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  • Chief Timothy “Tim” Carroll was born in Camden and grew up on Mount Desert Island. He attended the University of Maine at Orono, receiving an Associate Degree in Legal Technology, to better prepare him for his pursuit of a law enforcement career.

    In 1991, fresh out of college and on his 21st birthday, Tim started his law enforcement career at the Rockland Police Department. A few years later, Tim joined the Bar Harbor Police Department as a Patrol Sergeant and then Maine Marine Patrol, where four of his family members had or were serving; during his tenure at the Marine Patrol, Tim received his Coast Guard Captains License and still holds it.

    In 1998, Tim was honored with a life-saving award after he and another Marine Patrol Officer rescued three people involved in an overturned boat accident in Penobscot Bay, approximately three miles off the coast of Camden. Part of that rescue involved resuscitating an eight year old girl, who was submerged; she was hospitalized and survived. In 2004 Tim left the Marine Patrol for a civilian career but in 2009, Tim re-entered law enforcement as a Patrol Deputy with the Knox County Sheriff’s Office. Not long after being hired, Sheriff Dennison promoted Tim to the Patrol Administrator position. Sheriff Dennison later appointed Tim as her Chief Deputy in 2010, where he served until his election to Sheriff in 2018.

    From 2018 until last week, Tim served as the Sheriff of the Knox County Sheriff’s Office. Tim’s position included overseeing not only the Patrol and Criminal Investigations Divisions but also the Knox County Jail. During this time as Sheriff, Tim was very active with the Maine Sheriffs’ Association and served on several county and state committees with a focus on improving today’s law enforcement services. Tim has an extensive background in law enforcement leadership and is most proud of his graduating from the 270th session of the Federal Bureau of Investigations National Academy. Tim comes from a long line of law enforcement family members, including his father who served over 51 years in law enforcement. For a short time, both he and his father were serving concurrently as Chief Deputies, Tim in Knox County and his father in Somerset County.

    Tim is also an active athletics coach in his community and enjoys his time mentoring youth of all ages. He lives in Owls Head with his wife and son, his daughter is grown and lives in California.

    Position:
    Police Chief

    Contact:
    Emergency Dial 9-1-1
    Office: (207) 594-0316 Ext: 252
    E-mail address: tcarroll@rocklandmaine.gov

    Sergeant Andrew Redden was hired by the Rockland Police Department in 2008, and graduated the Maine Criminal Justice Academy in the spring of 2009. Sergeant Redden was promoted to his current rank of Sergeant July 2017.  Sergeant Redden holds a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and is a field training officer with the department.

    Position:
    Sergeant

    Contact:
    Emergency Dial 9-1-1
    Office: (207) 594-0316 Extension: 243
    E-mail address: aredden@rocklandmaine.gov

    Sergeant Redmun has been a law enforcement officer for 10 years. In 2013 he joined the Rockland Police Department, in 2015 he left the police department to work for the Knox County Sheriff’s Office. Sergeant Redmun returned to the Rockland Police Department in August of 2017. In April 2019 he received a promotion to Patrol Sergeant. Sergeant Redmun holds an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Central Maine Community College, and is a graduate of the Maine Criminal Justice Academy. He is a certified instructor and is one of the firearm instructors for the department. Sergeant Redmun is a certified field training officer and is also a member of the bike patrol unit.

    Position:
    Sergeant

    Contact:
    Emergency Dial 9-1-1
    Voicemail: (207) 594-0316 Extension: 241
    E-mail address: sredmun@rocklandmaine.gov

    Sergeant DuHamel joined the Rockland Police Department January 2021.  Prior to joining Rockland Police Department Sergeant DuHamel earned a Bachelor’s Degree in the Administration of Justice from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale; and after college, he began his career in law enforcement in January of 1995 in the State of Illinois. Sergeant DuHamel completed a 10-Week police academy in Illinois and retired from the Quincy, Illinois Police Department after 21 1/2 years of service; with the final rank of Patrol Lieutenant. Sergeant DuHamel spent 7 years as a Detective and 10 years as a Patrol Sergeant; with the final 2 years being spent as a Patrol Lieutenant while working in Illinois.  After retiring from Illinois, Sergeant DuHamel worked for the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office in Beaufort, South Carolina from June of 2016 to December of 2020. During his tour with Beaufort County, Sergeant DuHamel spent his last three years working as a Homicide Detective for Beauford County Sheriff's Office; with the last 2 years as a Detective Sergeant. Sergeant DuHamel also completed a 6-Week police academy while working in South Carolina. In July 2022 Officer DuHamel received a promotion to Sergeant.

