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Pittsfield Massachusetts Police Station Address: 39 Allen St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, United States


7 days ago
@g7bos Many of those questions can be answered by going to our department website. We are a civil service department which has standard hiring practices for those who take the state test.

1 week ago
We would like to extend our appreciation and gratitude to those who came out yesterday. Whether you stood on the… https://t.co/ATpcA8CTM5

1 week ago
Thank you to the youngsters at Tot Spot for your support. Officer Brenna Dorr was surprised this afternoon by the… https://t.co/DN2OiNlhwo

2 weeks ago
Alright ladies, the next R.A.D. class is here. It will fill up fast so do not wait long. Ladies, you can also register by calling Berkshire Health Systems Education Department at 447-2132. #RADTraining #CommunityPartners #SelfDefense #StandYourGround https://t.co/T7DteI6tjO

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2 weeks ago
Pecks Rd. is now open to all traffic. Luckily, the operator escaped with minimal injuries. Our Traffic Unit is investigating. #PittsfieldTraffic https://t.co/QTrrPDghwp

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The Pittsfield Police Department is a progressive, professional, contemporary law enforcement agency that is dedicated to our core missions of protecting lives and property. We work in cooperation with a wide range of constituencies to achieve this goal.

The men and women of the Pittsfield Police Department have made a commitment to provide professional comprehensive policing in partnership with all our citizens. As we police and serve our community, we pledge to uphold the standards set forth in our vision, mission and value statements.

Welcome to the Official Facebook page of the Pittsfield Massachusetts Police Department. We hope that through this page, our Official website (www.pittsfieldpd.org), and our Official Twitter account (@PittsfieldPD) we can enhance our public information outreach, create channels for two way dialog between the department and the community, and to embrace the Department’s belief of community involvement. Please note that this page is not always monitored, and time sensitive information should be directed to our department’s non-emergency request for police number at 413-448-9700 IF THIS IS AN EMERGENCY, DIAL 9-1-1.

The Pittsfield Police Department reserves the right to block any Facebook user and remove any comments that are inappropriate or offensive; including, but not limited to: • Advertisements of any kind. • Profane language or content. • Content that promotes, fosters, or perpetuates discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, age, religion, gender, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, national origin, physical or mental disability, or sexual orientation. • Explicit or implied sexual content. • Conduct implying, promoting, or encouraging illegal activity. • Information that might compromise the safety or security of the public. • Any other post that, by its nature or content, is argumentative, harassing, or disruptive. • Contain links to inappropriate websites.

The Pittsfield Police will remove any posts or ban any users who violate the above rules or impede our ability to communicate with the public in an emergency. Users and posts may be restored once the emergency has been mitigated. If you have questions or concerns about this page, please contact our department Public Information Officer Lieutenant Gary Traversa at 413-448-9700 ext. 412.

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Pittsfield Police Department added 8 new photos.1 week ago

We would like to extend our appreciation and gratitude to those who came out yesterday. Whether you stood on the side of the road as we marched by, sent us messages with your condolences, or attended Lt. Michael Winston’s funeral yesterday, we thank you. The skies unfortunately opened up and poured down on the men and woman who marched the half mile to St. Charles Church.

Thank you Worcester Police Department (Official) for sending your department’s bagpiper. Thank you Massachusetts State Police for covering the city during the wake and funeral and also for your assistance with the ceremony. Thank you to the numerous Berkshire County Law Enforcement agencies who assisted with traffic. Thank you to Sheriff Bowler and the Berkshire County Sheriff’s Office for your operational support as well as your Honor Guard and Mounted Unit.

Loosing this great man was a shock and filling his huge shoes will be hard. To Lt. Winston’s love of his life Kate and their 4 beautiful children, you will always be part of the blue family. Thank you for allowing your father to give up countless hours of precious family time in order to keep our community safe from evil. His loss should be a reminder that we are all on borrowed time and that tomorrow is never promised.

Lt. Winston was definitely a fan of his Pittsburgh Steelers. He was a sports fan all around and in his limited off hours, spent much of them coaching baseball and watching his children compete. Most recently in his career, Lt. Winston was the midnight Shift Commander as well as the Commander for the highly trained Berkshire County Special Response Team. #RIPLtWinston #FallenBrother #ThinBlueLine

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Alright ladies, the next R.A.D. class is here. It will fill up fast so do not wait long. Ladies, you can also register by calling Berkshire Health Systems Education Department at 447-2132. #RADTraining #CommunityPartners #SelfDefense #StandYourGround

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Pittsfield Police Department2 weeks ago

TRAFFIC IMPACT ADVISORY

On January 12, 2018, the funeral services for Lt. Michael Winston will be conducted from Dwyer Funeral Home, located at 726 North St. in Pittsfield, MA.

