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Records Bureau



 The Records Bureau is comprised of three full-time, civilian personnel. Members of the Records Bureau are responsible for a wide variety of duties including:

  1. Disseminate reports to the public, courts, insurance companies and others
  2. Accounts payable for the Department
  3. Order office and building supplies
  4. Quality control of all paperwork including citations, reports, forms, offense reports, etc.
  5. Provide crime reporting data to Boston
  6. Issue permits
  7. Schedule crossing guards
  8. Manage outside details
  9. Bill for alarms

The Records Bureau is open Monday through Friday from 8AM-4PM and is closed weekends and holidays. They may be contacted directly at 587-1106.

You may call the Records Bureau during business hours and someone will be happy to assist you or answer any questions that you may have. For your convenience we have also included a list of some of the most frequently asked questions. 

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Individuals who are victims of or witnesses to crimes that have been perpetrated by an undocumented citizen have a right, through the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, to be notified regarding a detainee's release from custody.  Those people who are seeking notification of release may click on the following link:

Homeland Security Investigations, Victim Notification Program 


   FAQ's- Records Bureau

Records Personnel

Jane Lawnicki
Supervisor of Records

Maureen O'Donnell
Principle Clerk

Julie Gaudreau
Senior Clerk

Records Links

Walk In Report Form
Emergency Notification Form
Official Notice of Trespass Form
Request for Property Security Check
Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) Personal Request Form
Parade Permit Application
Ride Along Program Application

Records Bureau Links

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Contact us

Northampton Police Department: 29 Center Street, Northampton MA 01060

  • Emergencies: 911
  • Business Line: 413-587-1100
  • Fax: 413-587-1137


NPD no longer accepts reports online. Any questions, concerns, or reports of criminal activity should be reported to our dispatch center at 587-1100.


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