Lieutenant and Executive Officer
Lawrence Police Department
Maurice Aguiler is a Lieutenant in the Lawrence Police Department. He serves as the Lawrence Police Department’s Executive Officer where he implements, collaborates, and advises on organizational matters such as: public relations, community policing and engagement; restructuring of Lawrence Police Department’s organizational structure and Detective’s Division; creation and updating of policies and procedures; programs, training, and disciplinary matters. He currently oversees the implementation of the department’s Body Worn Camera program facilitated by a grant provided by the Department of Justice, and will exercise oversight into the design and construction of a new police station.
Maurice facilitated logistical and tactical operations command in response to both Columbia Gas I and Columbia Gas II Merrimack Valley disasters, the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic preparedness protocols, protest preparations and dialogue with protest groups.
Maurice is a Lawrence High School graduate and has lived in Lawrence for more than 38 years. Maurice enjoys reading, cooking, travel and spending time with his family. He has recently begun sailing lessons with the Boston Sailing Center and endeavors to someday circumnavigate the world.
After serving in the United States Air Force, where he was discharged as an Operation Desert Shield Veteran, he went on to obtain his AA degree in Criminal Justice from Northern Essex Community College. He proceeded to obtain his B.S. degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Massachusetts, and ultimately his Juris Doctor from the Massachusetts School of Law. Since 2017, Maurice has been a member in good standing of the Massachusetts Bar Association. Additionally, he is a graduate of the FBI LEEDA Trilogy Program, the Senior Management Police Institute’s Police Executive Research Forum, and several other executive leadership courses.