RANDOLPH — Chief William Pace reports that the Randolph Police Department will be limiting access to the public at its police station as a precautionary measure against the coronavirus, and would like to assure residents that the level of service provided by the department will not change.
The Randolph Police Department will continue to respond to all emergencies. However, the department will be limiting access to the police station to outside visitors for non-emergency, walk-in business until further notice.
As always, please call 911 for any emergency.
Residents are asked to contact the police business line at 781-963-1212 for general non-emergency matters or questions. Contact methods for specific matters are outlined below:
- Residents who would like to request a report can email [email protected]. Please provide your name, address, date of birth, phone number, email and the date and location of the incident. Fax requests can be sent to 781-961-0970.
- Parking tickets can be paid online at parkingticketpayment.com/randolph or by phone at 866-980-5363. Payments can also be paid via mail with a check or money order. Mail the payment to Randolph Police Parking Clerk, 41 South Main St. The town hall drop-off box can also be used for check or money order payments.
- Reports regarding bank, credit card or identity matters can be placed over the phone at 781-963-1212.
- Lost or stolen items can be reported via a form on the department’s site and then faxed to 781-961-0968. Reports can also be made via phone at 781-963-1212.
“This proactive approach will limit the risk of coronavirus exposure to our personnel and is meant to enhance the practice of social distancing,” Chief Pace said. “We thank our community members for their continued cooperation.”