The Hanover Police Department is collecting toys for the Toys for Tots program. We are accepting new unwrapped presents to be donated to children in need. The bin for the toys to be dropped off is located in our station’s lobby at 129 Rockland St. Please stop by and drop off a toy for a good cause. For more information visit our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/HanoverPoliceDepartment or give us a follow on Twitter @HanoverPolice.
From the projectoutreachplymouth.com website
Project Outreach is a collaboration of Public Safety Agencies and Healthcare Providers created to respond to the ever growing number of opiate overdoses by conducting follow-up visits within 12-24 hours after an overdose. The program is not limited to those addicted to opiates, it is for everyone impacted by addiction.
Please visit projectoutreachplymouth.com for more information.
Below are forms that can be filled out and submitted to the Office of the Clerk Magistrate at the Hingham District Court or any District Court whose jurisdiction where you may reside. These documents will be reviewed by a Judge and Medical Clinician who will determine a course of action and will in most cases issue a Court Order for an individual to be committed for Court Ordered Treatment for a specific period of time. This can be done without the services of an attorney.
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On Saturday December 12 2015 the Hanover Police Department members along with members of the Hanover Fire Department and U.S Marine Corps Reserve will be at the Hanover Mall collecting toys for the Toys for Tots program. This years theme will be #fillthecruiser. Members of all three organization will be at the mall from 3pm to 9pm accepting new unwrapped presents to be donated to children in need. This event could not happen without local resident and business donations to the Hanover Police Relief Association, the Hanover Firefighter IAFFL2726 and our corporate donations from The Hanover Mall and Walmart. Uniformed members of the police and fire departments will be located inside the mall outside of Walmart.
Please stop by and drop off a toy for a good cause. For more information visit our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/HanoverPoliceDepartment or give us a follow on Twitter @HanoverPolice. We look forward to seeing you for a great cause.
Last years Toys for Tots event was hugely successful and we thank all that participated and that were involved. These are a few photos from last year’s event. We’ll see you again this year!
Massachusetts Law requiring all firearms license holders and gun owners to report all firearms transactions through the Massachusetts Gun Transaction Portal
Massachusetts law now requires allfirearms license holders and gun owners to report all personal sales, transfers, and surrenders of firearms through the Massachusetts Gun Transaction Portal.Paper FA-10 forms will no longer be accepted for the above purposes.
The Portal is available via the internet at https://mircs.chs.state.ma.us/fa10.
Firearms Records Bureau
The Hanover Police Department received a report Sunday afternoon (03/16/2014) that an adult female had been assaulted while running on the Colby Phillips walking trail located on Pleasant Street.
The Police Department responded and conducted a thorough search of the area. No suspects were located. The Police Department has increased patrols in the area of the reported assault.
The suspects are described as follows:
Suspect #1: White male approximately 5″10″ with a large muscular build. He was wearing a dark colored hoodie, light grey sweat pants and his face was covered. he was wearing a gold necklace and described as having a heavy tan line on his neck.
Suspect #2: White male approximately 6’2″ muscular build. He was wearing a dark colored baseball style hat with a white emblem of “CG”. Dark colored sweat pants, white running shoes with red laces, very pale skin & freckles on his hands.
No motor vehicle was observed in the area.
The Hanover Police Department continues to investigate this incident. There will be increased patrols assigned to the area.
Please contact the Hanover Police Department at 9-1-1 if you have any information you believe may be helpful.