LOWELL — Superintendent Raymond Kelly Richardson would like to share that the Lowell Police Department is offering a free Youth Boxing Club for any city resident ages 10 to 18.
*MEDIA ADVISORY, RSVP Requested* Lowell Police Department Training Officers on De-escalation Using State-of-the-Art Virtual Reality Simulator
LOWELL — Superintendent Raymond Kelly Richardson would like to invite members of the media to experience a state-of-the-art training simulator the Lowell Police Department is using to allow officers to practice real-world scenarios involving de-escalation and other strategies.
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.
Lowell Police Advise Residents to Use Caution When Using Ride-Sharing Services During National Crime Prevention Month
LOWELL — As part of National Crime Prevention Month, Superintendent Raymond Kelly Richardson and the Lowell Police Department would like to advise residents to always use caution when using ride-sharing apps as a means of transportation.
LOWELL — Police Superintendent Raymond Kelly Richardson is pleased to announce that the Lowell Police Department is preparing to achieve State Certification from the Massachusetts Police Accreditation Commission (MPAC).
DRACUT — Acting Chief Stephen D. Chaput reports that the Dracut Police Department is actively searching for a man who allegedly broke into the Village Inn restaurant on Monday night.
TYNGSBOROUGH — Interim Superintendent Jill Davis is pleased to announce that Greater Lowell Technical High School’s SkillsUSA Chapter has been awarded a Gold Level Chapter of Distinction for the fifth consecutive year.
TYNGSBOROUGH — Interim Superintendent Jill Davis is pleased to announce the Class of 2020 Top 10 and Cooperative Education Students of the Year.
Chelmsford Police arrested a Quincy man after a verbal disagreement outside an apartment building on Monday night escalated into a shots fired situation.
Greater Lowell Tech’s “A Charlie Brown Christmas” Themed Float wins City of Lights 2019 Mayor’s Award – Best of Parade
“Charlie Brown Christmas” themed float built by Greater Lowell Tech students won the Mayor’s Award for Best of Parade at the 31st Annual City of Lights Holiday Parade earlier today.