BEDFORD — Chief Robert Bongiorno wishes to remind residents shopping online this holiday season that there is a designated safe internet transaction location at the Bedford Police Station.
BEDFORD — With the start of the 2018 holiday season, Chief Robert Bongiorno reports that the Bedford Police Department’s annual Operation P.A.C.E. (Pro-Active Community Enforcement) has begun, bringing increased marked police cruisers and a mix of uniformed and plainclothes officers to the town’s retail plazas in an effort to prevent crime and deter shoplifting.
Whitman Police Department Scott D. Benton, Chief of Police 20 Essex St Whitman, MA 02382 For Immediate Release Monday, Nov. 27, 2017 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: [email protected] Whitman Police Offer Tips to Prevent Holiday Package Theft WHITMAN – With the holiday shopping season officially here, Chief Scott D. Benton and the Whitman Police Department […]
*Joint Press Release* Dunstable and Groton Police Departments Launch “Shop With A Cop” Event for Students During the Holidays
DUNSTABLE — Dunstable Police Chief James G. Downes III and Groton Police Chief Donald Palma Jr. announce that the Dunstable and Groton Police Departments, in conjunction with Target, launched the first “Shop With A Cop” event for elementary school students this month.
NEWBURYPORT — As residents continue their holiday shopping, Chief Christopher LeClaire and the Newburyport Fire Department would like to provide residents with safety tips on hoverboards — the latest popular gift item — to ensure they remain safe while using the device.
GROVELAND — With the holidays quickly approaching and residents continuing their online shopping, Deputy Chief Jeffrey Gillen and the Groveland Police Department are encouraging residents to use caution when scheduling deliveries in order to prevent unattended packages from being stolen.
CHELMSFORD — Police Chief James Spinney reports that the Chelmsford Police Department, for the second year in a row, is rolling out their Holiday Shopping Action Plan (HSAP) to ensure residents at the town’s shopping centers do not become victims of crime.
DRACUT — As residents ramp up their holiday shopping, Chief Kevin Richardson and the Dracut Police Department ask that the community be careful when scheduling online deliveries to prevent doorstep theft this season.
BURLINGTON — Chief Michael Kent and the Burlington Police Department announce that they will be increasing police patrol at popular shopping areas during the holiday season in an effort to target and reduce incidents of retail theft and property crime at the Burlington Mall and areas surrounding the Mall, including the new Third Avenue area.
CONCORD — With the holidays rapidly approaching, Chief Joseph O’Connor and the Concord Police Department encourage residents to follow several safety procedures when shopping online to prevent thieves from stealing delivered packages that are left unattended.