Watertown Police Department Announces Click It or Ticket October Crackdown on Seat Belt Violations For a safe Halloween Day or Night, Buckle Up for Safety [Watertown, MA] – Seat belts are the most effective safety feature ever invented and have helped save thousands of lives. The Watertown Police Department, in partnership with the Executive […]
Town of Watertown 2013 High-Visibility Enforcement Campaign Begins May 20 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Sergeant David Sampson firstname.lastname@example.org Watertown – As motorists take to the roads this Memorial Day holiday, the Watertown Police are urging everyone to buckle up. The Watertown Police Department, in partnership with the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security’s (EOPSS) […]
Chief Deveau and the Watertown Police Department would like to thank the citizens and community of Watertown for the overwhelming show of support and appreciation to the members of the Watertown Police Department during this time of recovery. Chief Deveau would also like to recognize the members of the Watertown Fire Department and Public […]
The FBI has released two pictures of suspects in the Marathon Bombings. No amount of information is to small. Take a look at these pictures. If you recognize either of these individuals contact the FBI immediatly at 1-800-CALL FBI
Chief Deveau would like to inform you that Watertown will lift its enforcement of the all night parking ban beginning Saturday March 30, 2013. The Department of Public Works, Police Department and Fire Department would like to remind motorists that keeping the streets clear allows for road repairs, street cleaning and easy access for public safety […]
Chief Deveau would like to announce that Superintendent of Public Works Gerald Mee is lifting the parking ban effective today at 4pm. However, whereas the side streets are still very narrow and travel can be difficult, any vehicle parked which is impeding emergency vehicles or any other traffic may still be subject to tow.
An Allied Waste garbage truck struck a traffic light pole in Watertown Square this morning at approximately 5:30am. 50 gallons of diseal fuel spilled out of the trucks gas tank onto the street. Main St was shut down heading west and moving slowly heading east making the morning commute difficult for many. Thanks to the efforts […]
The Watertown Police Department is pleased to announce the recent promotions of Sgt. Edward Kasabian to Police Lieutenant, Officer Sheila Grady-Duguay to Police Sergeant and Officer George Demos to Police Sergeant. Lt. Kasabian is a 29-year veteran of the police department. He has worked in the patrol division, traffic division and most recently in the […]
A safe and secure drop off is now located in the lobby of the Police Station for your unwanted or unused medications. More.