RANDOLPH — Chief Anthony Marag is pleased to announce the promotion of two members of the Randolph Police Department.
RANDOLPH — Chief Anthony Marag is pleased to announce that Robert Emerson was sworn in recently as the newest commander for the Randolph Police Department.
Randolph Police Recognize Department’s 911 Dispatchers During National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week
RANDOLPH — Chief Anthony Marag wishes to recognize the department’s public safety dispatchers during National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week.
Randolph and Whitman Police Departments Among Several Agencies Helping to Escort Whitman Toddler to Hospital for Surgery
WHITMAN — Randolph Police Chief Anthony Marag and Whitman Police Chief Timothy Hanlon are pleased to share that several local police departments took part in a special escort yesterday for a Whitman toddler who is set to undergo open-heart surgery.
RANDOLPH — Chief Anthony Marag is pleased to announce that members of the Randolph Police Department gifted an 8-year-old girl with a violin and one year’s worth of lessons during a small ceremony March 25.
RANDOLPH — The Randolph Police Department is pleased to announce that Anthony Marag has officially begun his new role as Chief. He is the 11th chief of the department.
BRAINTREE — Chief Mark Dubois reports that the Braintree Police Department has arrested and charged a man in connection with a hit-and-run incident that took place early this morning.
RANDOLPH – Chief William Pace announces that he will be retiring in April after a 30-year career in law enforcement, including the last 10 years as chief. Chief Pace is Randolph’s 10th police chief since the department opened in 1924.
RANDOLPH — Chief William Pace reports that the Randolph Police Department arrested and charged three men with allegedly trafficking fentanyl on Wednesday.
Randolph Fire and Police Departments Thank Local Ocean State Job Lot for Personal Protective Equipment Donation
RANDOLPH — Fire Chief Richard Donovan and Police Chief William Pace would like to thank the local Ocean State Job Lot for its donation of personal protective equipment (PPE) to the police and fire departments last week.