Job Postings

Chief of Police - Town of Lanesborough 

Lanesborough Selectmen seek community-oriented, qualified individual for full-time Police Chief. Excellent communication, organizational and managerial skills required. Ability to work with minimal direction, detail-oriented, work well with the public, thorough knowledge of law enforcement required. Will work regular duties as a police officer as well as administrative work. Full description available at

Please email cover letter, resume and a minimum of three letters of recommendation to the Town Secretary at [email protected] no later than April 30th 2020.


Adams Police Department:  Police Chief 

The Town of Adams, Massachusetts is seeking an experienced, energetic and dynamic law enforcement professional to manage its Police Department and provide leadership for its 16 full-time officers. Adams is a picturesque valley town of approximately 8,500 residents in beautiful northern Berkshire County. With both urban and rural characteristics, it is the third largest municipality in the Berkshires featuring quintessential business districts and residential neighborhoods. Adams is a close-knit community that enjoys a high level of service, citizen engagement and respect for its proud history. The Town is positioning itself to take advantage of its strategic location between the population centers of Pittsfield and North Adams to continue its evolution from mill town to bedroom community with a variety of housing and recreational opportunities to live, work and play.

Applicants must possess advanced knowledge, skills, training and progressive law enforcement experience. Successful candidates will demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills, effective leadership skills, a commitment to community policing, a collaborative approach to working with other agencies and a strategic approach to utilizing law enforcement resources and practices. Requirements include a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice or a related discipline, 10 years of law enforcement experience, 5 years supervisory experience or any equivalent combination of education and experience. Preference will be given to candidates with previous administrative experience and advanced education. Salary range is commensurate upon qualifications and experience. Job description and application form is available from the Town of Adams website or the Town Administrator’s Office, 8 Park Street, Adams, MA 01220. Candidates should submit resume and cover letter to the Chief of Police Screening Committee, c/o Adams Town Hall, 8 Park Street, Adams, MA 01220, or via email to [email protected]. Applications should be received by 5:00 PM on Thursday, March 26, 2020 but position will remain open until filled. AA/EOE


Town of Worthington - Position Opening:  Chief of Police

The Town of Worthington is soliciting resumes from qualified candidates for the part-time position of Chief of Police. Please send resumes, letters of interest and three (3) references with relevant contact information to: Town of Worthington, Attn: Margaret O’Neal, 160 Huntington Rd., P. O. Box 247, Worthington, MA 01098. Submittals must be received by March 16, 2020. The Selectboard will review all documents and schedule interviews with selected candidates.

A more detailed description of the credentials, education, experience and responsibilities of the successful candidate can be found on the Town’s website:

Inquiries about this position may be sent electronically to Peg O’Neal at [email protected] or by calling (413) 238-5577 x (100), Mon. Tues. and Thurs. 10 AM -5 PM and Wed. Noon – 7 PM.

The Town of Worthington is an Equal Opportunity Employer



Scenic community on the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee shoreline just a short drive from the White Mountains region and urban centers of Portland, ME and Boston, MA seeks new Police Chief. Oversees budget of $1.9 million with 10 f.t and 1-2 p.t sworn officers and 4-5 civilian support and dispatch staff serving a community of 4,000 year round and 25,000+/- peak seasonal residents and visitors.

Successful candidate will be (a) knowledgeable in NH criminal law and procedure, (b) proficient in general business administration including preparing and managing budgets, (c) experienced in involving the community in a pro-active manner and best management practices, and (d) skilled in written and oral communications (e) a team leader with a history of successfully managing within all levels of the organization.

Bachelor’s Degree in criminal justice or equivalent (Master's degree in Criminal Justice, Public Administration, or a related field is desirable); Ten years of experience in the field; at least five years in a supervisory role of which three years involve executive level management experience; NH Police certification preferred or attainable within one year of appointment; or any equivalent combination of education, training and experience which demonstrates possession of the required knowledge, skills and ability. Preference given to those with prior executive level experience.

See the full Profile and Challenge statement and standard town application form at Submit three (3) copies of application letter, resume and standard town application form, to Mr. Walter Johnson, Town Administrator, email: [email protected], 6 Holland Street, PO Box 139, Moultonborough, NH 03254. Position is open until filled with application reviews beginning by 3/12/2020. Competitive salary and benefits. EEO Employer. 


UMass Dartmouth Police Departments:  Deputy Chief and Veteran Police Officers

Deputy Chief

The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Police Department is seeking applicants for the Deputy Chief position. Located 15 minutes from the beach, 30 minutes from Cape Cod and Providence, and 45 minutes from Boston on the Southcoast of MA, the UMass Dartmouth Police Department is a fully-sworn, accredited law enforcement department with 26 sworn and 12 highly trained staff who are committed to serving and protecting a diverse campus community of over 9,000 members.

Veteran Police Officer

The UMass Dartmouth Police Department is actively seeking and hiring experienced officers for multiple Police Officer openings.

The UMass Dartmouth Police Department is a full service, fully-sworn, accredited law enforcement department with 26 sworn and 12 highly trained staff who are committed to serving and protecting a diverse campus community of over 9,000 members.

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Questions can be directed to Chief Emil Fioravanti, UMass Dartmouth Police Department at 508.999.8107 or email [email protected]