Welcome to the Granby Police Department Web Blog

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.

Happy New Year!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by Sgt O on 31 Dec 2018 | Tagged as: general

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The Granby Police Department would like to wish everyone a Happy New Year, and want to remind everyone to celebrate the holiday responsibly.

911 Cell Phone Calls Possibly not Going Through

Posted by Sgt O on 28 Dec 2018 | Tagged as: general

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As most residents have probably heard by now the State 911 system encountered issues with cell phone calls earlier this morning. The issues are actually the result of a national issue that has effected certain cell phone carriers. As of a few minutes ago the department was advised that the system was again having issues. If you have an emergency please call 911, if it does not go through due to these issues you can call our emergency PSAP # 413-467-7911, or the business line at 413-467-9222. As soon as we know the issues have been rectified we will update this message.

Happy Holidays!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by Sgt O on 23 Dec 2018 | Tagged as: general

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The Granby Police Department would like to wish everyone Happy Holidays, and remind everyone to celebrate the season responsibly.

Happy Thanksgiving!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by Sgt O on 21 Nov 2018 | Tagged as: general

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The Granby Police Department would like to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving and remind everyone to celebrate this Holiday Season responsibly

Parking Ban in Effect This Afternoon Beginning at 5pm

Posted by Sgt O on 15 Nov 2018 | Tagged as: general

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There will be a parking ban in effect from 5:00 PM on Thursday November 15th until 5:00 PM on Friday November 16th. No on street parking is aloud during the parking ban.

Granby Police Fire and Ambulance Personnel, as well as South Hadley Fire and Ambulance Personnel Respond to Rollover Accident on Amherst St.

Posted by Sgt O on 19 Oct 2018 | Tagged as: general

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On October 19, 2018 at approximately 11:45, Granby Police, Fire, and Ambulance Personnel, were dispatched to the intersection of Amherst St. and Aldrich St. for what was reported as a motor vehicle crash with a vehicle on its side. While in route responders were advised that callers were now reporting that there were three people in the vehicle and one was unconscious. At this time, Granby Ambulance Personnel requested another paramedic ambulance from South Hadley District 1 and an Engine from South Hadley District 2 to come and assist as well.

Upon arrival, a Honda Element was observed on its side and several people were standing around the vehicle. Officers also observed a second vehicle, a silver Subaru with front end damage. It was learned from witnesses that the Honda Element was traveling south on Amherst St. when the vehicle left the roadway and went up an embankment and the vehicle rolled over at least two time and crashed in to the silver Subaru that was traveling northbound. The passengers from the Honda Element were transported to local hospitals for their injuries, the operator of the Honda Element had regained consciousness prior to being extricated from the vehicle. The operator of the Subaru was not injured. The crash is being investigated by the Granby Police.

Police ask for help locating missing Granby man

Posted by Sgt O on 28 Sep 2018 | Tagged as: general

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Granby Police to Host CRASE TRaining

Posted by Sgt O on 27 Sep 2018 | Tagged as: general

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Granby Police, Fire and Public Schools Hosting Trick or Treating at the High School

Posted by Sgt O on 27 Sep 2018 | Tagged as: general

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Granby Police and Fire Personnel Respond to Vehicle Fire on East State St.

Posted by Sgt O on 07 Sep 2018 | Tagged as: general

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On September 6, 2018 at approximately 8:06pm, Granby Police and Fire personnel were dispatched to the area of East State Street across from Dufrense Park for a report of a car fire. It was reported that the operator and his passenger were out of the vehicle. Officers arrived and attempted to put out the fire with a fire extinguisher but were unsuccessful. The vehicle quickly became fully engulfed moments later. The fire department was updated and the road was closed in-between Kendall Street and Lyman Street. The fire department arrived and quickly extinguished the flames. The vehicle was a complete loss and everything inside of it was destroyed. It was determined that the vehicle had a mechanical issue that caused the fire.

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