Police Chief James Hicks and Fire Chief Michael Lentini would like to invite media members to attend a large-scale critical incident response training exercise at the Natick Mall this weekend.
Natick Police and Fire Departments Announce Large-Scale Critical Incident Training Exercise at Natick Mall
Police Chief James Hicks and Fire Chief Michael Lentini would like to notify Natick and the surrounding communities that local first responders will be conducting a large-scale critical incident response training exercise at the Natick Mall this weekend.
Family Promise Metrowest’s Walk to End Homelessness Marks Decade of Service to Greater Boston Communities
NATICK – Family Promise Metrowest (FPM), will hold its 10th annual Walk to End Homelessness this April, signalling a decade of work to support local families facing homelessness.
NATICK– Chief James Hicks and the Natick Police Department are pleased to announce a significant donation made to Cops for Kids with Cancer on behalf of Connor Heffler, the son of Natick Police Department School Resource Officer Elizabeth Heffler, who passed away in November after a 20-month battle with cancer.
Natick Police responded to the Speedway Gas Station on Rt. 9. Officers learned that a masked suspect entered the gas station threatening to have a gun.
NATICK — Chief James G. Hicks and the Natick Police Department are pleased to announce that a 911 enhancement called Smart911 is now available to all Natick residents and visitors.
NATICK — Chief James G. Hicks reports that the Natick Police Department is investigating a series of threatening letters left on a resident’s doorstep this weekend. The incident is being investigated as a possible hate crime.
NATICK — Chief James G. Hicks is pleased to announce that the Massachusetts State 911 Department has approved a request by Natick Police Department to utilize state funding for a Third Party Quality Assurance Call Review Agreement provided by the Denise Amber Lee Foundation.
NATICK – Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan and Natick Chief of Police James Hicks have confirmed the identity of the individual who died following a two-car motor vehicle crash in Natick on Oct. 11. The victim has been identified as Kevin Salguero-Fuentes, 23, of Waltham.
*Joint Press Release* Natick Police and Middlesex District Attorney’s Office Investigating Fatal Two-Car Crash
NATICK — Police Chief James G. Hicks and Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan are investigating a two-car motor vehicle crash where one man died last night.