Police program draws international attention
The university welcomed a delegation from the nation of Moldova to campus this week to demonstrate its groundbreaking police program.
Police students may apply for paid city traffic details
Fitchburg Police Chief Ernest Martineau told the police students they represent "the best and the brightest," and encouraged them to take this opportunity to be paid to acquire skills while pursuing their degrees.
Winter commencement ceremony celebrates student achievement
The graduating class included students from 30 states and four countries.
5th Recruit Officer Course graduates from police academy
The majority of the graduates have already been hired by police departments in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
Police program's 5th recruit officer course launches
On Saturday, they completed their bachelor's degrees in criminal justice. Two days later, they were standing at attention and obeying orders on day one of the 17-week police academy.
Career fair will highlight law enforcement opportunities
Over 30 agencies, including state, county, municipal, and campus departments, will be represented at the event.
Police Program explores mindfulness in evolving profession
Edward Denmark sees Fitchburg State’s police program as a model for the profession, linking theory and practice.
Police program highlighted in Boston Globe
The Boston Globe took a close look at our police program and the students who are exploring this career path at a time of evolution within the profession.
University graduates police program 4th ROC
Most of the new officers have already been hired by area police departments.
Tarentino Charitable Fund supports Police Program students
The Officer Ronald Tarentino Jr. Charitable Fund has pledged more than $7,000 to Fitchburg State University’s police program to help defray the cost of personal safety protection vests for these future officers.