About the Somerville Police Department (SPD)

Visit the Somerville Police department's website, SomervillePD.com, to:

 

  • Police Surveillance Cameras

  • Neighborhood Policing

  • Reports

As surveillance technology use grows nationally, the City of Somerville has joined 19 U.S. cities and two states working with the ACLU to protect individual rights while preserving public safety. On Oct. 4, with the full support of the Somerville Police Department, Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone signed the Executive Policy on Surveillance Technology, which is believed to be the first such policy implemented in the Commonwealth.

Please Note: Camera locations are approximate. Last updated 10/1/2019 at 12:34 p.m.

25 Highland Ave. #1 Active
25 Highland Ave. #2 Active
90 Washington St. Active
Assembly Sq. Bridge Active
Assembly Sq. Rotary Active
Beacon St. @ Washington St. Inactive
Broadway @ Boston Ave. Active
Broadway @ Cedar St. Active
Broadway @ McGrath Hwy. Active
Buena Vista Bike Path #1 Active
Buena Vista Bike Path #2 Inactive
Cedar St. @ Morrison Ave. ( Across From Boston Ave.) Active
City Hall - High School Active
City Hall - Stairs Active
Cross St. @ Everett St. Active
Cutter Sq. Active
Davis Sq. #1 ( College Ave. @ Highland Ave.) Active
Davis Square #2 (Highland Ave., College Ave. @ Holland St.) Active
Gilman St. @ Walnut St. Active
Highland Ave. @ Cedar St. Active
Highland Ave. @ Willow Ave. Active
Holland St. @ Newbury St. Active
Magoun Sq. Municipal lot Active
Mount Vernon St. @ Broadway Active
14 Broadway Active
Otis St. & Edmand St. Active
Otis Park Inside Active
Otis Park Entrance Active
Powder House Rotary Active
Broadway @ Temple St. Active
Thorndike St #1 - Bike Path Active
Thorndike St. #2 - Bike Path entrance Active
Union Sq. - Somerville Ave. Near SCATV Building Active
Washington St. @ McGrath Hwy. Active
Washington St. @ Tufts St. Active
Washington St. @ Tufts Active

 

The goal of neighborhood policing is to encourage increased interaction between residents and police officers so that issues and concerns may be addressed before they become real problems or crimes. Neighborhood policing means stronger relationships and increased trust between residents and the police officers who serve and protect them. In order to better serve the residents of Somerville the City invested in two neighborhood police substations: an East Substation and a West Substation.

 


Looking to report a crime or motor vehicle accident?

Visit www.SomervillePD.com to submit an anonymous tip, submit and retrieve crash repor†s, and more.