This website serves as a resource for people to learn information about contacting the department, accessing forms such as motor vehicle crash reports, LTC/FID applications and much more!
(This account is not monitored 24/7, for emergencies, please Dial 9-1-1)
Completed application packages may be submitted to the Police Department on SATURDAY MORNINGS between 8am & 11am or by appointment. At this time fingerprints, if applicable, and pictures will be taken.
*** All applicants must disclose any appearances in court as a defendant regardless of the outcome of the case, i.e. continued, dismissed, guilty, or not guilty. Page 2, question 10 and top of page 3 of application.
Failure to disclose the charges you appeared as a defendant can be a reason to deny the issuance of first time applicant or renewal. Honesty counts as a background check and suitability.
ALL First time License to Carry (LTC) AND applicants upgrading from a FID to a LTC Permit MUST complete either a state approved basic firearms safety course or Massachusetts Hunter’s Education Class, after September 14, 2004, pursuant to Mass. General Law Chapter 131 section 14, before receiving your LTC or FID.
Effective 1/1/2015, All renewal applicants must signed Massachusetts LTC /FID Card Affidavit regarding stolen or lost firearms. (Affidavit is attached to application)
Class A License to Carry –
Must be at least 21
Safety Class required for new applicants, active Military are exempt with Identification
A LTC Class A entitles the holder to possess a large capacity firearm (pistol or revolver), rifle or shotgun.
$ 100.00 check or money order made Payable to the Town of Cummington
Renewals over 70 are free
Class B License to Carry
No longer issued
All current ones are valid and will be expired as of Jan. 2021
Use this form to apply or renew an LTC or FID
Change of Address Form
Use this form to notify the Firearms Record Bureau your address has changed
Review Board Petition
Individuals otherwise disqualified from possessing an FID or LTC because of certian misdemeanor conviction(s) may petetion the FLRB for review
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