The Maynard Police Department would like to offer our condolences to the Greenland, NH Police Department for the loss of their Chief, and to the surrounding communities whose officers were injured, in the line of duty. Our thoughts and prayers are with their families, fellow officers, and friends.
On April 7th, the Maynard Police Department and the Governor’s Auto Theft Strike (a unit of the Massachusetts State Police) held a very successful vehicle identification number (VIN) etching session at the Maynard Police Department. Over 50 vehicles were processed and the owners received a certificate entitling them to a 15% or more discount on […]
We have added a photo gallery page to the website. We will be adding additional photos in the future.
We have updated the sex offender registry page with a new level 3 sex offender.
When we think of illegal drug use in this country, we often think of heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine, ecstasy, marijuana, and other familiar illegal drugs. Although these are widely abused, we often overlook the most dangerous and most widely abused category of drug in the country; prescription pills. I’m not speaking of a subtle problem involving […]
The sex offender registry page has been updated with new information regarding level 3 sex offenders living/working in Maynard.
Starting on December 1st running through March 15th there is no overnight street parking between the hours of 2 AM and 6 AM. Vehicles left on the street during this time period will be issued a $20 ticket. If a vehicle is disabled or cannot be moved, please call the Maynard Police Station at 978-897-1011.
The Town of Maynard has implemented an Emergency Notification system using Blackboard Connect. This system allows authorized Town officials to create and rapidly disseminate time-sensitive messages to every telephone number stored in the notification database. Learn more about this service Register your phone numbers
Over a five week period the Maynard Police Department conducted an operation aimed at curbing the sale of alcohol to minors. This effort resulted in the arrest of several minors and a five day suspension of the liquor license of a local business. Additional information can be found in the Beacon Villager.
In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, if a License to Carry or a Firearms Identification card holder changes address, within 30 days they must make official notification of the address change to: Issuing Chief of Police Chief of Police in Massachusetts town or city you have moved to Firearms Record Bureau Please fill out and follow […]