Hingham Police Department

  • Agency: Hingham Police Department
  • Address: 212 Central St, Hingham, 02043 MA
  • Chief: Steven D Carlson (Chief of Police)
Phone: 781-749-1212
Fax: 781-749-2322

Hingham Police Department is located at 212 Central St, Hingham, 02043 MA. The Chief of Police of the department is Steven D Carlson. The Hingham Police Department phone number is 781-749-1212.

Hingham Police Department News

Our Pink Patch Project patch is in Seattle with the landmark Space Needle. Our pink patches (K9 and Patrol) are available all year to raise breast cancer awareness year round.

Please join us as our community honors all our Veterans on Veterans Day (Sunday) at 11am in front of the Hingham Town Hall at the Veteran’s Monument and then moving inside.

A great late season view this week on Union St. in Wompatuck State Park.

Welcome aboard to our newest Officer, Kimberly Neveu, who was sworn in Wednesday. After she took the Oath of Office from Hingham Town Clerk Eileen McCracken, she signed the Oath. While Officer Neveu is new to us, she’s not a rookie. She transferred from the Abington Police Department.

There are 3 polling stations in Hingham, depending on which precinct you live in (Middle School, High School and Linden Ponds). We’re here at each of them until 8pm. Remember, your vote counts.

An iconic image with so many details to take notice at a crash scene on Whiting St. in Hingham in 1956 for “Flashback Friday”.

Our Pink Patch Project patch celebrating wirh the 2018 World Series Champion Red Sox during the duck boat parade.

We pulled into the Bradley Woods neighborhood tonight and these trick-or-treaters instantly began chanting for Hingham DARE Officer Ramsey.

Hope you have a Happy and safe Halloween. Ours is off to a great start. We just had our first trick-or-treater. Scooby Doo (Vivian) with Officer Lisa McCracken in our front lobby. We’ll be here if you’re in the neighborhood...😃

It’s not a new cruiser design, it’s just an “office view” in Fall here in New England.

Metropolitan Law Enforcement Council (MetroLEC) SWAT team members showing their support for the Pink Patch Project. The regional team includes members from over 43 area law enforcement agencies, including Hingham Officers Jeffrey Kilroy and Michael Gervasi.

Our Pink Patch Project patch, to help increase breast cancer awareness, visited Cuba. Our patches are available by mail or at our front lobby 24/7.

‪Flags are at half-staff, per Massachusetts Governor, until sunset on October 31, as a mark of respect for the victims of The Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh.

K9 Pablo and his partner, Officer Robert Achille, supporting the Pink Patch Project to help increase breast cancer awareness. We still have both K9 and Patrol pink patches available.

Congratulations to our World Series Champion Red Sox. What a season!

Code Pink times two. Thanks to Los Angeles Airport Police Officer Harris for doubling up on the Pink Patch Project.

Sometimes we have to share just how good the views from our “office” can be. This was last night, the calm before today’s Nor’easter.

The Hingham Middle School Principal, Mr. Smith (with Hingham DARE/SRO Officer Robert Ramsey) changed his hair pink this morning after the students reached their goal of raising $1,000 yesterday to donate to Susan G. Komen fund to help in the fight against breast cancer. Kudos to the students and to Mr. Smith. We think our Pink Patch Project patch really matches that hair.

Just a reminder, you still have a few more days to drop off items in our lobby for delivery to local domestic violence shelters. Thank you.

At Saturday’s Homecoming game Hingham High School Resource Officer (SRO) Tom Ford received a teacher appreciation award from senior football player Paul Rockett. Each senior player awarded a teacher/staff member who had the biggest impact on them during their four years of high school.

K9 Pedy and his partner, K9 Officer Ryan Ross, showing their support for the Pink Patch Project to help increase breast cancer awareness. We have both K9 and Patrol pink patches available.

Hingham High School junior Paul Goldman interviewing Chief Glenn Olsson as part of a project for his Criminal Justice Class elective class. Part of the project requires the student to select a police officer, reach out to them, and make an appointment to conduct an interview.

Snack, save and support. Thanks to Menchie’s Hingham Shipyard for offering to selling our Pink Patch Project patches to help fight breast cancer and increase awareness. Plus they’re giving 20% off frozen yogurt to customers who purchase a pink patch (patrol or K9 patches available). All proceeds are being sent to Susan Smith Center for Women’s Cancers at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

Daytime House Break on Gardner St. Press Release/Hingham Police Department P.I.O. Sgt. Steven Dearth Police are investigating a house break today in the 300 block of Gardner St. On October 23, 2018 at 2:30pm a resident of Gardner St. (near Winfield Rd.) arrived home from school and saw the back door had been kicked in. The resident did not enter the home and went to a neighbor’s home to call police and family members. Several Officers, including a K9, searched the house and verified the suspect(s) were no longer in the home. Entry had been made by entering the porch at the rear of the house then forcing open the door into the home. Several rooms were ransacked. Items stolen include electronic devices, jewelry and cash. The break occurred between 10:45am and 2:30pm. The suspect(s) used a vehicle which appears to have been parked in the middle of the driveway. This remains under investigation. If you observed anything in this area during this time, please contact Detective Daniel Leary at 781-741-1443 or you can submit an anonymous tip via our home page.###