Welcome to the Everett Police Website
2017 Annual Report. This file is large and may take time to download depending on internet speeds. 'Download Report HERE'
Lieutenant Liaison Program. 'Click HERE to view your Ward Lieutenant'
2017 Annual Report:
On behalf of the men and women of the Everett Police Department (EPD), I am proud to present to you the 2017 Annual Report. We continue to work hard in the development of sound crime reduction strategies in an effort to make our city a safe place for all to live, work, and play. Our community partnerships are stronger than ever and our strategies to reduce crime and harm in our community have again been successful over the past year. Our commitment to transparency and accountability over the years has helped us build a strong trust with those we serve. With the increased use of social media over the past few years, we have now moved in behind the Boston PD as the 2nd most popular Facebook page in the Metro Boston area. Click HERE to view the 2017 Annual Report
Harvard Law School Study:
The Everett Police Department (EPD) asked our team, a group of students from the Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Project (HNMCP), to assess perceptions of current EPD practices and address any potential sources of tension or conflict between police and local youth.
Photo: Harvard and EPD Team. Click on image to view full size.
Being Stopped by the Police:
English: What to expect when stopped by the Police
Lieutenant Liaison Program:
The Everett Police Department’s Lieutenant Liaison
Calls for Service Evaluation:
The Everett Police Dept is committed to providing the highest quality police service possible. With that in mind we are actively soliciting your input and feedback. If you recently called the Everett Police for a Service Call or to file a Report of a Crime, let us know how we are doing:
Drug Drop Off Program:
PLEASE HELP the Everett Police Department keep prescription drugs out of the wrong hands. Chief Steven A. Mazzie encourages residents to drop off their expired or unused prescriptions at our new drop box located in the station lobby. The drop box is available 24hrs a day, seven days a week and can handle all unused medications with the exception of liquids. The purpose of the drop box is to prevent prescriptions medications into the hands of young people. Additionally, it encourages the proper disposal and destruction of these medications by the police department and the improper disposal by flushing these medications which could seep into our water systems.