Chief William Pace is pleased to announce that the Randolph Police Department and Randolph Police Patrolmen’s Union Local 18 donated over $3,000 to two local autism charities on Friday, Aug. 23.
Chief Michael Miksch is pleased to announce that four Hanson Police officers participated in a specialized training program about autism and related disabilities last week.
NEWBURYPORT — City Marshal Mark Murray is pleased to share that the Newburyport Police Department has expanded a program that helps officers locate residents who are prone to wandering and becoming lost in recognition of Autism Awareness Month.
Chief William Pace is pleased to announce that the Randolph Police Department will be selling patches this month in order to raise money for autism awareness.
CONCORD — Chief Joseph O’Connor is pleased to announce that the Concord Police Department will be conducting outreach to community members impacted by Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
As part of an event aimed at raising awareness for autism, Delphi Technology Solutions joined the Lawrence Police Department this week to participate in their “Light It Up Blue” campaign.
The Lawrence Police Department will wear special blue badges and will host an Autism Awareness Day as part of the “Light It Up Blue” campaign in April
Statement from Great Barrington Town Manager and Police Chief Regarding Eagleton School Investigation
Great Barrington Police conducted an operation at the Eagleton School, a private facility for boys with cognitive and developmental disabilities.