Bristol County Sheriff's Office

Bristol County Sheriff's Office News and information from the Bristol County Sheriff's Office in Southeastern Massachusetts.

The Bristol County Sheriff's Office is a multi-faceted law enforcement organization with the main goal of increasing public safety in Bristol County, Massachusetts. The BCSO houses approximately 800 men and women in three different facilities and is responsible for the care and custody of individuals who are sentenced or awaiting trial. Additionally, the BCSO works in partnership with law enforcem

ent agencies, government entities and community groups, lending resources to train, educate, and respond to the safety concerns of our communities.

Wishing all those who celebrate a joyous and bright first night of Hanukkah from the BCSO.
12/07/2023

Wishing all those who celebrate a joyous and bright first night of Hanukkah from the BCSO.

Today, the BCSO honors and remembers the lives lost in the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941.
12/07/2023

Today, the BCSO honors and remembers the lives lost in the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941.

Last night our 27 recruits officially became Correction Officers surrounded by family, friends, and future coworkers. We...
12/06/2023

Last night our 27 recruits officially became Correction Officers surrounded by family, friends, and future coworkers. We were thrilled to see so many people in the audience cheering on their loved ones as they embark on their new careers.

Congratulations to academy class 55-23! Welcome to the BCSO family. Check out some photos from during the ceremony and the celebrations afterwards below.

And just like that Academy 55-23 is ready to graduate tonight! Nine weeks of intense classes covering a wide range of im...
12/05/2023

And just like that Academy 55-23 is ready to graduate tonight! Nine weeks of intense classes covering a wide range of important topics has prepared this class of 27 for their career ahead.

We are looking forward to graduation tonight to celebrate the accomplishments of this hardworking class.

The BCSO is proud to share that our very own Judy Borges was given the John E. Munise III award this week from the Taunt...
12/01/2023

The BCSO is proud to share that our very own Judy Borges was given the John E. Munise III award this week from the Taunton Recovery Court. Judy was presented with the award for her assistance with providing medication to inmates for release and her initiatives to improve the medical department within the House of Correction.

The award is given in honor of a former police officer to recognize those who have gone above and beyond for their organization.

Congratulations Judy!

Tune in to WBSM at 11am to hear Sheriff Heroux discuss various happenings at the BCSO!
12/01/2023

Tune in to WBSM at 11am to hear Sheriff Heroux discuss various happenings at the BCSO!

I will be on the radio at 11am today talking about jail issues.

The BCSO is now accepting applications for our Spring Academy!Apply online at https://www.bcso-ma.us/employment.htm by J...
11/29/2023

The BCSO is now accepting applications for our Spring Academy!

Apply online at https://www.bcso-ma.us/employment.htm by January 8th to start your application process and be a member of the next graduating class of recruits.

With a myriad of benefits, career advancement opportunities, and a competitive starting salary, the BCSO offers you the chance to start a new and exciting career in corrections.

If you have any questions about the hiring process or what it means to be a corrections officer, reach out to [email protected] or call the recruitment hotline (774) 238-3227 to speak with our recruitment officer today.

PLEASE SHAREThe holiday season has arrived and we are excited to announce the start of this year's K9 Toy Drive! The BCS...
11/28/2023

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The holiday season has arrived and we are excited to announce the start of this year's K9 Toy Drive! The BCSO K9 unit is partnering with the Justice Research Institute (JRI) Foster Care and Adoption program to ensure that children throughout Bristol County have gifts to celebrate this holiday season.

JRI provides intensive foster care services, adoption support, after-school support, and early-childhood training and consultation for families seeking support around safety, healthy development, and long-term success for their child.

We will be accepting toys and gifts for children of any age (just make sure they are unwrapped!) until December 19. Donations can be dropped off at the BCSO K9 unit trailer, located at 400 Faunce Corner Rd in Dartmouth, MA, any day between 8am- 4pm. We will also have a collection event on December 16 from 9am-12pm to accept donations.
If you have questions, feel free to email [email protected].

