My organization just had an event where we collected a substantial amount of money. The HUPD maintains a safe deposit box at the front desk of police headquarters at 1033 Massachusetts Avenue, sixth floor. The money can be brought in any time but can be retrieved only during normal business hours, Monday through Friday. Before coming in to retrieve your money, please call (49) 5-1786 to determine that someone is available to retrieve the money from the safe.
No. In the interest of maintaining community members' privacy, the HUPD does not disseminate incident reports to the general public. Because the HUPD is a private police agency, it is not required under the Commonwealth of Massachusetts' Public Record Law to disseminate police reports to the public. The University's Office of the General Counsel has authorized the HUPD to provide both theft and accident victims copies of incident reports in order to submit them to their insurance companies when making a claim for reimbursement. If you are a theft victim or have been involved in a motor...
No. The HUPD does not write letters stating that a student has not been arrested. Persons who need to provide a prospective employer with a document demonstrating that they have not been arrested while attending school need to request a copy of their criminal record from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Criminal History Systems Board.
I need to get my fingerprints taken for a summer internship. Yes. Students, faculty, and staff may get their fingerprints taken on Monday, Thursday, and Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and on Tuesday and Wednesday from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. (please call 617-495-1796 to ensure that someone is available to take your prints). The cost of fingerprinting is $10 per card (no credit cards will be accepted, only cash or check). The fingerprint cards should be filled out in black ink prior to your arrival at HUPD, and you must present a valid photo ID before being fingerprinted.