RANDOLPH – Chief William Pace announces that he will be retiring in April after a 30-year career in law enforcement, including the last 10 years as chief. Chief Pace is Randolph’s 10th police chief since the department opened in 1924.
Statement of Randolph Police Chief William Pace Regarding Death of George Floyd and Actions of Minneapolis Police
RANDOLPH — Chief William Pace and the men and women of the Randolph Police Department condemn the actions of the Minneapolis Police officers which resulted in the death of George Floyd last week.
RANDOLPH — Chief William Pace reports that the Randolph Police Department is investigating a shooting overnight where a man was shot in the leg.
RANDOLPH — Police Chief William Pace and Town Manager Brian Howard are pleased to share that Randolph’s 2019 crime statistics show a third consecutive annual decrease in the town’s crime rate.
Chief William Pace announces the upcoming retirement of Commander David Avery after 32 years with the Randolph Police Department.
Chief William Pace is pleased to announce that the Randolph Police Department has received a donation of 130 bicycle helmets from the law firm Breakstone, White & Gluck for the fourth straight year.
Chief William Pace is pleased to announce that three Randolph Police officers were honored today for their efforts in helping to save the life of a suicidal man last December, using the newly implemented Text-to-911 program.
A Statement From Randolph Police Chief William Pace
Chief William Pace announces that the Randolph Police Department will offer community members a training session on reacting to active shooter incidents in October.
Chief William Pace reports that the Randolph Police Department will be increasing the number of patrols on local roads as part of the national “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” summer campaign.