North Attleboro Police Chief John Reilly and Randolph Police Chief William Pace are pleased to announce that the two departments teamed up last night to make 3-year-old Mikey Grover an honorary police officer for his bravery and courage in dealing with congenital heart disease.
Police Chief William Pace personally welcomes the public to the Randolph Police Department’s web site.Read more
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Meet the latest addition to our team, Larry the Therapy Dog!
Randolph Police Chief William Pace and Town Manager David Murphy announce the formation of the Randolph Police Emotional Support Unit as an additional service the police department will provide to those who need comfort and support in times of crisis. Therapy dogs around the nation have a proven track record of helping people cope with very difficult situations.
Programs that Randolph PD Offers
The G.R.E.A.T. Program is a school-based, law enforcement officer-instructed classroom curriculum. With prevention as its primary objective, the program is intended as an immunization against delinquency, youth violence, and gang membership. The Randolph Police Department has 7 G.R.E.A.T. Certified Officers.
Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) is an educational self defense course for WOMEN only. The course is designed “to develop and enhance the options of self defense, so they may become viable considerations to the woman who is attacked.” The program is offered FREE of charge to all women (ages 17 and up).
North Attleboro Police Chief John Reilly and Randolph Police Chief William Pace are pleased to announce that the two police departments will be teaming up next week to make 3-year-old Mikey Grover an honorary police officer for his bravery and courage in dealing with congenital heart disease.