Update: You can apply now through January 18 for the 2022 Municipal Police and MBTA Transit Police Officer exam. Testing begins March 16, 2022. Visit the state's civil service website for more information. You can also download an exam flyer.
Through community policing, we want to be a reflection of the residents we serve. We aim to create a professional culture and inclusive environment that mirrors the best of all of us. Learn more about the history of our department, or visit BPDnews.com for the latest information.
Boston Police Headquarters
One Schroeder PlazaRoxbury Crossing, MA 02120
Public Service Unit COVID-19 office hours
Our office is open Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. We're closed during our lunch hour, from 12 p.m. (noon) – 1 p.m.
A civilian career in law enforcement is a great opportunity to give back to your community through your contributions to the Boston Police. You can search for open positions through the City's Career Center.
Visit the City's Career Center for an updated list of open civilian jobs our department. Positions vary in scope, and in the training or education required.
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We're providing important information and data regarding police interactions with the community.
Want to read the latest news, announcements, and stories from the Boston Police Department? Check out our official website, bpdnews.com.
We also have a Twitter handle, @bostonpolice. We tweet information from BPD News, as well as real-time emergency notifications.
For emergencies, please call 911. We don't monitor our Twitter account.
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