Welcome to the Lynnfield Police Department’s website!
The Lynnfield Police Department is committed to working in partnership with residents, business owners, and other government agencies in order to maintain public safety and improve the quality of life in Lynnfield. The Lynnfield Police Department’s responsibility is to provide for the safety and security of the citizens of Lynnfield, to protect property, and provide community based services. This website provides some insight into the efforts of the Lynnfield Police Department in serving our Community. We welcome your input.
Thank you for visiting our website and for your interest in the Lynnfield Police Department.
David J. Breen
Chief of Police
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Parking : Please note there is an all night parking restriction from November 1st until April 1st.
Crash Reports : Have you been involved in a motor vehicle collision? Use this link to download a Motor Vehicle Crash Report. Copies of Police Department Crash Reports require a letter of request and a $10 fee.
Firearms : Are you interested in owning a firearm? Please read the current laws and guidelines, then come into the station to speak with Louis Trapasso the firearms officer, or download the application. Note : Applicants must meet all criteria before applications will be accepted.
Animal Control : Report any animal issues to the animal control officer.
Lynnfield is a NEMLEC Community
Take a moment to visit the website at www.nemlec.com and see what partnerships the Lynnfield Police have developed and are involved with. Another related website is their foundation found at www.nemlecfoundation.org.
"Move Over" Law took effect March 21st, 2009.
Passed by the State Legislature on Dec. 22, the law requires that vehicles SLOW DOWN when approaching emergency vehicles ( Police cruisers, Ambulances, Fire Equipment, Highway Department Vehicles, and Wreckers) which are stopped on the side of the road with their emergency lights on. On a roadway with two lanes going the same direction, vehicles are also required to MOVE OVER into the outside lane when approaching these vehicles, if traffic conditions allow. A violation could result in a $100. fine. Remember, when approaching an emergency vehicle with it’s emergency light activated, MOVE OVER, SLOW DOWN. For more information visit www.moveoveramerica.com