The Tufts University Police Department is headquartered on the Medford/Somerville campus with stations on the Boston and Grafton campuses. The 58 member department is lead by the Director of Public & Environmental Safety.
Tufts Police officers are trained at state recognized law enforcement training academies and through ongoing in-servic ...
The Tufts University Police Department is pleased to offer a re-designed safety service called the Tufts GoSafe, offered for your personal safety.
Statement of Tufts University Regarding Student Struck by Car
November 9, 2012
As many in our community have heard, one of our undergraduates was struck by a car while crossing the intersection of Packard Avenue and Powderhouse Boulevard in Somerville at about 8:30 p.m. yesterday. The student is being treated at Massa ...
An emergency notification system is available on each campus to contact the University Police during a crisis or emergency. Any of the methods described in the associated pages can be used to:
- Report a crime in progress
- Report a fire, explosion or chemical incident
- Report an ill or … ...
Community Policing is a direct expression of our mission statement. The goal of the Tufts University Police Department is to consistently work towards providing an environment that is reasonably safe and secure.
Community policing is a philosophy of policing in which officers work closely with community residents, developing a sense of the ch ...
Developing and maintaining a reasonably safe and secure environment is a responsibility that the University Police take seriously. All department members are dedicated to the Tufts community and to providing proactive measures to help individuals avoid becoming potential targets of crime. Recommendations and programs are an integral part of this pl ...
- Assault 4/25/13 SA13-4-CPM April 26, 2013
- Indecent Exposure 4/21/13 – SA13-3-CPM April 22, 2013
- Unarmed Robbery 2/7/13 SA13-1-CPB February 26, 2013
The Massachusetts Police Accreditation Commission awarded accreditation status to the Tufts University Police Department on June 17, 2005 . The department was re-accredited on January 8, 2009 and most recently on September 29, 2011. The commission voted to make Tufts the eighteenth department in the commonwealth to achieve this prestigious recognition. Tufts remains one of only eight Massachusetts campus law enforcement agencies that are accredited.
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