Interim Chief of Police David Enos, working as control chief of the South Eastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council (SEMLEC) Search and Rescue Unit, and Bristol County District Attorney Thomas M. Quinn have confirmed that the body of a missing Seekonk man was found Saturday.
SEMLEC President Christopher Delmonte and SEMLEC Search and Rescue Command Chief George McNeil report that the Southeastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council will participate in an exercise to test the communications technology interoperability between several Massachusetts law enforcement agencies next week.
Somerset Police Chief and SEMLEC Search and Rescue Control Chief George M. McNeil and the members of the Southeastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council would like to warn parents about a troubling new online challenge among teens called the “48-Hour Challenge” where they pretend to go missing for several hours and are awarded “points” for getting mentioned on social media.
The Southeastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council (SEMLEC) and Carver Police Chief and SEMLEC SWAT Control Chief Marc Duphily are pleased to announce at the SEMLEC SWAT unit recently accepted a donation of a dozen tourniquet kits by a local non-profit.
TAUNTON — Chief Edward James Walsh reports that the Taunton Police Department has activated the Southeastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council (SEMLEC) Search and Rescue Unit. Police and other rescuers are searching for a missing East Taunton boy who is believed to be in danger.
Acting Wareham Police Chief John Walcek, working as control chief of the South Eastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council Search and Rescue Unit, reports that a missing 12-year-old girl was found safe Thursday morning.
Acting Police Chief John Walcek, working as control chief of the South Eastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council Search and Rescue Unit, reports that rescuers are actively searching for a missing 12-year-old girl Wednesday night, Sept. 19.
Chief Joseph Perkins and Plymouth County District Attorney Tim Cruz report that a Middleborough man, who fired upon officers who were executing an arrest warrant, was found dead inside of his home after a seven-hour standoff with police Wednesday afternoon.
Police Chief Joseph Perkins reports that the Middleborough Police Department is urging businesses and residents between I-495 and Locust Street, along Route 28, to shelter in place after an armed fugitive opened fire on police officers this morning and has since barricaded himself inside a residence.
The Southeastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council, Bridgewater Police Chief Christopher Delmonte and Middleborough Police Chief Joseph Perkins would like to provide an update on the Middleborough Police Officer that was injured during a training exercise on Wednesday, and the subsequent investigation.