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The Granby Police Department would like to welcome you to our web blog. The purpose of the blog is to keep you informed on current information. This Page is designed to compliment our web page. Please check back often for updates.

Granby Police, Fire and Ambulance Personnel as well as South Hadley Ambulance Respond to Crash on Chicopee St.

Posted by Sgt O on 15 Dec 2017 | Tagged as: general


December 14, 2017

Granby Police, Fire and Ambulance personnel responded to a 911 call for a head on collision in the area of 239 Chicopee Street at approximately 2:00 PM this afternoon. Officers arrived and found the crash involved two vehicles that collided head on in the southbound lane. Fire and ambulance personnel from Granby and South Hadley Fire District One worked to remove the drivers of both vehicles from their respective vehicles. The jaws of life were used to remove one of the operators. Troopers from the Massachusetts State Police Barracks in Belchertown were called and assisted with the crash as well.

The crash investigation showed that a 2012 Honda sedan was being driven by Diana Weldon of Barton Street in Belchertown. The Honda was headed north when it crossed into the southbound lane and collided with a 2005 Jeep Cherokee that was headed south and being driven by Erik Binczewski of Crawford Street in Bondsville.

That area of Chicopee Street was closed to traffic while responders dealt with the crash and rendered aid to both drivers. The road reopened to traffic at approximately 3:30 PM.

Both drivers were transported to the hospital for injuries sustained in the crash.

Parking Ban in Effect Tomorrow Beginning at 8am

Posted by Sgt O on 08 Dec 2017 | Tagged as: general


The Town of Granby would like to announce that there will be a Parking Ban in effect from tomorrow, December 9th at 8am, until Sunday afternoon, December 10th at 12pm. This means that there is no on-street parking allowed.

Scam Alert!!!!!!!

Posted by Sgt O on 27 Oct 2017 | Tagged as: general


A resident called the police department today to report a scam. The resident’s caller ID showed that it came from the Granby Police Department’s phone number. The caller said they were calling from US Legal Support and that the resident needed to show up at the police department by 2PM or a warrant would issue for his arrest. The scammer left a call back phone number of (844) 335-1076.

This is just another version in a long list of scams. Please don’t give any personal information or money to anyone you are wary of

Please call the station if you have any concerns.

Please Join Us for Trick or Treating on Tuesday

Posted by Sgt O on 26 Oct 2017 | Tagged as: general


The candy has been purchased for the Halloween Trick or Treat event at the High School on Tuesday October 31st from 3:30 PM- 5PM. Hope to see you then!

Public Safety Complex Open House Tomorrow

Posted by Sgt O on 29 Sep 2017 | Tagged as: general


The Public Safety Complex Open House is tomorrow, please join us. The Agenda for the Day is below.

Granby Public Safety Open House Events Schedule

Date: September 30th 11AM-2PM

Demonstration Schedule

11:15 AM -  Belchertown PD K-9

11:45 PM -  Granby PD Rad

12:00 PM -  Granby FD car cutting

12:45 PM -  Belchertown PD K-9

1:15 PM - Granby PD RAD

Ongoing demonstrations

*Police vehicles                                            *Police and fire department personnel meet and greet

*Fire trucks                                             *Child ID- Iris Scanning- Hampshire County Sheriff’s Dept.

*Ambulance                              *MA State Police Helicopter (weather and availability permitting)

Other features

Public safety information handouts and program information

Emergency preparedness bags available

Take home child ID kits

Gun locks

Snacks- Provided by the Granby PTO

Granby Cub Scouts

Granby Police, Ambulance and Fire Respond to Motorcycle Accident on Carver St.

