WINTHROP — Chief Terence Delehanty announces the Winthrop Police Department is participating in two multi-agency drills organized by the U.S. Army this week.
WINTHROP — Chief Terence Delehanty reports that a resident was cited last weekend after hosting a party in violation of state gathering restrictions in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINTHROP HIGH SCHOOL 2020 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS:
Chief Terence M. Delehanty reports that the Winthrop Police Department arrested a local man on drug charges on Friday.
WINTHROP — Chief Terence M. Delehanty and the Winthrop Police Department are issuing a warning to residents about a telephone scam in which the caller is capable of spoofing the Town Hall’s main phone number.
The LEO Support Foundation is pleased to announce that it recently donated 40 units of QuikClot Combat Gauze to the Winthrop Police Department.
The Winthrop Police Department has been invited to present its drug recovery model at the National Drug Court Conference this summer.
Chief Terence Delehanty and the Winthrop Police Department are issuing an alert to the community after multiple recent reports of motor vehicle break-ins
Police Chief Terence M. Delehanty is pleased to announce that the Winthrop Police Department has become the first in Suffolk County to join Communities for Restorative Justice.
Communities for Restorative Justice (C4RJ) is a community-police partnership that offers restorative justice to those affected by crime using a “circle” model, which recognizes that crime is as much a violation of people and relationships as it is a violation of the law.
The following is a statement from Chief Terence M. Delehanty on the indictment of a Winthrop man on drug trafficking and money laundering charges:
“This case is the result of the dedicated work of our Winthrop Police officers, as well as the invaluable support of the Revere Police Department and the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office,” Chief Delehanty said.