Thank you for visiting our website and welcome to the Georgetown Police Department. The Georgetown Police Department is dedicated to providing the finest police services possible to our residents and citizens. The men and women of the Georgetown Police Department are committed to core values that include integrity, honesty, reliability and truthfulness.
Our primary mission is to proudly serve our citizens using the philosophies of community/police partnerships, pro-active crime prevention strategies as well as citizen and community input.
Enjoy your visit to our website and please take advantage of the useful links and information provided and should you have any questions please feel free to contact the Police Department at (978) 352-5700 or 5705.
Dispatcher Maureen Craven to Retire after 14 Years of Service
Congratulations and best wishes to Dispatcher Maureen Craven, who has retired after 14 years at Georgetown PD. Thank you for your dedication and years of service to our town! You will be greatly missed!
Chief Donald Cudmore presents Dispatcher Craven with a plaque in recognition of her 14 years of service to the Town of Georgetown.
How To: Receiving Emergency Alerts on Your Phone from the State
Is your cell phone capable of receiving emergency alerts from the State, such as AMBER Alerts and Emergency Weather Notifications? Most newer phones these days have these features automatically enabled. But if you're not familiar with how this works, the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) put together this press release on how to do it. If you need any assistance getting this feature set up on your phone, please follow this link to send us an e-mail.
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