Police Officer / Northborough Police Department

The Northborough Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of police officer for immediate and future openings. While MPTC recruit academy graduates are preferred, it is not required.

What we offer:

  • Competitive salary
  • Comprehensive benefits
  • Full education incentive
  • 5/2-5/3 work schedule
  • Shift differential and specialist pay
  • Variety of specialized units including Detectives, Drone, SRO, Senior Liaison, Social Media


  • Must be 21 years old at the time of application
  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Proof of citizenship
  • Massachusetts Driver’s License or ability to obtain one
  • Must be able to obtain a Massachusetts Firearms License to Carry (LTC) permit, Class-A
  • No felony convictions
  • Successful completion of NPD background examination
  • Medical and psychological examination required
  • Massachusetts POST-C police officer certification required if currently working as a police officer

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Enforcing laws and ensuring public safety
  • Responding to emergencies and calls for service
  • Building relationships with the community
  • Conducting investigations and processing incident reports

Interested candidates should forward a cover letter and resume by March 22, 2024, to [email protected].

The Northborough Police Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Visit our website at www.northboroughpd.com.


Police Captain / Rowley, MA Police Department

The Rowley Police Department is seeking to fill the position of Captain. This position is appointed by the Board of Selectmen upon recommendation by the Police Chief.

The Captain serves as the executive officer for the Department and in the absence of the Chief assumes the responsibilities and the overall administration of the Department. Subject to the direction of the Chief, the Captain is responsible for the supervision and control of all subordinate officers and is responsible for the efficiency and effectiveness of members of the Department. The Captain prepares all departmental written directives for final approval of the Chief and maintains, distributes, and enforces such directives. This position performs various functions relating to the administration and operation of the Department as directed by the Chief of Police. The Captain directly oversees the Investigative Unit. This position is responsible for directly supervising all officers assigned to the Investigations Unit as well as keeping the Chief up to date on all on-going investigations. The Captain is responsible for scheduling and coordinating of all training requirements including yearly in-service, field training, specialized training, recruit applications and waivers. The Captain serves as the Technical Equipment Maintenance Officer which includes annual radar and Lidar certifications. The Captain assists the Chief of Police in all phases of the hiring process of Department staff in preparation for recommendation to the appointing authority. This position serves as the Department Prosecutor and Liaison to the courts, which includes duties such as filing complaints, attending arraignments, clerks and show cause hearings. The Captain is responsible for managing all discovery requests and officer
notifications. The Captain provides oversight of the Department's Accreditation status assuring compliance and maintenance of State Accreditation standards. The Captain faithfully carries out all orders from the Chief and insures orders affecting Department personnel are efficiently communicated to all personnel.

This position is administrative in nature and is not covered by a collective bargaining agreement. The Captain position's benefits will be governed by the Town of Rowley Personnel Bylaws except as noted herein. This position is a 40 hour per work week position at Pay Grade 15 in the Non-Union Compensation Schedule. The salary range is $107,702.40 - $123,406.40, dependent upon experience. The Captain will be eligible for educational, EMT, EMO, and longevity stipends consistent with those provided by the MASSCOP Local 360 union contract and will receive 5 personal days per year. The Captain will work primarily day shifts from 0800 - 1600 hours, Monday- Friday, but may change from time-to-time at the Chief's discretion.

Successful candidates for this position must possess strong leadership skills. A Bachelor of Science degree in a law enforcement related field is required. Five years of supervisory experience, having obtained at least the rank of sergeant, and ten years of increasing administrative, technical and managerial responsibilities as a sworn law enforcement officer is required. A Captain must be certified or able to obtain certification through the Massachusetts POST Commission. A Captain must possess or be able to obtain current certificates of training mandated by Massachusetts General Laws. In part these certificates include CPR, Medical First Responder, Firearms qualification, CORI, and suicide prevention training. This will also include training mandated or inferred by changes in policies and procedures by Local, State and Federal legislation and case law.

Selection Process:
The selection process for this position will follow the procedures described in the Rowley Police Department Policies and Procedures Chapter 74.9. The process will consist of an assessment panel of Chiefs and an interview with the Chief of Police before a recommendation is made to the appointing authority.

