Four bicycles were recently recovered by the Watertown Police Department.
The Watertown Police Department Citizens Police Academy class scheduled to begin on Monday September 14, 2009 has been postponed.Â You may view more information about the Academy here and download an application here.
Detective Sergeant Daniel Unsworth has received the Community Spirit Award from the Watertown Youth Coalition and Wayside Multi-Service Center. He received this award at the end of the year celebration and awards ceremony. During the ceremony it was noted; “Dan has shown true community spirit by the way he connects with people to people and […]
Follow this link to view a slide show of the Watertown Police Department marching in the parade.
Please take the time to read this warning from Middlesex District Attorney Gerald Leone.
The U.S. Department of Justice has recently announced and detailed funding under the Recovery Act. The Watertown Police Department has been allocated a grant in the amount of $27,540. The stated purposes of the Recovery Act are to preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery. One of the requirements under this grant is that […]
A good Samaritan found a purse on the sidewalk in front of Saint Patrick Church on Monday March 23, 2009. This found property was turned in to the Police Department. The purse contained a wallet, Massachusetts Identification Card, Social Security Card, personal papers and $1039.00 in cash. Officer Joseph Reynolds was able to locate the […]
Lt. Hanrahan graduated from law school in May of 2008 and sat for the two-day bar examination in July. In December Lt. Hanrahan was sworn in as an attorney at The Great Hall in Fanuel Hall. Lt. Hanrahan has been with the Watertown Police Department since July of 1997 and represents the many hardworking and […]
Chief Edward P. Deveau reports that our officers are in position on Constitution Avenue by the Washington Monument. It is great to know Officers Richard Munger, Kevin McManus and Mark Leitner are part of a 85 man team protecting our new president. Yesterday they were sworn in as US Marshalls and are working today under […]
Officers Richard Munger, Mark Leitner and Kevin McManus will be traveling to Washington DC this Sunday through Wednesday. They will part of an 85 officer NEMLEC Regional Response TeamÂ working under the direction of the District of Columbia Police Department. They will be assigned to various security deploymentsÂ thoughout the city during the Presidential Inauguration.