Chief Warren Ryder is pleased to share that a Boxborough resident was recently rewarded for a good deed she performed in November 2018.
BOXBOROUGH — Chief Warren Ryder and the Boxborough Police Department wish to share safety tips for families this Halloween season.
BOXBOROUGH — Chief Warren Ryder reports that the Boxborough Police Department will hold a Prescription Drug Take Back Day next week.
The Town of Acton earned state approval to establish a veterans’ services district in partnership with the Town of Boxborough.
Chief Warren Ryder reports that the Boxborough Police Department will be following select school buses and increasing police presence at bus stops on Monday, as a way to increase driver awareness and safety while kids are on their way to school.
Chief Warren Ryder is extremely pleased to announce that the Boxborough Police Department officially earned accreditation status from the Massachusetts Police Accreditation Commission (MPAC).
When Boxborough Police responded to a call for shots fired earlier this month, the training and skills of Littleton’s K-9 were put to the test
Chief Warren B. Ryder reports that the Boxborough Police Department has arrested and charged two people after an altercation in which at least one shot was fired Wednesday night.
The Boxborough Police, in partnership with multiple agencies, have arrested a suspect allegedly involved in a home break-in that occurred late last month.
Littleton and Boxborough Police Complete Training Utilizing Middlesex Sheriff’s Office Mobile Training Center
BILLERICA – Members of the Littleton and Boxborough Police Departments recently completed interactive, scenario-based firearms training utilizing the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office Mobile Training Center (MTC), Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian, Littleton Police Chief Matthew King and Boxborough Police Chief Warren B. Ryder announced today.