All qualified candidates must apply to the Chief of Police in writing by way of a cover letter and resume by December 6, 2023. Applications should specifically address all elements listed in the requirements section of this posting. Review of applications will begin December 8, 2023. Any assessment process will take place no earlier than 30 days from the date of this posting. Position will remain open until filled. The Town of Rowley is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

DME 11/21/23


Director, Investigations and Enforcement Bureau (IEB)

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The Massachusetts Gaming Commission (“Commission”) regulates all retail casino, horse racing, parimutuel, and sports wagering along with online sports wagering and parimutuel betting in the Commonwealth (G.L. c. 23K, 128A and 128C, and 23N). The Commission exercises this authority using a fair, transparent, participatory process to maximize the economic benefits and minimize any negative consequences from these industries.

Under the direction, control, and supervision of the Chair of the Commission, the Director of the Investigations and Enforcement Bureau, (Deputy Director of Investigations and Enforcement pursuant to G.L. c. 23K § 6) is the executive and administrative head of the bureau and shall be responsible for administering and enforcing the laws relative to the bureau and to each administrative unit of the bureau. The bureau, which is within the Commission, is the primary enforcement agent for regulatory matters.

The bureau shall perform such functions as the Chair may determine in relation to enforcement, including the investigation of all licensees of the Commission.

The Director of the IEB has supervision over 4 divisions within the bureau:

  • The Licensing Division
  • The Gaming Agents Division
  • The Financial Investigations Division
  • The Chief Enforcement Counsel’s Office

The Director of the IEB also has supervisory authority, in conjunction with the Colonel of the State Police, of the Gaming Enforcement Unit of the Massachusetts State Police, and works with local police departments, the Attorney General’s Office, and the Alcohol Beverage Control Commission relative to public safety as well as regulatory and criminal enforcement matters.

The bureau is a law enforcement agency and its employees shall have such law enforcement powers as necessary to effectuate the purposes of G.L. c. 23K, 128A, 128C, and 23N as designated by the Commission, including the power to receive intelligence on an applicant or licensee under those chapters and to investigate any suspected violations.

Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Administer the complete licensing and registration process within the bureau, including investigations of both individual and entity applicants for licensure or registration
  • Oversee on-site compliance of gaming establishments, race tracks, and retail sportsbooks with all applicable laws, as well as compliance with approved casino internal control submissions
  • Oversee adverse action process, including the issuance of civil administrative penalties for serious non-compliance by licensees
  • Provide effective management of and leadership for all divisions within the bureau
  • Continually review and develop policies and procedures and internal controls within the bureau for all investigations and enforcement activities
  • Develop and administer appropriate training for IEB staff, ensuring all are competent and knowledgeable of all regulations, laws, policies, and procedures
  • Partner with the Finance Department to develop and oversee the IEB annual budget in coordination with the Executive Director
  • Monitor IEB operations to assess performance against budget and legal requirements, and implement changes as necessary
  • Attend and participate in all Commission meetings and work with staff to manage correspondence and communication regarding all IEB matters reflecting the official Commission action

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Ability to understand gaming, horse racing, and sports wagering regulatory requirements, particularly internal control submissions
  • Experience in complex investigations, including the ability to understand the suitability investigatory process for individual and entity applicants for licensure or registration
  • Experience in creating administrative efficiencies through technological solutions and/or system innovations
  • Demonstrated competence in the leadership and management of a diverse workforce and experience in recruiting, mentoring, promoting, and retaining a diverse group of talented individuals
  • Superior written and verbal communication skills
  • Capable of handling many tasks that are time-sensitive in high-pressure situations
  • Attention to detail and ability to implement plans efficiently and effectively
  • Ability to synthesize, summarize, and disseminate important details in an accessible fashion, in a public forum, and in a timely manner
  • Ability to read, analyze, and interpret business and financial reports
  • Highest level of good character, honesty, and integrity
  • Ability to exercise discretion in the handling of confidential and sensitive information
  • Knowledge of modern investigative techniques and legal processes
  • Strong public speaking and presentation skills

Experience, Education, and Training:

  • Bachelor’s degree and at least 10 years of management experience in complex investigations and enforcement
  • Juris Doctor degree preferred
  • Regulatory compliance experience in the gambling industry or other regulatory organization preferred

Salary is commensurate with experience.

The successful candidate will be required to pass an extensive background check that includes a full credit check, CORI, drug screen, and fingerprinting.

It is the policy of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to afford equal employment opportunities to all qualified individuals, without regard to their race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, citizenship status, veteran status, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic or status that is protected by federal, state, or local law.