Truro Police Department

344 Route 6 / P.O. Box 995 / Truro, Massachusetts / 02666

phone (508) 487-8730 / fax (508) 487-8736



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Happy 4th of July!

From 2005-2014, there have been 785 major fire and explosion incidents involving illegal fireworks reported to the Massachusetts Fire Incident Reporting System (MFIRS).  In this same time, 49 people were treated at Massachusetts emergency rooms for severe burn injuries from fireworks (burns covering 5% or more of the body) according to the Massachusetts Burn Reporting System (M-BIRS). Nearly two-thirds of these victims were children and youths under the age of 25.

MGL Chapter 148, S. 39 states that it is illegal for private citizens to use, possess, or sell fireworks in Massachusetts, or to purchase them legally elsewhere and then transport them into the state. The law prohibits any article designed to produce a visible or audible effect. The possession, use, and cause to explode fireworks is punishable by a $100 fine, and confiscation of the fireworks.

Any violator shall be issued a Massachusetts Uniform Citation charging the violator with Ch 148 S. 39, possession of fireworks, and fined $100. The seizure of fireworks is mandatory.

The Truro Police Department would like everyone to have a fun, safe 4th of July so please, enjoy the many displays of fireworks supervised by local fire departments and conducted by licensed professionals.





A resident of Truro reported to us today that she received a call from someone identifying themselves as a member of the Truro Police Department and asked for a donation. PLEASE be aware that the Truro Police Association never conducts telephone or door to door fundraising, nor do we contract with any services that do so. A donation letter sent out in February is the only way we raise money for the projects we do.


The Massachusetts Police Association IS soliciting donations by phone. They are conducting their fundraiser and asking for support by purchasing tickets to a baseball clinic. This is a legitimate fundraiser. It has no affiliation with the Truro Police Association.



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Contact Information



      Truro Police Department

      344 Route 6

      P.O. Box 995

      Truro, Massachusetts 02666

      (508) 487-8730

      Department Members Email

      Town of Truro Contact Information








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Crime prevention cannot be achieved by the police alone.  Professional law enforcement officers must work hand-in-hand with the public to fight crime and neighborhood disorder throughout our communities. So, we depend heavily on your assistance in reporting crimes to the police.

If you have information regarding a crime and would like to report this information to the Truro Police Department,  please call or send an email to our detective division.   Your tip will be completely anonymous.  We do not track or collect any information not submitted within the email.

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