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The Holyoke Police Department is working very hard to reduce crime and impact violence in this industrious Western Massachusetts city.  The outstanding efforts of the men and women of the police department have resulted in a reduction in crime over the last two years.  Through the use of innovative initiatives and working with other city, state and federal agencies, the District Attorney’s office, and the United States Attorney’s office, the Holyoke Police Department has impacted crime and enhanced the quality of life of our residents. 

Under the direction of Mayor Alex B. Morse and the City Council, the members of the Holyoke Police Department are making Holyoke a safer place to live, work, and visit. Thank you for visiting our web site and our city.

   
James M. Neiswanger, Chief of Police
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Grant Notification

\The City of Holyoke is eligible to receive a direct award of $38,062 from the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant issued by the Office of Justice Programs of the U. S. Department of Justice. Funding from this grant can only be used for improving aspects of our local criminal justice system. It is the intention of the Holyoke Police Department to use the Justice Assistance Grant to purchase police equipment that will improve officer safety and enhance our Community Policing and Traffic programs, which will strengthen the Holyoke Police Department’s mission to “Serve and Protect.” Comments may be e-mailed to capt.febo@holyokepd.org or mailed to the Holyoke Police Department, 138 Appleton Street, Holyoke, MA 01040, Attention: Captain Manuel Febo, on or before June 10, 2014.

2014 Life Saving Click It Or Ticket Mobilization Begins

  Holyoke, MaDuring the month of May, the Holyoke police department will be teaming up with Massachusetts State Police and more than 133 local police departments state-wide to crack-down on motorists who are not buckling up.   Holyoke will be taking part in the national Click It Or Ticket (CIOT) seat belt enforcement mobilization which is federally funded through the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security’s Highway Safety Division.

“Memorial Day traditionally kicks off the busy summer driving season,” said Holyoke Police Lieutenant James Albert. “Safety belts and properly installed child safety seats are your best defense against drunk, aggressive and distracted drivers, as well as your own mistakes.”  Beginning May 19th through June 1st, 2014, law enforcement officials will be out in full force looking for safety belt violators.

In Massachusetts in 2012, an estimated 50 lives could have been saved if everyone wore their seat belts. Statistics also show that passenger vehicle occupants are buckling up more during the day, but not enough at night.  While Massachusetts data is still being compiled, nationally, nighttime drivers are less likely to buckle up compared to daytime drivers. 10,480 passenger vehicle occupants were killed in motor vehicle traffic crashes at night (6 p.m. to 5:59 a.m.) in 2012.  Of those killed in nighttime crashes, 55 percent were not wearing seat belts (compared to 41 percent of occupants killed during daytime hours of 6 a.m. to 5:59 p.m.).

As part of the day or night CIOT kickoff, at 6:00pm on May 19th, state and local police departments (including Holyoke) will join law enforcement agencies across the East Coast in mobilizing the CIOT “Border to Border” Operation which aims to provide increased seat belt enforcement at State Borders, sending a ‘zero tolerance’ message to the public: driving or riding unbuckled will result in a ticket, no matter what state, no matter what time.

“Seat belts save thousands of lives every year, but far too many motorists are still not buckling up, especially at night when the risk of getting in a crash is even greater, “said

Lt. Albert.  We want to make this the safest summer possible.  Buckling up is not optional; it’s the difference between life and death in a crash.  That’s why we’re out enforcing the law.  Click It Or Ticket, every time, day or night.”

For more information, please visit www.mass.gov/highwaysafety  

Our "CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER" Officer Joey L. Jones can be contacted via e-mail at off.jones@holyokepd.org. Officer Jones is a direct liaison with the Holyoke Board of Health and is working diligently on quality of life issues within the City of Holyoke.

The Holyoke Police department has partnered with the website "GetCrashReports.Com" which will allow anyone involved in a reported crash within the City limits to obtain a copy of their crash report on-line. Effective April 22, 2013,  we are submitting our crash reports.. A convenient link has been added to this page. Please take a look at the site.

                                  James M. Neiswanger, Chief of Police

                                       


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