We are excited to provide some holiday joy to children and families throughout the county as we have in years past!🎁

Check out these photos from the North Attleboro Holiday Parade!
11/27/2023

Check out these photos from the North Attleboro Holiday Parade!

Happy Thanksgiving, Bristol County!We have so much to be thankful for at the BCSO. To all of our staff- we thank you for...
11/23/2023

Happy Thanksgiving, Bristol County!

We have so much to be thankful for at the BCSO. To all of our staff- we thank you for all that you do! 🦃

We had a great time celebrating accomplishments across the Commonwealth last week at the inaugural Massachusetts Sheriff...
11/20/2023

We had a great time celebrating accomplishments across the Commonwealth last week at the inaugural Massachusetts Sheriff's Awards Ceremony.

Congratulations to all of the award nominees and winners- especially the nominees from Bristol County!

Congratulations to all the recipients and nominations of this year’s Law Enforcement & Corrections Award Ceremony. The Sheriffs had the difficult task of considering more than 70 nominations to select the final award recipients. They took each one under careful and thorough consideration. We look forward to celebrating the outstanding achievements of the women and men of the Sheriff’s Offices at future award ceremonies.

Please see the list of nominees and award recipients:

𝐂𝐨𝐫𝐫𝐞𝐜𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧𝐚𝐥 𝐎𝐟𝐟𝐢𝐜𝐞𝐫 𝐨𝐟 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐘𝐞𝐚𝐫
Nominations:
Kenneth Finnemore (Barnstable County Sheriff’s Office)
Bristol County Sheriff’s Office Security Staff (on Duty April 21, 2023)
Brendan Walsh (Essex County Sheriff’s Office)
Jenise Rivera (Franklin County Sheriff’s Office)
Lashane Cooke (Hampden County Sheriff’s Office)
Lydia Pacheco (Hampden County Sheriff’s Office)
Emanuel Toscano (Norfolk County Sheriff’s Office)
Christopher Nye (Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office)
Michael Eed (Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office)

Recipients: Jonathan Manolakis, Brian Collins, Chris DeBeaucourt, Corey Decker, Justin Fagan, and Rick Vivier (Middlesex County Sheriff’s Office)

𝐂𝐨𝐫𝐫𝐞𝐜𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧𝐚𝐥 𝐓𝐫𝐚𝐢𝐧𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐎𝐟𝐟𝐢𝐜𝐞𝐫 𝐨𝐟 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐘𝐞𝐚𝐫
Nominations:
Christopher Cochran (Barnstable County Sheriff’s Office)
Jason Frampton (Essex County Sheriff’s Office)
Jordan Lehtomaki (Franklin County Sheriff’s Office)
Frank Reynolds (Norfolk County Sheriff’s Office)
Todd Zachary (Plymouth County Sheriff’s Office)

Recipient: Gina Walter (Hampden County Sheriff’s Office)

𝐂𝐨𝐫𝐫𝐞𝐜𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧𝐚𝐥 𝐒𝐮𝐩𝐞𝐫𝐯𝐢𝐬𝐨𝐫 𝐨𝐟 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐘𝐞𝐚𝐫
Nominations:
Terry Mumpe (Barnstable County Sheriff’s Office)
Samuel Rapoza (Bristol County Sheriff’s Office)
Barry Ferreira (Bristol County Sheriff’s Office)
Pedro Correa (Hampden County Sheriff’s Office)
Michael Misiaszek (Hampden County Sheriff’s Office)
Patrick Weird (Norfolk County Sheriff’s Office)
Vito Pampalone (Plymouth County Sheriff’s Office)

Recipient: James Ridley (Essex County Sheriff’s Office)

𝐃𝐞𝐩𝐮𝐭𝐲 𝐒𝐡𝐞𝐫𝐢𝐟𝐟 𝐨𝐟 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐘𝐞𝐚𝐫
Nominations:
Luke Carroll (Barnstable County Sheriff’s Office)
Leonardo Jorge (Essex County Sheriff’s Office)
Linus Nkansah ( Franklin County Sheriff’s Office)
Peter Sackrider (Hampden County Sheriff’s Office)
Alexander Snyder (Norfolk County Sheriff’s Office)
Tyler Peter (Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office)

