For the latest construction update follow this link
As of today, July 10, 2008, the laws pertaining to the use of passenger restraining devices for children in motor vehicles have changed. Read more
The Watertown Police Department has posted online our 2007 Crime, Motor vehicle accident, Total calls for service and Citation statistics. These statistics can be found on this page.
Members of the Town Council, Town Manager Michael Driscoll, Chief Edward Deveau and former Town Council President Pam Piantadosi participating in the ground breaking ceremony for the new Watertown Police Station at 552 Main Street. For more information on the construction follow this link.
Traffic was reduced to one lane on Grove Street after a trash truck lost its load in the South bound lane. The Watertown Police Department Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Team investigated this mishap. The vehicle owner was cited for eight violations totaling several hundreds of dollars. It appears one of the pistons holding the rear of […]
The Police Station Building Committee will be holding an informational meeting for neighborhood residents Thursday June 26, 2008 at 7PM at the Town Council Chambers, 149 Main Street. Representatives from the construction company, the architectural firm, the police department and the Town will be there to discuss the construction process of the new police station. […]
There have been many recent thefts of GPS units from vehicles in Watertown and across the nation. Every time you leave your vehicle remove the GPS unit and the associated wiring. Take it with you or store it completely out of sight. Then make sure to wipe the marks from the suction cup rings off […]
The Boston Red Sox 2007 World Series Trophy will be visiting the Watertown Police Department on Thursday June 26, 2008 at 11am until 2pm. The public is invited and encouraged to attend. The police department will be providing popcorn (donated by AA Rental) and facepainting. J.G. Willis Tent has donated a tent for the event. […]
On Friday June 13, 2008 the Watertown Police conducted a sobriety checkpoint in conjunction with the Massachusetts State Police Troop “H”. The Middlesex Sheriff’s Department provided prisoner transportation from the checkpoint. The checkpoint operated from 11PM to 3AM. A total of 372 vehicles went through the checkpoint, 24 of those were flagged for further investigation. […]