125 William Day Boulevard
South Boston, MA 02125
Telephone: (617) 740-7710
Station H-6, SP South Boston Barracks shares the building complex with H Troop Headquarters on Day Boulevard at the head of Carson Beach in South Boston. The building was formerly a Metropolitan Police District, know as Old Colony. It was also was home to the Detective Unit, Motorcycle Unit, and Motorist Aid Patrol until 1992 when it became what is now part of H Troop at the State Police consolidation. SP Boston's patrol area includes: Quincy, Milton, Dorchester, and South Boston which is home of Castle Island (Fort Independence) the states 2nd most visited tourist attraction, surpassed only by Boston Faneuil Hall Market. The most notable patrol area, is of course, the southeast expressway, part of Interstate 93. It is a major commuter route and one of the most congested roadways serving Boston and points north in the Commonwealth. This barracks also patrols Quincy Shore Drive, which is fast developing as a high-end waterfront community. Beaches, parks and highways make this barracks another highly diverse patrol areas placing immense demands especially during summer months whose areas attract thousands of visitors.
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