Recipient: Christopher Ellis (Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office)

𝐉𝐚𝐢𝐥 𝐀𝐝𝐦𝐢𝐧𝐢𝐬𝐭𝐫𝐚𝐭𝐨𝐫 𝐨𝐟 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐘𝐞𝐚𝐫
Nominations:
Robert Ahonen (Barnstable County Sheriff’s Office)
Danielle Frane (Norfolk County Sheriff’s Office)
Antone Moniz (Plymouth County Sheriff’s Office)

Recipient: Rachelle Steinberg (Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office)

𝐈𝐧𝐧𝐨𝐯𝐚𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧 𝐨𝐟 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐘𝐞𝐚𝐫
Nominations:
Maintenance Division (Bristol County Sheriff’s Office)
Dr. Sally Johnsonvanwright (Hampden County Sheriff’s Office)
Professor Beck Strah (Norfolk County Sheriff’s Office)

Recipient: Plymouth County Sheriff’s Office Internal Perimeter Security (IPS) Team

𝐒𝐭𝐫𝐚𝐭𝐞𝐠𝐢𝐜 𝐏𝐚𝐫𝐭𝐧𝐞𝐫 𝐨𝐟 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐘𝐞𝐚𝐫
Nominations:
Cape Cod Chamber Of Commerce (Barnstable County Sheriff’s Office)
K9 Unit Staff (Bristol County Sheriff’s Office)
Plymouth County Outreach (Plymouth County Sheriff’s Office)

Recipient: New England Culinary Arts Training (Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office)

𝐒𝐞𝐫𝐯𝐢𝐜𝐞 𝐏𝐫𝐨𝐯𝐢𝐝𝐞𝐫 𝐨𝐟 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐘𝐞𝐚𝐫
Nominations:
Danielle Mimitz (Hampden County Sheriff’s Office)
James Butler (Norfolk County Sheriff’s Office)
Louis D. Brown Peace Institute (Plymouth County Sheriff’s Office)
Kennedy Salonen (Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office)
David Asher (Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office)

Recipient: Dr. Thomas Lincoln (Hampden County Sheriff’s Office)

𝐏𝐫𝐨𝐠𝐫𝐚𝐦 𝐨𝐟 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐘𝐞𝐚𝐫
Nominations:
MAT Program (Bristol County Sheriff’s Office)
Daniel P. Cavanaugh West Springfield (Hampden County Sheriff’s Office)
Tara Flynn, Health Services (Norfolk County Sheriff’s Office)
Pathways To Recovery (Plymouth County Sheriff’s Office)
Conflict Resolution Program (Plymouth County Sheriff’s Office)
Project Place (Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office)

Recipient: STAR (Supporting Transitions & Reentry) (Essex

𝐄𝐦𝐩𝐥𝐨𝐲𝐞𝐞 𝐨𝐟 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐘𝐞𝐚𝐫
Nominations:
Tom Ashe (Barnstable County Sheriff’s Office)
Robert Horta (Bristol County Sheriff’s Office)
Matthew Robitaille (Bristol County Sheriff’s Office)
Louis Potvin (Essex County Sheriff’s Office)
Edward Caisse (Hampden County Sheriff’s Office)
Thomas Rondeau (Hampden County Sheriff’s Office)
Dr. Sally Johnsonvanwright (Hampden County Sheriff’s Office)
Kristen Conley (Norfolk County Sheriff’s Office)
John Birtwell (Plymouth County Sheriff’s Office)
Anthony Furtado (Plymouth County Sheriff’s Office)

Recipient: Michael Colwell (Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office)

Earlier this week, Sheriff Heroux formally recognized the members of the BCSO Stress Unit for completing all of the nece...
11/17/2023

Earlier this week, Sheriff Heroux formally recognized the members of the BCSO Stress Unit for completing all of the necessary requirements to become a designated peer support group.

The Stress Unit provides a wide range of support for all staff, including a listening ear and/or the space to check-in during tough times. The unit can also connect those with greater need to specialized, professional resources. The Stress Unit offers multiple levels of support for all employees struggling with drug and alcohol addiction, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other stress-causing, life-changing conditions.

