Police Chief Raynald Demers
20 Storer St.
NOW HIRING! Immediate openings available for Patrol Officers and Dispatchers. Accepting applications until positions are filled. FMI follow these links for details and application Patrol Officer Dispatcher
Socks for Seniors
A non-profit community service project to help senior citizens keep their feet warm this winter.
Last year, Socks For Seniors Saco collected 449 new pairs of socks, exceeding what police department staff thought they would be able to collect. The socks collected are distributed to many local organizations including: Maine Veterans’ Home in Scarborough, Evergreen Manor, Lord Pepperell Apartments, the Paul Hazelton House and the Huot Home for homeless veterans.
Help us bring holiday cheer along with a pair of new socks to warm the hearts and cover the cold feet of our elderly seniors. Donations can be dropped off in the lobby of Saco Police Department, Saco City Hall or Saco Parks and Recreation Department. Socks will be collected now thru December 20 and will be delivered in time for Christmas.
FMI contact Lori Angis at Saco PD at 207-282-8214 or via email.
Join Saco Police, Fire and Parks & Rec for National Night Out!
On August 1, from 6 to 9 PM, please join us at Memorial Recreation Fields on Summer St. in Saco for our first National Night Out.
National Night Out is a effort across the US designed to promote police-community partnerships, crime prevention activities and community camaraderie. This free community event includes a BBQ with hamburgers and hot dogs, officer meet and greets, police cars, fire trucks, games for the kids, balloons, popcorn, drinks and ends with an outdoor movie in the park.
We are excited to be participating in this national event and invite the community to join us for a night of family fun! Download the event flyer here.
Sponsored in part by : Red Ribbon Committee of Biddeford-Saco Rotary Club and Saco & Biddeford Savings Institution
Thank you Saco Biddeford Savings!
In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation designating May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week in which it falls as National Police Week. This is a time to remember and honor law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty.
Congratulations to the 2017 Citizen's Academy Graduates: On April 19, 2017, twenty-one students graduated from the 2017 Citizen's Academy. For the past 9 weeks, participants have meet weekly to get an in depth look at the police department. Officers, detectives and support staff presented trainings and hands on activities that allowed participants to see the day-to-day workings of the department. Participants were also able to take a tour of the York County Jail and will be able to do a ride-along with officers.
Saco PD staff honored as Hometown Heroes:
Officer Megan Tibbetts and Secretary Lori Angis were recently nominated by Attorney James Audiffred for a Hometown Hero Award. The award was presented by Modern Woodmen Fraternal Financial on March 30, 2017, in recognition for the last two years of a successful "Socks for Seniors" campaign. Officer Tibbetts, James Audiffred, Kelli and Scott McDonald and Secretary Angis are pictured to the left.
Along with an award certificate, Officer Tibbetts and Secretary Angis were each awarded $100.00 to be donated to the charity of their choice. Both selected the York County Elder Abuse Task force; specifically the "Wishing Well Program". The award is in recognition of volunteer service and "we recognize your accomplishments and appreciate your contribution to your community. You're truly a hometown hero".
Nice job Officer Tibbetts and Secretary Angis!!
Saco Police welcomes Deputy Chief Jack Clements to the department:
On April 10, Jack Clements was sworn in as the newest member of Saco Police Department. He will serve as Deputy Chief of Support Services.
Cub Scout Pack 311 visits Saco PD: On January 12, pack leader Mike Gervais and members of pack 311 visited Saco Police Department. The pack took a tour of the building with Sergent Scott Ouellette and earned their fingerprint merit badge with help from Detective Jeff Cook.
New Police Chief, Raynald Demers, sworn in:
On Friday December 30, Raynald Demers was sworn in as the new Saco Chief of Police. Standing beside him was his wife, Donna Demers. Members of Saco Police Department as well as staff from through out the city attended the ceremony as well.
On December 31, 2016, Chief Bradley Paul retired from Saco Police Department with 40 years of service, the last 14 1/2 years of his career as Chief.
The sock drive was such a success because of the heartfelt donations received by caring residents. Socks were dropped off at Saco PD or one of several drop-box locations around Saco. Thank you to everyone who donated!
On Monday December 5, members of the Saco City Council unanimously voted to confirm Deputy Chief Raynald Demers as the new Chief of Police effective January 1, 2017. Deputy Chief Demers will replace Chief Bradley Paul end of the year. Congratulations Chief Demers!
On Saturday August 27, several officers from Saco PD participated in the Special Olympics "Fueling the Dream" day. Officers from Saco PD and departments across the state pumped gas at a variety of stations for tips