The Patrol Division of the Eliot Police Department provides our citizens and visitors with  24/7 professional police services.  The Patrol Division consists of five full-time officers and several part-time officers that enforce Federal, State laws and municipal ordinances.  Our officers investigate general complaints, motor vehicle violations, motor vehicle crashes, conduct arrests and respond to medical assistance calls. 




In August of 2020, in the throes of the COVID-19 pandemic, we realized the benefit of a formalized Crisis Intervention program.  We have since partnered with both NAMI Maine and Sweetser mental health to work to provide the best possible response to mental health calls within our community.  

The Eliot Police Department is committed to working with our schools to support students and families.  In 2021, in partnership with RSU 35, we applied for and were awarded a federal grant to add a School Resource Officer.   

Elliott L. Moya - Chief of Police



Investigations assist the Patrol Division by investigating major criminal investigations, death investigations, narcotics investigations, crime scene management, criminal intelligence, and domestic violence follow-up investigations. 

The Eliot Police Honor Guard participates in several events throughout the year to include the Memorial Day parade and celebration of our nation's veterans, The Eliot Festival Day celebration, and the Veterans Day tribute at the Marshwood Middle School. 

The Honor Guard is available for events. We encourage you to contact Officer Brian Delaney at bdelaney@eliotpolice.org for availability.