Randolph Police Chief William Pace and Braintree Police Chief Mark Dubois report that the Randolph Police Department arrested and charged a man who fled from officers in Braintree at South Shore Plaza Monday night.
Police Chief William Pace personally welcomes the public to the Randolph Police Department’s web site.Read more
A few important numbers and tips for the community of Randolph, including scam awareness.Read more
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.
The Randolph Citizen’s Police Academy is a 12 week program designed to provide an environment which the community can learn about policing directly from the officers who serve them.
The Randolph Police Department is currently actively investigating multiple acts of vandalism at a local church. Our department responded to the International Assembly of God church at 572 South Main St. in Randolph four times between April 6 and May 2 for reports of vandalism ranging from broken windows to smashed light bulbs.