In partnership with Police Exam Solutions, the Walpole Police Department is pleased to announce we are hosting an upcoming police officer entrance exam on Saturday, October 14, 2017. For complete details on the exam, a list of candidate eligibility requirements, Frequenlty Asked Questions, and to sign-up, please visit our test homepage below:
>> Walpole Police Entrance Exam Test Homepage <<
The construction of the new fire station has begun. As can be imagined, they need some room to work over there, so we have had to make some parking changes. Please see the map below if you are coming to the police station, it will show you where to park (green spaces) and the walking path (green arrows), as well as the handicapped space (white space). We tried to do the best we could to accommodate everyone, and we apologize for any inconvenience.
The 2017 Walpole Junior Police Academy will host two week long programs, which will consist of daily sessions, held Monday through Friday. The Academy will begin at 8:30 a.m. and student officers will be dismissed at 2:30 p.m. Student officers will attend classroom sessions, which will include lectures, role-playing and demonstrations provided by Walpole police officers specializing in areas of law, drug awareness, tactics, crime scene techniques, and first responder skills. Field trips are also part of the curriculum and transportation will be provided. Students will be required to bring their own lunch and snacks daily.
Since the morning schedule will include being organized into formation and physical training activities, including running, student officers must wear comfortable athletic attire and footwear. There is a $25 registration fee, which will include two academy uniform shirts, a cap and water bottle. The shirt and hat shall be uniform of the day while attending the Academy.
Any Walpole resident, who attends a Walpole school, and has completed the 6th grade and is enrolling in either the 7th or 8th grade is eligible to attend.
For more details, or to fill out an application, please click the link below.
We have gone green - Wherever possible the department will make all responses for records requests by email. This includes reports, voice recordings, and photographs. To make it easier, we have streamlined our process for requesting information, it's as easy as 1, 2, 3 !
1 - Simply go to www.walpolepd.com.
2 - Click on > Request Here < in the top left corner.
3 - Complete the form and press the SUBMIT button.
That's it. By making this change, we hope to make it easier for the public to request information, easier for us to respond, and make the entire process more cost effective and efficient for all involved.
* Please keep in mind the law allows 10 days to respond to a request for a report.
We are proud to announce that the Walpole Police Department, alongside Boston Police and 32 other departments nationally have been recognized for their implementation efforts by the Community Orientated Policing Services (COPS) for their work in community policing.
See the .:FULL ARTICLE HERE:.