BURLINGTON – Chief Thomas P. Browne is pleased to announce that the Burlington Police Department has kept a pledge to improve its ability to respond to those with mental health conditions by completing the International Association of Chiefs of Police’s One Mind Campaign.
Billerica, Chelmsford, Dracut, Lowell, Pepperell, Tewksbury and Tyngsborough Police Departments Participate in Front Line Initiative Crisis Intervention Training
The Billerica, Chelmsford, Dracut, Pepperell, Tewksbury and Tyngsborough Police Departments report that officers from each of their departments, as well as Officers from the Lowell Police Department, received 40 hours of Crisis Intervention Training from the Front Line Initiative.
TOWNSEND – Chief James Sartell is pleased to report that Townsend Police Officer Michael Marchand recently graduated from Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training held at the Littleton Police Department and sponsored by the Community Outreach Initiative Network (COIN) program.
Braintree Police Officer Jay St. Ives Receives Commendation for Crisis Intervention, Mental Health Work
BRAINTREE — Chief Mark Dubois is pleased to announce that Braintree Police Officer Jay St. Ives has been recognized by the Norfolk County Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training and Technical Assistance Center for his efforts in crisis intervention and mental health training and response.