The FBI and the Waterville Valley Police are investigating reports of alleged
misappropriation of funds by Stone Property Management. The Waterville Valley
Police are working with Federal Agencies in this investigation. All accounting
documents of Stone Property Management have been obtained by the police, for
further review. WVPD is currently working with affected condominium
associations. Any concerned individual home owners affected by this investigation
are encouraged to contact the Waterville Valley Police.
Please visit the STONE FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS page for updated
Part-Time Waterville Valley Public Safety Officer, Joe Lacasse sure
does know how to finish the third and final basic certification as a
public safety officer... with an award for academic excellence!
Officer Lacasse was hired in 2010 as an EMT. He attended over six-
months of basic EMT training. In early 2011, Joe passed the
Firefighter I program. In August of 2012, Joe started his journey to
become a part-time police officer. Joe graduated from the 262nd
Part-Time Police Academy in Concord on November 16, 2012. He
was presented the Academic Award by Chief Noyes of WVDPS, the
Attorney General Michael Delaney, and the Commandant Captain
We would like to recognize Joe for his achievements and thank him and his family
for their time and sacrifice.
In an effort to constantly improve our services, the Department of Public Safety has
launched this new website! We hope to provide he latest information and commonly
requested documents and forms.
Let us know what you think!
October, 2012: Stone Property Management Investigated for Misappropriation of Association Funds
Hey! We have a new Website and we are now on Facebook!
November, 2012: Newest DPS Officer is Top of His Class
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Waterville Valley, NH Department of Public Safety
14 TAC Lane / P.O. Box 500
Waterville Valley, New Hampshire 03215
WVDPS Welcome’s Their Newest CAPTAIN! John Katsirebas Takes Promotion.
Newly promoted Captain John Katsirebas
gets pinned by his wife Deborah.
The Waterville Valley Department of Public Safety is pleased to
announce that Sergeant John “Kats” Katsirebas has been
promoted to the rank of Captain. Captain Katsirebas is a 15 year
veteran of police work. He came to Waterville Valley from the
Loudon Police Department in 2004. John is a US Marine Corps
Veteran and served during Desert Shield.
Since 2004, John has been the first line patrol supervisor and
prosecutor. In 2010, John graduated from the Massachusetts
School of Law, earning his law degree and passing both the Bar
in MA and NH.
“John’s skills and his abilities on the road and in the courtroom
have consistently improved the professionalism of the
department. We are very proud of his achievements.” said Chief
© 2013 Town of Waterville Valley
Department of Public Safety
WVDPS Is Now Accepting Applications for Part-Time Public Safety Officer.
The Department is currently accepting applications until May 10, 2013.
Please visit the JOBS page for application information.
Town of Waterville Valley Accepting Bids on 2007 Chevy Impala Cruiser
The Town of Waterville Valley is currently accepting bids for a 2007 Chevy Impala (ex-police cruiser) with 83K miles.
Bids will be accepted until Monday, May 20, 2013 8:30 AM. Bids will be opened that day at 9:00 AM. The vehicle
can be viewed M-F 8-4 at the Town Office. You can also see pictures and get more details of the vehicle on our
facebook page here.
Bids can be sent to:
Town of Waterville Valley
14 TAC Lane / PO Box 500
Waterville Valley, NH 03215