It is with deep sadness that the West Bridgewater Police Department announces the passing of retired Officer Richard "Dick" Warmington. Officer Warmington served the town of West Bridgewater for over 50 years, beginning his career in 1965, he then stayed on as a Special Police Officer after retirement until 2016. Calling hours will be Monday, January 22nd from 4-7pm, at the Waitt Funeral Home in Brockton with a memorial service immediately following. He will be greatly missed. ... See MoreSee Less
Message from the Chief: I encourage everyone to share this video and JUST DRIVE
You will see from our PSA that our hope and message is for individuals to “JUST DRIVE” when behind the wheel- Don’t be distracted!
The West Bridgewater Police Department continues its campaign to educate drivers on the dangers of distracted driving. With the assistance of the East Bridgewater Insurance Foundation, we will again bring the Arbella Distractology van to the West Bridgewater Jr & Sr High School from February 5th- 9th. This driving simulator will allow our high school students to experience real world distractions that can cause real world accidents, ie: spilling a drink in your lap, fiddling with the radio and, of course, texting. ... See MoreSee Less
Starting at Midnight tonight: A town-wide winter parking ban will be in effect! No on-street parking overnight is permitted. All hockey nets, basketball hoops, and other items in the streets must be removed. Thank you and stay warm! ... See MoreSee Less