Boston College Police Department

  • Agency: Boston College Police Department
  • Address: 140 Commonwealth Avenue, Chestnut Hill, 02467 MA
  • Chief: Robert Morse (Chief of Police)
Phone: 617-552-4440
Fax: 617-552-2480

Boston College Police Department is located at 140 Commonwealth Avenue, Chestnut Hill, 02467 MA. The Chief of Police of the department is Robert Morse. The Boston College Police Department phone number is 617-552-4440.

Boston College Police Department News

Law School Commencement Parking Friday, May 25, 2018 The Boston College Law School will hold its Commencement in Conte Forum, Friday, May 25, 2018 at 10:30 AM. As a result, the Beacon garage Merkert, and St. Ignatius lots will be closed from 7:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. on Friday, May 25, 2018. Only participants in the Law School Commencement and their families will be allowed access to these parking areas. All other faculty, staff and students are directed to park in the Commonwealth Garage or the surface lots on lower campus. Your cooperation is appreciated. Questions or comments? Please e-mail

This week is National EMS Week. Join us as we show our respect and sincere appreciation to our dedicated partners with our very own Boston College EMS, Armstrong Ambulance Service *Official Page* and Cataldo Ambulance Service These folks provide a professional and critical service to our community and we are grateful for their commitment and partnerships. Thank you! #EMSWeek #thankanEMT

From Parking & Transportation: Commencement Weekend Parking Sunday, May20, 2018 Faculty and staff participating or supporting the Baccalaureate Mass may park in either garage on campus. These vehicles may not park overnight. All garage gates will be open. Monday, May 21, 2018 Faculty and staff coming to campus should park at the Newton Campus, the Chestnut Hill Mall, or 300 Hammond Pond Parkway. Shuttle service will be available from the Chestnut Hill Mall and 300 Hammond Pond Parkway to Alumni Stadium Gate E. An employee shuttle will run between Gate E and the Brighton Campus. An employee shuttle will run between Newton Campus and the Brighton Campus. Shuttle service will be available from the Newton Campus to College Road. Shuttle service from 300 Hammond Pond Parkway will begin at 4:30 AM and will end at 6:00 PM. All other shuttle services begin at 5:00 AM and end at 6:00 PM We appreciate your anticipated cooperation. Congratulations Class of 2018! Questions or comments? Please e-mail

Yesterday, members of the Boston College Police Department and the Department of Public Safety hosted its Annual Senior BBQ and Cook-out. Police and Public Safety personnel worked hard manning grills, and serving food to our seniors. This is always a well anticipated event and one that we have enjoyed doing for the past 8 years. Congratulations to our graduating seniors.

On this Peace Officer's Memorial Day, join us as we pay tribute to one of our very own and remember the sacrifice he paid serving this community. BC Police Officer Thomas Devlin succumbed to injuries on April 6, 2007 that he sustained in September 1988 when he was exposed to military-grade teargas that had been set off in the ventilation system of a college residence hall. Officer Devlin was one of the first officers to respond to the scene and immediately assisted with evacuating residents from the hall. The exposure to the chemicals caused Officer Devlin to suffer burns to over 65% of his lungs. He was hospitalized several times with viral infections as a result of the injuries. The person who set off the tear gas was never identified. His lungs suffered further damage in May 1999 when he responded to a fire in another residence hall and was exposed to the smoke while evacuating residents. He was hospitalized again after that incident and was forced to medically retire in 2004. Officer Devlin had served with the Boston College Police Department for 21 years. #LODD

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. Join us as we pay our respect to those officers who have paid the ultimate sacrifice to protect the communities in which they serve.

Earlier today, we recognized Ryan Little & Laine Langenbrunner, two Boston College students who provided conspicuous service to the greater Boston community during the 122nd Running of the Boston Marathon, on Monday, April 16th. On Monday, April 16th runners of the Boston Marathon ran along the same winding course the Marathon has followed for many decades ‍—‌26 miles of roads and city streets, starting in Hopkinton and passing through 6 Massachusetts cities and towns, to finish on Boylston Street in Boston. This year however, runners were faced with inclement weather where it rained throughout the day, heavy at times, with temperatures in the 40's and gusty winds. This type of weather certainly presented its challenges to runners. During the passing of the elite runners, several began experiencing signs and symptoms of hypothermia. Students Little, Langenbrunner along with Kaitlin Burt and James Carelli (not pictured) immediately recognized that runners being brought into the lobby were in need of assistance and jumped right in to assist with first responders caring for the patients. Students grabbed as many towels, jackets, blankets and other articles of clothing to help wrap runners up in and keep them warm, while keeping them in high spirits. The students were presented with certificates of appreciation, official BCPD shoulder patch, #WEAREBC lapel pin and $5.00 gift certificate to White Mountain Creamery. We are proud of these young women and man who demonstrated being "Men and Women for others".

