The Walpole Police Department handles a wide variety of applications and permits, and requires forms to be completed for such requests as asking for a copy of a police report. To make this process easier, we have included these forms here. Many can be opened and completed right on the computer, and then printed out. Others must be printed and completed in writing. Either way, you can download these forms right from home by clicking on the links below.
Click the link below to request a police report.
NOTE: if you are requesting an accident report, you MUST first complete, and submit the Registry of Motor Vehicles Crash Form, which can be found here:
Whether you are looking for an FID card or a License To Carry a Firearm, everyone has to start in the same place; this application.
Traffic Service Request Forms are used to request enforcement by the Walpole Police Department related to speeding vehicles or problem traffic areas. These forms can be mailed or dropped off at the police station.
This form was created so residents can notify us of an upcoming vacation, and our officers can be aware that your home will be unoccupied for an extended period of time. We can then swing by and check to see that your house is secure while you are away. Print out the form below, complete it, and you can mail or hand deliver it to the police station.
In accordance with the Town of Walpole by-laws, every solicitor must register with the Walpole Police Department.
Alzheimer's Association: Safe Return Program
The family of those with a history of wandering can fill out this form and submit it to the Walpole Police Department. We can then put it on file, and will have updated information at our fingertips in the event of a missing person.
Records Access Officer
If you have any questions about how to access public records from the Walpole Police Department, or if you need assistance in seeking public records, you can contact:
972 Main Street
Walpole, MA 02081
Public Records Guidelines (to be completed by July 1, 2017)