MARION – Chief Brian Jackvony is pleased to announce that the Marion Fire Department has been awarded a grant by the Commonwealth Security Trust Fund (CSTF) to be used for training.
COHASSET — Chief William Quigley is pleased to announce that the Cohasset Police Department has been accepted into the Active Bystandership for Law Enforcement (ABLE) Project, Georgetown University Law Center’s national training and support initiative for U.S. law enforcement agencies committed to building a culture of peer intervention that prevents harm.
RHODE ISLAND – The Rhode Island Police Accreditation Commission (RIPAC) and Chief Patrick Jones are pleased to announce that the Tiverton Police Department has achieved full state accreditation for the first time.
GLOUCESTER — Chief Eric Smith reports that the Gloucester Fire Department is taking part in an aerial ladder truck training.
CANTON — Chief Charles Doody reports that all members of the Canton Fire Department have begun part one of a two-part safety and survival training this week.
MAYNARD — Fire Chief Anthony Stowers is pleased to share that the Maynard Fire Department conducted nighttime training at a newly built senior living complex last week.
WAKEFIELD — Executive Director Margie Daniels is pleased to share that Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth (MPY) hosted five webinars last week, reaching approximately 3,000 educators on key topics relating to the behavioral and mental health needs of students amid COVID-19.
Holbrook Regional Emergency Communications Center and Holbrook Police Department Undergo Missing Child Readiness Training
HOLBROOK — Deputy Director of Communications Lauren Mielke of the Holbrook Regional Emergency Communications Center and Chief William Smith of the Holbrook Police Department are pleased to announce their departments’ respective involvement with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC).
WAKEFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS — Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth (MPY) Executive Director Margie Daniels announces the nonprofit has provided critical remote professional development and training sessions to more than 25,000 participants addressing the challenges COVID-19 poses for educators.
National Public Safety Telecommunicator Week: What it Takes to be a Holbrook Regional Emergency Communication Center Telecommunicator
HOLBROOK – As part of National Public Safety Telecommunicator Week, Director Steve Hooke and the Holbrook Regional Emergency Communication Center (HRECC) would like to present a series of informational messages to help teach the public about what the members of the HRECC do on a daily basis, including more about the staff who work there and their varied responsibilities.