Sutton Police Department Implements Social Distancing
If you have an emergency at the Police Station, please ring the buzzer to speak to dispatcher. The necessary emergency services you require will be delivered to you as rapidly as possible.
Routine services such as filing a police report, requesting a copy of a police report or other general information, should be fulfilled via phone. You can leave your phone number with the dispatcher utilizing the speaker system and an officer will contact you by phone. Or contact us at (508) 865-4449 to speak with an officer.
LTC Applications and renewals are being processed via US Mail. Questions regarding LTCs can be addressed By Sgt. Joshua Nunnemacher.
Thank you for your understanding and patience during this current health crisis.
Welcome! It is our hope that members of the community will use this site as a tool to become more familiar with their police department and the hard work and dedication of both the sworn and civilian staff.
The Sutton Police Department became a full-time agency in 1968 and has been stationed alongside the municipal center at 4 Uxbridge Road since 1982. The department is comprised of 15 sworn full-time officers, 1 part-time officer, 5 special officers, 4 full-time dispatchers, 4 part-time dispatchers, and 1 administrative secretary. The department is responsible for patrolling 140 miles of roadway and currently services over 15,000 calls annually.
The Town of Sutton, no longer off the beaten path, is experiencing exponential growth as a result of the Rte. 146/Mass. Turnpike connector. With the Town’s population now over 9,600 citizens this growth has brought an increased demand for police service. As a department, we constantly seek opportunities to share our mission of protection and service, while adhering to a community oriented policing philosophy.
|Dennis J. Towle||Chief|