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Dexter Fire Dept.
911
Chief: Matt Connor
207.270.1776
firechief@dextermaine.org
1st Assistant: Rick Stocker
207.270.0474
2nd Assistant: Barry Deering
207.717.0425
Northern Light Mayo Ambulance
911 Emergency or
207.924.6268 Non-Emergency
Penobscot County Sheriff
1.800.432.7911
Maine State Police
1.800.452.4664
Dexter Police Dept.
911
Animal Control Officer
Noel Sirabella
(h) 207.379.2776
(c) 207.478.4220

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Dexter FIRE DEPARTMENT

LOCATION

98 Church St.

Dexter, ME  04930 

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OFFICERS

Chief                      

Matt Connor                    270-1776

 

1st Asst. Chief       

Rick Stocker                    270-0474

 

2nd Asst. Chief     

Berry Deering                  717-0425

Captain                   

Will Lovejoy                     949-5442

 

1st Lieutenant       

Dan Grant                        343-1111

 

2nd Lieutenant      

Everett Hibbard                270-1303

Burn permits can be obtained by calling the Fire Chief or Assistant Chief.

Dexter POLICE DEPARTMENT

LOCATION

1 Main St. 

Dexter, ME 04930

OFFICE HOURS

Monday - Friday

9:00AM - 3:00PM

PHONE 

Emergency 911

Non-Emergency (207) 924-7622

or (207) 924-7623 to leave a message

FAX

(207) 924-0097

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OFFICERS

Chief                                                

Kevin Wintle                                     

policechief@dextermaine.org

 

Administrative Asst./Training        

Senior Officer Jim Roy                      

dexterpdtraining@yahoo.com

Full Time Officers                            

SGT Gary Morin

CPL Dana Gatcomb

Officer Rodney Moores

Officer Ben Kolko

 

K-9 Unit                                           

Senior Officer Jim Roy and Zelda

NEW SAFE MEDICATION DISPOSAL PROGRAM

    KidCents and The Rite Aid Foundation are                committed to supporting a safe environment for children in our community by helping to reduce the misuse of medications by adolescents and accidental childhood poisonings. The prescription drug take-back box is available at the Police Station.  

 

NO SHARPS OR NEEDLES 

ARE ACCEPTED

 

 

FULL TIME AND RESERVE OFFICER CRITERIA

www.maine.gov/dps/mcja/training