Chief of Police
Dan Templeman is the Chief of Police and oversees both the internal and external workings of the department. This includes the 201 commissioned law enforcement officers and both North and South precincts. He is supported by the Deputy Chiefs who specialize in different areas of the department.
Deputy Chief of Investigations & Services
Deputy Chief John DeRousse leads the Investigations and Services Division and is responsible for investigations and administrative support for the department.
Deputy Chief of Operations Deputy Chief Mark St. Clair leads the Operations Division and is responsible for Patrol work citywide. This includes our Tactical, Marine Operations, Anti-Crime Team, Traffic Safety, Youth Services, Code Enforcement, Interagency Bomb Unit and the Special Operations Group.
Office of Professional Standards Inspector Joe Neussendorfer is appointed by the Chief of Police and reports directly to the Deputy Chief of Investigations and Services. The Everett Police Department recognizes the critical importance of trust and confidence between the community and the department. As such, the Office of Professional Standards (OPS) demonstrates the willingness and ability to address allegations of misconduct made against its employees in a fair, consistent and timely manner.
Primary Function The primary function of OPS is to conduct and coordinate the activities and duties associated with internal investigations, citizen complaints, use of force applications and damage to city owned police property.
Complaints OPS is located in the North Precinct (3002 Wetmore Avenue). Filing a complaint requires a written statement in order to facilitate an accurate inquiry. Complaint forms can be obtained at either precinct or can be requested from OPS.