On February 5th Officer Broderick graduated The Reading Police Academy. Congratulations Officer Broderick.
from left to right: Chief Cudmore, Officer Broderick, Lieutenant Hatch, Sergeant Rodden.
Congratulations to Scott Hatch for his appointment to Lieutenant.
To James Rodden for his appointment to Sergeant
To JoAnne Ballard for a her appointment to Full Time Patrol Officer
To David Rosquete for his appointment to Reserve Office
On January 26, 2015 Chief Cudmore presented each member individually before the Board of Selectmen for appointments and pinning.
The Georgetown Police Department is pleased to announce an opening for a full time and for a reserve Dispatcher. Click on the links below for further detail.
Members of the Georgetown Police Department recently participated at the start line of the Boston Marathon on Patriots Day this year. Commanded by Sgt. DeJoy and assisted by Honor Guard Commander Detective James Rodden the officers assiste...d the B.A.A. with various security check points as well as provided police protection at the start of the Marathon. The officers were versed in Homeland Security procedures, National Incident Command procedures as
well as other emergency management protocols. A special thanks to these officer as this was a volunteer assignment without compensation for this valuable training.
Participating officers from left to right: Officer Scott Yanosick, Sergeant Tom Dejoy, Officer Keith Deguio, Officer Philip Klibansky, Officer Adam Raymond, Detective James Rodden, Officer Matt Carapellucci
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Chief Cudmore would like to thank the community for donating $253.00 to the Jimmy Fund Dana Farber Cancer Institute on Behalf of the Massachusetts Chief of Police Association. A special thanks to Officer Derek Jones who coordinates the canister drop throughout Georgetown businesses on a yearly basis. A job well done!
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The Georgetown Police Department is sponsoring a Prescription Drug Drop off program. You may drop off any prescription medications with the exception of liquids and inhalers. Needles are also not accepted. The station is located at 47 Central St., Georgetown.
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