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Springfield Ohio Police Station Address: 130 N Fountain Ave, Springfield, OH 45502, United States


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The Springfield Police Department is part of a long history of Law Enforcement in New England, dating back to the city’s founding in 1636.

The SPD developed from the early years of “law and order” in the settlement to a modern day law enforcement agency.

Beginning with the days of the Constable, the role of Marshalls, to the emergence of police officers as a profession, the SPD been a part of the develop of Law Enforcement in the USA.

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Springfield Police Department4 days ago

Police Beat Management Neighborhood Meeting tonight at 6pm for Sector B (Liberty Heights, Hungry Hill, Atwater, and Lower Liberty) at the Hungry Hill Senior Center, 773 Liberty Street (former library).

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Springfield Police Department4 days ago

Police Beat Management Neighborhood Meeting tonight at 5:30pm for Sector F (McKnight, Old Hill, Upper Hill, Bay) at the Mason Square Library

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Springfield Police Department5 days ago

The City of Springfield parking ban will end at 4pm on Wednesday January 17, 2018.

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Springfield Police Department6 days ago

The Springfield Police Department is seeking your help in finding this missing teenager.

14 year old Juan Arroyo has been missing since November 21st. He is 5’6”, 140 lbs. with brown hair and brown eyes.

His prior known whereabouts where in the Oak Grove Avenue area.

If you have any information, please call our Youth Aid Bureau and Detective Clark-Hicks at 413-750-2253

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Springfield Police Department6 days ago

The City of Springfield will be enforcing a city wide parking ban as of 7:00 pm. on Tuesday January 16, 2018 until further notice. The parking ban regulations are as follows:

No parking on the odd side of the street from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
No parking on the even side of the street from 7:00 p.m. – 7:00 a.m.
Springfield, Massachusetts City of Springfield, MA – Office of Communications Springfield Department of Public Works

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Springfield Police Department shared Springfield College Department of Public Safety’s photo.6 days ago