Welcome To The Holyoke Police Department!
We have been working very hard to reduce crime and impact violence in this industrious and great Western Massachusetts city. The outstanding efforts of the men and women of the police department have resulted in a reduction in crime over the last two years.
Expansion of our bike patrol and foot patrols, new community policing substations in different neighborhoods, and a new K-9 unit in the city along with our narcotics division, have a combined effort towards our launch of what we call a 'mobile community policing unit'.
Through the use of innovative initiatives and working with other city, state and federal agencies, the District Attorney’s office, and the United States Attorney’s office, the Holyoke Police Department has impacted crime and enhanced the quality of life of our residents.
Under the direction of Mayor Alex B. Morse and the City Council, the members of the Holyoke Police Department are making Holyoke a safer place to live, work, and visit.
Let us all work together to provide a safer Holyoke!
James M. Neiswanger, Chief of Police
Please visit the City of Holyoke Police Department website for more information.
Public Safety: Under the new leadership of Mayor Alex Morse and Police Chief James Neiswange, the Holyoke Police Department has seen the evolution of community policing at the Holyoke Police Department. Over...
The Executive Office of Public Safety and Security’s Highway Safety Division is launching a public awareness campaign to discourage citizens of the Commonwealth from driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, particularly during the holidays.
That’s why State Highway Safety Offices are working with their state and local law enforcement partners this holiday season to apprehend drunk drivers and remind all drivers to Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over.
This PSA will run from December 22-December 31, 2014 on major news channels.
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138 Appleton Street
Holyoke, MA 01040 Map
(413) 532-7583 (fax)
8:30 - 4:30 pm
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Posted on January 24, 2013 by EileenP