Message From the Chief

The Framingham Police Department is charged with protecting and serving those who live, work, and travel in Framingham. The department accomplishes its mission by establishing partnerships with the community, using innovative problem-solving approaches, and recognizing the value of strong leadership and organizational accountability.

Anti-Discrimination Statement

The Framingham Police Department does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, and age in the delivery of services or employment practices. Because the Framingham Police Department receives grant funding, if you feel that you have been discriminated against by the Framingham Police Department, in addition to filing a complaint with the Chief of Police and the City of Framingham, you can file a discrimination complaint with the Office of Grants and Research within the Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPPS).

Lateral Transfers

The City of Framingham Police Department is a professional, accredited law enforcement agency dedicated to providing superior service to our community. We are currently searching for highly motivated, experienced Police Officers for lateral transfer to this department. You must hold current Massachusetts Civil Service, Full-Time Police Officer status to be eligible for this position. If you possess unquestionable integrity, sound judgment, excellent oral and written communication skills, and problem solving ability, we can offer you a rewarding career move. We have immediate openings, pending successful completion of our extensive selection process. If you are interested in joining our team, please forward your resume or questions to Lieutenant Sean Riley at the Framingham Police Department. sdr@framinghamma.gov or call (508)532-5903

BJA FY '17 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program

Chief Ferguson and the Framingham Police Department have applied for the Edward Byrne Memorial, Justice Assistance Grant program with the Bureau of Justice Administration FY-17. This grant would assist in the purchase of a Handheld Narcotics Analyzer for the Framingham Police.

Applicant: Framingham Police Department - Framingham, Massachusetts

Title of Project: 2017 Combating Drug Trafficking in Framingham, MA

Goals and Deliverables of Project: The major goals and deliverables of this initiative are to improve the quality of life, safety, and security of all residents, visitors, and police officers in the city of Framingham. Drug trafficking, especially disguised hazardous drugs, is not only a threat to the Framingham community but also to the safety and wellness of the Framingham Police officers who deal with the trafficked drugs. Funds from this grant would be utilized to purchase a TruNarc Handheld Narcotics Analyzer device for the Framingham Police Department.