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Sergeant William Budrow can be reached at 978-546-1212, ext. 110.
During court hours you would go to the Gloucester District Court, which is temporarily located at 1 Lowell Street, Peabody, MA 01960. They can be reached at 978-283-2620. If the court is closed you can obtain the information you need at the Rockport Police Station on 168 Main Street, Rockport, MA.
An application for a firearms license can be obtained at the Rockport Police Department or on the forms page of the Rockport Police site. For further information, contact the Firearms Division at 978-546-1212 ext. 168. Forms and further information can be obtained from the Criminal History Systems Board.
All requests for police reports on open cases where charges have been filed are referred to the district attorney's office at the courthouse. On closed cases, you will be directed to the on-duty court prosecutor at the police station.
Yes, the are available to you by filling out a record request form and submitting it to the Rockport Police Department. You can also obtain a free copy of your vehicle crash report by visiting www.crashdocs.org.
You can pick one up at any police department or download it from the Rockport Police Department's form section. Accident reporting forms as well as other Registry of Motor Vehicle forms can be downloaded from the Registry of Motor Vehicles.
As of September 2014, Massachusetts residents over the age of 18, can now purchase and carry pepper spray without first having to obtain a firearms identification card.
Rockport Police cases are heard at the Gloucester District Court. Du to renovations, the court is temporarily located to Peabody District Court at 1 Lowell Street, Peabody, MA. They can be reached at 978-283-2620.
Community Policing is not a program, a unit, or a specialized division within a police department. Implementation of the Community Policing philosophy encourages law enforcement and community residents to work together to address the problems of crime, fear of crime, and factors that detract from the overall quality of life in their communities. Community Policing challenges police departments to develop a new vision for the future of their department and to translate this vision into action.
No. The only information that will be provided will be the operator's information, vehicle information, insurance company, any injured parties, and any witnesses. You will not be given a copy of the other operator's statement.
No. A hearing must be requested within 20 days of receipt of the citation to dispute any infraction. A hearing may be requested by checking box #2 on the back of the citation and following the instructions listed.
Payments on parking tickets may be made by mailing a check or money order to the address on the front of the parking ticket. Payment may also be made in person at the Treasurer's Office located at Town Hall, 34 Broadway. Payments cannot be accepted at the Rockport Police Station. Please be sure to keep a receipt of any payment made.
To appeal a parking ticket it must be in writing to the Parking Clerk at 34 Broadway, Rockport, MA 01966. Please visit the Parking Clerk page for more information.
A request for information on sex offenders form can be picked up at the Rockport Police Department. For further information contact Officer David LoConte at 978-546-1212, ext. 155. Also additional information can be obtained from the Sex Offender Registry Board.
No. The Rockport Police will not respond to any email requests. Sex offender information will be disseminated in accordance with the Sex Offender Law.
Information is available on the Governor's Highway Safety Bureau website.