Featured Meetings

Wharf District Council Police Update: Late-Night Robberies; Assault; Increased Surveillance

Boston Police Department (BPD) Sergeant Steven Moy and Sergeant Ted Boyle, in attendance on behalf of Captain Fong, provided a police report at the November Wharf District Council (WDC) meeting. There have been four reported incidents, three occurring in the vicinity of Coogan’s, located at 171 Milk Street: Two late-night robberies outside of Coogan’s over Read More…

Health & Environment Schools

North End Coalition Presents Safety Talk to North End Students

Members of the newly formed North End Coalition hosted a talk with middle school students from the Eliot K-8 Schools and St. John Schools in the North End to educate the children on the importance of needle safety in homes, as well as in public spaces. The presentation was organized by Maria Lanza from Mayor Read More…

Featured Meetings

Crime Report: Needles, Drug Use, Larcenies, Homelessness

Boston Police District A-1 provided North End / Waterfront residents an update on recent neighborhood crime incidents, summarized below, at the October 2019 North End Public Safety Meeting. Discarded Needles Incident Report:With a child being pricked by a needle last month in the Paul Revere Mall and additional needles being discovered on a more frequent basis Read More…

Featured Government

Council to Hold Hearings on Safety for Protestors and Police During Protests

Following the Straight Pride Parade that took place at the end of August, some city councilors want to ban masks during protests. On August 31, protests occurred in Downtown Boston during the controversial Straight Pride Parade. According to the Boston Police Department, officers were assaulted by masked protesters and nine people are facing related charges. Read More…

Featured Government

Boston City Council Considers Toughening the Trust Act

The Boston City Council recently held a hearing about strengthening the Trust Act. The Trust Act is a citywide ordinance that prevents Boston Police from detaining immigrants on the request of U.S Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). This week’s hearing comes after an incident in 2017 where Boston Police and ICE worked together to arrest Read More…

Business Transportation

Get Ready For More Quack! Quack!

The City has lifted its 11 year old moratorium on new sight-seeing vehicle licenses, starting in March 2010. Nearly every sight-seeing bus goes through or around the North End/Waterfront neighborhood. Get ready for more trolley loudspeaker announcements and of course, more Quack, Quack! …………………………….. Press Release Mayor Thomas M. Menino and Police Commissioner Edward Davis Read More…

Police & Fire

Weekly North End Police Log – August 27, 2009

Notable incidents from this week’s Boston Police Journal Log: Vandalism – 08/22/09 12:30pm Victim reports on Salem Street that an unknown person scratched the trunk and passenger side of his 2008 Mercedes E350. Larceny in a Building – 08/23/09  9:00pm-11:50pm Victim reports his lapyop was stolen from the lobby of a Parmenter st. building. Read Read More…