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And that’s a wrap! Today, Det. Crogan and Disp. Jody Blanchard were at Shaws Supermarket, while Chief DiPersio and Capt....
11/07/2020

And that’s a wrap! Today, Det. Crogan and Disp. Jody Blanchard were at Shaws Supermarket, while Chief DiPersio and Capt. Perry were at Market Basket, collecting food for our “Fill-A-Cruiser” event collecting non-perishable food items to benefit the Hudson Community Food Pantry. 5 cruisers filled! Thanks to our community for being so generous! 😀

Event reminder:HPD will be at Shaws Supermarket and Market Basket tomorrow from 9am-2pm collecting non-perishable food i...
11/06/2020

Event reminder:

HPD will be at Shaws Supermarket and Market Basket tomorrow from 9am-2pm collecting non-perishable food items to benefit the Hudson Community Food Pantry. Items in need are soups, meals in a can (think spaghettios, beef stew, sloppy joe), rice, pasta, beans, baking items, etc. The holidays are upon us, please stop by and help if you can! #inthistogether

Come help us “Fill-A-Cruiser!” On Saturday, November 7, 2020, from 9am-2pm HPD officers will be at 2 locations in town c...
11/03/2020

Come help us “Fill-A-Cruiser!” On Saturday, November 7, 2020, from 9am-2pm HPD officers will be at 2 locations in town collecting non-perishable food items to benefit the Hudson Community Food Pantry. We will be located at Shaw’s Supermarket, 201 Washington Street, and Market Basket, 8 Highland Commons East. C’mon Hudson, let’s fill up these cruisers and benefit the food pantry! #inthistogether

Hudson Massachusetts Police Department's cover photo
11/02/2020

Hudson Massachusetts Police Department's cover photo

Hudson Massachusetts Police Department's cover photo
11/02/2020

Hudson Massachusetts Police Department's cover photo

Hudson Massachusetts Police Department
11/02/2020

Hudson Massachusetts Police Department

Have a safe and happy Halloween!
10/31/2020

Have a safe and happy Halloween!

Each year the Hudson Police Department, along with hundreds of other agencies throughout the Commonwealth, participate i...
10/29/2020

Each year the Hudson Police Department, along with hundreds of other agencies throughout the Commonwealth, participate in the “No Shave November” campaign. This year HPD will be donating to the Home Base Veteran and Family Care Program. This program benefits veterans and military families.

Founded and championed by MBTA Transit Police/Boston Gang Unit Detective Kurt Power, U.S. Army Veteran, Purple Heart recipient and proud graduate of Home Base, the 6th Annual Home Base No Shave campaign raises awareness and funds for the critical, life-saving care that Home Base provides to Veterans and their Families to heal from the invisible wounds, such as post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury. We also welcome any community supporters, individuals or companies to join our efforts, as this is a great way to encourage and motivate employees, friends and family to make an impact, together. Last year, this awareness and fundraising campaign raised over $321,000 to fund critical mental health and brain injury care – all at no cost for our nation’s wounded & injured Service Members and their Families.

For the month of November, any member of the department who wishes to participate, donates money directly to the Home Base Program through our HPD Home Base fundraising page. In return for their donation, officers are allowed to grow facial hair throughout the month of November. Maybe some of them can grow some hair on their head?! 😜🤣

This is such an important campaign and we are honored to participate and help out in any way that we can. We hope you can too. Equally important to the money raised is the awareness. Our veterans and their families need to know that their service and sacrifice matters, that we are here for them, and that we care. Stay tuned for more information as we roll along, and for some very interesting pics!

To donate to our page, click here: https://because.massgeneral.org/HudsonPD20

Thanks for having us today!
10/29/2020

Thanks for having us today!

Grab and Go beef or chicken stew on this rainy day. A big thank you to Chief DiPersio and Capt. Perry who handed out masks and and helped hand out lunches catered by Stevie's Back Road Café and Catering!

Capt. Perry working the National DEA Prescription Drug Take Back Day. Drive up event at HPD Headquarters 10am - 2pm. Com...
10/24/2020

Capt. Perry working the National DEA Prescription Drug Take Back Day. Drive up event at HPD Headquarters 10am - 2pm. Come on by and dispose of all unwanted and unused medications. Please remember, no liquids, ointments or gels, no sharps or needles, no inhalers or patches, and please empty your pills into one zip-loc style bag.