The Stress Unit is available to all BCSO employees 24/7 via hotline and services are entirely confidential.

Corrections is a tough job. Having a team of dedicated and caring individuals on call to support their peers is something we are very proud of and grateful for. Congratulations to this incredible unit!

Today the BCSO celebrated the retirement of two long time employees- Superintendent Steve Souza (37 years of service) an...
11/16/2023

Today the BCSO celebrated the retirement of two long time employees- Superintendent Steve Souza (37 years of service) and Assistant Superintendent II Bob Horta (33 years of service).

Sheriff Heroux hosted a retirement party for both of them early this afternoon to honor their contributions to the BCSO throughout the decades. We also held a traditional walk out for Superintendent Souza as he left the facility for the last time.

We are incredibly grateful for all of the years Steve and Bob have served and know their impact will be long lasting.

PLEASE SHARERecruitment for our next Correctional Officer Academy is starting up! If you are interested in learning more...
11/16/2023

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Recruitment for our next Correctional Officer Academy is starting up! If you are interested in learning more about how you can start your career with the BCSO, join us for our first monthly Career Open House on Saturday 11/18 from 12-2pm.

Our recruitment officer will be here to answer all of your questions relating to the BCSO, share advice, and even guide you through the application and hiring process.

If you have any questions, please reach out to [email protected] or call (774) 328-3227 for more information.

Sheriff Heroux, his senior staff, and the BCSO Honor Guard were proud to represent Bristol County at the inaugural Massa...
11/15/2023

Sheriff Heroux, his senior staff, and the BCSO Honor Guard were proud to represent Bristol County at the inaugural Massachusetts Sheriff's Association Awards Ceremony.

Congratulations to all of the award winners! Your dedicated and tireless hard work does not go unnoticed.

11/14/2023

I will be on the radio Tuesday / tomorrow morning from 9 to 10 AM talking about jail issues.

On Saturday morning, our Honor Guard marched in the New Bedford Veteran's Day Parade to celebrate and remember all of th...
11/13/2023

On Saturday morning, our Honor Guard marched in the New Bedford Veteran's Day Parade to celebrate and remember all of those who have dutifully served our nation.

Thank you to Captain Medeiros, Lieutenant Garcia, Captain Costa, Sergeant Salgado and K-9 Officer Isherwood for representing the BCSO with class and pride for this important occasion.

Sheriff Heroux and K-9 Officer Bettencourt participated in the Fairhaven Veterans Day parade on Saturday to honor those ...
11/13/2023

Sheriff Heroux and K-9 Officer Bettencourt participated in the Fairhaven Veterans Day parade on Saturday to honor those who have served our country.

The Bristol County Sheriff's Office is proud to join dozens of other law enforcement agencies at the Bristol Community C...
11/13/2023

The Bristol County Sheriff's Office is proud to join dozens of other law enforcement agencies at the Bristol Community College Law and Criminal Justice Career Fair on Wednesday, 11/15. The fair will be held at the Fall River campus of BCC from 11am-1pm.

Come meet with officers and learn about what it takes to be a Correctional Officer, what your career with the BCSO will look like, and the many benefits you will enjoy with your position.

If you have any questions, feel free to email [email protected] or call (774) 328-3227 for more information.

Today and everyday we thank the great members of our armed forces for their sacrifices to our country. The BCSO has many...
11/11/2023

Today and everyday we thank the great members of our armed forces for their sacrifices to our country. The BCSO has many veterans that work within our organization and we are proud and lucky to have them.

Thank you veterans for that you have done and continue to do. We are forever grateful.

The BCSO is presenting our new challenge coins this week. One account of the history of challenge coins dates back to an...
11/09/2023

The BCSO is presenting our new challenge coins this week.

One account of the history of challenge coins dates back to ancient Rome "where special coins were given to soldiers as a token of appreciation for valor in battle. Some historians claim that these coins were uniquely marked with their legion’s insignia, prompting many soldiers to keep them as souvenirs".

