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  • EXTREME WEATHER ALERT

  • Massachusetts will experience a severe and potentially historic storm Monday afternoon through Wednesday morning, complete with snow measured in feet, damaging winds, and serious coastal flooding. A corridor of heavy, wet snow is expected in southeast MA (east of I-95) where temperatures will near 32 degrees, making for heavy wet snow. Elsewhere, colder temperatures (teens and 20’s) will make for fluffier snow. Snowfall totals are expected to reach over 20 inches across much of the Commonwealth, with pockets of 30+ inches possible. The Cape and Martha’s Vineyard will see 12+ inches.

    Click here for Emergency Management: MEMA

    Salisbury Emergency Operation Center: 978-465-0543

  • Citizens Police Academy

    The Salisbury Police Department is now accepting applications for its Citizen Police Academy. It will run March 18, 2015 to May 13, 2015 one night a week for two hours a night.

    The Academy will instruct participants on police policies, procedures and our equipment capabilities.

    Application deadline: March 1, 2015 Click Here for Application

  • Promotional Ceremony September 2014

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  • Welcome to our Website – Message from the Chief

  • Welcome to the Salisbury Police Website

  • Welcome to the official homepage of the Salisbury Police Department.  The Town of Salisbury is  a coastal community and has a permanent population of 7,800 residents. Located in the northeast corner of Massachusetts, on the Atlantic Ocean, its beautiful coastline and beaches attract visitors throughout the year, especially during the summer months.

    This web site contains useful information about the many services, programs, citizen safety and educational opportunities offered by the Salisbury Police Department and by the department in conjunction with the Salisbury Council on Aging, the Salisbury Elementary School, the Pettengill House, the Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center (formerly the Women’s Crisis Center), and the Salisbury Harbor Commission. Check the News and Events page for news and information and the Frequently Asked Questions page for answers to commonly asked questions about laws, filing reports and obtaining permits. The Personnel page lists our Police Officers, Dispatchers and support staff and our Employment page explains the requirements for employment with the police department. Visit the Links page for many useful links to other web sites.
    It is our hope that this web site will be a useful resource to citizens of Salisbury and other interested parties. If you have any questions, concerns or suggestions, please do not hesitate to call us @ 978-465-3121 or email us.

  • Follow us on Twitter @SaliburyPolice

  • The Salisbury Police Department encourages you to “Make the Right Call”— Never Drink and Drive! To show your commitment to staying safe, “Like” the Make the Right Call Facebook page for a chance to win a VIP New England Sports Experience. See New England play Buffalo on December 28th in Foxboro and the Bruins play Detroit on December 29th at The Garden, and meet The Sports Hub Broadcasters! Like here: https://www.facebook.com/maketherightcallma.

  • Keep the Holidays Happy. Drive Sober

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1-T3UASH9E

  • Please note: The Salisbury Police Department does not provide patches to collectors or other agencies.