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  • LED Street Light Conversion throughout Town

  • Resident Advisory
    Crews will be out in town, starting on or about, Monday 11 March 2019, between the hours of 7 AM and 3 PM.

    These crews (in some area’s) will have police officers assigned with them for safety reasons.

    The crews will be changing out the street lights throughout the entire town. These conversions will replace outdated lights and equipment to the new energy efficient LED’s.

    Any questions, concerns or complaints, please contact: James Ryan, Director of Human Resources at Town Hall- 978-462-8232 ext 125

  • Salisbury Police Awarded Grant to Enhance Pedestrian & Bicyclist Safety

  • Salisbury, MA.-1 March 2019- SPD was recently awarded a grant from EOPSS/OGR/HSD to improve traffic safety on all local roads for pedestrians and bicyclists.

    In total, $700,000 was awarded to 93 police department’s across the Commonwealth.

    In Massachusetts, the rate of pedestrians killed and injured is above the national average. Pedestrians represent more than 20% of all traffic fatalities!

    Under the grant, departments will pay for overtime enforcement to increase compliance w/ traffic laws by all road users. Departments are also eligible to purchase educational materials, bicycle helmets and other safety items to help enhance pedestrian & bicyclist visibility at night.

    According to NHTSA, 94% of crashes can be tied back to human choice or error! We urge the medial to follow the AP Stylebook which suggests avoiding the use of the word “accident” in reference to distracted, negligent, or imparied crashes

  • Boys Scouts Day at the Station

    Recently, a local Boys Scouts pack came to the police station to tour the new PD and to get a behind the scenes look at the inner workings.
    Officer Greene spent an extended period of time with the group. The kids had a great day and learned a lot…


  • Salisbury, MA-14 DEC 2018- The SALISBURY Police were awarded a special grant from the Highway Safety Division (HSD) of the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS) to increase the number of impaired driving patrols during the holiday season. SALISBURY, MA police will join other departments across the state and the State Police in the national Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over (DSOGPO) enforcement mobilization and public information campaign.


  • Basic Firearms Safety Course

  • The Salisbury Police Department offers a free basic firearms safety certification course to Salisbury residents only!

    This course is mandatory for any new license to carry applicant in the Commonwealth.

    You DO NOT have to take the course offered by the Salisbury Police. You can view the list of certified instructors and choose where you prefer to attend. See link below.
    Basic Firearms Safety Instructors

    The SPD proudly offers this free course as a community service to Salisbury residents. THIS CLASS IS NOW FULL!


    YOU MUST email Sergeant Sforza Email me

    Only contact Sgt Sforza when a course is posted.