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Off-Duty Massachusetts Officer Saves Little Girl's Life

June 24, 2016
Cambridge (MA) Police Detective Angel Barbosa was off-duty and enjoying time with his family at a country club when a near-tragedy unfolded before him on Memorial Day weekend.

Massachusetts State Police Issue Officer Safety Alert Following Man's Twitter Threats

June 3, 2016
Massachusetts State Police sent out a safety bulletin to law enforcement agencies this week after a Boston man posted a video to Twitter saying he was going to “take a gun” and “kill” police or EMTs.

Hundreds Pay Respects to Fallen Massachusetts Officer

May 26, 2016
There was a showing of officers from as far away as New York City, as hundreds of police officers attended the wake of Auburn, MA, police Officer Ronald Tarentino Jr., who was fatally shot during a traffic stop.

Judge Called Future Massachusetts Cop Killer "Troubling" Then Set $500 Bail

May 24, 2016
“This is troubling. Authority means nothing to him, it’s exactly the opposite,” said Judge Andrew L. Mandell. “It was awhile ago but he got two and a half years in jail for assault and battery on a police officer along with another, more significant sentence."

Suspected Massachusetts Cop Killer Dead, Trooper Wounded

May 23, 2016
An Auburn, MA, police officer was shot and killed during a traffic stop early Sunday, setting off a massive daylong manhunt that ended in an explosion of gunfire when the suspect burst from a bedroom closet, opened fire, and was fatally shot by police.

Massachusetts Officer Shot, Killed at Traffic Stop

May 22, 2016
An Auburn, MA, Police officer was shot and killed early Sunday morning during a traffic stop.

Massachusetts Officer Seriously Injured by Construction Vehicle Directing Traffic

May 13, 2016
A police officer was flown to the hospital Monday after suffering serious head injuries in a construction incident in Milford, MA.

Boston Officer Saves 18 People in Townhouse Fire

May 3, 2016
"You could see the flames and it didn’t look good. As soon as I exited my cruiser, people started pointing to the building and yelling that there were still people inside."

2 Boston Officers Injured in Confrontation with Library Patron

April 26, 2016
Two police officers were injured Monday in a scuffle with a Boston Public Library patron who had refused to leave an exhibition hall at the institution’s central branch in Copley Square, officials said.

Massachusetts Officer Wounded in Firearms Training Incident

April 15, 2016
Federal officials are investigating a non-fatal shooting involving police instructors that took place at a training range at the U.S. Army Reserve installation at Fort Devens in Massachusetts on Wednesday.

New Massachusetts State Police Unit to Target Child Trafficking

April 7, 2016
Top Massachusetts officials announced Tuesday a new four-person State Police unit targeting human trafficking cases that involve children.

Driver May Have Deliberately Crashed into Fallen Massachusetts State Police Trooper’s Car

March 28, 2016
Investigators reconstructing a fatal crash that killed a Massachusetts State Trooper on March 16 are probing the possibility that the driver deliberately slammed his car into the trooper’s SUV at the side of the Massachusetts Turnpike in Charlton, according to multiple law enforcement sources.

Massachusetts Trooper Killed in Turnpike Crash

March 17, 2016
Flags across Massachusetts flew at half-staff Thursday in honor of State Trooper Thomas Clardy who was killed in the line of duty.

Massachusetts PD Receives Safety Grant from the Spirit of Blue Foundation

March 11, 2016
The Spirit of Blue Foundation announced that it has awarded a Safety Equipment Grant to the Lanesborough (MA) Police Department in the form of Automated External Defibrillators to be carried in the Department's patrol cars.

Fallen Virginia Officer Honored in Two States

March 3, 2016
Police officers, motorcycle units, honor guards and ceremonial rifle units all stood at attention in formation outside the Woodbridge church. Inside, more than 3,000 mourners including family, friends, colleagues and dignitaries such as Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe participated in a service that lasted more than an hour. More Here.

Video: Fallen Virginia Officer Honored in Two States

March 3, 2016
Police officers, motorcycle units, honor guards, and ceremonial rifle units all stood at attention in formation outside the Woodbridge church. Inside, more than 3,000 mourners including family, friends, colleagues, and dignitaries such as Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe participated in a service that lasted more than an hour.

Boston's Run to Remember Seeks Teams of First Responders to Compete in Half Marathon

March 1, 2016
Boston's Run to Remember, a road race through historic downtown Boston to honor fallen first responders, is seeking teams of police, fire, and any first responder departments from around the nation to compete in the half marathon at the May 29 event.

U.S. Attorney in Boston Creates a Civil Rights Unit

February 18, 2016
The U.S. attorney's office in Boston announced the formation of a civil rights unit that will investigate and address civil rights violations at local police departments and other government and community agencies.

Massachusetts Officers Rescue Dog from Busy Highway

February 11, 2016
Massachusetts State Police and Lawrence Police rescued a dog found wandering on a highway in Lawrence Wednesday afternoon.

Federal Anti-Terror Programs Stoke Community Interest and Criticism

February 9, 2016
A trio of federal pilot projects aimed at thwarting violent extremism are off to a tentative start. Minneapolis, Boston, and Los Angeles, all chosen to host the Department of Justice anti-terror initiative, are taking different approaches, but all three are facing common hurdles.
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