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Alarm Business Permit
Portland City Code Chapter 2.5 requires that alarm agents or alarm businesses (persons or employees of businesses whose duties include installing, servicing or repairing alarm systems located within the City of Portland) obtain permits.
Register your bicycle with the Police Department.
Burglar Alarm Permits
Read the City Code policies regarding burglar alarm permits.
CodeRED Community Notification
Cumberland County has contracted with Emergency Communications Network, Inc for its "CodeRED" high speed telephone emergency notification service.
Concealed Weapons Permit
See documents related to concealed weapons permits.
Criminal Trespass Authorization Form (PDF)
Access a form that officially requests the Portland Police Department's assistance with identifying and removing any individual(s) found on your property that are not legitimately there.
File a Complaint / Commendation
Tell the Portland Police about an interaction you had with one of their officers.
Get Accident/Crash Report
Obtain crash information from Crashdocs.
Portland, Maine is on a mission to wipe out graffiti on homes and businesses.
*Hire A Detail Police Officer
Use this form to request hiring a detail police officer(s) for police services such as traffic control, event security or crowd control, please complete our online form.
*Property & Evidence Recovery
Use this link to find out how to recover your collected property or evidence.
Rape Aggression Defense Registration (PDF)
Register for the basic Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) program training.
Registered Sex Offenders
In an effort to safeguard our children and our neighborhoods, the State of Maine maintains a registry of convicted sex offenders living in Portland who qualify under the "Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act of 1999."
Submit Online Police Report
Using this online citizen police report system allows you to submit a report immediately and print a copy of the police report for free.
Utility Box Project Application (PDF)
Calling local artists: The City of Portland, in collaboration with generous donations from NBT Bank and Port Property Management, invites artists to integrate art into existing public utility boxes to beautify the urban landscape, increase civic participation, and support the local arts community.