In accordance with Massachusetts General Law, the following unclaimed and abandoned property will be destroyed or sold by means of an online auction by the online police auction website PropertyRoom.com beginning on or after March 1, 2021.
LIST OF ITEMS: Click here >>: Unclaimed Property :<<
The items to be auctioned are in as-is condition and are in no way guaranteed or under warranty by the Walpole Police Department or the Town of Walpole. Any person who believes they may have unclaimed property being held by the Walpole Police Department (or is currently up for auction) should immediately contact Detective Sergeant Ian Tolland during business hours at 508-668-1212 to determine if they have a claim to the property. Proof of ownership will be required.
Beginning the week of February 8th the Walpole Health Department will be holding COVID19 vaccine clinics at the COA Building (60 South Street) twice a week. Clinics will be held every Tuesday and Thursday. There will be two clinics on each day, one from 9am-11am and the other from 2pm-4pm. These clinics will follow the states COVID19 phased approach regarding who will be eligible to attend such clinics (https://www.mass.gov/info-details/when-can-i-get-the-covid-19-vaccine). Online sign-up links for these clinics will become available the week of Feb 1st and will be accessible on the Walpole Town Website as well as other town media platforms. The Walpole Health Department has worked closely with our COA Director, Kerri McManama to assure that those interested seniors will be made aware of our upcoming clinics. Any senior needing assistance completing their registration, when the time comes, will be able to contact the COA directly for assistance.
*Please note these scheduled clinics are subject to change depending on vaccine availability.
Those eligible to receive the vaccine can also visit https://www.mass.gov/info-details/covid-19-vaccination-locations-for-ind... to find other locations that are also offering the COVID19 vaccine should you be unable to attend a clinic located in Walpole.
In an effort to continue our public safety partnership with citizens and businesses, the Walpole Police Department is offering a security camera registration program. The Walpole Camera Registry Program allows residents and business owners to voluntarily register the locations of their video surveillance systems with the Walpole Police Department. When a crime occurs, police will be able to identify the locations of nearby video cameras to obtain potential video surveillance. If necessary, police would ask Walpole Camera Registry Program participants to check their private video surveillance systems for a specific date and time for video that may show activity involved with a crime, and, if they so choose, participants can voluntarily provide copies of video footage to police for investigative purposes.
See the registration form here for full details .: CAMERA REGISTRATION FORM :.
The Town of Walpole has a telephone Emergency Notification System. We use this system to notify residents and business owners in emergency situations, as deemed necessary. As such, if you receive a call from the Town of Walpole, the Walpole Fire, Police, Health or Public Works Departments, please listen to the message carefully.
This system also has the capability to contact you through the following options: your listed home or business phone or your cell. At this time, emergency notification will only be made to your listed home or business address. If you would like to add an unlisted phone number, your cell phone or both, please follow the link below to the Town of Walpole website, and follow the instructions on the screen.
Please do not hesitate to contact the Town Hall (508-660-7289) with any questions you may have.
We have gone green - Wherever possible the department will make all responses for records requests by email. This includes reports, voice recordings, and photographs. To make it easier, we have streamlined our process for requesting information, it's as easy as 1, 2, 3 !
1 - Simply go to www.walpolepd.com.
2 - Click on > Request Here < in the top left corner.
3 - Complete the form and press the SUBMIT button.
That's it. By making this change, we hope to make it easier for the public to request information, easier for us to respond, and make the entire process more cost effective and efficient for all involved.
* Please keep in mind the law allows 10 days to respond to a request for a report.