Not cool FLPD. Not cool.
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Freetown Police Department is located at 225 Chace Rd, Freetown, 02717 MA. The Freetown Police Department phone number is 508-763-4017.
Not cool FLPD. Not cool.
Close call. Kids, PLEASE don’t ever put us in this situation. We’re begging you. #wecare
⚠️ Please use caution this morning. The overnight rain and wind has brought down a lot of wet leaves, causing slippery road conditions. 🍁🍂💦⚠️
(10/15/18 - 5:24pm)...STRONG GUSTY WINDS POSSIBLE THIS EVENING AND OVERNIGHT... Two rounds of strong gusty winds are possible this evening and overnight. First potential round of wind may impact the south coast of Massachusetts and Rhode Island as a line of heavy showers and embedded thunderstorms associated with a cold front move across this area between 11 PM and 2 AM. Behind the front, another round of strong gusty winds will develop around or after midnight with northwest winds potentially gusting up to 40-45 mph. Greatest risk appears to be across northern Massachusetts, including the Greater Boston area. Both wind events may result in isolated tree damage and localized power outages.
“New Police Station Information Video” available on Town of Freetown Board of Selectmen Youtube Channel Information Sessions Opened to the Public at the Apponequet High School Auditorium Wednesday, October 3rd at 7:00 pm Saturday, October 6th at 1:00 pm Wednesday, October 10th at 7:00 pm Saturday, October 20th at 1:00 pm
The weekly Arrest Log and Incident Log has been posted to our website. Visit our site at www.freetownpolice.org #FreetownPDLog http://freetownpolice.org/news/weekly-police-logs/
Great read and so true.
Doritos.... who knew?
Tip-of-the-Hat to the police officers from Wyoming, Minnesota who responded to this call and of course to Mom! Congratulations to all. 💙❤️💙
“Car 554, where you?” #Car554
Today, Officer Medeiros and Officer DeMello visited the Freetown Elementary School. Keeping things safe... 🚓🚓
...FLASH FLOOD WATCH FROM THURSDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH FRIDAY MORNING... The National Weather Service in Boston/Norton has issued a * Flash Flood Watch for portions of southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island, including the following areas, in southeastern Massachusetts, Bristol and Plymouth. In Rhode Island, Block Island, Bristol, Kent, Newport, Providence, and Washington. * From Thursday afternoon through Friday morning. * Tropical moisture will converge ahead of an area of low pressure and sweeping cold front beginning Thursday afternoon continuing through Thursday night. Shortly after the remnants of Hurricane Michael will lift north along the cold front by Friday morning. * Moderate to heavy rainfall is anticipated averaging around 2 to 3 inches for the area with locally heavier amounts especially with any thunderstorm activity as high as 3 to 5 inches. * Additional concern with continuous rain for a long period of time that could stream northeast across the region. Potentially occurring within a 1 to 3 hour window, there is the possibility that flash flooding will occur. * Streams and small rivers are running much higher than normal, and the ground remains fairly saturated from a series of heavy rainfall events from late September into early October. Therefore, the region is vulnerable to flash flooding. * Astronomical tides are running slightly higher than average given the new moon. With any excessive rainfall during high tides there may be poor drainage issues in addition to flooding for shoreline communities.
REMINDER: NEW POLICE STATION INFORMATIONAL MEETING TONIGHT The third of four Informational Meetings for the New Police Station Project will take place at the Apponequet HS Auditorium tonight (WED 10/10) at 7PM! The final informational meeting will take place on SAT 10/20 @ 1PM
***** NOTICE OF WRITTEN EXAM ***** Re: Auxiliary Police Officer Written Exam Date: Saturday, December 15, 2018 Exam Time: 10:00 AM Written Exam Deadline: November 15, 2018 Written Exam Fee: $25 Exam Location: Freetown Council on Aging 227 Chace Road East Freetown, MA 02717 Written Examination: The National Criminal Justice Officer Selection Inventory – I (NCJOSI^2), produced by I/O Solutions. In order to apply for this exam, you must follow the instructions below: 1. Complete a resume, include current email address 2. Complete a check in the amount of $25 made payable to I/O Solutions 3. Mail the resume and check to: Freetown Police Department 225 Chace Road East Freetown, MA 02717 Attn: Auxiliary Liaison Once the check and resume has been received, you will receive a written confirmation by email. A link to available study materials can be found here https://iosolutions.com/ncjosi2-preparation-materials Visit https://freetownpolice.org/employment/ for important information regarding: Auxiliary Police Officer Job Description Automatic Disqualifications
Tip-of-the-Hat to the Wareham Police Department, especially Officers James White and Blaise Lalli. Well done officers!
One of the main attractions of our town is the Freetown State Forest, a 5000-acre forest which includes 25 miles of trails for hiking, horse-back riding, or off-roading. It also draws in the public to enjoy the activities of mountain biking, cross-country skiing, fishing, and hunting. Today, our agency responded to several distressed individuals who had ventured into forest and disabled their motor vehicle on the Algonquin Pipe Line. The FPD all-terrain vehicle was deployed and Big Wheels responded to remove the vehicle. We encourage the public to visit our local attraction and use sound judgement when venturing into our woods. Stay safe out there!
Congratulations on your retirement Officer Horgan!!! ...and GO SOX!!!
Also true with pukwudgies. 😉#freetown #slowdown