Troop D

Troop D
Troop D and members of Command Staff during the 2018 Inspection (courtesy of the Maine State Police)

If you have in interest in a career as a Maine Trooper and reside in Waldo,Knox,Lincoln,Sagadahoc or Kennebec Counties, please contact Cpl. Bethany Robinson by clicking on her name or by calling 1-800-452-4664 or 207-624-7076. 

Troop D is responsible for the mid-coast area of Maine to include Sagadahoc, Lincoln, Waldo, Knox counties, the southern half of Kennebec County and part of northern Cumberland County. The Troop also patrols Interstate 295 from Brunswick to Gardiner. The Troop's compliment includes a Lieutenant, three Sergeants, 25 Troopers and a secretary.

Criminal investigations continues to be a primary focus of Troop D. These cases include but are not limited to domestic violence, child abuse, sexual assaults, fraud via the Internet, burglary, theft, criminal mischief, drug investigations and traffic fatalities. Troopers do these investigations and are also committed to actively working traffic and performing other assigned duties.

Troop D also has many Troopers who are members of specialty units in addition to their regular assigned duties. The specialties include Tactical Team, K-9, Bomb Team, Dive Team, Evidence Recovery Team (ERT), Crash Reconstruction, Firearms Instructor and Drug Recognition Expert (DRE).

Troop D continues to remain active in the two Resource Coordination Agreements we have with Kennebec and Waldo Sheriff's Departments. Troop D handles 50-percent of the calls for service in Kennebec County and 33-percent in Waldo County. This is in addition to handling calls for service in Knox, Lincoln, Sagadahoc and northern Cumberland Counties as well. 

The Maine State Police has a program that has Troopers visiting the schools within the State on random days. There are three major benefits to the program. First, the Troopers will cut down on gas consumption by being able to use the schools WI-FI systems to do reports. Second, the Troopers will be able to interact with the staff and students in the communities they patrol. Third, this will help be a deterrence for future school violence here in Maine. This will foster a good relationship with the communities we continue to serve and protect.

Troop Commander
Lt. Patrick Hood

 

36 Hospital St.
Augusta, Maine 04333-0020
Phone: 207-624-7076
Fax: 207-624-8925

Integrity * Fairness * Compassion * Excellence