Posted by Sgt O on 05 Sep 2017 | Tagged as: general


On September 5, 2017 at approximately 14:15 Granby Police, Ambulance and Fire Department were dispatched to the area of 134 Carver St. for a reported accident between a motorcycle and a pickup truck. It was reported to dispatch that there were two people on the motorcycle one was unconscious and the other was talking and had an injury to her arm. While in route a mutual aid request for a second ambulance, from South Hadley District 1 Ambulance was called in. Upon arrival officers began rendering first aid to the patients and Granby Ambulance and Fire personnel arrived and care was transferred to them. The patients were then transported to area hospitals by Granby and South Hadley Ambulance. The operator of the motorcycle succumbed to his injuries upon arrival to the hospital. The operator’s information is being withheld pending family notification. The accident is being investigated by the Granby Police Department, the Massachusetts State Police Collision Analysis & Reconstruction Section and the Massachusetts State Police Detective Unit attached to the Northwest District Attorney’s Office.

Granby Police Department Receives 911 Training Grant

Posted by Sgt O on 13 Jul 2017 | Tagged as: general


The Granby Police Department has been rewarded $23,385.10 for the FY2018 911 Training Grant. This money will be used to keep all employees in compliance with the required training to answer the 911 system. This training will include Emergency Medical Dispatch, CPR and other required continuing education classes.

Granby Police Department to Participate in Click-it or Ticket Campaign

Posted by Sgt O on 16 May 2017 | Tagged as: general


The Granby Police Department announced today that officers will be out in full force over the next few weeks in a continued effort to increase seat belt use, in support of the spring 2017, Click It or Ticket Mobilization. The increased patrols have been funded by a grant from the Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety and Security’s. The focus of the increased patrols is to combine extra traffic enforcement, provide public information, and community outreach to reduce motor vehicle-related fatalities, injuries and economic loss. As the Summer Season approaches, the Granby Police Department would like to wish everyone a safe and happy summer and remind everyone to celebrate responsibly.

Town of Granby (MA) Full-time Dispatcher opening

Posted by Sgt O on 01 May 2017 | Tagged as: general


The Granby Police Department is in the process of hiring a full time dispatcher.  Dispatchers are Union employees. Accordingly they pay dues and are subject to the terms of the collective bargaining agreement.  The starting pay for a fulltime dispatcher is approximately $35,700. Starting benefits currently include two weeks vacation, three personal days, paid sick leave, clothing allowance, education benefits and a professional development stipend.

Granby dispatch is an E911 PSAP that utilizes PowerPhone EMD protocols.  Prior dispatch training and employment is preferred but not mandatory.

Interested applicants need to fill out an application and provide a letter of interest to Chief of Police Alan Wishart no later than May 19th at 12:00PM.  Applicants are encouraged to supply a resume’ and letters of recommendation.  Applications are available online at www.granbypd.org or at the Granby Public Safety complex located at 259A East State Street, Granby, MA.

Questions regarding this position can be emailed to awishart@granbypd.org.

Police Department Announces D.A.R.E. Camp Dates

Posted by Sgt O on 31 Mar 2017 | Tagged as: general



The Granby Police Department is now excepting applications for the 2017 DARE Basketball and Soccer Camps. The 2017 DARE Basketball Camp will run Monday July 10th - Friday July 14th (for grades 6-10) and Monday July 17th - Friday July 21st (Grades 3-6) Camp sessions run 9 am to 3 pm for session 1. NOTE:  Session 2 camp hours are reduced, Session 2 will run from 830 am to 1230 pm daily. 6th Graders may attend either session. Those 6th grade players who attend Session 1 can also attend Session 2 on a space available basis.

The 2017 DARE Soccer Camp will be held July 24th - July 28th and is available to student’s grades 3 -10 (grades as of 9/17). The camp will run from 8:30 to 12:30 daily and is available to all area youth.

For more information you can contact Officer James White by email jwhite@granbypd.org or at the police station 413-335-2021. Applications for the camp are available at the police station, or at the police department’s website  www.granbypd.org , under downloads, on the homepage of the website. Grades are as of September 2017. Camp fee is $50 (Discounts for multiple family members.) No child will be denied enrollment due to financial hardship.

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