CHIEF MARK E. LEONARD
As the Chief of Police and on behalf of the members of the Veazie Police Department, it gives me great pleasure to welcome you to our website.
As dedicated members of the police department, our employees work hard to maintain a level of service to our community that is second to none. Each of us takes great pride in going an extra step to provide the type of committed service residents of the Town of Veazie have come to enjoy. Our goal is to do our jobs in such a way that our community can feel as safe and secure as possible as they go about their daily routines.
The Veazie Police Department operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and it is our hope that this website can better provide you with the important information about our Department. Please take your time and explore our website which I hope you will find informative and helpful. I also hope that you will become a regular visitor as it is constantly evolving and we will be updating the information available to you on these pages regularly. I invite you to call any of the numbers listed in the various sections of the website should you desire any information or simply wish to talk to one of the officers. We are constantly seeking ways to improve our services and welcome your comments, suggestions, compliments and complaints.
Thank you for taking the time to find out more about the Veazie Police Department and you are always invited to contact me at 207- 947-2358 ext 19 or Email me at email@example.com if I can be of assistance.
Mark E Leonard, Chief of Police
The Veazie Police would like to welcome two new officers to our department.
Jacob Boudreau comes to us with prior experience as a Judicial Marshal at the Penobscot Judicial Center in Bangor.
Taylor Dube comes to us with a degree from Husson University in criminal justice.
These officers will be working for us in a part-time capacity, replacing other officers whom have moved on. We look forward to working with them!
The Veazie Police Department would like to welcome three new officers to our agency!
#1. Matt Parkhurst: Matt comes to us from the Penobscot County Regional Dispatch Center in Bangor. He is a graduate of the Maine Criminal Justice Academy and formerly worked for the Milo and Maine State Police.
#2: Roger Hershey: Roger comes to us with many years in Law Enforcement. Roger will be leaving the Brewer Police Department and will start with us here. He is a graduate of the Maine Criminal Justice Academy, and before being a police officer, Roger was a public safety dispatcher for the City of Brewer. Sgt. Emery and Off. Hershey worked together for the City of Brewer and are happy to be reunited!
#3: Todd Nadeau: Todd Nadeau recently left the Penobscot County Sheriff’s office and has approximately 20 years in Law Enforcement. Todd has worked with the Veazie Police in the past, and we are excited to have him back!
These hires come as a result of some resent departures.
#1: Officer Justin Angelo recently resigned his position with the Veazie Police to continue his career with the City of Old Town Police. We wish him well and he will be missed!
#2: Reserve officer Jason Boden recently resigned to work on his full time career. We wish him nothing but the best.
#3. Reserve Officer Joe Everett recently resigned his position to focus on his new marriage, as well as his full time job as a police officer with the University of Maine. Joe is a great guy and will be missed.