NORTHAMPTON MASSACHUSETTS POLICE DEPARTMENT

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Detective Bureau

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One of the most critical police functions is the investigation of criminal offenses. The objective of the police investigation is the successful identification, apprehension and prosecution of criminal offenders. The major purpose of the criminal investigation is to gather information.

The ultimate success or failure of this police effort is closely related to the immediate response and the police action taken at the time the crime is first brought to their attention.

A Detective is an officer assigned to further investigate and prosecute felonies and such misdemeanors as require extended investigations.

The Northampton Police Department Detective Bureau is also responsible for a number of other police services. You may contact individual members of the Detective Bureau by phone or via email using the links below.

The Detective Bureau is currently staffed with five Detectives, one Detective Sergeant and one Detective Lieutenant.

 

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Det. Lieutenant

Alan Borowski    

(413) 587-1177

Det. Sergeant

Victor Caputo

(413) 587-1178

                                                                                                                            
 Det. Peter Fappiano - (413) 587-1126

   Det. Corey Robinson - (413) 587-1125

 Det. Michael Briggs - (413) 587-1133

 Det. Patrick Moody - (413) 587-1122

                                                                                    Det. Andrew Kohl - (413) 587-1155

 Frequently Asked Questions- Detective Bureau

FAQ's- Firearms

FAQ's- Sex Offender Information

Detective Bureau Links

Massachusetts Sex Offender Registry Board

Contact us

Northampton Police Department: 29 Center Street, Northampton MA 01060

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

REPORT AN INCIDENT ONLINE

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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