New Braintree Police Department
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NEW BRAINTREE POLICE DEPARTMENT WEBSITE

The New Braintree Police Department regards itself as the primary guardian of the rights, safety and quality of life in the community.  

 FROM OUR MISSION STATEMENT        

This website is simple and tasteful and offers a glimpse into the breadth and complexity of police work in New Braintree, Massachusetts. All officers are experienced in emergency medical intervention and serve the community with great professionalism.  Part of the NBPD mission is to respect individual differences among community members and support the quality of life in New Braintree.


DIAL 911 FOR ALL EMERGENCIES 24 HOURS/DAY

 



New Braintree resident submits popular photos

NEW BRAINTREE, MA October 24 2013  This bobcat was caught on a New Braintree Resident's trail camera in mid October 2013.  The animal appears to be in excellent health and has been seen frequenting the yards of several area residences.

 

 

Photo courtesy of New Braintree resident

 

JOIN NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH!

 

  A neighborhood watch group is being established in New Braintree.  Selectman Bob Hunt has been providing education to residents on personal security.  Go the the town website for further details about Selectman Hunt's presentation.  Residents are encouraged to call Acting Lt. Kevin Landine if interested in participating in the Neighborhood Watch program. The group has been active for 6 months or more.  Their watchful eyes have resulted in several tips to which police responded including one that brought forth felony criminal charges.  Good work.  If interested please contact the police department.  Always call 911 when you suspect that a crime may be in progress!

 



- TRAINING UPDATE -

 

Officers will attend updated Taser training in August. 

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