Don’t forget! Mark your calendars! Saturday is the National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. See details below:Too often...
10/21/2020

Don’t forget! Mark your calendars! Saturday is the National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. See details below:

Too often, unused prescription drugs find their way into the wrong hands. On Saturday, October 24, 2020, from 10am to 2pm, the Hudson Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will be participating in the 2020 National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. According to the 2018 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 9.9 million Americans misused controlled prescription drugs. This study also shows that a majority of abused prescription drugs were obtained from family and friends, often from the home medicine cabinet. This initiative will provide an opportunity to help prevent drug addiction and overdose deaths, and rid your home from potentially dangerous and unused, unwanted, or expired prescription drugs.
Hudson residents can bring your medications for disposal to Hudson Police Headquarters, located at 911 Municipal Drive in Hudson. This service is free and anonymous, no questions asked. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, this will be a drive-up event located in the front parking lot of Police Headquarters. We ask that you remain in your vehicle and you will be approached by a police officer to hand items over for disposal.
Please remove all pills from the prescription bottles and seal them in a plastic “Ziploc” type bag before arriving at Police Headquarters. Be aware that absolutely NO liquids, sharps/needles, gels, ointments, aerosol cans (inhalers), or patches will be collected or allowed to be disposed. For more information contact Capt. Chad Perry at 978-562-7122, ext.226.

Massachusetts State Police
10/21/2020

Massachusetts State Police

SEEKING SUSPECT, VICTIM, VEHICLE IN PARENTAL ABDUCTION

Salem Police and Massachusetts State Police are seeking to locate a male suspect who did not return his son to his Salem home from a pre-arranged visit yesterday evening.

The suspect is ANTHONY LONANO SR., 40. He is white, approximately 6’2”, 170 lbs., with brown hair and brown eyes.

The child is ANTHONY LONANO JR., 11. He is approximately 4’10” and 77 lbs., with short brown hair and brown eyes.

The vehicle of interest is a green 2020 Toyota Camry with Massachushetts plate 3LFN51. A representative image of the vehicle (not the exact car) is included with this post.

ANTHONY LONANO SR. has shared custody of the child but did not return him to his home as he was supposed to do at 7 PM yesterday.

LONANO SR. has connections to North Andover and Clinton.

The incident is under review to determine if it meets the criteria for an AMBER Alert. As of this time an AMBER has not yet been activated.

Anyone who sees this vehicle, or ANTHONY LONANO SR. or LONANO JR., or anyone who has information about their whereabouts, should call 911 immediately.

We are working on getting photos of suspect and child. This post includes a representative image of vehicle.

Congratulations to Ofc. Pat “PK” Kerrigan on successfully completing field training. Upon graduation from the 24 week po...
10/20/2020

Congratulations to Ofc. Pat “PK” Kerrigan on successfully completing field training. Upon graduation from the 24 week police academy, all recruits are then assigned to 11 weeks of field training here at the PD. During this training they are paired with specially trained and certified field training officers (FTO’s) who instruct, critique, and evaluate their performance, all under the direct supervision of a supervisor. It’s a demanding period of time and PK has earned his badge. When you see him around town stop him and say hello. Congrats 130! #allaboutcommunity

Check out these cool pics courtesy of Jeff Gordon Ideal Video Strategies of the demolition project of 15 Broad Street.
10/20/2020

Check out these cool pics courtesy of Jeff Gordon Ideal Video Strategies of the demolition project of 15 Broad Street.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, one in three teens who text say they have done so while...
10/20/2020
Teen Driving

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, one in three teens who text say they have done so while driving. Is your teen one of them? This week is National Teen Safe Driver Week. Talk to your child about safe driving, the rules and responsibilities involved in driving, and developing good driving habits now. Have those conversations and be a good role model. For more information and tips visit NHTSA.gov

https://www.nhtsa.gov/road-safety/teen-driving

After spending years protecting your children from all sorts of dangers on the road and off, you now face the prospect of handing them the keys to the family car. It's time for them to learn how to drive. Are you prepared? We can help you mold your teen into a safe and capable driver.

