DEDHAM — The following is a statement from Dedham Town Moderator Daniel Driscoll regarding the death of George Floyd:
Arlington Police Associations Issue Statement Regarding the Death of George Floyd and Actions of Minneapolis Police
ARLINGTON — The Arlington Police Patrolmen’s Association and Arlington Ranking Officer’s Association, which represent the officers of the Arlington Police Department, condemn the actions of Minneapolis Police officers which resulted in the death of George Floyd, and wish to provide the Arlington community with information regarding progressive reforms that have been implemented in the past 10 years.
Statement of Groveland Police Chief Jeffrey T. Gillen Regarding Death of George Floyd and Actions of Minneapolis Police
GROVELAND — Chief Jeffrey T. Gillen and the men and women of the Groveland Police Department condemn the actions of the Minneapolis police officers which resulted in the death of George Floyd last week. Chief Gillen and the Groveland Police Department also condemn racism and police brutality of any kind, as the Groveland Police Department […]
Holbrook Police Department Issues Statement Regarding Upcoming Planned Rally and Vigil in Town for George Floyd
HOLBROOK — The following is a statement from Chief William Smith regarding the upcoming planned rally and vigil for George Floyd in the Town of Holbrook:
MEDWAY — The Medway Public Schools Leadership Team, to include Superintendent Armand Pires, Assistant Superintendent Gabrielle Abrams, Director of Student Services Kathleen Bernklow, Middle School Principal Craig Juelis, Burke-Memorial Elementary School Principal Amanda Luizzi, McGovern Elementary School Principal Amy McDonald, Medway Federation of Teachers President Megan Morrison, High School Principal John Murray and Director of Wellness Ryan Sherman, offers the following statement to the Medway community:
SAUGUS — Interim Chief Ronald Giorgetti wishes to share the following letter with the Saugus community:
Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth Reaffirms Commitment to Promoting Diversity and Equity Following Death of George Floyd
WAKEFIELD — As a nationwide dialog regarding racism and inequity has been sparked following tragic events including the death of George Floyd last week at the hands of Minneapolis police, the Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth (MPY) wishes to reaffirm its commitment to promoting the health and safety of all students.
LITTLETON — Chief Matthew J. Pinard wishes to provide his thoughts on the police killing of George Floyd, which has sparked protests against racism and police brutality throughout the United States and beyond. “Traditionally, I do not feel comfortable addressing police incidents that occur outside of the Littleton community, but it’s long past time for […]
HAVERHILL — Superintendent Maureen Lynch wishes to share how the Whittier Tech community is addressing the death of George Floyd and the ensuing nationwide protests.
Easton Public Schools Superintendent Lisha Cabral Issues Statement Regarding the Death of George Floyd
EASTON — Superintendent Lisha Cabral offers the following statement to the Easton community: