A major goal of the Marlborough Police Department is to make the department more accessible to the public through the use of modern technology. Part of this effort includes making the forms residents need available online to download for free. We are beginning this effort by posting some of the most commonly requested forms on our webpage.
This Public Records Request will be directed to the City of Marlborough Police Records Access Officer.
If you are involved in a motor vehicle accident where someone is injured, and/or if there is over $1000 in damage to a vehicle or property, you must submit an accident report to the Police Department and MA Registry of Motor Vehicles within five days.
This form is used to file a complaint with the MA Registry of Motor Vehicles if you witness the improper operation of a motor vehicle.
Forms on the Firearms Records Bureau website include Firearms Identification (FID) Card Or License To Carry Firearms (LTC) Application, Change Of Address Notification, and Firearm License Review Board Petition.
This is the applicable form for a resident to request sex offender information relative to Marlborough. The form must be presented in person with identification provided as required by the Sex Offender Registry Board.
The Solicitor Permit Application must be filled out completely and dropped off at the Marlborough Police Department. The application will be reviewed and may take a few days to process.
This form is to be filled out by ice cream venders to engage in ice cream truck vending within the City of Marlborough. The permittng authority shall only issue permits after conducting a criminal background investigation into the criminal history of an applicant to determine eligibility for a new permit or a renewal.
This is a cooperative effort of the Marlborough Police Department and the Marlborough Council on Aging to assist caregivers of individual’s with dementia or cognitive issues. The data provided is to be used to assist in the investigation of a person who is reported missing. For on-line submission, CLICK HERE
If you have a complaint against the Police Department or an individual employee of this department, please ask to speak to a shift supervisor who will assist you in documenting your complaint which will be forwarded to the Office of the Chief of Police for review. Complainant will receive notice within 30 days as the status of complaint.