H.O.P.E Collaborative hiring clinical case manager

Want to make a positive difference in the lives of children and families in the area? This job might be for you! H.O.P.E. Collaborative Job Description Job Title: Lead Clinical Case Manager Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA): Exempt Reports to: Designated employer and H.O.P.E. representative Summary: To provide ongoing support and expertise through comprehensive assessment, […] Read more »

Have a happy and safe holiday season!

With this joyous season quickly approaching, we would like to offer everyone some tips to help keep you and your loved ones safe. • Avoid driving alone or at night • Keep all car doors locked and windows closed while in or out of your car • Park in a well-lighted area • Avoid parking […] Read more »

Help fill the bus to brighten holiday for children in need

Brighten the season for a local child while boosting your own holiday spirit by participating in the sixth annual Fill the Bus toy drive from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 17. During those hours, a Tremblay’s school bus will be parked outside three New Bedford locations: Walgreens, 1103 Kempton St.; Wonder Bowl, 66 […] Read more »

Little People’s College children create special ornaments

Children from Little People’s College brightened our holidays by creating handmade ornaments, complete with thin blue lines to symbolize solidarity with police. We were proud to place the ornaments on our trees at headquarters at 871 Rockdale Ave. and the downtown station at 572 Pleasant St. The children took a tour of the stations, enjoyed […] Read more »

Three NBPD sergeants graduate from training series

Congratulations to three New Bedford Police Dept. sergeants who graduated Friday, Dec. 9 from the command training series: first line supervisor course at Roger Williams University in Rhode Island. The series explores such topics as discipline, conflict management and performance appraisals, problem solving and community management; fair and impartial policing for supervisors; leadership principles and […] Read more »

88 children Shop with a Cop with 75 NBPD officers

88 children will have a merrier Christmas thanks to 75 members of the New Bedford Police Department who participated in Shop with a Cop. The program, sponsored by the New Bedford Police Union, was supported by donations by the union, individual officers and Target. Each child was paired off with an officer to shop with. […] Read more »

City of One window awarded best holiday spirit

We are so proud to report that our City of One window at Bristol Community College at 188 Union St. was awarded the best holiday spirit winner in the Deck the Windows program. The award is presented to Lt. Scott Carola, Lindsey Merolla and Aria Wolkowicz for their terrific design. Of course it wouldn’t have […] Read more »

Junior Achievement students visit police station

New Bedford must continue to come together as a “City of One” to increase public safety across our community and it will take the efforts of the dedicated team of professionals within the New Bedford Police Department and citizens alike to ensure that our community succeeds in this important pursuit. That is the message that […] Read more »

City to address dangerous use of recreational vehicles

In an effort to create safer streets for the people of New Bedford, Mayor Jon Mitchell, members of the New Bedford City Council and New Bedford Police Chief Joseph Cordeiro announced Monday Nov. 21 that they are working together to put in place a new City ordinance that will address the dangerous use of recreational […] Read more »

Police help serve early Thanksgiving dinner

Members of the New Bedford Police Department stepped up once again to support the community. Police Sgt. Nathaniel Rodriguez, far left, put out the call for volunteers to help serve Thanksgiving dinner Saturday for those who might otherwise not have one. Officers Steve Alers and Steve Gwozdz, Lt. Scott Carola and his mother, Margaret Carola, […] Read more »