TOWNSEND — Chief James Sartell and the Townsend Police Department wish to provide information about the planned 3G cellular network shutdown, in order to prepare residents for possible impacts.
Chief James Sartell is pleased to announce that the Townsend Police Department is raising money this November to benefit veterans and their families through the Wounded Warrior Project.
Townsend Police Partner with North Middlesex Regional High School During Breast Cancer Awareness Month
TOWNSEND — Chief James Sartell and Superintendent Brad Morgan are pleased to announce the Townsend Police Department and North Middlesex Regional High School partnered to help support patients and raise awareness during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
TOWNSEND – Chief James Sartell is pleased to report that Townsend Police Officer Michael Marchand recently graduated from Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training held at the Littleton Police Department and sponsored by the Community Outreach Initiative Network (COIN) program.
Townsend Police Provide Tips for Residents to Protect their Vehicles During National Vehicle Theft Prevention Month
TOWNSEND — Chief James Sartell and the Townsend Police Department would like to advise residents to properly secure their vehicles to prevent break-ins and avoid being easy targets for thieves this season.
TOWNSEND — As part of Distracted Driving Awareness Month, Chief James Sartell and the Townsend Police Department would like to remind residents to stay focused while operating a vehicle.
TOWNSEND — Chief James Sartell is pleased to announce the Townsend Police Department will be participating in the Autism Police Patch Program through April and hosting a community meet and greet at the end of the month to raise awareness about autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
TOWNSEND — Chief James Sartell and the Townsend Police Department would like to share guidelines and tips in regards to accessing help in the midst of an emergency during National 9-1-1 Education Month.
TOWNSEND — The Townsend Police Department reports that it responded after a tree fell and struck a child this evening.
TOWNSEND — With warmer weather in the forecast, Chief James P. Sartell wishes to remind drivers to be aware of motorcycles on the road.