April is National 911 Education Month. East Bridgewater Police Chief Scott Allen and Fire Chief Timothy Harhen would like to ensure residents are prepared and able to access help during emergencies.
Chief of Police Scott Allen, In recognition of World Autism Awareness Day, is pleased to announce a new program being offered to its residents with loved ones that have Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), as well as any residents who struggle with physical, mental health, and/or developmental disabilities. The department has created the Vital Emergency Information […]
Officer Tallitha Connor is performing guest reading at each of the East Bridgewater Central Elementary School Preschool classes. Officer Connor said it is important to engage children at a young age, to give them positive role models and positive experiences with law enforcement figures. Sergeant William Paterson spoke at Substance Use Prevention Training for Trade […]
With National Poison Prevention Week ongoing, Police Chief Scott Allen and Fire Chief Timothy M. Harhen wish to remind East Bridgewater residents of the dangers of unintentional poisonings for people of all ages.
The state 911 system is currently experiencing intermittent interruption of service related to problems with a nationwide internet service provider. This is a national problem also impacting most of Massachusetts, including here in East Bridgewater Residents are advised that they should call East Bridgewater Public Safety Communications directly at 508-378-3770 or 508-378-7223 in event of an […]