The demolition of 15 Broad Street begins tomorrow morning at 7am. Broad Street and the rail trail will be closed in this...
10/20/2020

The demolition of 15 Broad Street begins tomorrow morning at 7am. Broad Street and the rail trail will be closed in this area. Please avoid the area and seek alternate routes if you can.

***CONSTRUCTION AND TRAFFIC DETOUR NOTIFICATION***NOTICE OF MAJOR DEMOLITION ACTIVITIES AT 15 BROAD STREETDemolition of ...
10/16/2020

***CONSTRUCTION AND TRAFFIC DETOUR NOTIFICATION***
NOTICE OF MAJOR DEMOLITION ACTIVITIES AT 15 BROAD STREET
Demolition of the building at 15 Broad Street will be starting on Tuesday, October 20th at 7AM. The demolition work will take place from 7AM to 7PM Monday through Friday and is anticipated to last approximately three (3) - four (4) weeks. The first two weeks of demolition work will require significant closures on Broad Street, the Rail Trail, and limited access to adjacent streets such as Winter Street. Broad Street from the western side of Winter Street to the Jade Restaurant will be closed to vehicular traffic for approximately two weeks. Detours will be in place.

Access to Villa do Porto will be maintained and residents in the vicinity of 15 Broad Street will be allowed access to their residences with the assistance of the public safety details. Furthermore, the Rail Trail will be shut down from Raymond Court (across from the car wash on Giasson Street) to Villa do Porto. There will be no handicap outlet near the project site.

Please avoid this area if possible and expect delays.

Thank you for your patience and understanding during this work. For any questions, please contact Planning & Community Development at 978-562-2989.

Too often, unused prescription drugs find their way into the wrong hands. On Saturday, October 24, 2020, from 10am to 2p...
10/16/2020

Too often, unused prescription drugs find their way into the wrong hands. On Saturday, October 24, 2020, from 10am to 2pm, the Hudson Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will be participating in the 2020 National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. According to the 2018 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 9.9 million Americans misused controlled prescription drugs. This study also shows that a majority of abused prescription drugs were obtained from family and friends, often from the home medicine cabinet. This initiative will provide an opportunity to help prevent drug addiction and overdose deaths, and rid your home from potentially dangerous and unused, unwanted, or expired prescription drugs.
Hudson residents can bring your medications for disposal to Hudson Police Headquarters, located at 911 Municipal Drive in Hudson. This service is free and anonymous, no questions asked. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, this will be a drive-up event located in the front parking lot of Police Headquarters. We ask that you remain in your vehicle and you will be approached by a police officer to hand items over for disposal.
Please remove all pills from the prescription bottles and seal them in a plastic “Ziploc” type bag before arriving at Police Headquarters. Be aware that absolutely NO liquids, sharps/needles, gels, ointments, aerosol cans (inhalers), or patches will be collected or allowed to be disposed. For more information contact Capt. Chad Perry at 978-562-7122, ext.226.

After many decades of service, we have officially retired our old badges. Back in 2017, when we moved in to our new faci...
10/15/2020

After many decades of service, we have officially retired our old badges. Back in 2017, when we moved in to our new facility, we began to think of ways to celebrate and commemorate our new headquarters. What better way than to display it on a new badge that will last for decades to come? And so the idea was born and it is now official. Our new badges not only display our facility, they also display the Town of Hudson seal. All officers, no matter what rank, will have an individual badge number assigned that will also be displayed on each officers hat badge. If you look closely you’ll see our facility with the sun shining behind it, representative of a new beginning. Hope you like them too! 😀

Chief DiPersio and Capt. Perry spent the morning on the walking beat, introducing themselves and visiting with downtown ...
10/15/2020

Chief DiPersio and Capt. Perry spent the morning on the walking beat, introducing themselves and visiting with downtown businesses. From there, it was off to the Hudson MA Senior Center to hand out masks and help hand out grab and go lunches courtesy of Stevie's Back Road Café and Catering. A great way to spend the day! #inthistogether #onecommunity

10/13/2020

Hudson Light and Power is aware of outages in town and crews are out working to restore power.

