Lookup Warrants and Arrests in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Results Include: Arrest Records, Police Report, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Address

Cambridge Massachusetts Police Station Address: 125 6th St, Cambridge, MA 02141, United States


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17:49 Report of possible UNARMED ROBBERY at 13XX MASSACHUSETTS AVE in #CambMA

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@digiphile @CambMA @BranvilleBard @PoliceFound There was data that was duplicated and I’ve flagged this for our Crime Analysis Unit. In fact, crime in Cambridge dropped for the sixth consecutive year in 2016 to unprecedented levels not recorded since 1961.

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“Releasing open data can serve as a foundation for two-way engagement and problem-solving between law enforcement and the community, improve understanding of policing and inform discussions about public safety challenges.” #CambMA PD Commissioner @BranvilleBard https://t.co/FTq5in5Qba

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One of two in New England, #CambMA PD joins 25 law enforcement agencies around the country to accept @PoliceFound challenge and release open data on #hatecrimes. https://t.co/83Mhenx1GK https://t.co/UjuEZOJSjr

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#TBT to the old #CambMA Police Station at 5 Western Avenue. The @CambridgePolice moved from the Central Square location, its home for 135 years, to its current location at 125 6th Street in 2008. https://t.co/OgWbd4N6sf

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The Police Foundation this week announced that the Cambridge Police Department and 25 other agencies across the country (including one other in New England) have accepted an unprecedented national law enforcement challenge to release open data on hate and bias-motivated crime as the Police Foundation releases a best practice guide to support the effort.

By releasing this information to the public in the form of open data, we can help narrow the reporting gap and call more attention to the problem in an effort to better prevent these incidents in the future.

Cambridge Police Commissioner Branville Bard, Jr. said, “The Cambridge Police Department and Police Foundation believe that releasing open data is beneficial to the community and law enforcement. It can serve as a foundation for two-way engagement and problem-solving between law enforcement and the community, improve understanding of policing and inform discussions about public safety challenges.”

2017 open hate crime data in Cambridge will be released upon the completion of the 2017 annual crime report, which is expected to be published later this winter.

Past annual reports, which contain special reports on Hate Crimes in Cambridge, and other open data sets for Cambridge public safety are currently available at http://www.cambridgema.gov/cpd/Publications?SortBy=80&Category=Annual+Report&Keyword=&Path=%2fsitecore%2fcontent%2fhome%2fcpd&Page=1&Lang=en&ObjectDatabaseID=web&ResultsPerPage=10 and https://data.cambridgema.gov/browse?category=Public+Safety, respectively.

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“I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear.” — Martin Luther King, Jr.

Pictured: Our officers were fortunate to have an opportunity to meet and escort Martin Luther King, Jr. to Harvard University nearly 50 years ago. #martinlutherkingjr #mlkday

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For the second consecutive year, we are proud to support Cradles to Crayons Massachusetts and their #MartinLutherKing Day initiative. Cambridge residents are encouraged to drop off new or gently used clothing, shoes, books, school supplies, toys, baby supplies, hygiene products for infants through children up to age 12 now through Monday, Jan. 15th. A drop-off box will be available in our main lobby at 125 6th Street. Supplies will be given to local children in need all across the greater Boston area. Your assistance in assisting these children living in homeless or low-income situations is greatly appreciated!

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We are proud to announce that Deputy Superintendent Robert Lowe has been selected and will be joining the FBI’s National Academy next week. Internationally known for its academic excellence, this prestigious 11-week educational program is designed for law enforcement officers from around the world. Deputy Lowe will be part of the Academy’s 271st class.

Held at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia, the program offers advanced communication, leadership, and fitness training for selected officers having proven records as professionals within their agencies. Training for the program is provided by the FBI Academy instructional staff, special agents, and other staff members holding advanced degrees, many of whom are recognized internationally in their fields of expertise.

“As a proud graduate of the FBI National Academy’s 227th class, I personally know how valuable this prestigious training will be for Deputy Lowe,” said Police Commissioner Branville Bard, Jr. “It is an honor to be selected for arguably the best law enforcement training a police executive could receive. We know Deputy Lowe will gain valuable experience and come back an even greater asset for the Department and the City of Cambridge.”

Lowe joined the Cambridge Police Department in 2001 and is the Commanding Officer for Day Operations and the Community Services Unit, which is comprised of the Youth and Family Service Unit (YFSU) and mental health, homeless, elder, and business outreach initiatives. He has spent the majority of his career in Operations and several years as a Criminal Investigations Unit Detective.

He will become the fifth active officer on the Cambridge Police Department to participate in the FBI’s National Academy, joining Commissioner Bard, Superintendent Steven DeMarco, Deputy Superintendent Stephen Ahern and Deputy Superintendent Jack Albert.

Read more about the National Academy at https://www.fbi.gov/services/training-academy/national-academy.

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What a way to start the New Year! At 2:35 a.m. this morning, Cambridge Police Officers responded to Hamilton Street for an imminent birth. One of the Officers was first on the scene and the baby’s head was crowning. He helped the mother push and handled the successful delivery of a healthy baby girl. Congratulations to this expanding family and a job well done to our officers! 👍🏼👏🎉🎈

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Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan and Cambridge Police Commissioner Branville Bard Jr. have confirmed that Kevin Reddick, 17, of Cambridge, has been arrested in connection with the November 16, 2017 shooting death of 28-year-old Malachi Mims. Reddick has been charged with murder, armed assault with intent to murder, two counts of armed assault with intent to rob, possession of a firearm without a license, possession of ammunition and possession of a loaded firearm. An arraignment date has not been scheduled.

The defendant was located on Stuart Street in Boston on December 31 and placed under arrest.

On November 16, 2017, at approximately 7:30 p.m., Cambridge Police responded to a report of a shooting in the area of Tremont and Hampshire Street in Cambridge. They located the victim who was transported to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead. The shooting was not believed to be random and the subsequent investigation led to the issuance of a warrant for the defendant’s arrest.

These charges are allegations and the defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.

The prosecutor assigned to this case is Assistant District Attorney Nicole Allain.