Brad Paul, Police Chief

Bradley S. Paul, Chief

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Benefit Car wash a success for Caring Unlimited
A car wash held by members of Saco's Public Safety personnel raises $850 to help victims of domestic violence.

Dispatcher Steven Kierstead recognized for assistance with birth
Kierstead's ability to calm the father and direct him throughout the birth results in the delivery of a healthy baby boy.

Deputy Chief Raynald Demers marks 30 years of service
Starting out as a reserve office in Camp Ellis, he has become the department's "go-to" guy.

Saco Police Chief Lauds Area Merchants
A recent sting operation checking for illegal alcohol sales to minors finds no violations.

Welcome to our newest public safety dispatcher
Dylan Martin's goal was a position in public safety telecommunications.

Welcome Patrol Officer Christopher McGoon
We are pleased to introduce Christopher McGoon, the newest Patrol Officer to join the City of Saco Police Department.

Saco Middle School students and Saco Police celebrate BAM Day ice fishing
This annual event introduces students to one of Maine's best known traditions and is extremely well-received.

Saco Police Department welcomes new patrol officer
Biddeford native Shawn LaBrecque joins the force with experience as an Explorer, Call Firefighter for Saco and Biddeford and Judicial Marshall in the Maine District Court system.

Police Officer Michael Tremblay recognized for service
The City of Saco celebrates the recognition of police officer Michael "Mike" Tremblay's achievement of 40 years of service to the City.

Saco Police Department welcomes Patrol Officer Autumn Clifford
Autumn has come to Saco after serving in a large central Maine community following her training at the Maine Criminal Justice Academy.

MYPD App now available
The app, which is free and runs on Android and Apple mobile devices, helps to keep citizens in touch with the police department.

Saco Police Department personnel actions praised
Portland Press Herald columnist Bill Nemitz reviews how Saco's police department responded to a violent car chase earlier this week, resolving a very dangerous situation without personal injury.

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Remember: Fireworks are NOT legal in Saco
The city's ordinance banning illegal fireworks will be vigorously enforced by the Saco police department with violators facing fines up to $600 for repeated violations.

Police Department report to the Saco Citizens for Sensible Taxes
The Police Department's report to the Saco Citizens for Sensible Taxes may be found by following this link.

You can now pay traffic violations online using the state PayTixx website. Just
follow this link.

Any police department member or citizen can nominate sworn and civilian members or other citizens for recognition of commendable service. Click here to download a nomination form

Our Jump Start program helps reduce the number of repeat juvenile offenders by pairing members of the community with nonviolent juvenile offenders or at risk youths. For more information, follow this link.

The Saco Police Department is taking aggressive measures to combat underage drinking. For more information about our S.U.D.S (Selective Under-age Drinking Strategy) program and contact information for reporting underage drinking, follow this link.

Saco is an Enhanced 9-1-1 community. Learn more about this system by following this link.

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