GROVELAND 一 Chief Jeffrey Gillen is pleased to announce that the Groveland Police Department has been awarded $5,760 in grant funding to improve road safety. The grant was made available by the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS) and
The Groveland Police Department, in partnership with our community, is committed to maintaining the peace, protecting life and property, and creating an environment where service to the public is paramount. While striving to provide professional law enforcement and crime prevention services, we value innovation, cooperation, accountability, service, commitment, compassion, leadership, trust, and integrity. We will respect our community by protecting the constitutional rights of all individuals, and utilize problem-solving techniques to address community concerns. While fostering an organizational culture that values integrity, accountability, and ethical decision-making, we will effectively communicate with all members of our organization and community. With service to the public being our commitment, honor and integrity will be our mandate.
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The Chiefs of the Rowley, Boxford, Georgetown, Groveland, and Newbury Police Departments are pleased to announce they have been awarded funding through the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health Jail/Arrest Diversion Grant Program, to implement a “Component Jail Diversion Program.” Through
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The Groveland Police Department advises that 7 Star Road is closed to through traffic, from Governors Road to Center Street, on Tuesday, July 26. Highway Department crews will be performing road work. Motorists should expect delays and seek alternate routes.