    Position:
    Sergeant

    Contact:
    Emergency Dial 9-1-1
    Voicemail: (207) 594-0316 Extension: 244
    E-mail address: dduhamel@rocklandmaine.gov

    Officer Izzi joined the Rockland Police Department September 2021. Prior to joining RPD, Officer Izzi earned a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Western New England University in 2009. Upon graduation, Officer Izzi earned a commission in the United States Marine Corps and served 4 years on active duty as a Military Police Officer. Officer Izzi then transitioned to the reserves where he continues to serve as a Logistics Officer. Officer Izzi began his law enforcement career in 2014 with the City of Alexandria, Virginia and is a graduate of the Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Academy. Officer Izzi served as a patrol officer, member of the Civil Disturbance Unit, a trained Crisis Intervention Team member, and a member of the Special Operations Team. In 2017, Officer Izzi earned a Master’s degree in Justice Studies from Southern New Hampshire University.” In August 2022 Officer Izzi received a promotion to Sergeant.

    Position:
    Sergeant

    Contact:
    Emergency Dial 9-1-1
    Voicemail: (207) 594-0316 Extension: 242
    E-mail address: mizzi@rocklandmaine.gov

    Officer Bagley has been a Police Officer since May 1997. He has served with the Rockland Police Department since November 2000 and is a Bike Patrol Officer and a member of the Honor Guard. He has an AS in Criminal Justice from the University of Maine and graduated from the Maine Criminal Justice Academy in 2000. In his free time, Officer Bagley likes to target shoot, mountain bike, teach cycling classes and spend time with his family and friends.

    Position:
    Officer

    Contact:
    Emergency Dial 9-1-1
    Voicemail: (207) 594-0316 Extension: 306
    E-mail address: jbagley@rocklandmaine.gov

    Officer Jandreau started with Rockland Police Department in 2019 and graduated from the Maine Criminal Justice Academy in December 2019. In 2022 Officer Jandreau was selected to attend Drug Recognition School. In April 2022 Officer Jandreau was certified by the State of Maine as a Drug Recognition Expert (DRE). Officer Jandreau is also one of the departments field training officers. Originally from the Baltimore, Maryland area, Officer Jandreau joined the United States Army at 17.  Officer Jandreau attended the University of Maine at Presque Isle. In his off time, you may find Jordan kayaking, or relaxing by the campfire.

    Position:
    Officer

    Contact:
    Emergency Dial 9-1-1
    Voicemail: (207) 594-0316 Extension: 311
    E-mail address: jjandreau@rocklandmaine.gov

    Officer Jeff Aeschlimann joined the Rockland Police Department in June of 2019.  Officer Aeschlimann is originally from Warren, Connecticut.  In 2016 Officer Aeschlimann graduated from high school and enrolled in Unity College to study conservation Law Enforcement.  Officer Aeschlimann is still currently enrolled in Unity College seeking to obtain his bachelor's degree.  Officer Aeschlimann enjoys camping, fishing and spending time with friends and family. In 2020 Officer Aeschlimann was the recipient of the Officer of the Year award. In 2022 Officer Aeschlimann was the recipient of the Top shot award.

    Position:
    Officer

    Contact:
    Emergency Dial 9-1-1
    Voicemail: (207) 594-0316 Extension: 303
    E-mail address: jaeschlimann@rocklandmaine.gov

    Officer Finnegan joined the Rockland Police Department in August of 2020. Officer Finnegan was born in Rockport and grew up in the mid-coast Maine area.  Upon graduation of Oceanside high school in 2015, he joined the United States Marine Corps, serving in the Signals Intelligence field in the Indo-Pacific region. Officer Finnegan was honorably discharged from the military in August of 2020. In his spare time, Officer Finnegan enjoys spending time with his family and being outdoors.

    Position:
    Officer

    Contact:
    Emergency Dial 9-1-1
    Voicemail: (207) 594-0316 Extension: 307
    E-mail address: lfinnegan@rocklandmaine.gov

    Officer Labo joined the Rockland Police Department September 2022. Jacob comes from a military family; he was born in Bath, Maine, while his father was stationed at Naval Air Station Brunswick. Growing up at different military bases around the country, Jacob graduated high school in Massachusetts, and enlisted in the National Guard. During his time in the National Guard, Jacob was deployed to the southwest United States / Mexico border, assisting Border Patrol, and in combat operations in Afghanistan. Jacob was awarded the Army Good Conduct medal, Army Commendation medal and Combat Infantry Badge. Following his honorable discharge after 8 years in the National Guard, Jake completed the Maine Criminal Justice Academy pre-service training, and was employed as a summer reserve officer with the York, Maine Police Department. In 2016 Jacob started his full time law enforcement career here in Rockland. In 2018, Jacob graduated the 34th class of the Basic Law Enforcement Training Program (BLETP) at the Maine Criminal Justice Academy. Jacob most recently served as a Deputy with the Knox County Sheriff’s Department.

