The Brookline Police Department Honor represents the Brookline Police Department at funerals, parades, ceremonial functions, and other special events and serves at the discretion of the Chief of Police. The Honor Guard will represents the Brookline Police Department at events on the local, state, and national level. The Brookline Police Department Honor Guard and its members strive to represent the highest standards of integrity, professionalism, and dedication to duty. For more information, please email Officer Reardon at firstname.lastname@example.org
On September 19, 2013, The Brookline Police Department was 45th in the state to receive state accreditation from the Massachusetts Police Accreditation Commission.
Accreditation is a self-initiated evaluation process by which police departments strive to meet and maintain standards that have been established for the profession, by the profession. These carefully selected standards reflect critical areas of police management, operations, and technical support activities. They cover areas such as policy development, emergency response planning, training, communications, property and evidence handling, use of force, vehicular pursuit, prisoner transportation and holding facilities. The program not only sets standards for the law enforcement profession, but also for the delivery of police services to citizens of the commonwealth. For more information, click here.
Crime In Brookline
*Year to date stats reflect year from 1/1/14-2/16/14
To learn more about the "See Somthing, Say Something" anti-terrorism public awareness compaign, please visit the Department of Homeland Security website.
2013 Year End Report
Throughout 2013, the Brookline Police Department continued to provide the highest caliber of police services to the citizens of Brookline. Through proactive policing and deployment, Department-wide problem solving efforts, advanced training for our officers and the innovative use of technology, we have seen great successes in the prevention and resolution of crime and disorder problems in the community.
For further information on these reports, please contact our crime analysis unit at (617) 730-2734.
Brookline Police Manual
The entire Brookline Police Manual is now available online to the public by clicking here.
This manual includes the department's rules and regulations, a description of duties by rank and assignment, and policies and procedures.
New Resident Information
The Brookline Blue View is a new publication for all residents, especially college students residing in Brookline. This publication outlines information about Brookline, town by-laws and procedures that are important to know when living in Brookline. The new Nuisance By-Law can also be read here.
Car Seat Information
Did you know more than 80% of car seats are installed incorrectly? The BPD has certified Child Seat Safety Technicians who can inspect/install car seats by appointment only. Please call (617) 730-2603 to make an appointment, or click here to use our online scheduling system.
For more information on MA Child Passenger Safety Laws please visit