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State House Honorees 2017

Governor Charlie Baker honored Massachusetts State Police Troopers Merrick and Cain, along with our Somerville Police detectives Kilsarys Leguisamon and Derrick Dottin yesterday.  After an around-the-clock manhunt for fugitive James Morales in January, the escapee was finally captured in the Somerville/Cambridge area. Both Somerville Detectives were on their way to a funeral when they saw James Morales walk by their car. Both detectives quickly called into dispatch to check the descriptions for the fugitive Morales. State Trooper Merrick who had been in his cruiser also spotted Morales, jumped out of his cruiser and proceed on foot in pursuit of the fugitive. On Monday, Governor C. Baker publicly recognized these officers bravery and honored them for their work in apprehending the fugitive.  Congratulations!

 

 Detective Leguisamon thanks Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito  Gov. Baker and Detective Dottin, Family  Congratulations Detectives
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Visiting ELL D

This season our Deputy Chief Stephen Carrabino's visit to ELL D sparks new insights and perspectives about law enforcement from students. ELL D students describe their initial reaction to Deputy Carrabino's visit and how their feelings towards police have now changed. Over the past summer, the Somerville Police Department has been working more closely with community groups to change the negative views around law enforcement and establish positive encounters within the community. 

To read the ELL D descriptions on the visit see the link or read the page provided: Scale Scoop Winter 2016

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Somerville Crossing Guard

Somerville Crossing Guards

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The City of Somerville seeks qualified candidates to work as a Crossing Guard for the current school year. Morning shift is 7:15 AM – 8:30 AM; afternoon shift is 2:30 PM – 3:15 PM. Assignments to specific work sites will be determined. Access to motor vehicle preferred. Must pass a pre-employment CORI and drug screen. Salary is $34.33 per day for working both morning and afternoon shifts.

Applications must be submitted to and are available at the City Hall Personnel Office, 93 Highland Avenue, Somerville MA 02143. You can also fax (617-666-4426) or email resume to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or to the Somerville Police School Safety Officer Sean Sylvester: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 
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