Warren Police Department

  • Agency: Warren Police Department
  • Address: 1 Milton O Fountain Way, Warren, 01083 MA
  • Chief: Glenn McKiel (Chief of Police)
Phone: 413-436-9595
Fax: 413-436-7674

Warren Police Department is located at 1 Milton O Fountain Way, Warren, 01083 MA. The Chief of Police of the department is Glenn McKiel. The Warren Police Department phone number is 413-436-9595.

Warren Police Department News

The gas leak is being repaired and everyone evacuated was allowed to return home as of around 5:45 tonight.

There is a gas main leak on Quaboag Street. Parts of Quaboag, Hillside and Otis streets have been evacuated. Crews are on scene now and have slowed the leak considerably. Please stay away from the are until the repair is complete.

DISREGARD MISSING PERSON, HE HAS BEEN LOCATED!!!!! Warren Police are currently looking for Timothy Toomey. He was last seen in the vicinity of Old West Brookfield Road around 7 PM wearing black sweat pants, black and red sneakers and a gray tee shirt. He is 14 years old. 5’8 and 130 pounds with blonde hair and blue eyes If you see Timothy please notify the Warren PD immediately at 413-436-9595

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Due to the extremely hot weather and humidity the Citizens Police Academy class for tonight, Thursday July 5 has been cancelled. It will be too hot in the class room as there is no Air Conditioning ! See you all next week ! Please pass this on to your classmates !

Jason has been found and is being reunited with his family. Thank you to everyone who called in and put up posts in this forum to help us locate him.

Several reports that Jason was at the bonfire in West Brookfield tonight with two unidentified persons. If you saw him and know who he was with please called Warren Police Department at 413-436-9595

Warren Police are currently looking for Jason Bigos. He was last seen wearing a white cutoff t-shirt. Black nike shorts, Black nike sneakers. He is 14 years old. 5’7 170 pounds. He was last seen at around 6:30 tonight in the vicinity of High street. If you see Jason please notify the Warren PD immediately at 413-436-9595

I hope none of the officers in our department fall victim to this heinous crime

I attended the awards program yesterday at the Warren community Elementary school as well as the graduation. What a great bunch of kids and an outstanding array of teachers!!

Main Street by St Pauls is still being repaired. Crews are expected to be working for several more hours but the morning commute should be business as usual

Pole down on Route 67 in front of St Paul’s. Avoid the area until further notice

As a reminder, The Fire Chief and I will be at the Warren Senior Center on Wednesday June 13th at 6PM. We will be answering any questions our residents may have regarding the regionalizing of the dispatch center with the Rutland Regional Communications Center. The Director of the Rutland Regional Communications Center and the Rutland Town Administrator will be there as well. Refreshments will be provided compliments of the Warren Patrolmen’s Association

Beautiful summer day for the Quaboag seniors to graduate. Very nice ceremony with some very sentimental, eloquent and inspirational speeches. Congratulations to the Class of 2018!!

The Fire Chief and I will be at the Warren Senior Center on Wednesday June 13th at 6PM. We will be answering any questions our residents may have regarding the regionalizing of the dispatch center with the Rutland Regional Communications Center. Refreshments will be provided compliments of the Warren Patrolmen’s Association. There was some discussion last night at the selectmen‘s meeting and they tabled the issue until the 19th where they will vote to sign the inter-municipal agreement. We still do not have a cut-over date, but preparations have already begun. I was asked last night how much money this could potentially save the town. Our contribution to the Rutland center will be approximately $100,000.00 less than the current operating budget for our dispatch. In addition we will save an indistinct amount in operational hours by not having to perform administrative responsibilities regarding dispatch including, payroll, insurances and benefits, and hiring and employment responsibilities. Regionalization will provide us with tremendous upgrades in our current technology as well as new technology that we otherwise could not afford. As always, I am available to speak with you if you cannot come to the meeting next week. You can reach me at the police station at 436-9595 or by email at spiewakowski@warren-ma.gov

Another great by the hardworking boys in blue!!

At the selectmen‘s meeting tonight there will be discussion about relocating our dispatch to the Rutland Regional Communication Center. The board will be looking at, and possibly signing into an inter-municipal agreement as well as a memorandum of understanding with the regional center. We would be the fifth town to be serviced by Rutland. The other towns include Rutland, Oakham, Hubbardston and Barre. We have been working towards a regionalization effort for over eight years. Some residents have been asking about having a person at the front desk to address any immediate problems or concerns. We are looking at providing station coverage to answer questions and address any immediate needs during peak hours. Contrary to what has been circulating, the relocation of dispatch does not require a vote at town meeting. All that is needed is a majority vote of the board of selectmen. This effort will provide a better dispatch product for our residents and first responders. Our current dispatchers will have the opportunity to apply for a job at the center. If hired they will see better benefits, better pay, better technology and better training. Regionalization is strongly encouraged by State 911 and they strongly support our efforts. Our department will see tremendous increases in technology that will be funded by the State including new radios and portables for the police and fire departments, new radio infrastructure to support communications and new and better technology for police and fire department vehicles. It will also relieve the town of many administrative responsibilities and costs surrounding the dispatch operation. What we hope to accomplish through regionalization is a technologically advanced dispatch service to increase the safety of our residents and all of our first responders. I will also be advocating for the addition of another full-time officer. While I can’t provide an overall cost savings at this time, it likely will be substantial. In talks with the Board of Selectmen and the Fire Chief, we believe that this decision is in the best professional and financial interests of our town. I am available to discuss any concerns you may have and can be reached via email at spiewakowski@warren-ma.gov, or at the police station by calling 436-9595. Chief Bruce Spiewakowski

Today was the police/fire appreciation lunch at Quaboag. Thank you Ms Fellmeths and Ms Harders classes for providing a first rate lunch for us

The Warren Police Department was made aware tonight of a threat to the school that was made via an online video. Many concerned parents became aware of the threat and called the police department to voice their concerns. After an investigation and cooperation with the Quaboag Schools, West Brookfield Police and the Chicopee Police department the student who posted the video has been arrested and charged. There will be police present at the school in the morning but will only be there to reassure students, parents, faculty and staff that the threat was addressed. We have no reason to believe that it will be anything but business as usual tomorrow at the school.