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Cyber Bully

Be aware of what your kids are doing online. Learn the warning signs of a potential cyber bully.

Wireless Alerts

With more devices than Americans, emergency personnel view mobile devices as important communications tools to alert people as soon as possible that their lives or property are seriously at risk.  

Pulled Over?

What to do if you are pulled over. The first question that a police officer hears from a motorist during a stop is usually, "Why did you stop me?"

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CARFAX Accident Reports

The Abington Police Department continues to make customer service a priority by now offering copies of accident reports on-line.
Our department has teamed up with CARFAX to offer you on-line accident reports.  Many times it’s an inconvenience for people to have to come to our police station to get copies of reports, so this will allow you and your insurance company to download copies of your accident report instantly to your computer, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year!   In order to offer this convenient service there is a fee.  CARFAX will charge you $7 to download a copy.  CARFAX will keep $5 for processing and $2 will go back into the Town of Abington’s general fund.

We look at this as a way to add convenience to your busy lives, generate some revenue for the town and allow our records clerk to do more with less.   If you wish to not pay a fee, that’s fine also.  You can still get a copy of your accident reports free of charge if you walk into the station.  Our records department is open Mon-Fri, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

To order your on-line reports click on this link www.crashdocs.org/ma-cityofabington
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All applicants will be considered without regard to sex, race, color, religion, national origin,
age, and marital or veteran status, the presence of a non-job related medical condition or handicap,
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