Kennebunk Police Department

  • Agency: Kennebunk Police Department
  • Address: 4 Summer St, Kennebunk, 04043 ME
  • Chief: Mathew B Baker (Chief of Police)
Phone: (207) 985-2102
Fax: (207) 985-8769

Kennebunk Police Department is located at 4 Summer St, Kennebunk, 04043 ME. The Chief of Police of the department is Mathew B Baker. The Kennebunk Police Department phone number is (207) 985-2102.

Kennebunk Police Department News

We're ready for Halloween at KPD! Stop by between 5:00 and 8:00 pm when you're out trick-or-treating!

Please note traffic restrictions on Summer Street for Halloween on 10/31.

Route 99 is now OPEN. Please avoid Route 99 at the Sanford town line as power lines and a tree are blocking the roadway.

This morning Town Clerk Merton Brown and Chief Robert MacKenzie swore in our newest full-time police officer, Kevin Schoff! Kevin comes by way of Wells PD where he has spent the last five years as a full-time police officer and was assigned part-time to CID & part-time Patrol. Kevin is a certified FTO, Spike Mat Instructor, NARK II Field Testing Instructor, and has been trained in CIT and ARIDE. Prior to law enforcement Kevin was a Corrections Officer at the Strafford NH County Jail and York County Jail. Kevin was awarded the 2015 Employee of the Year, awarded the Intensive Traffic Enforcement Officer for the years, 2014, 2015, 2016 & 2017, and received a commendation for meritorious service in 2016 for his work in investigating a multi-state counterfeit check scheme. Welcome Officer Schoff!!

Don’t forget today’s Drug Take Back Day at Hannaford from 10-2!

Here is a great video of the two bobcats!

Kennebunk Police Department has been receiving copies of some great wildlife videos and photographs from our citizens. Here some great pictures of a pair of bobcats! We remind our residents to continue to enjoy our native wildlife from a distance. We would like to offer the following tips to prevent any issues with some of the animals we commonly receive questions on. These would be bears, coyotes, foxes, bobcats, etc. Most conflicts with our native Maine Wildlife can be prevented by properly securing and removing common food attractants around homes. Citizens should also remain vigilant as always when outside and never leave your pets or children outside unattended. Preventing Conflicts with Bears, Coyotes, and Bobcats: • Don’t feed wildlife. Feeding deer, turkey, and other mammals draws not only those animals but also predators: Predators follow prey. • Bring in your bird feeders each spring. Prevent the buildup of bird seed, suet, and other feeder foods under feeders when you do leave them outside. • Bring trash to the curb on the morning of trash pickup. Taking the trash out the night before might save time in the morning but is an open invitation to wildlife to enjoy an evening snack. • Keep dumpster lids closed and do not allow dumpster(s) to overflow. • Clean your grills and empty the grease cup after each use. Do not discard grease on the ground. Burn-off any food residue, clean blood and grease drippings, and discard food wrappers. • Feed dogs and cats indoors and clean up after them. • Keep dogs and cats indoors, especially from dusk to dawn. • Enclose poultry in a secure enclosure. More information is available online. Many of these tips are taken directly from Maine Inland Fisheries and Wildlife webpage. If you have any conflicts after taking the above precautions, please contact your local Game Warden. Most importantly, enjoy the outdoors.

We will be at Hannaford Supermarket on Saturday, 10/27 from 10a-2p for Drug Take Back Day. Turn in your unwanted or expired medication. Please, no sharps or liquids.

We're halfway through October! Several of our officers are sporting new facial hair or blue nail polish as part of the "Beards for Bucks" campaign to benefit the Child Advocacy Center of York County. You can help support this great cause with a donation at: https://www.gofundme.com/3rd-annual-beards-for-bucks

This morning School Resource Officer Mark Carney recognized Duni Lowry as the September recipient of the Leadership Award. Recipients are chosen based on volunteerism, school citizenship, school spirit and leading by example. Congratulations Duni!

There will be paving in the area of Main St and Fletcher and Portland Rd tonight. Please watch for detours and workers. Thank you.

Thank you to all who came out for Coffee with a Cop this morning at McDonald’s!

Come see us tomorrow at McDonald’s from 8-10 for Coffee with a Cop!

Kennebunk Kindness Day 2018 Let us remember who we are as a community - we are people who pass each other while shopping or walking our beaches, who pump gas together at our local stations, who may work together and may even be neighbors. Together we make up this community in many different ways. Let’s be supportive, proud and kind to each other. Kennebunk Police Department/VIPs and Downeast Flowers, spreading kindness!

Some of our officers will be sporting some new facial hair in October, as part of the "Beards for Bucks" fundraiser for Sexual Assault Response Services of Southern Maine and the Child Advocacy Center!

This bunny was found on High Street today. It was brought to the Animal Welfare Society in West K. Hop on over there to claim this bunny if it’s yours or know who it belongs too!

No, you don't have double vision and you're not chewing double mint gum.....

Great teamwork!

A black wet suit was found in the lower village area. If you can identify the manufacturer and size, we’d like to return it to you! Please contact Det. Borst at #604-1319 for further information.

Thank you to Mrs. Paquette's 3rd grade class at Sea Road School for all the handmade cards on 9/11! This warms our hearts!

Thank you to everyone who came out Saturday to Irving as we raised money for Special Olympics of Maine during the Fueling Dreams fundraiser!

We can’t thank the Atria of Kennebunk enough for the bbq dinner they put on last night! Great food, music, people and hospitality made for a delightful evening! Thank you!