EAST BRIDGEWATER — Chief Scott Allen is pleased to announce that EB HOPE (East Bridgewater Help, Outreach, Prevention, Education) and South Shore Hospital are once again partnering to provide Narcan Training for members of the public who have family members or loved ones suffering from Opioid Substance Use Disorders.
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The East Bridgewater Police Department would like to thank our community for thinking of us during the Thanksgiving Holiday. Christine Burke brought in coffee and donuts this morning and Diane Ribeiro brought in brownies last night. We thank you for your kind words and actions, we genuinely appreciate it.
September 15, 2016 Alert Number I-091516-PSA Questions regarding this PSA should be directed to your local FBI Field Office. Local Field Office Locations: www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field RANSOMWARE VICTIMS URGED TO REPORT INFECTIONS TO FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT The FBI urges victims to report ransomware incidents to federal law enforcement to help us gain a more comprehensive view of […]
Tomorrow night, Thursday November 17th from 5-9 pm the EB HOPE Drop-In Center will be open to help or provide information for anyone suffering from Substance Use Disorders and/or family members, loved ones, or friends of SUDs sufferers. It is open to anyone, regardless of where you live. https://ebpd.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/75/2016/11/EB-HOPE-Drop-In-flyer.png
EAST BRIDGEWATER – Chief Scott Allen and the East Bridgewater Police Department are pleased to announce the graduation of the second annual Citizens Police Academy for students on Thursday, Nov. 10.