“Boston Marathon Bombing and Lessons Learned,” Watertown Chief of Police

“Boston Marathon Bombing and Lessons Learned,” Watertown Chief of Police

Ed Deveau

10.9.2013

Ed Deveau

Deveau is the Police Chief of Watertown, Massachusetts. He was formerly the President at North Eastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council and the Chairman at Homeland Security Regional Advisory Council of Northeast Massachussets. He attended college at Anna Maria College where he earned a Master of Arts in Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement Administration. Before that, he received a BS in Criminal Justice from Westfield State University. 

 

 

 

In partnership with Attorney General Dustin McDaniel, Ed Deveau, Watertown, Mass., Police Chief, will recount the lessons learned from the Boston Marathon Bombing and manhunt for the accused suspects. Shortly after midnight on April 19, the Watertown police department were ambushed by the Boston Marathon bombing suspects and engaged in a shootout with the suspects.