Paul F. TuckerChief of Police
Captain Rodney ComeauExecutive Officer
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x113
The Patrol Division is the largest division within the Police Department. Its primary responsibility is to provide uniformed law enforcement service to the community.
The Patrol Division is commanded by Captain Rodney Comeau, staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The Patrol Division is divided into several teams of officers called Platoons, who work a specific duty schedule in specific beats.
Each Platoon is commanded by a Police Lieutenant and each is supervised by two Sergeants. Each Platoon also has a FTO, who is charged with the responsibility of training new officers who graduate from the Police Academy.
The City is divided into 7 Beats. Patrol Officers are assigned a specific Beat during a 1 year assignment.
The Patrol Sergeants are responsible for direct field supervision of the officers. In the absence of a Lieutenant, a Sergeant will assume the title of Watch Commander or Shift OIC. The Sergeant's primary mission is to oversee the daily activities of the officers under their direction and to be a resource for training and coordinator of field activities.
DIAL 911 IN ANY EMERGENCY
Non-Emergency Request for Police: 978-744-1212
Captain Rodney ComeauDivision Commander
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x113
Lt. Scott EnglehardtPlatoon Commander
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x207
Lt. James WalkerPlatoon Commander
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x210
Sgt. Robert CarterPatrol Sergeant
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x241
Sgt. J. Peter GiffordPatrol Sergeant
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x209
Sgt. David TuckerPatrol Sergeant
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x271
Officer Mark FabiszewskiPatrolman
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x262
Officer DeeJay GagnonPatrolman
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x283
Officer Michael LariviereDispatcher
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x259
Officer Michael LevesquePatrolman
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x248
Officer Erik ManninenPatrolman
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x280
Officer Lawrence PuleoPatrolman
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x239
Officer Keith ReardonDispatcher
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x240
Officer Victor RuizPatrolman
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x255
Officer Cynthia JerzyloDispatcher
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x211
Officer Ryan ArundelPatrolman
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x123
Officer Frederick DubielPatrolman
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x246
Officer Jason GrossPatrolman
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x161
Officer Edward VaillancourtPatrolman / Dispatcher
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x251
Officer Jonathan BedardK9 Officer
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x234
Officer Dana MazolaPatrolman
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x242
Officer Brian NorrisPatrolman / Dispatcher
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x219
Officer Roberson TroncosoPatrolman
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x295
Officer Kevin O'DonnellPatrolman / Dispatcher
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x220
Officer Matthew ScialdonePatrolman
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x381
Officer Jonathan DuzzPatrolman
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x212
Officer Philias VerrettePatrolman
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x252
Officer Gilbert PriddyPatrolman
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x274
Special Operations Division
This Division is responsible for several diverse functions that provide staff support to the rest of the Police Department. The Department’s rules and regulations, as well as the policies and procedures are written here. The Department’s training section, fleet maintenance, Traffic Unit, Harbormaster’s Office, Dive Team, CIU, SRU, Court Liaison, and Clerk's Office also falls under the Special Operations umbrella.
The Salem Police Department is also a member of the NEMLEC, a consortium of 46 law enforcement agencies who provide support and special services for all member communities. The Salem Police Dive Team is the underwater resource for NEMLEC.
Lt. Conrad ProsniewskiProsecutor / Public Information / Dive Team
Officer Michael FecteauSchool Liaison Officer
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x120
Criminal Investigation Division
The Criminal Investigation Division is headed by Captain Thomas Griffin with Detective Lieutenant Stephen Bona as the Unit Supervisor and Detective Sergeants Kristian Hanson and James Page as Shift Supervisors. Falling under the CID, among other things, is Licensing.
Detectives investigate crimes such as drug sales, fraud, theft, burglaries, sexual assaults, arsons and homicides. Members of the division are also responsible for juvenile issues, Sex Offender Registry, licensing of Door-to-Door Sales and conduct follow-up investigations of reports originating from the Patrol Division. The detectives are also members of the North Shore Drug Task Force, a multi-jurisdictional drug task force of several North Shore communities, as well as a regional Gang and Youth Violence Task Force.
Additionally, members of the Division work with and assist other law enforcement agencies to include local police departments, the Massachusetts State Police, the Essex County District Attorney, as well as the FBI, DEA, ATF, ICE and the Secret Service at the federal level.
Investigators are also trained in processing crime scenes to include latent fingerprint identification, photography and the identification and collection of evidence to be used in criminal prosecutions.
Det. Peter BaglioniJuvenile Detective
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x155
Officer Donald FamicoAnimal Control Officer
Det. James Gauthier (Retired)Latent Print Technician
Administrative & Auxiliary Services Division
Traffic is part of our Special Operations Division.
Lt. Robert PrecszewskiDivision Commander
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x115
Officer Michael PageTraffic Officer / Vehicle for Hire Licensing
Officer Gary LebrunTraffic Officer
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x225
Officer Barry DriscollTraffic Officer
Telephone: 978-744-0171 x245
Community Impact Unit
Special Response Unit
Sgt. Kathleen MakrosFirearms License Investigator and Issuing Authority
Phone/Voice Mail Extension Directory
The following telephone extensions are mostly Voice Mail ONLY.
Business Line: 978-744-0171