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The Worcester Police Dept. [WPD] uses crime reports and the interactive crime map to give residents access to neighborhood level crime incident data in near real time. The WPD also provides a free program with CrimeReports.com to allow Worcester residents to register their private cameras with the police.
Every Sunday, ThisWeekinWorcester.com will provide a map of violent and property crimes calls — as well as any Quality of Life alerts — received by the WPD over the previous week (Sun-Sat).
Below is a map of all calls and alerts to the WPD the Week of April 28-May 4, 2019:
Here are the 5 most-read Crime Stories this past week (4/28-5/4) on ThisWeekinWorcester.com:
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CrimeReports.com is the nation’s largest collection of law enforcement agencies committed to transparency, public access, and citizen engagement.The Worcester Police Department [WPD] uses crime reports and the interactive crime map to give residents access to...
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