Announcements

Scam Alert!
Scam artists are working hard to steal your hard earned money from you. If you receive a telephone call, email offer or something in the mail that is something you have not subscribed to and appears too good to be true then be wise and do not engage such an offer.
Call the Westborough Police Department with questions.

Pedestrian Awareness
Drivers  in Westborough should be vigilant of pedestrians and pay attention to the marked crosswalks and those signaled by safety cones. With the Westborough Farmer's Market and residents enjoying the summer weather motorists should obey the speed limit and yield to those in the crosswalks.
Violators may be fined in accordance with state regulations.
 
 

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Talk to your Kids about Drugs and Alcohol . Click [here] for Information on how best to approach the Subject.

 

 

     
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

Protect your personal information
Chief Gordon is asking that you protect your personal identity from would be scam artists, who may ask for your personal information such as social security information to obtain loans, and credit cards in your name. These requests may come by phone, mail, or email. Do not give your personal identification to unsolicited sources as it may ruin your credit score. Call the police for help.

Social Host Liability Law
Don't lose everything you work hard for. Read Chief Gordon's Important Message
[click here to read]

No unlicensed dogs notice
Signage in Town is alerting those who may have dogs that are unlicensed that if reported and found owner's will face court dates. 


Learn more about the new laws for Junior Operators. Click the image above.

Welcome Greeting from Chief Gordon - UPDATED MONTHLY

News & Announcements 

 
Employment Opportunity

TOWN OF WESTBOROUGH

Police Officer

The Westborough Police Department is seeking qualified applicants for the position of fulltime police officer.  We are currently anticipating multiple openings in the near future.

Applicants must have an Associate’s degree (A.A.) or equivalent from a two-year college or technical school; six months to one year of related experience and / or training; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.  Massachusetts Police Academy certification in accordance with MGL Ch. 41 is preferred. 

Applicants will be required to successfully complete a physical agility test and oral board.

All appointments are subject to a physical and psychological examination as well as an extensive background investigation.

Starting salary, based on experience, ranges from $1014.22 to $1195.25 per/wk.

A Full job description can be found on the town’s website. Click here to view

Applicants are to submit a cover letter, resume and job application (Click here for Job Application) to Lt. Todd Minardi, Westborough Police Department, PO Box 1123, Westborough, MA 01581

 Application packets must be postmarked no later than May 19, 2017.

An Equal Opportunity Employer


Important Message from Chief Gordon

Please read the following Open letter from Chief Gordon to the Parents of Westborough Students concerning the legal implications of the new social host liability laws  [click here to read]

 

Code Red Alert System

Designed to enable local government officials to record, send and track personalized messages to thousands of citizens in minutes.

To sign up, click here.

Out Of State Vehicle Registration is illegal
If you know of a resident of Massachusetts that registers his or her vehicle out of state illegally, please contact Sgt. Peter Goodney  by emailing him here  
The law MGL 90 S. 9, 30 day limit for resident to operate out of state vehicle.
A vehicle may not be operated by a resident of the Commonwealth for more than 30 days, in the aggregate, during a calendar year, unless it is registered in Massachusetts. This prevents a Mass. resident from using a vehicle that is registered out of state for more than 30 days.
This is done to avoid tax and registration fees. MGL 90 S3 1/2
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