Officer Chad Alexander is administratively assigned as our department’s court liaison officer. Additionally, he is one of our department’s public information officers.
As court liaison officer, Officer Alexander is responsible for the preparation of criminal cases at the District Court level, and he coordinates the scheduling of cases, hearings and police witnesses. In cooperation with the Northwestern District Attorney’s Office, he also assists with the scheduling and presentation of cases to the Grand Jury and the Superior Court. Officer Alexander works closely with District Attorney’s Office as well as court staff to maintain an effective working relationship with our department.
Officer Alexander’s duties include ensuring the punctual attendance of all department members at court appearances. He is also responsible for their effective preparation and presentation of cases before the courts. He assures that witnesses are notified and that evidence is available as needed. He updates all court-related departmental records and keeps them current. He also keeps officers apprised of the status and outcomes of criminal cases.
As public information officer, Officer Alexander acts as official spokesperson for the department in conducting and maintaining an active liaison with the news media. He also serves as a central source of information for release by the department, and responds to requests for information by the news media and the community.
Officer Alexander’s daily responsibilities include processing and preparing public requests for department records such as log entries and police reports. By statute the custodian of records has 10 calendar days to respond to your request in writing.
To request department records, please print and complete the form below, then send or deliver it to the Easthampton Public Safety Complex. Additionally, you may obtain a hardcopy of this form in the lobby of the Public Safety Complex.
Request for Public Records Form (Public records request form) >> download
For further inquiries, Officer Chad Alexander can be reached at (413) 527-1212 extension 1092, or firstname.lastname@example.org.