The Watertown Police Department Honor Guard along with Chief Deveau lead the annual Memorial Day Parade into Watertown Square. View more photographs
Members of the Watertown Police Department, NEMLEC SWAT team and the NEMLEC Regional Communications team utilizing the NEMLEC mobile command post conducted a joint training exercise on May 21, 2008 at the Browne School. It is important for the Watertown Police Department and NEMLEC to practice together to ensure we are prepared when a critical […]
The Watertown Police Department is pleased to offer the radKIDS program to Watertown children from ages 3 Â½ -12 years old. This program is free of charge, and is taught by Watertown police officers who are certified radKIDS instructors. (more info)
Greyhound Friends presented Mickey Awards to the law enforcement and animal control officers who have helped with the prosecution efforts in the animal cruelty case against Kevin Schneider of Watertown, Mass. (more info)
Over 100 graduates from the Watertown Police Department Citizens’ Police Academy attended the first of several alumni classes. The Academy began in 1996 and has seen 24 classes graduate over 340 students. These classes are being held in the Watertown Savings Bank Meeting Room of the Watertown Free Public Library. Chief Deveau addressing the alumni […]
The Watertown Police will again participate in the state-wide Click-It or Ticket mobilization that starts on May 14th and continues through June 4th. During these dates the Police Department will deploy additional personnel to high volume traffic areas where motorists who are not wearing seat belts AND who commit a traffic infraction will be stopped […]
Two members of the Watertown Police Department were inducted into the Watertown High School Athletic Hall of Fame at the 2008 induction banquet held Friday May 9, 2008. The officers inducted are: Tom Dicker, class of 1996, All Scholastic Football Linebacker and Patricia Grady, class of 1992, All Scholastic Field Hockey Player.
Watertown Police arrested aÂ 19 year old Watertown resident for the recent car breaks over the past week. Detectives are still working on the case. Police still remind residents to lock their car doors and do not keep anything of value inside of their vehicles.
The Watertown Police Department is pleased to welcome four new members. Recruits Kenneth Dinjian, Emily Doss, John Watts and Michael D’Amico start the Police Academy on Monday May 19, 2008. They will be attending the Lowell Police Academy over the next 20 weeks.
The bids for the new Watertown Police Station were opened yesterday (May 7, 2008). The apparent low bid for the building construction came in a nearly $1.5 million below estimate. This construction will include some of the latest in “green” technology including a geothermal heating/cooling system. The Town Council is expected to vote on project […]