A. Bailey handles all Firearms Licensing matters.
Officer Jeffrey A. Bailey processes all applications
and issues licenses at the direction of the Chief of
Police. Officer Jeffrey A. Bailey generally accepts
and processes applications twice each month. These times
are generally scheduled one month ahead of time. Call
781-293-4625 extension 6 to learn what application times
are available for the next month. No appointment is
necessary. You may apply as a walk-in applicant at the
scheduled dates and times. If you have a schedule conflict
or you are uncertain about your eligibility, contact
Officer Jeffrey A. Bailey at 781-293-4625 ext 249. Officer
Jeffrey A. Bailey can also be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
and times for the processing of firearms licenses
are also posted on the Bulletin
Board section of this site on a monthly basis.Please
check the bulletin board for the latest events too!
All applicants for a new license or firearms ID card
must have completed an appropriate firearms safety course,
which has been approved by the Commissioner of Public
Safety. Renewal applicants do not need to
meet this requirement.
Applicant must be a resident of Hanson and provide proof
Applicant must have an approved photo ID.
A $100.00 application fee is due at the time of application.
This fee includes the processing of photographs. This
fee is non-refundable if you are an unqualified applicant.
All fee payments must be in the form of a check or money
order, payable to the Town of Hanson.
Gun Control Act of 1998 establishes a number of
reasons that may disqualify an applicant for a firearms
license. If you have been convicted of a crime
you may not qualify for a firearms license. If
you are uncertain whether you qualify, contact Jeffrey
A. Bailey to determine your eligibility.
Firearms License Application
- Use this form to apply for a Firearms Identification
Card or a Massachusetts License to Carry Firearms. Use
Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print this form.
Office of Public Safety - This link is the official
update page for the Massachusetts Gun Control Act of
1998. For additional information regarding firearms
in the Commonwealth, please visit the web site of the
Executive Office of Public Safety.
The Police department and the community of Hanson envision
a future in which all citizens of the community enjoy an enhanced
quality of life and a reduction of crime, social disorder
and fear of crime. We realize this mission by providing excellence
in policing through diligence, integrity, respect, fairness