The first Weston Police Department was located at 724 Thomas Street, which is now the much-needed Public Restroom(s).
In 1972 the old fire station/jail was remodeled with the assistance of funding through a Law Enforcement Assistance Council Grant. The Law Enforcement grant of $4,250.00, and the City of Weston's $2,125 gave the local Citizens, who donated their time in remodeling the old fire station, the funds to do so.
FIRST POLICE STATION
By September 1972 the Police Department was operating with its first Chief of Police, Harlen Carter. Over the years, the City struggled with finding the right Chief of Police, but in 1982 Chief Larry C. Winfrey came and held the position until his retirement in 1995.
REMODELED: In mid-1992, with the help of officers William Taylor, Joe Buttz, Kip McGrath, and his wife, Lynette, the police station was remodeled by removing several walls to allow for expansion.
In 2010, with the current police station in need of much repair, the police department was moved to City Hall, utilizing the small map room.
CURRENT LOCATION :
In mid-2011 the police department was then moved to the public meeting room, above the City garage. This current location provides needed space for the department. This location, in late 1972, was the first fire station and the first location for the area ambulance "Help Inc."