Bridgton Police Department

  • Agency: Bridgton Police Department
  • Address: 8 Iredale Street, Bridgton, 01272 ME
  • Chief: David Lyons (Chief of Police)

Bridgton Police Department is located at 8 Iredale Street, Bridgton, 01272 ME. The Chief of Police of the department is David Lyons. The Bridgton Police Department phone number is 207-647-8814.

Bridgton Police Department News

A firefighter helmet was recently turned into us and we would love to return it to its owner. It was found off Sweden Road on Sunday 10/14/2018. It does not belong to anyone on our Fire Department. 👨‍🚒

Just another day at the office.

We would like to welcome Officer Brandan George to the department. Brandan grew up in the area and is a 2016 Lake Region High School graduate. He joined the United States Army National Guard in 2015. He achieved his associates degree in Criminal Justice at Central Maine Community College. Brandan was also our department’s Park Ranger this summer. Brandan will attend the Basic Law Enforcement Training Program at the Maine Criminal Justice Academy in January.

We here at BPD are looking for someone who may have lost or misplaced their antique Honda motorcycle this afternoon. Possibly out of the back of a pickup truck? Maybe someone saw you lose it on Route 107? We have it in a safe place for you, so come on down and claim it! *UPDATE* Okay, okay, we obviously know it was stolen. Although it has been returned to its rightful owner, we would still like to know who stole it! It was recovered today on South Bridgton Road near the apple orchard. Maybe someone saw it in the bed of a pickup recently? Maybe in someone’s back yard? Maybe on one of those fancy swap and sell sites? If you have any information, please contact Officer Muise at (207) 647-8814 or message our Facebook page. Thank you!

For those who use Bridgton Hospital and want a say in its future, please consider attending this crucial public meeting.

Seventeen years ago this evening, we went to bed secure in the knowledge that we were safe in our homes. We got up the next morning ready to take on the day by enjoying life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. By the time the day was over, the ugly truth became readily apparent that there are many people in this world that want nothing more than for us, our families, and our way of life wiped off the face of the earth. We must always be on our game, ever vigilant, and most importantly "Never Forget"

Come on out to Irving and #coverthecruiser for Special Olympics.


Tomorrow from 10-2 our officers will be at the Bridgton Lil’ Mart Irving Oil for Fueling Dreams for Special Olympics Maine. We’ll be pumping gas for a great cause. Hope to see you there.

This is what happened earlier today when a young family had trouble starting thier car near the police department. Chief Stillman "jumped" into action and helped them on their way.

Officer Muise’s son was the first one to dunk Chief Stillman! #NationalNightOut

It almost time for #NationalNightOut

Mark your calendars, Bridgton PD is happy to host our second annual National Night Out. This year we'll be at the Jr. Harmon field on lower Main Street. Come out, have some fun, and enjoy this great community with us. Hope to see you there...

Thanks to Frank Howell for coming down and educating all of us on some of the things he is working on, and how how they work. It was a beautiful afternoon and I think the kids enjoyed themselves. #communitypolicing

Woods Pond Beach will be closed down effective immediately. There will be no swimming at this beach until further notice.

****UPDATE**** Richard McDaniel has been found safe.

Happy Independence Day Bridgton! 🇺🇸

Just a reminder for everyone coming out to see the fireworks this evening. At the end of the show traffic will be directed according to the map below. This is the same traffic pattern we used last year. It is recommended that you park your vehicle close to the appropriate outlet. As always we will have officers at each point, on foot, and bicycle patrol so please stop us and ask if you have a question.