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68TH ROC STAYS COMMITTED DURING COVID 19 posted on Apr 3

Recruit training at the Plymouth Police Academy is unparalleled. Motivation is vital, dedication essential, and discipline critical to recruit success. The 68th ROC is not only motivated, dedicated, and disciplined to navigate the academy successfully, but more importantly we are motivated, dedicated, and disciplined to be impactful in our communities. This is true now, and will   …Continue Reading 68TH ROC STAYS COMMITTED DURING COVID 19

Hands Free Driving posted on Feb 19

Legal Update: New legislation requiring the hands-free use of mobile telephones while driving rewrites G.L. c. 90, § 13B.

Effective Interaction with the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Effective Interaction with the Deaf and Hard of Hearing posted on Nov 25

The Massachusetts Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (MCDHH) held a specialized training at the Municipal Police Training Committee’s Randolph Police Academy to thirty-three law enforcement officers from 15 municipal police departments, Bunker Hill College and Plymouth County Sheriff’s Office. MCDHH explored some of the myths, communication   …Continue Reading Effective Interaction with the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Walking for a Legend

Walking for a Legend posted on Oct 8

MPTC Plymouth Police Academy Director Eileen Goodick  and Program Coordinator Alison Taylor joined Team Police Chiefs in the Jimmy Fund Walk for Dana Farber. This year the Team was walking in honor and memory of Attorney Patrick M. Rogers who lost his battle to cancer   …Continue Reading Walking for a Legend

Community Policing at Its Best

Community Policing at Its Best posted on Jul 16

On Saturday June 22, 2019, Plymouth Police Academy recruits from the Plymouth Police Department participated in their towns Community Policing event. The event took place at the Plymouth Public Library from 10am-2pm. Volunteers for the event included the recruits, police officers and members from the   …Continue Reading Community Policing at Its Best

Run to Remember

Run to Remember posted on May 30

On Sunday, May 26th 2019, Student Officer Rix and Student Officer Burke, Jr. represented the 67th R.O.C Plymouth Police Academy and the Plymouth Police Department in the “Boston’s Run to Remember” 5 mile road race located in the Seaport area of Boston. It was the   …Continue Reading Run to Remember

Operation Flags for Vets

Operation Flags for Vets posted on May 29

On May 25, 2019, the 67th Recruit Officer Course (ROC) of Plymouth Police Academy was honored to participate in Operation Flags for Vets at the Massachusetts National Cemetery in Bourne. Operation Flags for Vets is an event sponsored by the SFC Jared C. Monti Charitable   …Continue Reading Operation Flags for Vets

CUTS 4 CANCER

CUTS 4 CANCER posted on May 22

          On Sunday May 19th, 2019, Student Officers from the 67TH R.O.C. MPTC Plymouth Police Academy participated in the 4th annual “Cuts 4 Cancer” event in Canton. This event, hosted by Betsy’s Barbershop, benefits the Joe Andruzzi Foundation. The Joe Andruzzi   …Continue Reading CUTS 4 CANCER

WE REMEMBER TOGETHER

WE REMEMBER TOGETHER posted on May 16

On Tuesday, May 7, 2019 the Plymouth Police Academy was honored to have Officer Tommy Capell and his wife, Robbie Capell of the San Antonio Police Department for a dedication of an Honor Chair. Tommy & Robbie Capell started Saving a Hero’s Place back in   …Continue Reading WE REMEMBER TOGETHER

MPTC Implements State-of-The-Art Database

MPTC Implements State-of-The-Art Database posted on Feb 22

  MPTC has begun implementing a state-of-the-art training record/instructor certification database. The database will an officer’s training and certification records and will be the portal for enrolling in training and obtaining and renewing certifications.  It will allow departments and officers access to the records themselves   …Continue Reading MPTC Implements State-of-The-Art Database