Brad Paul, Police Chief
Police Chief, Bradley Paul
The Chief of Police leads the police department and is responsible for its overall operation. He plans and executes the budget; authorizes all policies and procedures; and works closely with other department heads, community leaders, and other agencies to ensure that Saco's citizens receive the best police services possible.
Deputy Police Chief, Operations Bureau, Raynald Demers
The Deputy Police Chief, Operations Bureau, provides leadership and command for all uniformed patrol services, communications, and specialty services such as the Warrant Service Team, the Harbor Patrol, K-9 Program, etc. He is second-in-command of the police department and serves as Chief in the Chief's absence.
Deputy Police Chief, Support Services, Jeffrey Holland
The Deputy Police Chief, Support Services, provides leadership and command for all support services and related functions within the police department. The Criminal Investigations Division, Records Department, and Accreditation all fall within Support Services. He is third-in-command of the police department.
Administrative Sergeant, Bruce Cote
The Administrative Sergeant provides daily supervision for Records personnel, Accreditation, training and facilities. He is also responsible for the procurement of equipment and uniforms for the department.
Court Officer, Tammy Girard
The Court Officer is the liaison between the police department and the judicial system. She is responsible for all arrest reports, traffic citations and provides statistical data and reports as needed. She also serves as an in-house victim advocate with a focus on working with victims of domestic violence and serves on various domestic violence tasks forces and committees.
Administrative Secretary, Lori Angis
The Administrative Secretary works with the Chief and Deputy Police Chiefs in administrative functions. She also processes all billing and payroll requirements, and assists records personnel as necessary.
How are we doing?
Complete a short survey
Get a form
Pay city bills
Register your car
Register your dog
Register your snowmobile
Register your boat
Get a fishing license
Pay traffic violations
Search marriage/death archives
Find your ward
City Hall telephone numbers
You can now research property lots through the city's Geographic Information System (GIS) maps. Just follow this link. Note: This will take you off the City of Saco website.
Several departments have Facebook pages in addition to their presence on this site. You can follow the links below: