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.
Plymouth Police Academy 63rd Recruit Officer Class Takes to Community posted on Dec 23
The Plymouth Police Academy 63rd Recruit Officer Class (ROC) recently took to their community to with hopes to make even a small difference through participation in holiday events. On Friday, December 2, 2016 several student officers ran the Winter Lights 5K in Plymouth. The donations …Continue Reading Plymouth Police Academy 63rd Recruit Officer Class Takes to Community
Student Officers Give Back to Community posted on Dec 5
The 55th Recruit Officer Class (ROC) from the Western Massachusetts Police Academy in Springfield recently made a donation of over $1500 worth of food items to the Mayflower Marathon Food Drive. For more than two decades, Rock 102’s Mayflower Marathon has helped fill the shelves …Continue Reading Student Officers Give Back to Community
Academy Class Donate Surplus of Funds to New England C.O.P.S. posted on Sep 26
The 54th Recruit Officer Class (ROC) from the Western Massachusetts Police Academy recently made a $500 donation to the New England Chapter of Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.). As the 54th ROC neared the end of its training, the class had a significant surplus in …Continue Reading Academy Class Donate Surplus of Funds to New England C.O.P.S.