Essex County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Essex County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 20 Manning Avenue, Middleton, 1949 MA
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Phone: (978) 750-1900
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Essex County Sheriff's Office is located at 20 Manning Avenue, Middleton, 1949 MA. The Essex County Sheriff's Office phone number is (978) 750-1900.

Essex County Sheriff's Office News

MEMORIAL DAY, 2018...Proud to march in Lynn's Memorial Day Parade and to attend the moving ceremony to honor Lynn's veterans at Pine Grove Cemetery. Sheriff Coppinger pictured with Lynn Police Department Honor Guard: Officers Titou Kim, Robert Hogan, Peter Alexander, and Mark Lee.

MEMORIAL DAY, 2018 Danvers Memorial Day Parade...Taking time to remember and honor all of the men and women who sacrificed so much to protect and preserve the freedoms we are all blessed with today.

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT EMPLOYEES BASED OUT OF THE PRE-RELEASE CENTER IN LAWRENCE ARE RECOGNIZED FOR THEIR ACTIONS AND PROFESSIONALISM.

Basic Training Academy 17-01

10 ECSD employees participated in the CORE (Correctional Outreach Resilience Education) Addictions Conference held at the Massachusetts Corrections Officer Federated Union in Milford, MA. The attendees will be offering peer support to fellow ECSD employees. Photo (L to R): Jacquelyn Richards, Vincent Ferrante, Alexander Bergen, Maurice Pratt, George Arauz, Lauren Iannelli, Ann Zannini, Jennifer Walsh, Jennifer Cubi & Jeffrey Cruz

MEMBERS OF ESSEX COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT ATTEND "PEOPLE OF COLOR IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE CONFERENCE" The conference hosted by Middlesex County Sheriff Peter Koutoujian at Framingham State University focused on resiliency. Correctional Officers, lawyers, social workers, police officers and advocates took part in workshops presented by Public Defender William Snowden and Professor Carlos Montiero of Suffolk University. Speakers included Dr. Tracie L. Keesee, Deputy Commissioner of Equity and Inclusion for the New York City Police Department and Asha Rangappa, former Special Agent for the FBI and Legal and National Security Analyst.

Congratulations to ECSD's Jon Campbell for receiving the Law Enforcement Public Service Award from the United States Attorney’s Office in Boston. The award was given for Jon’s part in the FBI’s multi-year effort to reduce violent crime in Lawrence. Federal, State, County and Local law enforcement broke up a sophisticated Lawrence kidnapping crew and assisted in convicting nine people for kidnapping and firearm offenses in 2017. Great job, JC! Photo (L to R): Director of Security David Earle and Assistant Director of Security Jonathan Campbell.

UTEC PROGRAMS FOR TEENS AT-RISK EXPAND IN LOWELL...Sheriff Coppinger was on hand to offer congratulations and support to United Teen Equality Center, Inc. (UTEC,Inc.) and its stakeholders as they launched the opening of their early childhood center and community kitchen. These new programs advance their mission nurture the ambition of proven-risk youth and help them trade violence and poverty for social and economic success.

Essex County Sheriff Kevin F. Coppinger presents certificates to recognize Correctional Officers for their outstanding job performance.

Essex County Sheriff Kevin F. Coppinger presents certificates to recognize Correctional Officers for their outstanding job performance.

All visits at the Middleton Correctional Facility are cancelled for Saturday May 19th, Sunday May 20th & Monday May 21st, 2018. Defense attorneys may still meet with their clients, but please consider alternative dates.

Essex County Sheriff's Department is now accepting applications for our September 2018 Basic Training Academy. Please visit our Career Opportunities page on our website. https://www.essexsheriffma.org/career-opportunities

Salisbury Office of Community Corrections recognized the success of their most recent graduates. Partnering with community resources increases services at one location and improves communication between agencies for the benefit of the participants. #CorrectionsWk

Correctional Officers and staff enjoyed a great barbecue during National Correctional Officers and Employees Week at the Lawrence Pre-Release Center. #CorrectionsWk

SHERIFF COPPINGER ATTENDS THE ESSEX COUNTY LAW & EDUCATION DAY. The Anti-Defamation League Hosted "The Road From Hate to Hope" event at the Kernwood Country Club in Salem today.

Congratulations to Sgt. Jim Paragios for 21 years of dedicated service with the Essex County Sheriff's Department. Good luck in your retirement! Thank you for your service.

ECSD officers and staff enjoyed a well deserved cook-out today in recognition of National Correctional Officers Week. This week we encourage everyone to recognize the professionalism, dedication and courage that our ECSD officers and correctional officers across the country bring to their jobs every day. #CorrectionsWk

LYNN CITY COUNCIL & PUBLIC HEALTH DEPT. HOLD OPIOID ADDICTION FORUM IN LYNN CITY HALL. The current national opioid crisis has created serious challenges for cities, schools, families and individuals. Medical, civic, community health and law enforcement leaders participated in a public forum to present information about what options and resources are available to help families prevent and intervene when the opioid crisis hits home. Special thanks to Councilor-at-Large Brian Field from the Opioid Sub-Committee and Michele Desmarais, Lynn Public Health Director, for Organizing and Moderating the event. Panelists included: Sheriff Kevin Coppinger, District Attorney Jonathan Blodgett, Community Liason Patrick Byrne, Director of Behavioral Health Wendy Kent, Lynn Community Health CEO Dr. Kiame Mahaniah and Lynn Chief of Police Michael Mageary.

SAUGUS ROTARY INVITES SHERIFF COPPINGER TO SUMMARIZE DEPARTMENTS ROLE IN CORRECTIONS AND REENTRY.

On 4/20/2018 Sgt. Jen Walsh and Sgt. John Zaccari attended the USPCA K9 Narcotics Certification trials held in Chelmsford Ma. The USPCA is a nationally recognized association with extremely high standards. These standards are used throughout the United States to judge and certify K9 Narcotics teams. Although this is not a required certification Sgt. Walsh and Sgt. Zaccari took it upon themselves to train for and obtain this certification on their own. They were judged against 21 other K9 teams from 17 different Law Enforcement agencies across the region. Sgt. Walsh finished the trial with a score of 199.67 out of a possible 200 points to finish in 1st place, and Sgt. Zaccari scored 198.00 to finish in 4th place. We commend you both on your motivation and drive to represent our K9 unit with such success!!

Congratulations to Officer John Cassidy who was awarded the Air Force Achievement Medal for outstanding achievement during his deployment to Iraq with the 158th Maintenance Squadron, 158th Fighter Wing based in Burlington, VT. The medal and the certificate of achievement were presented by Lt. Colonel Brian Lepine and Master Sgt. Eric Sauve at the 2nd shift Roll Call. The citation reads in part, “The distinctive accomplishments of Staff Sergeant John Cassidy reflect credit upon himself, Air National Guard, and the United States Air Force.” ECSD is proud of John and thanks him for his service!

Our heartfelt and deepest condolences are with Officer Sean Gannon's family and friends and the Yarmouth Police Department for your tragic loss today.

Sheriff Kevin Coppinger attended District Attorney Jonathan Blodgett’s 16th Annual School Safety Conference today. The room was filled with dedicated teachers, mental health professionals and law enforcement personnel that collaborate to fight the opioid epidemic. The conference provided valuable insight into the strategies for prevention and intervention with children that are often traumatized and more at risk for substance abuse.