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Please Welcome Officer Brendan McNeil

September 21, 2018 

Please welcome Officer Brendan McNeil. Officer McNeil comes from a family of Quincy police officers: his father is a retired captain and his brother is a current sergeant -making them the 9th set of brothers currently working together at QPD!

Q: Why did you want to become a police officer? When did you realize that was what you wanted to do?
A: I knew I wanted to become a police officer since I was young. Growing up my father was a police officer and I saw my brother become one also, it is a profession I have always looked up to.

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Meet Officer Stephen Graham

September 20, 2018 

It's time to welcome our newest members of the Quincy Police Department! On July 2, 2018, five new members joined the Quincy Police Department as full time police officers. At this point, they have completed their Field Training and are now assigned to various shifts / areas of the City.

Please meet Officer Stephen Graham. Officer Graham worked at the Norfolk Sheriff's Office for 4 years prior to joining Quincy PD. He is currently assigned to the 4pm-12am shift as a fill-in, which means he could be working any section of the city or even inside the station processing prisoners or answering 911 calls. Here's a little bit of information to get to know him.

Q: Why did you want to become a police officer? When did you realize that was what you wanted to do?
A: I wanted to become a Police Officer to serve the community that I grew up in. I realized this is what I wanted to do after college.

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Two Arrested Following Report of Breaking & Entering

September 19, 2018 

On Tuesday, September 18, 2018 at approximately 3:10pm, Quincy police communications received a 911 call for a B&E in progress on Sherman St. Multiple officers responded to the scene. The caller reported that her home was broken into and two male suspects fled on foot. The caller reported seeing a black Infiniti outside her home prior to the break.

Upon officers' arrival, a perimeter was set up in an effort to contain the suspects. Officers Leuchte and Brokmeier noticed a black Infiniti parked out in front of the address. The operator, identified as 20 year old Lezhan Santos, was immediately detained.

Officer DiMattio was able to interview the victim and get further information. The victim explained to officers that she heard the doorbell ring three times. She then heard the side door shaking. She went to her window and observed two males enter a black Infiniti that was parked outside her house. This vehicle then drove away. She said one male suspect had a red backpack, black jacket and a dark baseball hat. The other suspect was wearing a dark jacket. A few minutes later, she heard the rear door being kicked in. She heard an intruder(s) downstairs on the first floor and called 911. Moments later she heard police sirens. She looked out her window and observed the same two suspects running from the back of her house.

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Captain Steele Promoted During Ceremony Held This Morning

September 13, 2018 

Congratulations to Captain John Steele, who was promoted in a ceremony early this morning, September 13, 2018, at City Hall.

Captain Steele began his career with the Quincy Police in 1993. He attended the Foxboro Police Academy, 16th M.P.O.C. After graduating, he was assigned as one of the department’s first Community Policing Officers in the Germantown area, where he worked until 1995. He returned to the Patrol Division and in 2000 he was assigned as a detective in Community Services Unit (now called the Special Investigations Unit) where he investigated sex crimes and juvenile offenses.

He was promoted to Sergeant in 2002 and Lieutenant in 2005. He has been a Lieutenant in the Bureau of Criminal Investigations since 2008 and graduated the FBI's National Academy in Quantico, Virginia, Session 260, in June of 2015.

Congratulations Captain!

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Coffee With A Cop

September 12, 2018 

Thank you to everyone who came out to support our Coffee with a Cop yesterday at Dunkin Donuts. It was a pleasure talking with you.

Our next event will be held on Wednesday, October 3, 2018, at the Dunkin Donuts located at 1250 Hancock St (inside Presidents Place) from 11:30am - 1:30pm. It is #NationalCoffeeWithACop Day!!

Hope to see you there.

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Suspect Arrested for Armed Robbery of TD Bank on Hancock St

July 17, 2018 

Suspect Arrested for Armed Robbery of TD Bank on Hancock St

On July 16th 2018, at approx. 5:33pm, Officers responded to a report of a robbery at the TD Bank located at 323 Hancock St. The suspect was described as a white male wearing a white hat and shirt, with a brace on his elbow and tattoos on his forearms. The suspect passed a note saying he had a weapon.

Officers arrived on scene and began to interview the victim and witnesses. Meanwhile, responding units began to attempt to locate the suspect with the assistance of a tracking device that had been placed into the cash given to the suspect. At approx. 5:42pm, Detective Wash observed a male matching the description of the suspect walking in the area of Harriet Av (a short distance down the street from the bank). When Detective Wash identified himself and attempted to speak with the suspect, the male sprinted away. He ran down the street and into the rear yard of a residence on Harriet Av before disappearing over a fence in the direction of Montclair Av. Detective Wash described the white male as having tattoos on his forearms and wearing a gray shirt and tan shorts. A perimeter was established in the area. The tracking device was found dismantled on Montclair Ave.

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Quincy Police Department Receives Donation of 200 Bicycle Helmets for Children from the Boston Law Firm of Breakstone, White & Gluck and its Project KidSafe Campaign

July 17, 2018 

Quincy Police Department Receives Donation of 200 Bicycle Helmets for Children from the Boston Law Firm of Breakstone, White & Gluck, Boston, MA Personal Injury Lawyers and its Project KidSafe Campaign

The Quincy Police Department has received a generous donation of 200 bicycle helmets from the Boston law firm of Breakstone, White & Gluck. The firm made this donation as part of its Project KidSafe campaign, which works to encourage safe cycling and prevent head injuries. This is the second year the firm has made a donation to help protect children in Quincy.

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