Wrentham Police Social Network

Wrentham Police Department is now using three online resources:




"The potential is limitless. We now have the ability to not only inform the public of what is happening in their community, as it is happening, but we can also ask the public for help with investigations that directly affect them."
        Chief James E. Anderson

See full article in the Sun Chronicle. "Wrentham Police Recruit Social Network"

Wrentham Public Safety
Emergency Notification System
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December 10, 2010 - Wrentham Police and Fire Departments are now live with a new emergency notification system powered by Nixle.com.  Nixle is a secure communication platform that allows local police and fire departments, municiple governments and their agencies to connect with residents of their community. This system will allow the Wrentham Public Safety to send out e-mail and/or cell phone text messages to all registered persons regarding major events or emergencies that may affect persons living or working in Wrentham.  In order for you to receive these messages you need to register with Nixle.com.  Nixle is FREE and SECURE.  Click >HERE< to read more and to sign up.

Click It or Ticket

Clickit or Ticket Campaign

Since safety belts reduce the risk of death or serious injury in a motor vehicle crash by up to 50%, we can improve highway safety in Massachusetts by getting more people to buckle up with Click It or Ticket Click >HERE< for more information.


Profiles - Wrentham, MA (02093)

Click >> HERE << for a detailed profile of the Town of Wrentham, (houses, apartments, residents, real estate, income, jobs, etc...) 
Provided by City-Data.com

Help Identify Unknown Suspects

The MassMostWanted.org web site was created in June of 2002 to aid in the identification of unknown subjects by disseminating photographs taken during crimes.  Help identify suspects of crimes in Wrentham as well as other communities in Massachusetts. 



Website for/about Police Officers.  This site provides news about law enforcement throughout the country.  Visit www.Officer.com


This website has on-line forms and applications located in the "Downloads" menu above.  All forms require Adobe Sytems' Adobe Acrobat Reader.  Click on the icon to download a FREE copy.

Questions or Suggestions

Contact the Webmaster at webmaster@police.wrentham.ma.us


New Massachusetts Laws

New 'Mobile Phone & Texting' Statute

Effective September 30, 2010 a new statute became effective limiting the use of cell phones by vehicle operators under the age of 18 as well as 'texting' by any vehicle operator. Click >HERE< for description.

New 'Move Over' Statute

In Massachusetts the Move Over Law aims to make police, firefighters, paramedics, tow truck drivers, and all roadside emergency and maintenance professionals safer on the job. The Move Over Law, which took effect March 22, 2009, requires drivers approaching a stationary emergency or maintenance vehicle with flashing lights to move to the next adjacent lane if it is safe to do so, and, barring that, to reduce their speed.  Click >HERE< to see the full statute.  For quick video of law.. click >HERE<


New Law - Bullying and Cyberbullying

“Bullying”, the repeated use by one or more students of a written, verbal or electronic expression or a physical act or gesture or any combination thereof, directed at a victim..... For the purposes of this section, bullying shall include cyber-bullying."  For additional information on this new law click on the link beow.

Acts 2010 CHAPTER 92 AN ACT RELATIVE TO BULLYING IN SCHOOLS. Approved by the Governor, May 3, 2010

New Law - CHAPTER 258E
Harassment Prevention Order

“Harassment”, 3 or more acts of willful and malicious conduct aimed at a specific person committed with the intent to cause fear, intimidation, abuse or damage to property and that does in fact cause fear, intimidation, abuse or damage to property. (This law applies to juveniles and adults, whether related or not.)

Acts 2010 CHAPTER 23 AN ACT RELATIVE TO HARASSMENT PREVENTION ORDERS. Approved by the Governor, February 9, 2010


Legislation signed in August of 2010 (Ch. 202 of the Acts of 2010) brings significant changes to Massachusetts Recreation Vehicle Laws.

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