Pink Patch Project. During the month of October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Falmouth Police Department will be wearing pink uniform patches. The Pink Patch Project is a public awareness campaign designed to bring attention to the fight against breast cancer and to raise funds to support cancer research and combat the disease. To learn more about the Pink Patch Project and how to purchase a pink patch, click here.

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Falmouth Police Department

Cookies for a Cop made a special visit today. Special thanks to Melissa Tutuny, Lauren Tutuny, and Project Director Jena Brown. ... See MoreSee Less

Cookies for a Cop made a special visit today. Special thanks to Melissa Tutuny, Lauren Tutuny, and Project Director Jena Brown.Image attachmentImage attachment

 

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Jena Brown is truly the best!!! Thank you 💙💙

nice job Melissa Tutuny

Jena Brown Lauren Kristina

Chief Dunne & Capt Reid at the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia showing off our pink patch during the 2017 International Association of Chiefs of Police Annual Conference. Pink Patch Project ... See MoreSee Less

Chief Dunne & Capt Reid at the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia showing off our pink patch during the 2017 International Association of Chiefs of Police Annual Conference. Pink Patch Project

 

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Paul is turning 16 and he wants patches (any type)!! More and more patches!" Paul has autism. He obsesses over things sometimes. Right now he loves his patches. Paul lost his dad, Sgt. Paul Ferrara, on August 28, 2014 to 9/11 related cancer. At his service, Commissioner Bratton presented Paul Jr. with a challenge coin. His coin collection began and has grown tremendously. Since then he has collected over 200 coins. In May of this year, we went to Washington D.C for National Police Week because his father's name was added to the Memorial Wall. While we were there, we traded coins with people from all over, and some people were kind enough to give him a patch as well. That's where his patch collection took off. He recently got several new ones, and now he loves to sit with his patches, read them, and look at all the pictures on them. His birthday is November 29th and he wants patches. I asked how many he hoped to get and he said "a billion". That's his favorite number. I told him he probably won't get a billion but maybe we can go on Facebook and see how many he can get. If you are willing to send a patch from your department to Paul, he would be so excited!! Paul Ferrara Jr PO Box 304 Yaphank NY 11980

13 hours ago

Falmouth Police Department

Pink Patch Project (2017) ... See MoreSee Less

Pink Patch Project (2017)

Chief’s Message

chief-dunneWelcome to the Falmouth Police Department’s website.

As Chief of Police I am extremely proud of the men and women of the Falmouth Police Department. Currently, the department is funded for fifty-eight sworn officers, five seasonal police officers and six civilians. The Falmouth Police Department serves a residential population of over 32,000 people and in the summer over 100,000.

I have over thirty-eight years working for the Falmouth Police Department. Throughout my career I have held many positions in the Department such as Sergeant, Captain of Specialized Services, Falmouth SRT Commander, and now I’m proud to serve as your Chief of Police. I hold a master’s degree in criminal justice from Western New England College and earned my bachelor’s degree from Boston State College. I currently serve as Sergeant at Arms for the Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association, 2nd Vice President for the Southeastern Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association and a member of the Executive Board for the Falmouth Chamber of Commerce.  My active memberships also include the New England Association of Chiefs of Police, Cape and Islands Police Chiefs Association, and International Association of Chiefs of Police.

The Falmouth Police Department is a full service law enforcement agency committed to a high quality, efficient service working with community groups, businesses, local government, Falmouth Chamber Commerce, residents and all community stakeholders. We recognize that successful policing cannot be done without the support of the community.

As Chief of Police I promise transparency and accountability for not only myself but for our entire Department.  We strive to hold ourselves to a higher standard of conduct and to maintain the trust and confidence of our citizens and visitors.

Please take some time to explore our website and its links to learn more about us and the services we provide.

Edward A. Dunne

Chief of Police

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