A large contingent of law enforcement officers, fire personnel, and EMS personnel from throughout Berkshire County and beyond will be in attendance to pay their respects. A marching and vehicle procession will take place to transport and accompany Lt. Winston from the funeral home to St. Charles Church, located at 89 Briggs Ave. in Pittsfield.

The procession will begin from Dwyer Funeral home at approximately 9:00 AM and proceed north bound on North St. The procession will continue west (left) onto Pontoosuc Ave. and end at St. Charles Church. Anticipated time of arrival at the church is approximately 9:50 AM.

Impact on traffic:

For the purposes of staging vehicles and marching personal for the procession, North St. will be closed to thru traffic from Tyler St to Charles St. There will be no north or south bound traffic in this area of North St.

Citizens approaching the area will be diverted at North St. and Wahconah St. to proceed north onto Wahconah St. South bound traffic will be diverted at North and Charles St to proceed South on Wahconah St to access downtown. Upon the start of the procession, south bound traffic will then be shut down at North and Pontoosuc until the procession has passed.

BMC has been notified that all transport vehicles should enter BMC via Wahconah St. and Charles St. entrances.

Signage and detail officers will be stationed at all intersecting roadways to assist the public.

The closing of North St will last approximately 45 minutes and the roadways will reopen upon the completion of the procession.

Roadways in the area of St. Charles Church to include Briggs Ave, Pontoosuc Ave, and possibly Lenox Ave. will be closed to thru traffic during the services for Lt. Winston as these roadways will be used for the parking of vehicles participating in the procession. These roadways will reopen upon the completion of the services. Access will be allowed for residents of these roadways.

Residents are asked to seek alternate routes for their destinations during the hours of 9:00 AM through 10:00 AM.#PittsfieldTraffic

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Pittsfield Police Department shared RightLight Productions’s video.2 weeks ago

On the evening of January 9, 2018, Lt. Michael Winston arrived safely at Bradley Intl. Airport. Officers from our command staff, as well as Officers from Lt. Winston’s graduating class, and members of the Berkshire County Special Response Team which he commanded awaited his arrival to escort him home.

Officers from police departments all over Berkshire County were positioned in downtown Lee to show their support.
Lt. Michael Winston was transported home in the Berkshire County Special Response Vehicle. On the way to the funeral home, Lt. Michael Winston made his final stop at the Pittsfield Police Station.

To the members of our community who came out to show your support, we thank you! Thank you to our brothers and sisters at Pittsfield Fire for lining North Street. It meant the world to Lt. Michael Winston’s family and also to his fellow brothers and sisters here. Thank you Shaun, of RightLight Productions, for helping us capture this moment that we will have forever. #RIPLtWinston #FallenBrother #ThinBlueLine Lee County Sheriff’s Office Fort Myers Police Department

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Sincere condolences to Lt. Winstons family and friends. He clearly was a hero and did so much for our community. I didn’t know him personally but I do know that his efforts behind the badge and in our communities have had a significant and positive impact on all of us in ways we’ll likely never know. The Pittsfield Police Department asked me if I would capture a drone shot of the end of watch escort that lead him back to the station for his final call over the radio before bringing him to the funeral home. It was an honor and impressive sight to see for sure. Big thanks to the crime scene folks that shot the footage from the cherry picker at the station. Rest in Peace Lieutenant Michael Winston. [Pardon the render notification, rushed edit!]
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Pittsfield Police Department2 weeks ago

Happy National #LawEnforcementAppreciationDay! As you all are aware, we have been hit with a hard blow this week with the loss of our brother, Lt. Michael Winston. Our days have been long and heavy hearted.

Thank you to Linda Williams, mother of Sgt. Williams, for your delicious homemade cake in honor of Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. As a side note, Sgt. Williams is currently on deployment with the United States Coast Guard. #thankyou #PPDDedicatedToExcellence

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Pittsfield Police Department shared Gendron Funeral and Cremation Services’s video.2 weeks ago

We cannot say this enough about what the THIN BLUE LINE actually means. The Fort Myers Police Department have gone above and beyond with honoring and facilitating the departure of our fallen brother Lt. Michael Winston, from Florida. They had never met the Lt. prior to his unfortunate passing Friday morning. Officers from the FMPD stood on watch at the funeral home around the clock from Friday evening until this morning. Thank you to the Lee County Sheriff’s Office and other police departments who assisted in transporting the Lt. safely to the Fort Myers airport where he will be flown back home.

Lt. Winston will be received at Bradley Int. Airport this evening by members of the Pittsfield Police Department. A special thank you to the Connecticut State Police for their assistance. #RIP #HonoringOurFallen #FallenBrother

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