Brunswick Police Department

  • Agency: Brunswick Police Department
  • Address: 85 Pleasant Street, Brunswick , 04011 ME
  • Chief:
Phone: (207) 725-5521
Fax: (207) 725-6627

Brunswick Police Department is located at 85 Pleasant Street, Brunswick , 04011 ME. The Brunswick Police Department phone number is (207) 725-5521.

Brunswick Police Department News

UPDATE - Owners have been located! Anyone know who this little girl belongs to? She was found on Route 125 in Freeport, and is currently at the Coastal Humane Society.

Stop-A-Theft October 17-24

Can you identify? Officer Bernier is looking to speak to this woman in reference to a theft at the Smoke Shop. If you can identify her please contact Officer Bernier at 207-721-4338 or jbernier@brunswickpd.org

We are excited to announce our newest (and by far best looking) officer - K9 Jack! Jack has been with us for five weeks and is currently training with his handler, Officer Funke. Jack is a 10 month old Dutch Shepherd with Brindle coloring. He is being trained with USPCA Region 9 and will be certified through them, as well as the State of Maine. Jack’s training and certifications will be in tracking, evidence searches, apprehension, building searches and narcotics detection.

Can you identify? This male is being sought for questioning about a theft at Bull Moose. If you can identify please contact Ofc. Tompson at 721-4347 or ctompson@brunswickpd.org

Anti-Shoplifting Campaign October 7-16

Scam Alert!

Stop-A-Theft: Week of September 30- October 6

Can you help Officer Bedard identify this male and female. They are wanted for questioning reference a theft. If so, you can contact him at nbedard@brunswickpd.org or at 207-721-4381.

Are you, or someone you know, looking for a job in law enforcement? The Brunswick Police Department, a progressive and community-oriented team of law enforcement professionals, is seeking to an opening in our PATROL division. If you are looking for a career in a rewarding field, and are up for a challenge – APPLY TODAY! Application deadlines: October 19, 2018 by 3PM Completed applications, along with resume, cover letter and other supporting documents, may be returned to the Human Resources Department, 85 Union Street, Brunswick, ME 04011. Materials may be delivered, mailed, e-mailed to Jessica Factor at jfactor@brunswickme.org, or faxed to the attention of the H.R. Manager at (207) 725-6663. Click the link below for an online copy of the application. http://www.brunswickme.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Employment-Application-2017.pdf For more information visit our town’s webpage at www.brunswickme.org

The Brunswick Police Department is joining the Auburn Police Department in an Anti-shoplifting campaign. The crime of theft / shoplifting has been increasing as a call for police response. The Brunswick Police have always had a zero-tolerance for theft and will continue too. Moving forward we we will be posting photos of all offenders who are summonsed with theft/shoplifting #StopATheft #ZeroTolerance

Today officers gathered to remember one of our own. Ofc Swint died in the line of duty on October 1, 1990.

Yesterday the state of Maine unveiled the Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital plate. The "plate project" was started years ago by a the Westrich family. At age two, their daughter, Madison was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Madison underwent multiple surgeries and thanks to the BBCH she is now a teenager and doing well. Pictured below (R to L) CO Sonia Moeller, CO Joseph Westrich, Officer Fisher, and Madison Westrich. For each plate sold, and renewed, the hospital will get $10. The money will help support services and care for critically ill children.

Today was a special day for area Law Enforcement agencies. Members from Brunswick, Cumberland and Sagadahoc Counties, were present to meet Tyler and Sheena Carach, at the Brunswick Police Department. Tyler is an energetic 10 year old from Florida who is traveling across the United States saying thank you to Police Officers and celebrating with donuts. His visit to Maine today was his 41st state and we wanted to make it special. He was given a tour of the station, police vehicles, and had many photos taken! A big thank you to Sagadahoc and Cumberland Counties for visiting and making this event successful. After spending a couple of hours with us, they were headed to Knox County and then the Pennsylvania.

Please join us at Applebee’s tonight! All donations go to support Special Olympics Maine.

UPDATE 9/18 - escapee located!!!!!! Urgent public safety notice There has been an escape from Mountain View Correctional Facility in Charleston, Maine. Arnold Freeman Nash was incarcerated for robbery and murder from Hancock County. Subject is described as 5'06", 160 lb, blue eyes, sandy hair, age 65. Subject was last seen wearing blue jeans white T-shirt light blue shirt. DO NOT APPROACH. CONTACT LAW ENFORCEMENT

Officer Cutliffe is looking to identify the male who enters the redemption center and remains by the doorway. The male appears to be 25-30 years old, with dark hair and beard. He is wanted for questioning if reference to a theft. If you can identify the male contact Officer Cutliffe at 721-4323

Found dog, now at Coastal Humane Society.

Officer Kerry Wolongevicz is looking to speak to anyone who has purchased a dog from the Enmans. Most were sold from the Disc Golf location in Auburn. If so, please contact her at kwolongevicz@brunswickpd.org or call 721-4301.

Animal Control Officer wanted. The Town of Brunswick is seeking exceptional candidates for this challenging and responsible position in Public Safety. Located within the Brunswick Police Department; the selected candidate will respond to calls for service related to domestic and wild animals, assist animals in need, remove dead animals from public roads and enforce town ordinances related to animals and animal licensing. Pursuant to a regionalization initiative, this position may serve both Brunswick and a neighboring municipality. This is a 40-hour per week position. The Animal Control Officer normally works business hours, but may also be required to respond to complaints during off-duty hours, as well as assisting patrol officers and performing limited patrol functions during times of emergency. The successful candidate must be able to adapt to change, be committed to customer service, be a “team player” and possess a problem solving attitude. The successful candidate will have a high school diploma or GED, as well as experience and proficiency in the use of computers. Prior experience preferred; however, training will be conducted with the selected candidate. The successful candidate must be able to attain certification as a State of Maine Animal Control Officer within six (6) months. Following application and a review of candidate credentials, selected candidates will be extended an interview. The final candidate must pass an extensive background check and pre-employment physical. This Union position has a starting pay range of $15.36 to $19.87 hour, DOE. The Town's benefits include options for health, dental, life and disability insurances; retirement plan choices, paid vacations, compensatory time, personal time and holidays. An application is required and available, with job description, from the Town Manager’s Office, 85 Union Street, Brunswick, or on the Town website at www.brunswickme.org. Applications are due by 5 PM, September 7, 2018 The Town of Brunswick is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Can you identify? Officer Bernier is looking to speak to this male reference to a theft and criminal mischief complaint. You can contact Ofc. Bernier at721-4338 or jbernier@brunswickpd.org

Animal Cruelty Investigation Press Release On 8/11/18 the Brunswick Police charged Kyle and Diana Enman, both of Brunswick, with (1) Cruelty to Animals, (2) Failing to Give Animals Humanely Clean Conditions,(3) Failing to Give Animals Proper Indoor Shelter, (4) Failing to Give Animals Necessary Medical Attention, and (5) Failing to Give Animals Necessary Sustenance. These charges stemmed from an investigation and subsequent search warrant of the Enman's River Rd., home where 44 dogs and 1 bird were taken in to protective custody. We would like to thank The State of Maine Animal Welfare agents and Veterinarian, Coastal Humane Society, Androscoggin Valley Humane Society and the Lewiston Police Department's ACO for their assistance in this case.