The Pelham Neighborhood Police Substation was established in 1996, to improve the quality of life of the residents in Pelham housing development area.
It is a collaborative effort between the Framingham Police Department, the Framingham Housing Authority, and the Pelham Housing Management. Officers are assigned to the substation during both the day and evening shifts. Officers coordinate community meetings with police, management, and the tenants.
Police alerts for the area will appear on this website. Residents of the Pelham neighborhood may visit the substation, can contact the police either calling the substation at 508-620-6811 or by email.
The Framingham Police Department (FPD) "Tripoli Neighborhood Substation" is located at 904 Waverly Street. The Tripoli Neighborhood Substation is one of the locations utilized by the Downtown beat officers and offers additional work space for patrol officers assigned to the area. The FPD Substation encourages neighborhood involvement by offering residents and businesses located on the Southwest side of town with a sustained police presence.
The Tripoli Neighborhood Substation provides the community with meeting space for area organizations wishing to use the location for small group meetings. For questions regarding your eligibility to use the FPD Substation or to schedule a meeting for your group, call Lieutenant Mike Siaba at 508-872-1212 Extension 3212.
The Tripoli Neighborhood Substation is open Monday through Friday 6 a.m. to 8 a.m., 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., and 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. (hours may vary due to appointments). Citizens are encouraged to stop by the substation for crime prevention and community related information. The substation is not occupied at all hours.
Those wishing to file a police report should call 508-872-1212 for an officer to respond. In the event of a emergency or if you are in need of immediate assistance dial 911.