Rindge to celebrate community policing award
RINDGE — A community celebration for winning the New England Association of Chiefs of Police’s 2013 Award for Community Policing is planned for next week.
The celebration is set to take place Tuesday, April 22, at 4 p.m. at Franklin Pierce University’s Lake Side Education Center.
The award is a result of collaboration between the police department, a town crime watch group and Franklin Pierce officials, he said.
Morrill went on to say that Rindge’s Crime Watch was started in 2011 in response to a rash daytime home burglaries, adding that the number of such crimes dropped considerably after the creation of the crime watch.
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