In the 21st century, many law enforcement and military organizations present them to partners as a token of appreciation and respect.

Our coin proudly displays the BCSO star on one side and the 20 cities and towns of Bristol County with our purpose on the other side.

Sheriff Heroux is committed to combatting addiction, and by expanding programs like MAT, we can do just that. Reducing a...
11/09/2023

Sheriff Heroux is committed to combatting addiction, and by expanding programs like MAT, we can do just that. Reducing addiction will ultimately help reduce recidivism by giving inmates the tools needed to better themselves and improve their lives.

Read the article below for more information on the work our team is doing.

As part of providing better addiction prevention and recovery services in the Bristol County Sheriff’s Office, starting this week, the Medication Assisted Treatment Program expanded. According to Bristol County Sheriff Paul Heroux, all sentenced male and female inmates who are within 120 days or

Yesterday, the BCSO Education Department invited Program Specialist, Yvonne Gittelson from Adult and Community Learning ...
11/08/2023

Yesterday, the BCSO Education Department invited Program Specialist, Yvonne Gittelson from Adult and Community Learning Services and the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education for a look at some of the exciting educational opportunities and programs we provide. Yvonne was able to observe multiple adult education classes in progress, take a drive on our CDL simulator while hearing about our CDL licensing and welding programs and to spend some time with inmates enrolled in education to hear their thoughts about the program. Teachers and program specialists had an opportunity to discuss what we do, and why it is so important to our rehabilitation efforts here at the jail. Toward the end of the day, Yvonne spent some time with Sheriff Paul Heroux discussing how we can continue to work in collaboration with our partners at DESE to continue to provide the highest quality education and vocational services possible to our justice involved residents.

Don't forget to set your clocks back one hour, Bristol County! ⏰
11/05/2023

Don't forget to set your clocks back one hour, Bristol County! ⏰

On October 18 the BCSO recognized staff from throughout the department at our Annual Awards Ceremony. We posted pictures...
11/03/2023

On October 18 the BCSO recognized staff from throughout the department at our Annual Awards Ceremony. We posted pictures following the event, but wanted to share this video for those who could not make it.

Thank you to the awesome Jeremy Corriveau for putting this together to help us celebrate the accomplishments of our staff.

Congratulations again to everyone who earned an award at this event- we are so proud to have you on our team!

10-18-23 PROMOTIONS AND EMPLOYEE AWARDS NIGHT

The former ICE building is now on it's way to being our brand new Training Academy. This building has been vacant for ov...
11/01/2023

The former ICE building is now on it's way to being our brand new Training Academy. This building has been vacant for over three years but will now be a dedicated space for the training staff, K-9 and recruitment officers, and the Sheriff's Response Team (SRT).

After meeting with the state building inspector, electrical inspector, and fire sprinkler companies to ensure our plans were up to code, our team applied for the necessary permits and got to work. The plans include the construction of three classrooms, a storage area for SRT equipment, a Range 3000 room (simulated firearm range), and two mock cells to assist with training new officers.

All of the construction, wiring, and IT work is being completed in house. This project will save taxpayer funds by allowing the BCSO to move these resources on to our property instead of leasing a different building as we currently do- it will actually cost less to do all of this construction than lease the space we currently do for one year!

Thank you to our incredible maintenance team for their hard work in bringing this project to life.

Happy Halloween, Bristol County! Make sure to stay safe and have fun tonight.
10/31/2023

Happy Halloween, Bristol County! Make sure to stay safe and have fun tonight.

Sheriff Heroux and some members of our Inmate Services division attended U.S. Representative Bill Keating's forum on Sub...
10/30/2023

Sheriff Heroux and some members of our Inmate Services division attended U.S. Representative Bill Keating's forum on Substance Addiction and Harm Reduction on Friday morning. The forum brought together members of the community to discuss ways in which we can work together to reduce addiction on the South Coast. The BCSO currently offers various programs for inmates who may be struggling with addiction.

Thank you Representative Keating for hosting this event and dedicating your time and energy to working on this important cause.

