The 4th and 5th Recruit Officer Courses of the Randolph Police Academy and staff from the MPTC participated in a toy drive for Project Guardian Angels this December. More than $300 in gift cards and two SUVs worth of toys and wrapping paper were donated to the project on December 16. The 4th ROC actually contributed the remainder of their class funds to the cause. Led by Officer Rosie Vasquez-Browne of the Brockton Police Department, Project Guardian Angels has a 15-year history of assisting families in need in Brockton.
The content of this blog is written by Academy Director Lara Thomas.
In Valor There is Hope posted on Apr 18
In recognition of all working K-9’s, past, present and future the Plymouth Police Academy’s 63rd Recruit Officer Course dedicates a memorial in honor of Fallen K-9’s. The graduating class of the 63rd Recruit Officer Course (ROC), Plymouth Police Academy left a piece of them behind …Continue Reading In Valor There is Hope
Fitchburg State President and Executive Director of Municipal Police Training Committee sign an Articulation Agreement posted on Apr 10
Fitchburg State President Richard Lapidus, left, and Executive Director of Municipal Police Training Committee Dan Zivkovich sign the articulation agreement between the university and the state organization on Tuesday. Fitchburg State University President Richard Lapidus and Executive Director of Municipal Police Training Committee Dan Zivkovich …Continue Reading Fitchburg State President and Executive Director of Municipal Police Training Committee sign an Articulation Agreement
Motivated, Dedicated + Disciplined posted on Apr 5
The 63rd ROC Plymouth proudly ran the 23rd Annual Officer Thomas J. Giunta Memorial Road Race in Memory of Officer Thomas J. Giunta, a 21 year veteran of the Fall River Police Department shot in the line of duty. The 63rd ROC feels strongly about honoring …Continue Reading Motivated, Dedicated + Disciplined