Does this police department permit citizens to ride with police officers?
Yes, citizens who would like to ride with an officer must complete a “Waiver of Liability” form and have approval from the Watch Commander prior to the ride-a-long. Additionally, if the observer/rider is a juvenile (under the age of 18), the form must be completed by their parent or legal guardian. The ride along is limited to three (3) hours.

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1. How do I provide feedback (Positive or Negative) about an employee of the Andover Police Department?
2. What are the minimum qualifications to become a police officer for Andover.
3. What are the rules for dogs in Andover?
4. How and where can I register my dog with the City of Andover?
5. Are Andover’s dog parks open to anyone, including non-residents?
6. How many officers does the Andover Police Department have?
7. What hours are the police department open?
8. What is the curfew in Andover?
9. Where and how can I pay for a ticket?
10. Does this police department permit citizens to ride with police officers?
11. What can I do about traffic concerns in my neighborhood?
12. How do I get a Protection from Abuse (PFA) or a Protection from Stalking (PFS) order?
13. I have an old cell phone that no longer has service can I still call 9-1-1?
14. What are the rules for restricted driver’s licenses?
15. Why do I sometimes get asked to hold when I call 911?
16. Do we provide fingerprinting services to the Community?