Chief Scott Allen is pleased to announce that two East Bridgewater Police officers recently completed a School Resource Officer training course.
Chief Gary Sullivan is pleased to announce that Easton Police Officer Christopher Aker will be the department’s new School Resource Officer.
ATHOL — Chief Russell T. Kleber is pleased to announce that the Athol Police Department has named Officer Thomas Cummings as the school resource officer for the Athol-Royalston School District.
GEORGETOWN — Chief Donald C. Cudmore is pleased to announce that the Georgetown Finance and Advisory Committee, with the support of the Board of Selectmen, voted to fund a full-time School Resource Officer to work at the Georgetown Middle-High School.
GEORGETOWN — Chief Donald C. Cudmore is pleased to announce that the Georgetown Police Department participated in the second annual Halloween Trick-or-Trunk event earlier this month.
GEORGETOWN — Chief Donald C. Cudmore is pleased to announce that Georgetown Police School Resource Officer Henry Olshefsky met with high school students over a cup of joe yesterday as part of the department’s Coffee with a Cop event.
*Joint Press Release* Melrose Police and Public Schools Welcome School Resource Officer to Middle School
MELROSE — Chief Michael L. Lyle and Superintendent Cyndy Taymore are pleased to announce that Police Officer William (Bill) Higgins began as the School Resource Officer (SRO) at the Melrose Veterans Memorial Middle School (MVMMS) this week.
Newport Police Chief Seth DiSanto to Answer Questions about School Resource Officer Position at Community Commons Tomorrow
NEWPORT, Vt. — Police Chief Seth DiSanto will be on hand to discuss and answer questions from members of the public regarding the Newport Police Department’s difficult decision to suspend the School Resource Officer position.
NEWPORT, Vt. — Police Chief Seth DiSanto reports that the Newport Police Department, faced with having to cut one of its three specialty officers, has suspended its School Resource Officer (SRO) position. However, Chief DiSanto is currently working with other law enforcement partners to come up with a creative solution to maintain the program.