Restraining Order Process
An Emergency Restraining Order can be issued after hours by contacting the Medford police department (781-395-1212). A representative of the Domestic Service Unit will assist you in applying for a restraining order (either by advisement or if necessary by accompanying you to court). Learn more about the Restraining Order Process here.
Sex Offender Registry
View and Read about Sex Offenders in our community (Level 3 and others). Click here to for more information.
Medford Police Department provides fingerprinting as a service to Medford Residents and Tufts Students that are Medford Residents only. Click to read more on Fingerprinting such as cost and available times.
For Gun Permits please call 781-393-4769 our firearms licensing Detective at Medford Police Department. We no longer accept “DROPPED OFF APPLICATIONS” or RANDOM WALK-INS. You must make an appointment. Read more on obtaining a firearm permit in the city of Medford.
Child Car Seats
The CPS Unit has a number of officers trained and certified to inspect & install child/Infant safety seats for any Medford citizen. Click here for more information and call to schedule an appointment.
Motor Vehicle Accident Reports, Local Record checks for you or your child (under 18). Read more here for times and location.
An extensive list of Crime Prevention/Safety Brochures. (PDF Reader required). Click here to our Crime Prevent list.
No one plans to call 9-1-1, but now you can plan ahead. Sign up for Smart911 and create your own Safety Profile to give 9-1-1 valuable information about yourself, family members, your home, pets and even vehicles that will automatically display on the 9-1-1 call taker’s screen when you make an emergency call.
Sometimes we need to quickly share information with you. Blackboard Connect is a fast, reliable mass notification system that allows us to connect with you at any time, from anywhere, or from a device of your choice. Please Sign-Up for Notifications through Blackboard Connect for Free! Get Informed.
Drug Disposal Unit
There is a permanent prescription drug disposal unit located at the Medford Police Station lobby, 100 Main Street, Medford, MA. Click here for more information.
Drug Abuse Prevention – Coming Soon
Would you know what to do in an emergency? The City of Medford is committed to educating the public about natural or manmade emergencies. Individuals and families must know how to prepare in the event of an emergency. City of Medford has put together this guide to help our residents learn the steps to take to prepare for an emergency.