Deputy Chief of Operations, Kevin Slattery
Deputy Chief Slattery started his career at the Framingham Police Department in 1985 after graduating from Westfield State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. He worked as a patrol officer. He then was assigned to the narcotics unit in 1987. He also served as a general duty investigator until he was promoted to the position of Sergeant in 1992. He was a patrol supervisor on all 3 shifts and then became the supervisor of the narcotics unit and the evening shift general duty detectives.
While working in narcotics he had the opportunity to serve in several federal and state task force narcotics investigations targeting drugs and gangs. He also served as a supervisor of General Duty investigators.
In 2004 Slattery was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant. He was reassigned to patrol where he served as a shift Commander. He has been a Commanding officer working on all 3 shifts of the Police Department. Slattery was then reassigned to work on a DEA task force investigation targeting narcotics activity and gang violence in Framingham.
Slattery was then reassigned to be the Commanding Officer of Investigative Services. In that position he oversaw the general Duty Investigations, Street Crimes Investigations, Narcotic Investigations, School Resource Officers, and Crime Scene Services.
In October of 2013 Slattery was appointed to Deputy Chief in charge of operations of the Framingham Police Department.