Last updated: 4/11/18
William Gross, Commissioner
Capital investment in modern police facilities and information technology systems remain a priority in FY19 in order to continually enhance the Police Department’s capacity to protect and serve the communities of Boston.
FY19 Major Initiatives
- Site work will begin on a new East Boston Police Station.
- A project to replace the existing records management system will begin.
- The Police Department will continue its phased communications infrastructure upgrade project. The project is expected to be completed in FY20.
- A study to replace the Evidence Management, Archives, and Central Supply facility will begin.
Police Department - Active Projects
|Public Safety||Area A-1 and Area D-4 Stations||Various neighborhoods||In Design||2,300,000||2,500,000|
|Public Safety||Area B-3 Roof Replacement||Mattapan||In Design||485,000||560,000|
|Public Safety||Area D-14 Station||Allston/Brighton||In Design||310,000||360,000|
|Public Safety||Area E-5 Roof Replacement||West Roxbury||In Design||450,000||500,000|
|Public Safety||Area E-5 Station||West Roxbury||In Design||560,000||714,000|
|Public Safety||Communications Infrastructure Upgrades||Citywide||Implementation Underway||13,600,000||48,000,000|
|Public Safety||East Boston Police Station||East Boston||In Design||5,500,000||29,900,000|
|Public Safety||Emergency 9-1-1 Backup Study||Various neighborhoods||To Be Scheduled||50,000||50,000|
|Public Safety||Evidence/Archives/Central Supply Study||N/A||New Project||75,000||75,000|
|Public Safety||Police Headquarters Security||Roxbury||New Project||860,000||1,970,000|
|Public Safety||Records Management Replacement||Citywide||New Project||500,000||2,850,000|