Recent News

Information sharing across the region helps all agencies stay informed and united across our public safety front. NEACOP welcomes news from all applicable sources.  Please read below and stay up to date on what’s happening in our region.

Job Opportunity: Chief of Police-Newton NH

The Town of Newton, New Hampshire (population approx. 4600) is seeking qualified candidates for the position of police chief. Located along the MA- NH border, this rural community is just minutes from the Seacoast and 40 minutes from Boston. The Police Department has...

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Save the Date: 2024 NEACOP Annual Training Conference

' Save the Date and join us for our 99th Annual Training Conference held in Falmouth, MA (Cape Cod) on November 17th-20th! We are working on our full schedule of events and will update as available but pencil us in for November 17th-20, 2024!

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NEACOP News: Retired Members Tax Reduction Information

Retired Members may reduce their taxable earnings by up to $3,000 for medical insurance premiums paid during a calendar year. This is allowable under the Healthcare Enhancement for Local Public Safety Retirees Act, or the “HELPS” Retiree Act. Previously, there was a...

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NEACOP 2023 Community Policing Awards APPLICATIONS OPEN

Applications are being accepted for the New England Association of Chiefs of Police Award for Community Policing 2023. Visit our Community Policing Award page to learn more about the award and previous department honors. Community Policing Award submissions deadline...

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Job Opportunity: Police Captain Cumberland Maine

The Town of Cumberland is accepting applications for a full-time, salaried Police Captain. We seek candidates who possess impeccable credentials, are of the highest moral character, and have the personal and philosophical desire and drive to serve our community. We...

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2023 NEACOP Special Olympics Donation Connecticut

NEACOP Special Olympics Donation- Connecticut We are very proud to be a long standing donor to the Special Olympics across all (6) New England States and thank them for their important work in our communities.Pictured in photo #1 (Above Left) are (L-R) Amy Zdanowski...

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