James Mulligan, Interim Police Chief
477 Haverhill Street
Rowley, MA 01969
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2016
Contact: John Guilfoil
Email: [email protected]
Rowley Police Department Launches New Website, Encourages Community to Visit
ROWLEY — Interim Police Chief James Mulligan is pleased to announce that the Rowley Police Department has launched a new website this week to give residents a fresh and updated space to access news and information.
The site is user friendly, with bright colors and large pictures. Tabs and an intuitive menu system help users navigate the site and find news, downloadable forms, and other police resources.
“We are very excited to bring this new resource to the community,” Chief Mulligan said. “Residents can learn about our officers, find important applications and directly get in contact with us to ask questions, voice concerns or give feedback. We encourage the community to browse the site and check out everything we have to offer. It will also save residents time and trips to the police station.”
Don’t miss the blog, which is the perfect spot for residents to stop by to see all the latest news and updates from the police department. Another section of the website is dedicated to the history of the department, where a timeline outlines important moments since its initiation in 1899.
Residents can also find a personal message from the chief, emails of everyone in the department, town permits, forms and applications, and links to local, state, out of state, federal and international agencies.
Under the “Contact Us” page, phone numbers, the department’s general email and the station’s address is readily available for citizens. Visit the “Feedback” section to fill out a commendation or complaint form or to contact the internal affairs investigator. The community can also follow the department on Facebook and Twitter, which are directly linked to the website.
The website address, rowleypolice.com, has not changed, but the design replaces an older design from the 1990s.
The website was designed by John Guilfoil Public Relations LLC, of Georgetown, which designs websites and performs communications, social media, and media relations services tailed to police, fire, government, and small businesses.