Sharing for our friends at the Fort Worth TX Police Department. A little Mother's Day humor. Happy Mother's Day to all those Mom's out there that do their part to keep us safe.

BCPD would like to wish all of our students good luck on their exams! From all of us at the police department, keep up the good work in the final push, we know you will do great! #WEAREBC

It was great to see and welcome back to the Heights today former Boston College Softball pitcher and Alum Jordan Weed. Jordan also worked her senior year as a student intern with the Boston College Police Department and will soon be graduating from a police academy in New Jersey, where she lives. Jordan may be surprised in a few weeks as to some of the attendees at her graduation. Shhh...don't tell!

Today, we were proud to participate in the Boston College Back the Blue Day/Softball Game. We welcomed members of the Massachusetts State Police, the Wheaton College Police Department, and the Newton Police Department to be a part of this awesome event. After a memorable pre-game ceremony, all the officers joined us for a lunch and some social time. Thanks to everyone who participated! Boston CollegeBoston College AthleticsBoston College SoftballMassachusetts State PoliceWheaton College MassachusettsNewton MA Police Department

Don't forget, the @Boston College Softball "Back the Blue Day" happening today at 1pm. The Boston College Softball team has invited police officers and departments to their game as honored guests.

Today, members of the Boston College Police Department and Boston College EMS were recognized on the field for the annual Boston College Baseball Public Safety game. Tossing out the first pitch were Boston College Police Department Officer Michael Wheeler and Boston College EMT Alex Statkevich. In March of this year, Officer Wheeler, along with Boston College EMS personnel, responded to a 911 medical call where a student was experiencing anaphylactic shock. Upon arrival, Officer Wheeler learned that a friend, while attempting to assist the victim, accidentally deployed the EpiPen on herself, thus presenting not just one medical victim, but two. Officer Wheeler and BC EMT Alex Statkevich quickly identified that the second individual needed medical attention and requested additional resources. While Officer Wheeler deployed his department issued EpiPen on the original victim, BC EMT Statkevich, along with his team rendered medical aid to the second victim, providing vital stabilization of oxygen until an ambulance arrived. Boston College

Yesterday, we spent a few hours at O'Neill Library sharing Coffee, Cookies, and Hot Chocolate with our hard-working students. We also walked on rounds in the library, identifying laptops and belongings left unattended, and stayed with them until their owners returned. Our goal was to spread awareness surrounding leaving items unattended in public places. Catch us next week during finals week back in the library!

Reflecting back on Autism Awareness Month, we at BCPD were very happy to host two events in support of the movement. Our participation to #LightItUpBlue helped bring a little joy to a young man and spread hope to our community. Looking forward to continuing our support of the cause in the coming year ahead.

Join us tonight for Coffee with the Cops, O'Neill Library at 6:30 pm.

Join us for Coffee with the Cops this Wednesday at O'Neill Library, 6:30pm.

Yesterday, members of BCPD, MassRides, BCBikes, and Kryptonite Locks held a Bike Safety event in front of Corcoran Commons. Interacting with well over 100 people, we registered 8 bikes, and handed out many fruit smoothies. Looking forward to doing another event like this in Fall 2018.

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The Boston College Softball Team invites all police departments and their officers to attend the May 5 match against Georgia Tech as honored guests. Please join us for Boston College's Back the Blue Day! Boston College SoftballBoston CollegeBoston Police Department (Official)MIT PoliceNortheastern University Police DepartmentBoston University Police DepartmentTufts University Police DepartmentSuffolk University Police and Security Department

The 2018 Boston College Bike Expo is April 24, from 11 am - 2pm. Located in the Corcoran Commons Plaza, the event will feature Bike Registration, Giveaways, Raffles, and Free Mechanical Tune-ups, not to mention a bike powered blender and smoothies. Don't miss it! Boston College Boston College Emergency Management BC Res Life

Our officers and staff support Relay for Life! Dream Big, Hope Big, Relay Big. Good luck tonight Boston College Relay For Life

Over the past three weeks, we have held three Coffee w/ the Cops events @ Walsh Hall, Vanderslice Hall, and the Hillside Bus stop. We loved interacting with all the students, and we have plenty of coffee and donuts to give away in the next couple of weeks. Stay tuned for more events coming down the pipeline!

We are hoping everyone will catch the marathon spirit and want to come out and run, walk or roll for the Campus School. The volunteers are hoping to have great representation from the BC student body, and the CS family (families, their friends and staff)! The Campus School Volunteers are pleased to invite you to the Inaugural Campus School 5k on Saturday, April 21st- 10am start!! The race will begin on Linden Lane in front of beautiful Gasson Hall , make it's way around campus, the reservoir and end at Campus School (Merkert Plaza...just behind the school) with a DJ, snacks and celebration. You can find the event on FB on their page, instagram and on their website. If you have any questions please email The Campus School at Boston College