RANDOLPH — Chief Anthony Marag reports that the Randolph Police Department is actively investigating a shooting that took place this morning at the Rosemont Square Apartments on High Street.
The Melrose Police Department will participate in active shooter training next week. Part of the drill will be open to interested members of the news media.
CANTON — Fire Chief Charles Doody reports that the Canton Fire Department participated in a successful active shooter training exercise last week.
Rockland Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Alan Cron 34 MacKinlay Way, Rockland, MA 02370 For Immediate Release Tuesday, June 5, 2018 Media Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Rockland Elementary Students, Families Learn About ALICE Active Shooter Response Program Parents Attend Info Night, Students Participate in Drills ROCKLAND — Principal Michelle Scheufele reports that approximately 50 […]
*MEDIA ADVISORY* North Providence, R.I. To Become First City in the Nation to Protect All Municipal Buildings against Active Shooter Threats
Media Invited to April 18 Event at North Providence High School with Mayor, Police, School Officials, and Shooter Detection Systems.
BURLINGTON — Police Chief Michael Kent and Fire Chief Steve Yetman report that the Burlington Police and Fire Departments conducted active shooter training at Lahey Hospital and Medical Center in preparation for the future opening of the hospital’s new emergency department, which was announced earlier this year.
EXETER — Police Chief William Shupe, Fire Chief Brian Comeau and SAU 16 School Superintendent Mike Morgan are pleased to announce that the Exeter Police and Fire Departments completed an active shooter simulation that gave police officers, firefighters, dispatchers and EMTs the opportunity to practice responding to an emergency response situation.
BURLINGTON – Police Chief Michael Kent and Fire Chief Steve Yetman are pleased to announce that the Burlington Police and Fire Departments completed an active shooter simulation, which allowed officers the opportunity to practice coordinating a response to an emergency and to create a comprehensive strategy to manage a hypothetical crisis.
MERRIMAC — Police Chief Eric M. Shears announces that the Merrimac Police Department will host a Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) seminar to educate residents about proper actions in the event of a crisis.
MELROSE — Police Chief Michael L. Lyle reports that the Melrose Police Department responded to a home on Prospect Street on Saturday evening after receiving a computer-generated phone call from an unknown caller stating that there were “shots fired” and an “active shooter” at the location.