Edward E. Arnold, (Former Chief of Police, East Bridgewater) age 88, died peacefully at South Shore Hospital on Tuesday, Nov. 20 after a lengthy illness.
The East Bridgewater High School Girls Field Hockey team held a fundraiser earlier this fall season to raise money for the East Bridgewater Schools-Police collaborative “Kid In Need” program. The girls sold baked goods and t-shirts and raised over $1,000.00. The girls utilized those funds and made bags that will be given to children […]
What is the Pink Patch Project? Chief Scott C. Allen and The East Bridgewater Police Department is pleased to announce the official launch of the Pink Patch Project during the month of October, 2018. The Pink Patch Project is a collaborative public awareness campaign, in partnership with more than 150 public safety agencies nationwide. Its […]
EAST BRIDGEWATER — On Friday, September 28, Police Chief Scott Allen and members of the East Bridgewater Police Department, Fire Chief Timothy Harhen, Superintendent Liz Legault and Assistant Superintendent Dr. Gina Williams hosted a collaborative school safety training session with members from both public safety departments along with the school district teachers and staff. The […]
On September 11th, East Bridgewater Police Chief Scott Allen and East Bridgewater Police Chief Timothy Harhen held what has now become an annual tradition of recognizing those lives lost on September 11, 2001, including East Bridgewater native and US Secret Service Master Special Officer Craig Miller. The Craig Miller 9/11 Memorial was constructed and dedicated […]