GLOUCESTER — Chief Leonard Campanello is pleased to announce that the Gloucester Police Department donated $3,031 to the Special Olympics as a result of the department’s participation in the “Growing Hair ‘Cus We Care” initiative.
The City of Gloucester is declaring a Snow Emergency and Parking Ban effective tomorrow, Monday February 8, 2016 at 9 a.m. This declaration is due to the predicted 18-24 hour winter storm and possible coastal flooding during the 10:44 a.m. high tide and tidal surge.
Gloucester Police Chief Leonard Campanello was on the front page of today’s edition of the New York Times. The article offers an in-depth look into the Gloucester ANGEL Program and its progress since launching less than a year ago. To find out more, click here.
GLOUCESTER — Chief Leonard Campanello announces that the Gloucester Police Department, along with the Fire and Health Departments and the City of Gloucester, have created a public service announcement (PSA) and informational sign regarding the proper methods for reporting and disposing used sharps and needles found in public spaces.
Shared by a participant in the Scarborough, Maine Operation HOPE Program “I refuse to be another name in the paper and hope that if this can help people who are dealing with addiction or educate those who don’t understand addiction than I would be thankful. There are many more people out there that need help […]