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New Bedford Massachusetts Police Station Address: 871 Rockdale Ave, New Bedford, MA 02740, United States


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Good job Lola! Mashpee’s police K-9, who was originally owned by a drug dealer in New Bedford, has served her… https://t.co/iSOrGyXxtb

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Thanks to our friends in the local media for the great coverage of Melissa Costa’s new job working with NBPD to… https://t.co/GyesxHvnUm

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Today is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. To celebrate, we want to express our appreciation for all of you for your support!

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2 weeks ago
This snow is heavy _ in depth and in moisture. When it comes time to shovel, go slow, stay hydrated and use the… https://t.co/MYsRZMnnC9

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City of New Bedford Police Department (Official)

Headquarters : 871 Rockdale Avenue , New Bedford Ma – 508-991-6300
Station 1 (Downtown) : 572 Pleasant Street, New Bedford Ma – 508-991-6340
Station 2 (South End) : 168 Cove Street, New Bedford, Ma 508-991-6355
Station 3 (North End) : 781 Ashley Boulevard, New Bedford, Ma 508-991-6360
Animal Control: 508-991-6366
Communications/ Dispatch: 508-991-6350
City of New Bedford Police Department (Official)

City of New Bedford Police Department (Official)6 hours ago

We are proud of our New Bedford Police Officer Nathan Pimentel, who rescued six people from a burning building at 282 Tinkham St. early Wednesday.

He also helped to alert the fire department to a 56-year-old woman who was found in her second floor apartment, unresponsive.

Officer Pimentel was the first to arrive on the scene. He was immediately able to evacuate three males from the second floor, as well as three females from the first floor prior to the fire department’s arrival.

After removing these individuals, he was then informed that a female may still be inside the second floor apartment in a bedroom, which seemed to be where the fire had originated.

His efforts started a chain of heroic events that displayed great teamwork among city law enforcement, fire and
emergency medical teams.

The woman had no pulse when she was removed from the building by the fire department. She was revived by emergency medical personnel and transported to St. Luke’s Hospital and then to Rhode Island Hospital.

Sadly, she did not survive. But everyone made heroic efforts to give her every chance. And Officer Pimental’s rescue of the residents represents the department’s commitment to public service and safety.

Great job by NBPD, NBFD and EMS.

City of New Bedford Police Department (Official)

City of New Bedford Police Department (Official)10 hours ago

St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, 351 Elm St., South Dartmouth, is graciously hosting a Blue Mass at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 11 to pray for police, firefighters and first responders. The community is invited to join their voices in pray for the safety of the police, fire and first responder community. A light reception will follow.

City of New Bedford Police Department (Official)

City of New Bedford Police Department (Official)11 hours ago

Due to the expected continued harsh weather conditions, the Sister Rose House at 75 Division St. will remain open for unsheltered residents. For more information, Sister Rose House’s phone number is (508) 997-3202

City of New Bedford Police Department (Official)

City of New Bedford Police Department (Official)1 day ago

Due to the expected temperature drop for this evening with a wind chill as low as 10 degrees around 10pm tonight, the Sister Rose House at 75 Division St. will remain open for unsheltered residents. For more information, Sister Rose House’s phone number is (508) 997-3202

City of New Bedford Police Department (Official)

City of New Bedford Police Department (Official)2 days ago

Due to the expected temperature drop for this evening with a wind chill as low as 10 degrees around 10pm tonight, the Sister Rose House at 75 Division St. will remain open for unsheltered residents. For more information, Sister Rose House’s phone number is (508) 997-3202

City of New Bedford Police Department (Official)

City of New Bedford Police Department (Official)2 days ago

It’s not expected to approach the levels of the most recent storm, but New Bedford is under a winter weather advisory from 1 a.m. to 9 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 17. Total snow accumulations of two to three inches are expected.

Light snow will overspread the region after midnight and may briefly become heavy toward daybreak. Plan on slippery road conditions and leave extra time for travel.

The snow is expected to quickly turn to rain by mid morning.

A Winter Weather Advisory for snow means periods of snow will
cause primarily travel difficulties. Be prepared for snow covered
roads and limited visibilities, and use caution while driving.