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School Police

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The Revere Police School Resource Officers (SRO) work exclusively in the Revere Public Schools with the children. Their responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Interacting with the children on a daily basis
  • Organizing and participating in the Police Athletic League (PAL)
  • Ensuring the safe arrival and departure of the children
  • Monitoring the traffic and parking conditions in the area of the school during arrival and dismissal
  • Meeting with students, parents and teachers regarding juvenial, non-school disciplinary matters
  • Actively involved in the Revere Police Gang Unit, including prevention

Officer David Wilson

(781) 286-8263

Officer John Cafarelli
Officer Joseph Singer

Schools

Susan B. Anthony / Whelan School

Sgt. John Burke is the Susan B. Anthony / Whelan School Resource Officer. Sgt. Burke works exclusively in the school with the children. His responsiblities include, but are not limited to:

  • Interacting with the children on a daily basis
  • Organizing and participating in the Police Athletic League (PAL)
  • Ensuring the safe arrival and departure of the children
  • Monitoring the traffic and parking condtions in the area of the school during arrival and dismissal
  • Meeting with students, parents and teachers regarding juvenial, non-school disciplinary matters
  • Actively involved in the Revere Police Gang Unit, including prevention

Contact Sgt. Burke at (781) 388-7505

Revere High School

Officer David Wilson is the School Resource Officer at the Revere High School. Officer Wilson has worked with the youths and faculty since 1996.

Contact Officer Wilson at (781) 286-8263

Prom Season Tips

Prom season is upon us, and it is our goal to make this an enjoyable and safe time for everybody involved. Parents must educate themselves to the dangers they face at this time of year. Remember, it is illegal to serve alcohol to underage kids in your home. Read the pamphlet below for more information.

We also urge all parents to visit the anti drug web site and surf the site for some valuable tips that all parents can use when raising a teenager.

Enjoy the Prom!