Revere Police Department
Criminal Investigation Division (CID)
400 Revere Beach Pkwy
Revere, Ma 02151
Revere Police Criminal Investigation Division (C.I.D.)
The Revere Police Criminal Investigation Devision (C.I.D.) is made up of multiple units that Investigate Major Crimes, Drug Activity, Gang Activity, Human Trafficking, and analyze Criminal Intelligence and Statistics. C.I.D. regularly works in conjunction with Local Police Departments throughout the State including the Boston Police Department and the Boston Regional Intelligence Center, the MA State Police, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Secret Service, the Drug Enforcement Administration, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives, U.S. Marshals Service, and Homeland Security.
C.I.D. is made up of the Detective Unit, Gang Unit, Drug Unit, the Human Trafficking Task Force, and the Crime, Intelligence, and Information Unit. Currently, many of the Detectives that investigate major crimes within the City of Revere also work in the various specialty units. You can find links to each unit's page below:
Detective UnitDrug Unit
Human Trafficking Task ForceDomestic Violence Unit Crime, Intelligence, & Information Unit
General Detective Inquiries, please Email
Lt. John Goodwin (781) 656 - 1122 Email
Sgt. Steven Pisano (781) 286 - 8341 Email
Sgt. Lynn Romboli (781) 656 - 1115 Email
Sgt. Stacy Bruzzese (781) 286-3558 Email
Ptl. Louis Larosa (781) 286-8203 Email
Ptl. Jon Gibson (781) 656-1116 Email
Ptl. Robert Impemba (781) 656-1114 Email
Ptl. Kenneth Bruker (781) 656-1128 Email
Ptl. Daryle Lamonica (781) 286-8349 Email
Not Sure? General Mailbox (781) 286 - 8340
If you have any information about a crime and would like to email a tip click here
Frequently Asked Questions:
My house was broken into and an initial report has been filed. Now what do I do?
The first thing you need to do is obtain a copy of the police report. The report will have all pertinent information, including the detective assigned to the case. The detective assigned to your case will contact you. If you would like to contact them, please email or call your detective from the list above.
I've now realized that more property was stolen than I originally reported. What do I do?
Victims should complete a stolen property inventory sheet and list any additional items stolen. You must have the incident case #, which is located on the top of the report and ending in "-OF" or "-AR". This form should then be submitted to the records department.
My car was broken into and a report was filed, will a detective be contacting me?
Currently the Detective Bureau does not respond to car breaks. The Detecives ARE notified of the crime, and the intelligence is used to track trends and ""hot spots"" in the City. Once we have identified a ""hot spot"" i.e. area where a rash of thefts have occured, we then take proactive measures to identify and apprehend the suspect(s).