Police News

April 2, 2022

Three officers were recognized by the American Legion, District 8, for Outstanding Public Service, for their roles in November of 2021 when they successfully de-escalated an intoxicated, weapon-wielding subject, who wanted to fight with officers.  This incident could have involved the use of deadly force and officers showed remarkable professionalism and control in apprehending this subject safely.  The officers were: Corporal Ryan Kaake, Officer Kevin Santora, and Officer Andrew Miner.

Police Vehicle RFPs Announced


Formal notice has been posted for two Invitations…

Bath Police Department receives Accreditation


Bath Police Department received its accreditation…

Face Covering Mandate In Effect Jan. 24


At the January 19, 2022, City Council Special Mee…

City of Bath South End Parking Changes


The Bath City Council has approved changes to the…

Bath Police Department’s New Deputy Chief


Bath Police Chief Andrew Booth has appointed Serg…

Andrew Booth Confirmed Next Chief of Police


On June 2, 2021, Bath City Council confirmed Bath…

Bath and Brunswick Police Departments Partner with PAARI for One2One Program


The Bath and Brunswick Police Departments have be…

Bath Police Department Prioritizes Mental Health Training through NAMI Maine Agreement


The City of Bath Police Department has signed an …

Criminal Charges Filed for 12/30/20 Knife Assault


Press Release Bath Police Department has concl…

Bath Police Respond to Assault with a Knife Call


Press Release This morning, December 30th, 202…

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