SPRINGFIELD — The Springfield Police Department is pleased to announce that two Springfield Police officers have been recognized by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts.
HOLBROOK — Chief William Smith would like to invite community members to join the Holbrook Police Department at its upcoming ‘Stuff-A-Cruiser’ event to collect gifts for families in need.
Essex Police Department Invites Community to Combination Stuff-a-Cruiser and Coffee with a Cop Event
ESSEX — Chief of Police Paul Francis and the Essex Police Department would like to invite the community to have Coffee with a Cop and to help the Department stuff a police cruiser with toys for donation to a local toy drive.
METHUEN — Mayor Neil Perry and Chief Scott J. McNamara are pleased to announce that two new dispatchers graduated from the State 911 Department Public Safety Communications Academy and joined the Methuen Police Department. Yenifer Cabreja and Larissa Alves both started in new roles with the Methuen Police Department this month after graduating from the […]
Chief Peter Bartlett and the Dracut Police Department wish to provide information about the planned 3G cellular network shutdown, in order to prepare residents for possible impacts.
Gloucester Police Department Donates to The Open Door Food Pantry for Thanksgiving and Holiday Season
GLOUCESTER — Chief Edward Conley is pleased to announce that the Gloucester Police Department made a $2,000 donation to The Open Door, a food pantry that serves the Gloucester community.
DIGHTON – Chief Robert MacDonald, on behalf of the Dighton Police Department, would like to congratulate Julia Horton following her appointment as the department’s newest full-time officer.
BEDFORD – Town Manager Sarah Stanton, and Chief Robert Bongiorno are pleased to announce that three new patrol officers have joined the Bedford Police Department.
DARTMOUTH — Chief Brian Levesque is pleased to announce that the Dartmouth Police Department has been fully re-accredited by the Massachusetts Police Accreditation Commission (MPAC).
STONEHAM — Police Chief James Mclntyre and Fire Chief Matthew Grafton wish to provide information about the planned 3G cellular network shutdown, in order to prepare residents for possible impacts.