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Methuen Police Department Abbreviation MPD Agency overview Superseding agency Massachusetts State Police Annual budget 7.781 Million Legal personality Governmental: Government agency Jurisdictional structure Operations jurisdiction* State of Massachusetts, USA Legal jurisdiction City of Methuen, Massachusetts General nature Law enforcement Local civilian police Operational structure Headquarters Methuen, Massachusetts Police Officers 88 Civilians 16 Agency executive Katherine Lavigne, Chief of Police Parent agency Massachusetts State Police Website City of Methuen Police Department Footnotes * Divisional agency: Division of the country, over which the agency has usual operational jurisdiction. The Quinn Safety Building The Methuen Police Department (MPD) has the primary responsibility for law enforcement and investigation within the city of Methuen, Massachusetts. Traffic The traffic unit's major functions are accident responding, reporting, and reconstruction. Contents 1 Rank Structure 2 Police Chiefs 3 Neighboring Police Departments 4 See also 5 References 6 External links Rank Structure Chief of Police Deputy Chief - The rank of Deputy Chief was eliminated on March 1, 2008 with the retirement of Deputy Police Chief Joseph Alaimo. Captains Lieutenants Sergeants Patrolmen Police Chiefs Cyril Feugill about 1958? Francis Morse about 1982? Died: February 7, 1986? Donald DeSantis Appointed: July 1, 1985,retired:April 1, 1995 Died:June 5, 2007 Bruce MacDougall (Methuen Police 1975 — 2002 (27 years ) ) Appointed:1995 Retired:2002 Joseph E. Solomon Appointed:2002 Removed:May 7, 2008 Reinstated: Oct 1, 2010 Neighboring Police Departments The irregularly-shaped town is bordered by; Haverhill, (City of) to the northeast, North Andover, (Town of) to the east, Lawrence, (City of) and Andover, (Town of) to the south, Dracut, (Town of) to the west, Pelham, New Hampshire, (Town of) to the northwest, and Salem, New Hampshire, (Town of) to the north. See also Massachusetts portal Law enforcement/Law enforcement topics portal List of law enforcement agencies in Massachusetts References External links Template:Methuen This Massachusetts-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e