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Somerville, MA 02143
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East Substation: 81 Broadway
West Substation: 1114 Broadway

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Captain Promotion

Congratulations to Christopher Ward on his promotion last night to Captain. Captain Ward has served the City of Somerville for the past three decades within the different divisions in the Department. Most recently, he was Accreditation Manager in May 2017. #LawEnforcementCareers #OfficersinBlue #SPDCaptain #SomervilleMA #SPDProud

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New Officers Join The Somerville Police

On Friday, Edna DaCosta and Thomas Lambert graduated from the Methuen Police Academy at Northern Essex Community College in Haverhill. Congratulations to Edna and Thomas!

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BTCOD February 2018

SOMERVILLE, MA----February 7, 2018. This Beyond the Call of Duty Award is based on a recommendation from Marybeth Pero, who wanted to thank Officer Brian Pavao for his assistance on January 7.

On Sunday, January 07, 2018, Marybeth Pero's 9-year-old daughter, Jyanna, ran over to Officer Pavao to ask him directions to Cambridge Hospital. Officer Pavao, who was working a detail at the corner of Webster Avenue and Newton Street, walked over to where Jyanna pointed to Mrs. Pero gasping for air.

According to Jyanna, Mrs. Pero was having an asthma attack and was unable to communicate with the officer. Marybeth struggled to breathe and unable to call 9-1-1 sought immediate help. Without hesitation, Officer Pavao told Mrs. Pero and her daughter that he'd drive her directly to the hospital. With sirens on, Officer Pavao rushed them to the Emergency Room. At the ER, doctors informed Mrs. Pero that her oxygen was so low and her blood pressure was so high they needed to start treatment right away. Officer Pavao stayed with Jyanna as ER staff worked on Mrs. Pero's treatment. After Mrs. Pero's breathing returned to normal, she asked for the Officers name and thanked him. Mrs. Pero did not forget the Officer who saved her life, she wrote to the Somerville Police's Facebook page detailing her encounter with Officer Pavao. She wanted the SPD Command Staff to know of the Officer's impact on her and Jyanna. Mrs. Pero informed us today that due to the negativity surrounding law enforcement Jyanna had nervously approached the officer for help that day. However, after Officer Pavao's actions to save her mother, Jyanna now has a different view.

Great job Brian, for going above and beyond the call of duty, and thank you, Marybeth and Jyanna, for making sure that this story did not go untold.

Also, today is Brian's Birthday. Happy Birthday Brian!

 
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