HULL — Plymouth County Outreach (PCO) Advisory Board Member and Hull Police Chief John Dunn reports that Hull has experienced a spike in overdoses in the last week.
HULL –Chief John Dunn and the Hull Police Department would like to inform residents of new temporary parking restrictions, effective today, throughout the Town of Hull.
Hull Police Complete One Mind Campaign Pledge to Better Serve Those Suffering from Mental Health Disorders
HULL–Chief John Dunn is pleased to share that the Hull Police Department has completed its pledge through the One Mind Campaign to improve its response to those suffering from mental health disorders.
Superintendent Michael F. Devine and Police Chief John Dunn report that Hull Middle School was briefly placed on lockdown this morning after a shell casing was found in the building.
*JOINT RELEASE* Police Investigating After Hull Student Allegedly Shares Threatening Message on Snapchat
Superintendent Michael F. Devine and Deputy Chief Neil J. Reilly report that police and school officials are investigating after a Memorial Middle School student allegedly shared concerning and threatening photos on Snapchat earlier today. The two incidents are believed to have stemmed from an argument among multiple students at the school.
Chief John Dunn is pleased to announce that Sgt. Craig Lepro completed the Roger Williams University Command Training Series: First Line Supervisor Course on Friday, Oct. 11.
Hull Police Provide Update About Anti-Semitic, Racist Graffiti Discovered at Fort Revere Over Labor Day Weekend
Chief John Dunn reports that the investigation into racist and anti-Semitic graffiti spray painted at Fort Revere over Labor Day weekend has been closed after multiple juveniles have been charged.
Chief John Dunn is seeking to identify a man who allegedly exposed himself to a group of women at Nantasket Beach on Monday, Aug. 5.
Chief John Dunn reports that the Hull Police Department arrested a man for larceny on Monday, July 15, after he allegedly stole a woman’s pocketbook at Nantasket Beach.
Chief John Dunn reports that the Hull Police Department arrested a man who was allegedly spray painting a wall at Fort Revere Park on Sunday, July 7.