ACTON — Police Chief Richard Burrows is pleased to announce the Acton Police Department has been awarded $25,000 in federal grant funds allocated by the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security’s Office of Grants and Research (OGR).
ACTON — Chief Richard Burrows reports that the Acton Police Department responded to a report of an armed robbery Wednesday evening at a Subway restaurant located in town.
ACTON — Chief Richard Burrows reports that a Littleton man has been arrested following a stabbing in town yesterday.
ACTON — Chief Richard Burrows announces that the Acton Police Department’s accreditation assessment will take place next month.
ACTON — Chief Richard Burrows is proud to share that the Acton Police Department has updated its use of force policy, requiring officers to intervene in situations where another officer is using unreasonable force, bringing the department fully in line with all reforms of the 8 Can’t Wait campaign.
ACTON – Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan and Acton Chief of Police Richard Burrows today confirmed that five individuals, including three juveniles, have been charged in connection with a serious stabbing that occurred on April 23, 2020 in the area of Long Ridge Road in Acton.
ACTON — Chief Richard Burrows reports that the Acton Police Department is investigating a stabbing that occurred Thursday evening.
ACTON — Town Manager John Mangiaratti, Emergency Management Director Mark Hald, Director of Acton Nursing Heather York and Health Director Sheryl Ball report that the Town of Acton has been notified by the Department of Public Health of the town’s first positive case of COVID-19.
ACTON — Chief Richard Burrows is pleased to announce that the Acton Police Department this week received its first hybrid marked police cruiser, and it expects to take delivery a second in March as the department works to transition its entire fleet into green vehicles.
*JOINT RELEASE* Acton Police and Fire Departments Respond to Serious Crash Involving Tractor Trailer, Car
Fire Chief Robert Hart and Police Chief Richard Burrows report that two women were seriously injured Monday morning when their vehicle collided with a tractor trailer.