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Public Records and Transcript Requests 

Learn how to request public records from the Municipal Police Training Committee.

Request an Exemption or Temporary Waiver 

A person appointed to serve as a full-time police officer in Massachusetts may be granted an exemption, in whole or part, from the full-time police academy training requirement in certain limited circumstances.

Highway Safety Training 

There are various options for highway safety training in areas such as crash reconstruction, speed measurement, impaired driving enforcement, and many others.

Committee Meeting Minutes 

The Municipal Police Training Committee maintains and documents its meetings in accordance with the Commonwealth's Open Meeting Law requirements.

Entry-level Police Academy Training 

Prior to exercising police powers in the Commonwealth, individuals must successfully complete the prescribed course of study for basic police training authorized by Municipal Police Training Committee.

In-Service Training Schedules 

Training Year 2020 - 2021 In-Service training requirement for all sworn municipal, University of Massachusetts and environmental police officers (full-time and reserve/intermittent).

Legal Issues Updates 

Updates for cases and legislation that affect policing in Massachusetts

Medical Oversight and Education 

The Municipal Police Training Committee receives medical oversight for the training provided to the Commonwealth’s police officers.

Specialized Training 

The MPTC offers focused training to veteran officers, which ranges from one day to several weeks. This training is provided for patrol officers, detectives and supervisors, including chiefs of police, and is designed to address training needs.

Harbormaster Training Council 

The Harbormaster Training Council sets policies and standards for training harbormasters throughout the Commonwealth.

Sexual Assault Evidence Collection Kit (SAECK) Tracking System 

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts works with health care and law enforcement agencies to maintain a sexual assault evidence collection kit tracking system accessible to survivors.