Earlier this year, Cambridge Police Department (CPD) established a Family and Social Justice Section to help formalize its new social justice approach to policing and increase its capacity to serve and protect our most vulnerable populations: juveniles, homeless, individuals suffering from mental illness and substance abuse, Seniors in need of dependent care, and survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault. Continue reading Cambridge Police Department Establishes Family and Social Justice Section
EMS bike teams are becoming increasingly popular due to the many ways in which they can better serve the public. Having a bike team allows emergency medical services to be on the scene quicker, especially in situations where the incident occurs at a large event or in a densely populated area. Continue reading Cambridge’s Fire EMS Bike Team Already Making an Impact
Last year, Cambridge Firefighter Timothy Norton came up with an idea to educate local teens about the work of the Cambridge Fire Department. Continue reading Getting Cambridge Youth Fired Up
In August, Branville G. Bard, Jr., took command of the Cambridge Police Department, and he recently spoke with THE CAMBRIDGE LIFE to share his thoughts on policing and getting to know the Cambridge community.