10/30/2023

I’ll be on the radio today at 11:30 am talking about jail issues.

Throwback Thursday to the Somerset Musictown Parade last weekend. Special shout out to our dedicated Honor Guard for con...
10/26/2023

Throwback Thursday to the Somerset Musictown Parade last weekend. Special shout out to our dedicated Honor Guard for continuing to represent the BCSO with pride and class.

Our Fall Academy started week three of training by learning important defensive tactics. Being proficient in skills like...
10/23/2023

Our Fall Academy started week three of training by learning important defensive tactics. Being proficient in skills like these improves the safety of our officers tremendously. Thanks to our training staff, these recruits will be well prepared for the job when they finish their academy in six more weeks.

Sheriff Heroux makes it a priority to visit various housing units multiple times a month to answer questions and resolve...
10/20/2023

Sheriff Heroux makes it a priority to visit various housing units multiple times a month to answer questions and resolve inmate issues. Many times, these visits prompt more in-depth conversations with staff resulting in positive changes for both the officers and inmates. Maintaining communication with the individuals that work and live within our facility is important to the Sheriff, as it continues to drive impactful changes and encourages everyone to share new ideas.

Part 2 of our awards ceremony. Congratulations to all!
10/19/2023

Part 2 of our awards ceremony.

Congratulations to all!

Last night we hosted our annual awards ceremony for all BCSO staff. We honored individuals who have received promotions ...
10/19/2023

Last night we hosted our annual awards ceremony for all BCSO staff. We honored individuals who have received promotions within our office, offered gratitude for those who have retired, acknowledged staff who have served in the United States Military, and celebrated accomplishments of staff who won various department awards. We also recognized staff who have been with the BCSO for 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 and for the first time ever- 35 years.

We are incredibly proud to have such dedicated and professional staff representing us within our facilities and throughout their communities.

(We will be posting additional photos from last night as well- we celebrated too many individuals for only one post!)

Today Sheriff Heroux visited our welding shop to see the progress being made on our new suicide-resistant beds. We first...
10/13/2023

Today Sheriff Heroux visited our welding shop to see the progress being made on our new suicide-resistant beds. We first introduced this design in the spring and are excited to share that the project is coming along swiftly. So far, enough pieces for two full housing units have been completed with more being made every day.

Inmates that have been participating in the welding program are working directly with maintenance staff to put these beds together using skills learned in their vocational classes. Not only does our facility get safer bunk beds, but these inmates get hands-on experience that can help them get a job more easily when they are released.

In an effort to make our housing units safer for officers and inmates alike, Sheriff Heroux has begun the process of put...
10/12/2023

In an effort to make our housing units safer for officers and inmates alike, Sheriff Heroux has begun the process of putting toilets in cells and locks on doors. Half of all BCSO housing are "open door units" as inmates must use communal bathrooms and cannot be locked into their individual cells. By putting toilets in each cell, we can then lock every door, thereby providing a safer and more secure facility for both officers and inmates.

Sheriff Heroux and various BCSO staff members met with engineers from an outside firm to discuss the first steps of this project. The engineers were also given a tour of multiple housing units to get a better idea of what the project will entail. There is much work to be done and we are excited to see it happen.

Congratulations to Officer Santos and K9 Duke for completing the tracking and narcotics detection academy. K9 Duke previ...
10/11/2023

Congratulations to Officer Santos and K9 Duke for completing the tracking and narcotics detection academy. K9 Duke previously served as a COVID detection dog with the BCSO. With this new certification, Officer Santos and K9 Duke will join the effort to prevent narcotics from entering our facilities.

Thank you for your dedication to keeping the BCSO safe!

We kicked off our Fall Academy this morning by welcoming nearly 30 recruits to their new careers. Over the next 9 weeks ...
10/10/2023

We kicked off our Fall Academy this morning by welcoming nearly 30 recruits to their new careers. Over the next 9 weeks they will learn the skills necessary to become successful Corrections Officers. This is a tough job that comes with many challenges, but we know that these recruits will work hard and become valuable assets to the BCSO.

Good luck, recruits! We are excited to have you on board.

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