Bentley University Police Department

  • Agency: Bentley University Police Department
  • Address: 175 Forest St, Waltham, 02452 MA
  • Chief:
Phone: 781.891.2201
Fax: 781.891.2559

Bentley University Police Department is located at 175 Forest St, Waltham, 02452 MA. The Bentley University Police Department phone number is 781.891.2201.

Bentley University Police Department News

Chief Leffler was honored today with the Founder’s Day award as he celebrated his 20th anniversary as the Chief of Police of the Bentley University Police Department. There is no one more deserving of such prestigious recognition. Congratulations Chief!

Members of the Bentley University Police Department met with some of the best students that Bentley University has during the Bentley MulticulturalCenter Bridging The Gap event. We are so fortunate to have such great students at Bentley. Really great evening. Thanks very much.

Mickey is looking like a great prospect to be a new officer. He’s already mastered driving and is great with the community!

Our thoughts are with the 6 officers shot and 1 officer killed in South Carolina tonight while they tried to serve a search warrant. #whenwillitstop

Chief Leffler and members of the Bentley University Police Department attended an annual 9-11 remembrance ceremony this morning to honor all those that lost their lives on that terrible day. Never forget these heroes who gave everything.

Bentley Community, if you haven't already, please take a minute to read Chief Leffler's email from yesterday regarding parking updates for tomorrow's home Bentley University Football game. The highlights: -- Parking for the game will be available at both UMass Waltham Field Station (240 Beaver Street) and Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts property (265 Beaver Street) -- Vehicles requiring handicap parking should use the Linden Street entrance to Lower Campus -- Inbound vehicle access to Lower Campus will be CLOSED beginning at 4:00pm There are other details in the email that may be important to you (particularly if you have a vehicle on Lower Campus), so please take a minute to read it in its entirety. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation in this matter, and GO FALCONS!

Great day with these men at our “meet and greet”. Well done gentlemen. Thanks very much.

Our hearts and minds are with our brother and sister Police Officers in Falmouth this evening. #backtheblue

Rest In Peace, Sgt. Michael Chesna. We were honored to have several officers represent our department at the wake and funeral services over the past two days. We continue to mourn this terrible loss, and our hearts go out to his family, his brothers and sisters in the Weymouth PD, and all who knew and loved him.

Rest in peace Officer Michael Chesna. The Bentley University Police Department offers their deepest condolences to Officer Chesna's family as well as the members of the Weymouth Police Department. We share our grief with you.

Bentley Police Officer Gatchell is on detail near Miller Hall today. He would like to remind everyone to not be a turkey and use the crosswalk! Happy Friday everyone!

The members of the Bentley University Police Department would like to wish everyone a happy 4th of July!

Officer Ryan Haney enjoys a little exercise riding his bike on patrol. Great weather.

Chief Leffler and his guys at Stow Acres for a great day of golf. Lots of fun had by all.

The 2018 Special Olympics Massachusetts Cruiser convoy!

Bentley University Police and Security Officers, along with over 200 other police departments from across Massachusetts, convoyed to Harvard Stadium today to support the Special Olympics athletes! Our department also had the privilege of participating in the annual cruiser convoy! #cruiserconvoy2018

The Bentley University Police Department would like to wish everyone a happy Memorial Day! Thank you to all who serve!

In honor of National EMS Week, the members of the Bentley University Police Department would like to thank Cataldo Ambulance Services and The Waltham Firefighters for all they do!

Bentley Security Officer Bob Tieri was on scene earlier today to help this big guy cross the road safely. Thanks to Security Officer Tieri, the snapping turtle did not turn into a speed bump!

"In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day and the calendar week in which May 15 falls, as National Police Week. Established by a joint resolution of Congress in 1962, National Police Week pays special recognition to those law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty for the safety and protection of others." In 2017, 135 officers died in the line of duty. We remember our fallen brothers and sisters and honor their sacrifices each day, but particularly on Peace Officers Memorial Day, and we mourn with all those who continue to mourn their passing. Thank you to all who serve their communities with honor and dignity.

Chief Leffler and members of Bentley PD wish Diana Tisbert a healthy, happy and long retirement. It was always a pleasure working with her. Well done Diana.

Having a ball with Bentley Police Officers Rixford and Hill at #springday2018

The members of the Bentley University Police Department offer their deepest condolences to the Somerset County Sheriff's Department. Deputy Cpl. Eugene Cole was shot and killed in the line of duty earlier this morning. We weep with you.

Rest in Peace, Officer Sean Gannon. Our thoughts are with Officer Gannon's family and friends and with our brothers and sisters with the Yarmouth Police Dept. We join you in mourning this terrible loss.

Chief Leffler and Officer Dan Hill.