A-5 SP Revere 220 Revere Beach Blvd.
Revere, MA 02151
Telephone: (781)-284-0038

Station A-5, Revere, is located across the Revere Beach Boulevard from the oldest public beach in the United States. The beach was designated as a public beach in 1895 and in 2003 the beach was declared a National Historic Landmark. The Police Station was built in 1899 and was a Metropolitan Police Station until the 1992 when it was merged into State Police barracks system as H-2 Revere. Under Troop re-alignment, the station went from Troop H to Troop A and was renamed A-5 Revere.

A-5 SP Revere View
The barracks is responsible for the patrol of the Atlantic Ocean coastal towns from East Boston to the Swampscott line. The barracks covers over 27 square miles in 5 cities and towns, including the heavily traveled Route 1 from the Tobin Bridge to Copeland Circle in Revere. Recreation in the area includes Belle Isle and Rumney Marsh, skating rinks, boating areas, ball fields and O'Malley Park, which lies under the Tobin Bridge. Greyhound racing and thoroughbred horse racing can also be found as well as harbor and whale watching cruises.

A-5 Patrol Area

Cities/Towns patrolled by SP Revere:
East BostonNahantWinthrop