Halifax Police Department

  • Agency: Halifax Police Department
  • Address: 540 Plymouth Street, Halifax, 02338 MA
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: 781-294-8713
Fax: 781-293-6317

Halifax Police Department is located at 540 Plymouth Street, Halifax, 02338 MA. The Halifax Police Department phone number is 781-294-8713.

Halifax Police Department News

This jack russell was picked up in the Holmes street Chestnut road area about 1215, if the dog belongs to you or you know who owns it please contact 781-293-5761 option 3. THE OWNER HAS BEEN LOCATED AND THEY ARE REUNITED

We have experienced some breaking and entering to vehicles and a garage in the Highland Circle area of town. If you notice that your vehicle may have been entered, please contact the department at 781-293-5671 option 3. Lock your vehicles!

Qualifying at the range, good times.

School starts tomorrow, remember to stop when the red lights on the bus are flashing.... Or you may be seeing the flashing blue lights!

Looks like the heatmiser doesn't want to give up the grasp he has had on our area. Going to be a scorcher the next couple of days, remember to stay hydrated.

Dog picked up running in traffic on Plymouth street near the Country Club of Halifax

Neighborhood Meeting The Halifax Police Department along with the Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office, would like to invite you to an informational meeting on Tuesday night 7p.m. in the Great Hall at the Town Hall. This meeting is to gather as many victims of the recent House and Motor Vehicle breaks as possible. We would like to go over our investigation and the results you may see in the press, sometimes it is difficult to comprehend the action of both the Police and especially the Court systems, this meeting will try to help explain the reasons behind some of the actions taken. So please, if you were a victim or have questions, attend the meeting. Chief Broderick

“The Halifax Highway Department will be resurfacing Oak Street over the next 2-3 business days. Work will begin at the Plympton town line and continue to the Pembroke town line. Resurfacing will be done from 6:30am until 6:00pm daily, until completed. All residents living in those areas will have access, however, please expect delays and plan accordingly. If you have any questions, please direct them to the Halifax Highway Department at 781-293-1760.”

Murder Suspect Arrested On July 31 at approximately 3:30 am, after many hours of work , the Halifax police (Sgt. Benner, ( Jake Burns Pembroke Police) and Chief Broderick) , Arrested 18 year old Jamir Johnson, Mr. Johnson is a suspect in several house and 54 car breaks that have been happening in town over the past few weeks. During booking an arrest warrant was found from New London Connecticut, it states Johnson is wanted for a December 9th 2017 Murder in Connecticut, he is being charged with Murder, Possession of a pistol without a permit and unlawful discharge of a firearm. The Halifax Police department, with the help of surrounding towns has been working on the multiple house and car breaks in the Brandeis Circle area of town, at times, spending many hours conducting surveillance in the affected areas. Early Tuesday morning Mr. Johnson was observed riding a bicycle thru the neighborhood wearing clothing similar to those seen in a surveillance video at one of his victim’s homes, including rubber gloves. He was eventually stopped by the officers, and after a short foot chase, he was placed in custody, local charges will be Breaking and Entering, Possession of burglarious tools, failure to Identify, Resisting arrest, Receiving Stolen property, and Fugitive from Justice. Mr. Johnson will be arranged in Plymouth District court for the local charges, and held on the Connecticut Murder charges, On a side note, as the Police Chief I would like to apologize to the residents for not being forthcoming with information about how we investigate and deal with this sort of crime, I hope the people understand our silence when trying to apprehend these criminals. But mostly I want everyone to know the diligence and work ethic of your police officers, if it wasn’t for their commitment to the town and its citizens this alleged murderer would still be roaming our streets while we sleep. It was a job well done by all. Chief Broderick

There have been numerous car breaks overnight reported to our department. Please lock your car doors or leave nothing of value in your vehicle.

Prayers to the Officer, the members of his family and his brothers and sister on the Weymouth Police Department.

I am very proud of my co-workers, Officer McDonnell, Officer Acevich and off duty Paramedic Dillon Riley who were the first ones on scene. Our training kicked in and we worked as a well oiled machine in our life saving efforts. Huge props to the resident who pulled the individual from the water.......Sergeant Sterling Halifax Police

The Halifax Police Department would like to welcome the newest member to our family. Officer Michelle McIntyre graduated from the 65th ROC today. Welcome aboard Officer McIntyre.

We know everyone loves their faithful companions but it isn't necessary to take them everywhere you go. If you are stopping at a store during your travels on hot days, leave your pets at home. Just a few minutes in a hot car can change their lives forever!

The Halifax Police Department would like to thank the Halifax Fireworks Committee for the tremendous amount of time and effort that was put into the 2018 event. With a coordinated effort from the Halifax Highway Department, Halifax C.E.R.T. members, Plymouth County Sheriff Department, Halifax Fire Department, Halifax Police Department and you the Citizens of Halifax we had a very enjoyable event. Please stay safe while celebrating the Independence of our Country, Command Staff Halifax Police Department.

Set of keys found at fireworks, if these are yours please contact the department at 781-293-5761 option 3

On Tuesday 8 May after a lengthy investigation by Officer McDonnell with the assistance of other Halifax officers, The Massachusetts State Police Narcotics division Detectives, officers from Pembroke and Hanson PD assigned to the Old Colony Drug Task force, a search warrant was executed at 48 Plymouth street. Arrested in conjunction with this investigation were Courtney Mcgovern age 31 of Halifax and Sirono Harrison age 44 of Plymouth. Both were arraigned in Plymouth District Court on trafficking in cocaine, possession to distribute (Class A) heroin and conspiracy to violate drug law. Bail was set on McGovern at $15,000 and $20,000 for Harrison. Strong work by all involved.