesna’s funeral. Our thin blue line of brotherhood. We’ll never forget. Rest easy brother. We have the watch from here! #ChesnaStrong, #PoliceLivesMatter, #LawEnforecementStrong

Thank you to the members of the MIT Police Honor Guard who will represent all of us, as they attend the wake and funeral of Weymouth Police Sergeant Chesna. Our thoughts are with you. RIP

Respect