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Jailhouse Barbecue is this Saturday from 11am-2pm. Come down to the PD and spend your afternoon with us! ... See MoreSee Less

Saturday, September 5th from 11am-2pm is the annual Harwich Police Association Jailhouse Barbecue. In addition to a free barbecue, come and meet your Police Officers, look at and sit in our cruisers, motorcycle, and ATV's. We will also be taking "mugshots", there will be a dunk tank featuring Dunk-a-Cop, and an inflatable obstacle course for kids. The Jailhouse Barbecue has been a very successful community event and we invite everyone to come down and spend part of your day with us!

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The 19th session of the Harwich Police Departments Citizens Police Academy starts September 17. Classes are held at the Harwich Police Department on Thursday nights from 6pm-9pm.

Members of the HPD will introduce students to a variety of topics to include Patrol Tactics, Accident Investigations, Drug investigations, Use of Force, and Community Policing. All students also ride along with on duty Police Officers and there is a range day where students can shoot our department issued firearms.

Applications are available at the HPD and we are still looking for new recruits!
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In the past 5 days we have lost 6 Police Officers who were killed in the line of duty. The deaths bring the number of officers killed to 16 in August and 83 for the year.

These officers were killed while serving and protecting their communities. Please keep the officers, their familes, and the communities they serve in your thoughts.
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