The Franklin County Sheriff's Office, in collaboration with Franklin County Police Chiefs and the Northwest District Attorney's Office, is sponsoring a Reserve Intermittent Police Training Academy to begin on Thursday, December 1st, 2016.
Read more … UPCOMING RESERVE INTERMITTENT TRAINING ACADEMY
Over 500 senior citizens attended last year's Expo.
With more seniors choosing to live at home as independently as possible, family, friends and neighbors are often called upon to do what they can to help. Many times these senior 'lifelines' need help.
Read more … 2nd Annual Senior Health and Safety Expo
Franklin Dounty Sheriff Chris Donelan will be heading to Washington, DC, in December to lead a panel discussion on reentry of offenders back into the community. The three-day conference, organized by the Council of State Governments, will touch on many topics in corrections, including behavioral health, collaboration, use of data and research and Sheriff Donelan's panel on the challenges of reentry in rural communities.
Read more … Sheriff Donelan Headed to DC to Talk Offender Re-entrance in Community
The Franklin County Sheriff's TRIAD Program, along with the Northwestern District Attorney's Office and Charlene Manor, sponsored their Senior Health and Safety Expo on Tuesday, June 2, 2015, from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM at the Schuetzen Verein in Barton Cove, Gill, MA. The event featured 70 vendors and was attended by over 500 senior citizens and their families.
Read more … Senior Services Health & Safety Expo Follow Up
Twenty seven student recruits graduated from the Franklin County Reserve Intermittent Academy. Sponsored by various law enforcement agencies, the recruits began the part-time Academy on January 6th. Certified instructors taught in all genres required by the Massachusetts Police Training Committee.
Read more … Franklin County Reserve Intermittent Academy Graduates 27
From our TRIAD Deputies: "Frequently we find seniors with their thermomstate turned low to make it through the heating season, and so many times, those who need help the most are the ones who tell us that there must be someone who needs it more than they do. These are the folks that we most like to help. Our goal is to help these senior citizens stay warm in their homes for the period of time after all other means have run out....and it's still cold outside!"
Read more … Save the Date for Cops & Nozzles!
National Correctional Officers' Week begins today. I am writing this piece because I am extremely proud of all of my Officers and the work they are committed to each and every day.
Read more … Leading the Way
Sheriff Donelan recently spoke with GCTV about the factors that contribute to incarceration in Franklin County and the local effort to prevent recidivism.
Read more … Behind Bars