WAKEFIELD — Fire Chief Michael Sullivan and Police Chief Rick Smith wish to remind residents take caution and follow the law while bicycling, walking, jogging, and driving.
WAKEFIELD — In anticipation of below freezing temperatures this week, Chief Rick Smith and the Wakefield Police Department would like to provide the community with several important safety tips in the event of inclement weather.
Chief Rick Smith is pleased to announce that Wakefield Police Officer David Rando and his K9 partner Dozer recently completed a national patrol dog certification program, and were one of the top handler and dog teams to participate in competitive trials over the weekend.
Chief Rick Smith is pleased to announce that the Wakefield Police Department will once again collect donations for Toys for Tots this holiday season.
Police Chief Rick Smith wishes to remind residents to take the proper precautions and adhere to state regulations to ensure a safe and happy summer.
WAKEFIELD — Police Chief Rick Smith is pleased to announce nearly 1,000 activity books were donated to the Wakefield Police Department to be gifted to schoolchildren around town.
Wakefield Police Chief Appointed Vice Chair of IACP Task Force to Address Global Violence Against Law Enforcement
Wakefield Police Department Rick Smith, Chief of Police 1 Union St. Wakefield, MA 01880 For Immediate Release Friday, Dec. 16, 2016 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: [email protected] Wakefield Police Chief Appointed Vice Chair of IACP Task Force to Address Global Violence Against Law Enforcement WAKEFIELD – Town Administrator Stephen P. Maio and the Wakefield Police […]
WAKEFIELD — Chief Rick Smith and the Wakefield Police Department would like to wish the community a happy and safe Fourth of July this weekend.
WAKEFIELD — As the Fourth of July approaches, Chief Rick Smith and the Wakefield Police Department are reminding residents that the use of fireworks is illegal in the state of Massachusetts.
WAKEFIELD – Chief Rick Smith reports that the Wakefield Police Department is investigating multiple reports of a man taking photos of children at various parks, playgrounds and preschools, but has found no evidence of criminal activity at this time.