The Records Division is responsible for maintaining all department records, acting as the department liaison to the District Court System, firearms licensing, and responding to all public records requests in accordance with Massachusetts General Law.
Records access Officer
The following person has been designated as the Records Access Officer for the Webster Police Department pursuant to the Public Records Law. All Public Records requests should be directed to this person using the contact information provided below. Public Records Requests may be made in-person, via fax, mail or electronic mail. Public Records Requests are no longer taken via telephone.
357 Main Street
Webster, MA 01570
Phone: 508-943-1212, ext. 3005
Monday - Friday
7 a.m. - 3 p.m..
Requests for Records can be submitted by downloading the Report Request Form (PDF) and delivering to the Webster Police Department or by completing the electronic form.
All records requests will be delivered via email unless otherwise pre-arranged with Records Bureau Staff. A valid and legible email address is REQUIRED.
Persons requesting records may be charged a reasonable fee for search and segregation costs and / or associated costs with reproduction of records. No fees will be assessed without having received a good faith estimate of costs.
Accident Reports are also available for online download from BuyCrash (note that there is an additional service fee for using BuyCrash.com.)