BELMONT — The Irish American Police Officers Association (IAPOA) is pleased to announce that a Melrose Police Detective was honored for an investigation into a fatal drug overdose, and two Melrose Police Officers were honored for saving a life.
LOWELL — Police Superintendent Raymond Kelly Richardson is pleased to share that the Lowell Police Department recognized nearly three dozen officers for outstanding and lifesaving work.
PEPPERELL — Chief David Scott reports that two Pepperell Police officers rescued a local woman from a two-alarm house fire on Monday night.
Rockland Police Officers to be Presented Lifesaving Award for Providing Medical Aid to Man Injured in Industrial Accident
ROCKLAND – Chief John Llewellyn is pleased to announce that he will be presenting a lifesaving award to two Rockland Police officers tonight for their efforts in helping to save a man’s life when his arm was severed in an industrial accident in March.
CONCORD- Chief Joseph O’Connor is pleased to announce that four members of the Concord Police Department received lifesaving awards from the Municipal Police Training Committee (MPTC) last night.
CONCORD — Chief Joseph O’Connor is pleased to announce that several members of the Concord Police Department received First Responder Recognition Awards yesterday for their life saving achievements.
METHUEN — Chief Joseph Solomon and the Methuen Police Department are pleased to announce that Officer Thomas R. Torrisi Jr. was awarded the 2015 Police Officer of the Year Award by the Methuen Exchange Club at a ceremony on Wednesday, Nov. 18.
ARLINGTON — Chief Frederick Ryan and the Arlington Police Department are proud to report that three Arlington police officers were awarded the Massachusetts Police Association’s (MPA) Life Saving Award for their tremendous work during the devastating Arizona Terrace fire on May 5.
STONEHAM – Chief James McIntyre and the Stoneham Police Department today are praising Officer Sheryl Rotondi on her outstanding response to two separate medical aid calls last week, saving a life at one and bringing a life into the world at the other.
Chelsea Police Department Chief Brian Kyes 19 Park St. Chelsea, MA 02150 For Immediate Release Wednesday, June 10, 2015 Contact: Captain Keith Houghton Phone: 617-828-5722 Email: KHoughton@chelseama.gov Chelsea Police Officer Receives Life Saving Medal CHELSEA — Police Chief Brian Kyes is pleased to announce that he awarded Officer John Bruttaniti the Chelsea Police Department’s Life Saving Medal […]