Brookline Police Department 350 Washington St, Brookline, MA02445 Headquartered in the Public Safety Building on Washington Street, the Brookline Police Department employs 136 police…More officers and 26 civilian staff members. In addition to its detective and patrol divisions, the department operates a number of community safety programs, including a youth risk program, citizens' police academy, rape defense training and the Community Emergency Response Team. Several services, including parking ticket payment, are available through the department's Web site. Daniel O'Leary currently serves as Brookline's chief of police.
Select Strategy Inc. 66 Verndale St, Brookline, MA02446 Select Strategy is a management consulting firm specializing in improving employee safety, well being and efficiency, as…More well as business productivity. Select Strategy focuses on small-to-medium clients to help companies excel in being efficient. For more information, visit the website provided.
Brookline District Court 360 Washington St, Brookline, MA02445 Located adjacent to the Public Safety Building on Washington Street, the Brookline Court handles legal matters ranging…More from small claims cases and juvenille matters to criminal arraignments and trials.
Brookline's Fire Department is headquartered on the second floor of the Public Safety Building on Washington Street.…More The department's Fire Prevention Division, which is responsible for overseeing fire regulations and issuing relevant permits, has an office on the first-floor lobby.
The department is lead by Chief Peter Skerry.
Town of Brookline Building Department 333 Washington St, Brookline, MA02445 You need to put down that hammer, and don't even think about building, repairing, demolishing or altering any structure…More until you have the necessary permits. This department enforces the city's building codes. It just wants to be sure you aren't going to take any shortcuts that might jeopardize your own safety or that of your neighbors. The folks here also oversee the maintenance and repair of all town structures.
Appleton Antique Lighting 801 Boylston St, Chestnut Hill, MA02467 When Jane Deimezis and her husband opened Appleton Antique Lighting in 1978, did they know that 20-plus years later they…More would be responsible for restoring fixtures for the Brookline Library and Harvard University? Probably not. But two moves and a shift from general antiques to antique lighting later, the folks at Appleton are still helping the Brookline community. The store features hundreds of side table, floor and ceiling fixtures. Many of the store's quality pieces date from the 1800s, and the younger lamps originated in the 1940s. All lamps in the shop have been updated to meet modern safety regulations.