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Our Public Records Access Officer is Julie Nichols-Scopa.  In order to best complete your public records request there is a form available at the front desk of Police Station or can be downloaded via the link … More

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Recently coyotes have become a major concern to residents due to their more aggressive behavior and their attacks on domestic animals. The Sudbury Police Department has been, and will continue, responding to calls for service … More

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The initial 10MPH over the speed limit is assessed a $50 fine. In other words, there is a flat fee for the first 10MPH. Each MPH above the initial 10MPH is then calculated at $10 … More

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Yes there is. You get two free false alarms per calendar year. The third false alarm is $20. The fourth false alarm is $35. The fifth and every subsequent false alarm is $50.

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We gladly do fingerprinting for residents of the town. There is no fee and they can be done on any shift. However, you should call before coming down to make sure there is someone available … More

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As required by Massachusetts General Law Chapter 90 section 26, “Every person operating a motor vehicle which is involved in an accident in which any person is killed or injured or in which there is … More

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When 911 is dialed from a residence (not a cellular telephone) it connects to the Sudbury Police Department. In the event you need assistance from the Fire Department, the call will be transferred to our … More

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When you call for help, either by calling 911 or 443-2323 we need the following information: For medical emergencies: 1. What is the exact location of the incident? 2. What is the medical problem with … More

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