GLOUCESTER — Chief Edward Conley reports that the Gloucester Police Department responded Wednesday to a crash in which a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle on Washington Street.
GLOUCESTER — Chief Edward Conley is proud to share that the Gloucester Police Department and Community Impact Unit Community Navigator Tito Rodriguez have been honored by the Metro Boston CIT Training & Technical Assistance Center (MB CIT-TTAC).
Gloucester Health Department Provides Training for Gloucester Schools and Police on Recognizing and Responding to Trauma
The City of Gloucester and Health Director Max Schenk are pleased to share that staff from Gloucester Public Schools and the Gloucester Police Department participated in training to help them recognize and respond to trauma in ways consistent with the city’s efforts to support the mental health of all.
Gloucester Police Department Announces Grant-Funded ‘Teach To Reach’ Initiative to Train Recovery Coaches
Chief Edward Conley and Mayor Greg Verga are pleased to report that the Gloucester Police Department Community Impact Unit has received $29,878 in grant funding for a new “Teach to Reach” Initiative that will provide training to recovery coaches.
GLOUCESTER — Chief Edward Conley reports that the Gloucester Police Department is working in conjunction with the Rockport Police Department to search for a missing 16-year-old boy.
With the holiday season fast approaching and more people shopping for gifts, Chief Edward Conley and the Gloucester Police Department would like to provide tips to prevent theft for residents expecting package deliveries in the coming weeks.
Gloucester Police Department Donates to The Open Door Food Pantry for Thanksgiving and Holiday Season
GLOUCESTER — Chief Edward Conley is pleased to announce that the Gloucester Police Department made a $2,000 donation to The Open Door, a food pantry that serves the Gloucester community.
Gloucester Police Department Community Impact Unit Accepts Donation to Fund Access and Transportation to Treatment for Those In Need
GLOUCESTER — Chief Edward Conley is pleased to announce that the John E. Rosenthal Charitable Trust donated $10,000 to the Gloucester Police Department Community Impact Unit to help eliminate obstacles for those seeking treatment for opioid and alcohol dependence.
GLOUCESTER — Chief Edward Conley and the Gloucester Police Department would like to remind parents to make sure their children are properly buckled and in the correct car seat for their age and size as part of Child Passenger Safety Week.
GLOUCESTER — Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken and Police Chief Edward Conley are pleased to invite the community to a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new mobile outreach bus that will help the police department’s Community Impact Unit with everything from mental health outreach to serving free ice cream to kids.