MARION — The Marion Police Department is pleased to announce that Richard B. Nighelli has officially begun in his new role as Chief.
MARION — Following over three decades of service, Chief John B. Garcia officially retires in January 2021.
MARION — Chief John Garcia and the Marion Police Brotherhood are pleased to invite residents to the “Fill-A-Cruiser – Cruise By” toy drive for local children in need next weekend.
MARION — Chief John Garcia is pleased to announce that the Massachusetts Police Accreditation Commission (MPAC) will conduct an examination of various aspects of the Marion Police Department’s policies and procedures, operations and facilities next month.
Marion Police Department Participates in Pink Patch Project as Part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month
MARION — Chief John Garcia is pleased to announce that the Marion Police Department is taking part in the Pink Patch Project throughout the month of October.
Marion Officials Provide Hurricane Preparedness Tips in Conjunction with Hurricane Preparedness Week
MARION — Town Administrator James McGrail, Fire Chief Brian Jackvony and Police Chief John Garcia are encouraging residents to take a series of precautions in the event of a tropical storm or hurricane.
MARION — Town Administrator Jay McGrail, the Marion Board of Selectmen and the Marion Police Department are pleased to announce that Marion Police Lt. Richard Nighelli has been selected to be the town’s new police chief come January.
Chief John Garcia is pleased to announce that the Marion Police Department will participate in the 7th annual Tri-Town National Night Out with Mattapoisett and Rochester first responders and invites residents to attend.
Chief John Garcia reports that after receiving multiple reports of a suspicious person walking in a playground at the Sippican Elementary School Friday morning, the person was determined by police to be a 12-year-old boy carrying a toy gun.
The Marion Police Department has been made aware of a multi-jurisdictional investigation in Bristol County that may impact a member of this department and his conduct related to the performance of his duties as a Marion Police Officer.