Welcome to the New Location of the
Boston Police Harbor Patrol Unit!
WHO: Mayor Thomas M. Menino, Police Commissioner Edward F. Davis, Supt. in Chief Daniel Linskey, Deputy Superintendent Thomas Lee (Commander of the Special Operations Division – oversees the Harbor Patrol Unit), department clergy, Boston Police Command staff and BPD members and members assigned to the Harbor Patrol Unit and BPD families.
WHEN: Saturday, July 10, 2010 at 11:30 a.m.
WHERE: Boston Police Harbor Patrol Unit
9 Terminal Street, South Boston (adjacent to the Summer
WHAT: Mayor Menino and Police Commissioner Davis welcome the Boston Police Harbor Patrol Unit to its new location.
DID YOU KNOW:
- When the Harbor Unit was first created they were housed in a 10×10 facility in Charlestown above a snack shack
- The Unit moved to a location owned by EDIC located at 35 Drydock Ave where they remained there for about 15 years and shared the dock with lobster boats
- This new location is their 1st real home that belongs to the Department (location consists of a modular home plus new piers)