A link to the Department of Public Safety's Amusement website.
This section provides information on criminal offender record checks as well as information on how to check to see if there are registered sex offenders in your neighborhood.
Links to sprinkler, elevator, boiler, construction and accessibility information.
The Department of Fire Services has information on a wide variety of fire safety topics to help the public keep themselves and their families safe from fire. Fire is always unexpected, but often preventable. The Fire Safety Topics and Pamphlets webpage has links to a list of short web pages and easy-to-read pamphlets.
The Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force Program was created to help Federal, State, and local law enforcement agencies enhance their investigative response to offenders who use the Internet, online communication systems, or other computer technology to sexually exploit children.
An emergency alert system that helps recover abducted children.
Find detailed information on racial profiling and sexual and domestic violence.
The Executive Office of Public Safety and Security takes hate crimes seriously. Massachusetts passed the Hate Crimes Reporting Act in 1991, and charged the Secretary of Public Safety with gathering hate crime reports annually from all state, local and campus police departments and other law-enforcement agencies. ( M.L.G. c. 22c § 32). From this page, you will be able to learn the legal definition of a hate crime, access the annual hate crime reports, and get information about what you can do if you believe that you are a victim of a hate crime.
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This topic area details how to obtain information on sex offenders, information for sex offenders and a list of wanted high risk sex offenders from the State Police.
Find information on initiatives such as Click It or Ticket, Drunk Driving-Over the Limit-Under Arrest, and Road Respect as well as child passenger safety, teen driving safety, and more.