READING — Chief David Clark reports that today the Town of Reading has been notified by Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) officials of two Reading Police Department employees with confirmed cases of coronavirus.
Reading Fire and Police Departments Receive Donations of Respirator Masks from Local Home Depot, Resident
READING — Fire Chief Greg Burns and Police Chief David Clark would like to thank the local Home Depot and a Reading resident for their donations of personal protective equipment to protect first responders during the COVID-19 outbreak.
READING — The Reading Police and Fire Departments would like to extend their gratitude to the Reading community for their thoughtful food donations in the wake of COVID-19.
READING—The Reading Police Department continues to monitor the COVID-19 Coronavirus, and is working closely with the Town Manager, Fire Department, Superintendent of Schools, Emergency Management Director and local public health officials.
READING — Deputy Chief David Clark is pleased to share that the Reading Police Department donated $2,100 to the Reading Food Pantry today as a result of its Don’t Shave December” efforts.
Deputy Chief David Clark is pleased to announce that the Reading Police Department will be taking part in the Home Base No Shave fundraiser next month.
Deputy Chief David Clark is pleased to announce that the Reading Police Department will once again be running its summer helmet voucher program, where officers who spot kids riding their bikes, scooters or rollerblades in town while wearing a helmet will reward them with coupons for free pizza and ice cream.
READING — Deputy Chief David Clark is pleased to announce that a team of assessors from the Massachusetts Police Accreditation Commission (MPAC) is scheduled to arrive on Wednesday, June 25 to begin examining various aspects of the Reading Police Department’s policies, procedures, operations and facilities.
Reading Police will participate in a Click it or Ticket campaign beginning next week in an effort to reduce motor vehicle deaths and injuries.
Deputy Chief David Clark is pleased to share that the Reading Police Department, with assistance from Reading Memorial High School students and local businesses, has redesigned its public interview room.