This week we worked with the North Reading Police Department to develop an infographic that highlights and details the department’s policies, procedures and training that are relative to the national dialogue.
JGPR held a company wide conference call to discuss Coronavirus on February 29 before stay at home orders and mass shutdowns of businesses and schools. We knew this crisis was going to be different—not like a blizzard forecast or a distant buzz—and we were ready.
BRAINTREE — John Guilfoil Public Relations LLC (JGPR) is proud to announce that the company’s Southern New England Division, based in Braintree, swept the Local/Regional Television News Placement category at this year’s 52nd Annual Bell Ringer Awards.
COVID-19 news portals have proven to be a useful tool for city and town management to communicate large amounts of information about a rapidly changing situation quickly, as well as a way for the public to find those updates in one dedicated place.
This week marks a month since we launched the new JGPR website. Getting to launch was a group effort and a long time coming, with each staff member pitching in to write content and build pages. The previous website, about 7 years old, had outlived its purpose. It worked for when JGPR was starting out […]
BRAINTREE — John Guilfoil Public Relations LLC (JGPR) is proud to announce that the full-service public relations agency has been honored for the third consecutive year by the Publicity Club of New England at its annual Bell Ringer Awards.
GEORGETOWN/BRAINTREE – Comcast is experiencing a nationwide problem with its Xfinity Voice phone systems. As a result, all office phones at JGPR’s Georgetown and Braintree locations are currently DOWN.
Many police and fire departments make good, efficient use of their digital spaces, but for many others there are four types of PD/FD websites: The old, the ugly, the never-been-updated and – worst of all – the city/town’s website. As budgets continuously crunch, many departments have simply given up on their own dot-com or dot-org […]
SUDBURY — Three Boston television stations came out yesterday to talk to Sudbury firefighters and the owner of the dog they rescued from frigid waters after it fell through thin ice. Here’s a sample of the coverage: WHDH-7 7News Boston WHDH-TV Also Fox 25 WWLP Boston Globe
“Victimless crime.” “Consenting adults.” “Waste of time.” Every time I either write about or hear about a police department conducting a prostitution sweep, the comments inevitably come in, questioning why a municipal police department should devote time and resources to enforcing prostitution laws. Here’s the truth: Prostitution is rarely a victimless crime and often does […]