2014 Conference

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 Save the Date! 

MAWLE's 11th Annual Conference
 

Hosted by
Holyoke Police Department 

Date
Thursday, October 2, 2014

Location
291 Pine Street
Holyoke, MA 01040

          

Workshops Include:

Drug Endangered Children Program Overview
 Presented by Connecticut State Police

 Retirement Planning In Massachusetts
Presented by Great West Retirement Services MA SMART Plan

  HOPE Probation Program
Presented by Hampden County Probation Department

  Characteristics of Female Juvenile Violence
Presented by Bay Path University Professor   

   Criminalization of Wi-Fi & the Impact to Identity Theft
 Presented by SRT Law Enforcement Operations Group

   Successful Drug Endangered Children Prosecutions
 Presented by Connecticut State Police

  Preventing & Addressing Discrimination in the Workplace for Women in Law Enforcement
Presented by Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination 

   Domestic Violence in Police Relationships   
Presented by Womanshelter and Springfield Police Department 

 Cyber-Crime Investigation
 Presented by Holyoke Police Department Criminal Investigations Bureau 

 How to Establish a Local Drug Endangered Children’s Program
 Presented by Connecticut State Police
 

Register Online Now
 

Questions? Send email to:  
Captain Denise Duguay, Holyoke Police Department
capt.duguay@holyokepd.org

 


 

 

Memorial Day


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MAWLE salutes our women and men who serve in the United States Armed Forces, now, in the past and in the future.

We pay tribute to the soldiers who gave their lives defending our country.


Women in the Military - Photo Slide Show

Our Condolences for Boston Firefighters

On March 26, 2014, Boston Firefighters lost two of their heroes.  Our deepest sympathies and prayers are with them and their families.

 

Lt. Edward J.Walsh

Boston Fire Lieutenant Edward J. Walsh Jr. 

Firefighter Michael R. Kennedy

Boston Firefighter Michael R, Kennedy.

20/20 Will Feature Peabody Domestic Violence Case

  

David Muir with Sgt. Sheila McDaid

 

Article from Peabody Patch -

On Friday March 14, 2014 at 10 p.m., 20/20 on ABC will feature a story about undercover operations concerning Murder-For-Hire investigations that have been conducted by the Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) Bureau.

One of those highlighted in this hour-long show will be the story of former Peabody resident Guillermo Vasco. In 2004, Vasco, estranged from his wife, went to her residence and was going to burn the house down with her, himself and their infant child. However, his wife was able to convince him that she still loved him and wanted to start over again.

With a plan to go to Canada, they needed to stop at Lynn City Hall for her birth certificate. It was there she was able to escape. She had saved her baby’s and her own life that day.

Sgt. Sheila McDaid, then head of Peabody's Domestic Violence Unit, was involved in this case and will be on the 20/20 show this Friday, March 14, 2014 at 10pm.

 For further information see article from Peabody Patch:
20/20 Will Feature Gripping Peabody Domestic Violence Case

Krav Maga Boston

Alpha Krav Maga Boston
Class for Women Only
Saturday, April 5, 2014

Krav Maga


Hopefully you'll never have to defend yourself, but if you do, make sure you're prepared.

 

Join us for this 2 hour Women Only Self Defense Event where we will cover basic techniques that could some day save your life. Cost is only $30 per participant.

This class will be held on Saturday April 5th from 1230-230pm at Alpha Krav Maga Boston in Malden. 

Krav Maga is fun, easy to learn and effective and can get you into the best shape of your life.

Call today or register online at kravmagaboston.com  
Spaces are limited, so don't wait
 
Krav Maga Boston
141 Pleasant Street
Malden, Massachusetts 02148
781-322-4600

 

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