CANTON — Fire Chief Charles Doody and Police Chief Kenneth Berkowitz are pleased to announce that the Canton Fire and Police Departments will host two events later this month to train residents how to respond in certain emergency situations.
BRIDGEWATER — Chief Christopher Delmonte announces that the Bridgewater Police Department will offer community members a two-night training session on how to react to active shooter and violent intruder incidents in March.
Superintendent Jennifer Curtis-Whipple announces that the Weymouth Public Schools will be hosting regional ALICE training at Weymouth High School during school hours on Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 29 and 30.
Chief John J. Bryfonski is pleased to share that the Bedford Police Department, in coordination with the Bedford Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), will be offering the Civilian Response to an Active Shooter Event (CRASE) Avoid, Deny, Defend class later this month.
GEORGETOWN — Chief Donald C. Cudmore is pleased to announce that the Georgetown Police Department recently hosted a regional active shooter training for first responders.
MELROSE — As part of an annual public safety exercise, members of the Melrose Police Department participated in active shooter training this week.
CANTON — Fire Chief Charles Doody reports that the Canton Fire Department participated in a successful active shooter training exercise last week.
Chief Scott Allen reports that the East Bridgewater Police Department hosted a successful training course for community members about reacting to active shooter incidents.
The Burlington Police Department joined employees at a local business to conduct a workplace violence training exercise.
Superintendent Paul Zinni reports that King Philip Regional High School teachers and staff underwent violent intruder training earlier this month.