On October 15, 2018, the City Council voted on a series of changes to the Residential Permit Parking program in the City of Quincy. The vote initiated Phase I of the City’s Residential Permit Parking Program, which will start in the Penn's Hill area.
On Monday, November 12, 2018, there is no curbside collection of waste and recycling in observation of the Veterans Day holiday.
We will be holding our next "Coffee with A Cop" on Thursday, November 15th at the Dunkin' located at 366 Centre Street, Quincy from 11:00am-1:00pm.
There is no agenda or speeches. This is an opportunity to ask questions, voice concerns, and meet officers in an informal setting.
We hope to see you there!
To view the flyer, click here
On Wednesday, November 7th, Officer Rolfsen visited the YMCA Early Learning Center. He interacted with the children, ages 2.9-5 years and talked to them about being a police officer. We received a very kind Thank You note from, which is below.
"I wanted to reach out and say thank you for making a police visit possible at the North Quincy Early Learning Center. The children were absolutely thrilled with officer Nick. Officer Nick went above and beyond making every child feel special and answered every question he was asked. Every child was able to take an individual picture with him and was given a sticker after. We couldn’t believe he was coming from finishing a shift and had so much energy. He even gave the class a special surprise and had officer Donovan stop by with his k-9 Hodor. Yesterday was truly a memorable day for the preschool class room and we have the wonderful people at the Quincy Police Department to thank for it." _ Kerry
Chief Paul Keenan has authorized members of the Quincy Police Dept to participate in No Shave November. Any officer wishing to grow a beard during the month of November is authorized to do so, as long as they make a donation to Cops For Kids With Cancer, Inc.
As of April 1, 2018, Cops For Kids With Cancer has assisted six Quincy families. You can help us raise funds by visiting https://copsforkidswithcancer.org/no-shave-november-2018/ and making a donation under Quincy Police.
On Monday, October 22, 2018, at approx. 9:22pm, Officer Waters responded to a Channing Street residence on a report of a past breaking & entering. She spoke with a resident and learned that the suspect(s) entered the home via the basement door and stole numerous items. At that time, Detective Pepdjonovich and Lt. Detective Guarente responded to process the scene.
On Tuesday, October 23, 2018, Detective Chen obtained video surveillance from a home in close proximity to the above break. The video showed the front end of a light colored Cadillac SUV and two individuals walking along the sidewalk. Detective Chen noted that the Cadillac had a loud muffler.
Good morning everyone! Today we are happy to introduce Officer Stephen Brown. Officer Brown graduated the Police Academy back in July and has completed his Field Training. He is currently assigned to the First Half shift (4pm-12am). He is no stranger to law enforcement. He worked at the Sheriff's Department for 8 years, was a Randolph Auxiliary Police Officer for 3 years, and a Foxborough Police Reserve Officer for 2 years. Not to mention his father was also a police officer. We asked him a few questions so you could get to know him a little better.
Q: Why did you want to become a police officer? When did you realize that was what you wanted to do?
A: I want to help make a difference in my community. I shadowed my father in 7th grade who was a Police Officer. I rode with him the entire day and I knew this is what I wanted to do.
Please welcome Officer Cian O'Connor. Cian is a Staff Sergeant in the Air National Guard. Prior to joining QPD, he served five years of active duty service in the Air Force.
We asked him some questions so you could get to know him a little better.
Q: Why did you want to become a police officer and when did you realize that was what you wanted to do?
A: I have wanted to be a police officer since I was a kid. I want to make a difference in the community that I grew up in.
On November 13, 2018 from 6-9 PM, The Quincy Office of Emergency Management in collaboration with the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA), MA Department of Public Health and American Red Cross will conduct a Basic Sheltering Concepts course.
On Wednesday, October 10th, Officer M. McNeil was dispatched to the lobby of the Quincy Police Station to speak with a victim regarding a larceny. Officer McNeil took the initial report, and a follow-up investigation was assigned to Detective James Menz of our Bureau of Criminal Investigations.
Based on a thorough investigation by Detective Menz, and information he learned, Detective Menz applied for and was granted a search warrant for 25 Buckley Street #3, Quincy.
At approx. 3:42am this morning, October 18, 2018, members of the QPD Bureau Of Criminal Investigations, SWAT Team, and Crisis Negotiation Team executed the search warrant.
Robert Bozeman, 29, of 25 Buckley St #3, Quincy was arrested and charged with the following:
- Human Trafficking
- Assault with a Deadly Weapon (Gun)
- Threats to Commit A Crime
- Armed Assault to Murder
- Possession a Firearm without FID
- Discharging a Firearm within 500 feet of building
- Possession of Ammunition w/out FID
- Assault Deadly Weapon (gun)
- Possession with Intent to Distribute Class B (cocaine)
- Possess of an Electric Stun Gun without FID/LTC as well as numerous Assault & Battery charges.
He is expected to be arraigned in Quincy District Court this afternoon.
PCA 360 has presented it's September 2018 update on the South West Middle School Project.
Newly promoted Fire Captain Nathaniel Egan & Fire Lieutenant Anthony Gilbody were sworn in this morning in Old Town Hall.