    Position:
    Officer

    Contact:
    Emergency Dial 9-1-1
    Voicemail: (207) 594-0316 Extension: 304
    E-mail address: jlabo@rocklandmaine.gov

    Officer Kerivan joined the Rockland Police Department in November 2022. Officer Kerivan grew up in northern New Hampshire in a small town called Bethlehem. Officer Kerivan was always outside as a kid whether it was hunting, fishing, or anything of the sort. After graduating high school Officer Kerivan attended Unity College in 2017 and studied Conservation Law. While at Unity College, Officer Kerivan started his law enforcement career with the Old Orchard Beach Police Department in 2020 where he worked as a reserve officer. Officer Kerivan then went on to work for the Berlin New Hampshire Police Department in 2021 until he transferred to the Rockland Police Department in November 2022.

    Position:
    Officer

    Contact:
    Emergency Dial 9-1-1
    Voicemail: (207) 594-0316 Extension: 308
    E-mail address: ckerivan@rocklandmaine.gov

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    Position:
    Officer

    Contact:
    Emergency Dial 9-1-1
    Voicemail: (207) 594-0316 Extension:
    E-mail address: Police@rocklandmaine.gov

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    Position:
    Officer

    Contact:
    Emergency Dial 9-1-1
    Voicemail: (207) 594-0316 Extension:
    E-mail address: Police@rocklandmaine.gov

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    Position:
    Officer

    Contact:
    Emergency Dial 9-1-1
    Voicemail: (207) 594-0316 Extension:
    E-mail address: Police@rocklandmaine.gov

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    Position:
    Officer

    Contact:
    Emergency Dial 9-1-1
    Voicemail: (207) 594-0316 Extension:
    E-mail address: Police@rocklandmaine.gov

    Detective Sergeant Gaylor has been a police officer since 2011, joining the Rockland Police Department in April of 2014. Detective Sergeant Gaylor has a degree in Criminal Justice from River Valley Community College in New Hampshire. Detective Sergeant Gaylor enjoys pro-active policing and working with the community to solve problems.  Detective Sergeant Gaylor was promoted to Detective July 2017 and Detective Sergeant June 2020.   Off-duty Detective Sergeant Gaylor enjoys spending time with his family.

    Position:
    Detective Sergeant

    Contact:
    Emergency Dial 9-1-1
    Non-Emergency (207) 594-0316 Extension: 253
    E-mail address: agaylor@rocklandmaine.gov

    Detective Griffith was promoted to the position of Detective November 2020.  Detective Griffith started with the Rockland police department in October 2017 and graduated from the Maine Criminal Justice Academy in May of 2018. Before working for the department, Detective Griffith was an analyst for the Maine State Police Computer Crimes Unit focusing on crimes against children. In her off time, Detective Griffith enjoys being with her family and working in the garden.

    Position:
    Detective

    Contact:
    Emergency Dial 9-1-1
    Voicemail: (207) 594-0316 Extension: 232
    E-mail address: agriffith@rocklandmaine.gov

    Officer Peasley was born in Rockland and raised in Owls Head. He is a veteran of the United States Air Force and has an Associates Degree in Law Enforcement. Officer Peasley has been with the Rockland Police Department since July of 1995. He has a son and daughter. His hobbies are traveling, movies, concerts, ice hockey and jogging. He is an avid Boston sports fan.

    Position:
    Ticket Officer

    Contact:
    Emergency Dial 9-1-1
    Non-Emergency (207) 594-0316 Extension 300
    E-mail address: tpeasley@rocklandmaine.gov

    Sandi started her career in public safety as a 911 dispatcher.  She wanted to do something meaningful that would really make a difference and have a positive impact on people. After 12 years as a dispatcher she was given the opportunity to transition to a career with Rockland Police Department.  This change allowed her to stay in public safety.  Sandi came to the Rockland Police Department in 2012.

    Position:
    Administrative Assistant

    Contact:
    Emergency Dial 9-1-1
    Office: (207) 594-0316 Extension: 221
    E-mail address: sfreeman@rocklandmaine.gov

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