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Lee Police Department
The Lee Police Department is primarily responsible for all law enforcement activities within the Town of Lee, Massachusetts. The department has 12 full time employees, which include a Chief of Police, a Sergeant, 9 police officers, 1 Administrative Assistant. We also have 12 Part Time officers to fill shifts when needed and 1 part time dispatcher.
The Lee Police Department maintains coverage 24 hours a day and is dispatched by the Berkshire County Sheriff's Regional Dispatch Center, they can be reached by dialing 911 for emergencies and 413-243-2100. For buisness calls during weekdays between 8 and 4 we can be reached at 413-243-5530.
CHIEF’S MISSION STATEMENT
As Chief of Police, I am extremely proud of the men and women of the Lee Police Department. We are dedicated to reducing crime and providing for the safety of our citizens and visitors. The Lee Police Department is a full service law enforcement agency committed to a safe and secure community through service, mutual cooperation and respect. Our goal is to deliver high quality efficient service working in cooperation with local government, community groups and service organizations, businesses, and residents.
I have been fortunate to have been raised in this community, graduated from local schools, and served the Lee Police Department for over 19 years. The members of your police department are chosen for this profession based on their strong ethics and a demonstrated desire to make a positive difference. I welcome your comments on your interactions with our staff.
Please take some time to explore our web site and its links to learn more about us and the services we can provide.
Jeffrey D. Roosa
Chief of Police
|Jeffrey Roosa||Chief of Police|
|Tracy Dunn||Administrative Assistant|