As many communities across the commonwealth are still without power after yesterday’s storm, we extend our gratitude to ...
10/09/2020

As many communities across the commonwealth are still without power after yesterday’s storm, we extend our gratitude to Hudson Light and Power and Town of Hudson Public Works Department and Hudson Fire for their hard work in restoring power. Here are some safety tips from the Electrical Safety Foundation regarding downed power lines

Chief DiPersio attended the quarterly Community for Restorative Justice (C4RJ) Police Council meeting this afternoon to ...
10/08/2020
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Chief DiPersio attended the quarterly Community for Restorative Justice (C4RJ) Police Council meeting this afternoon to welcome new community partners and highlight some recent success stories. HPD has been a member of the C4RJ program for several years. C4RJ is a growing non-profit that has now partnered with over 30 cities and towns, their police departments, and the District Attorney's offices to "rebuild trust and offer a path forward in the wake of crime." C4RJ receives referrals from police departments and district attorneys and includes those who are affected by crime in the decision making process; this is accomplished through circle dialogues led by volunteers that includes victims, offenders, loved ones, supporters, community members, and law enforcement officials. To learn more about C4RJ please visit
https://www.c4rj.org/

Communities for Restorative Justice (C4RJ) is a growing nonprofit that provides a powerful option within the justice...

10/08/2020

HPD responding to multiple calls for service. Thank you for your patience. Thanks to our partners at Hudson Light and Power, Town of Hudson Public Works Department, and Hudson Fire for their work in restoring power and cleaning debris. #teamwork Please use caution as workers are in roadways.

10/07/2020

There are multiple reports of trees down and power lines down. Police, fire, public works, and light and power are working diligently to restore power and make roads passable. Please use caution in your travels.

Hudson Massachusetts Police Department
10/07/2020

Hudson Massachusetts Police Department

We are very excited to announce that we are participating in the Pink Patch Project this year (https://pinkpatchproject....
10/07/2020

We are very excited to announce that we are participating in the Pink Patch Project this year (https://pinkpatchproject.com/) for the month of October for breast cancer awareness. Breast cancer has affected so many lives, including the lives of some of our staff here today as we write this.
The Pink Patch Project originated in 2013 with the Seal Beach Police Department in California who wore pink patches on their uniforms during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This year, over 500 agencies are participating in the program and HPD is one of 105 participating agencies in Massachusetts. The project is a public awareness campaign to bring attention to the fight against breast cancer and to support breast cancer research organizations in combating this devastating disease. This year we chose the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc. as our charity of choice. We have created a pink version of our HPD patch with the pink ribbon on it to help raise awareness. We are selling these patches to the public. If you would like to receive one we ask that you make a minimum $10.00-dollar donation to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Due to COVID restrictions our lobby remains closed as we are trying to limit traffic inside the building. We ask that you donate directly to the foundation at the link below. Once complete, you can send an email to [email protected], with a copy of the receipt showing confirmation of the donation. In the email please provide a mailing address for the patch and one will be mailed to you. We are limiting one patch per person at this time.
To obtain one of these awesome, limited time pink patches, please donate here at this link:
https://fundraise.nbcf.org/give/248734/?_ga=2.137575990.76134877.1602079061-2101632103.1602079061#!/donation/checkout

Today members of HPD were honored to attend the services of Aidan Lafauce. Aiden was an amazing young man, a great frien...
10/04/2020

Today members of HPD were honored to attend the services of Aidan Lafauce. Aiden was an amazing young man, a great friend of HPD, and we will miss him terribly.

“A beautiful life that came to and end, he died as he lived, everyone’s friend. In our hearts a memory will always be kept, of one we loved, and will never forget.”

We send our sincere condolences to the Lafauce family. Rest In Peace Aidan ❤️

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. Stay tuned for an ann...
10/02/2020

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. Stay tuned for an announcement on how you can purchase an HPD pink patch and support breast cancer research and awareness. #pinkpatchproject

Statement from Chief DiPersio regarding the police activity on Main Street this afternoon.
10/01/2020

Statement from Chief DiPersio regarding the police activity on Main Street this afternoon.

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