MELROSE — Chief Michael Lyle announces that the Melrose Police Department will implement a new program designed to provide a safe and secure place for residents to meet strangers and complete online transactions on websites like Craigslist.
Today, at approximately 11:30 a.m., Melrose Police Officer John Goodhue was working a detail on Upham Street when he noticed a resident having car issues.
The Melrose Police Department recently completed its first session of the Junior Police Academy, which ran from June 26-30.
MELROSE–Chief Michael Lyle is pleased to announce that the Melrose Police Department has partnered with CARFAX to offer free crash reports to residents and business owners online.
Melrose Police part of investigation that rsulted in Seven People Arrested; Cocaine, Guns and Marijuana Seized in Massachusetts and Texas
MELROSE — Chief Michael Lyle and the Melrose Police Department would like to warn the community about ongoing check scams and remind residents to never cash or deposit checks they receive unexpectedly from a stranger.
Reminder: The 25 MPH speed limit for the City of Melrose will go into effect tomorrow at 12:01 a.m.
The ride begins in Revere at 1 p.m. and should be in Melrose from approximately 1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
MELROSE — The call may not have come through a ham radio, but one Melrose Police Officer made hay of an unusual situation in a city neighborhood.
The program consists of three separate one-week sessions in June and July, which will be held at Melrose Veterans Memorial Middle School with outdoor activities on Fred Green Field.