• Statewide Program Coordinator

    The Municipal Police Training Committee’s Statewide Coordinator is liaison to the Highway Safety Division (HSD), Office of Grants and Research of the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security.  This Liaison is responsible for the administration, development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of police training funded by HSD, Office of Grants and Research for recruit and professional development training offered to state and local police departments.  

    Contact Information: 
    Howard Lebowitz, Director of Programs and Standards | Voice 781.437.0304 
    E:Mail: Howard.Lebowitz@MassMail.State.MA.US | Fax 781-963-0235
    Mailing Address: Municipal Police Training H.Q., 6 Adams Street, Randolph, MA 02368

     

  • SFST Statewide Program Coordinator, Sergeant Stephen May

    Sergeant Stephen May is the statewide coordinator and liaison for the MPTC for the administration, development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of Standardized Field Sobriety Testing training programs funded by the Highway Safety Division (HSD), Office of Grants and Research (OGR), Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS) which includes instructor certification and re-certification, recruit  and reserve intermittent training, professional development and refresher training.

    Contact info:  Cell 978-337-2847 / Fax 978-346-9834 / E-mail: ma.sfstcoordinator@gmail.com

  • DDACTS Statewide Program Coordinator, Paul McNamara

    Officer Paul McNamara is the statewide coordinator and liaison for the MPTC for the administration, development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of Data Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety (DDACTS) training programs funded by the Highway Safety Division (HSD), Office of Grants and Research (OGR), Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS) which includes instructor certification and re-certification, recruit  and reserve intermittent training, professional development and refresher training.

    DDACTS utilizes geomapping technology to plot areas to determine community “hot spots” where both criminal activity and traffic incidents occur, police are deploying high-visibility traffic enforcement officers.  “Where crime is high, traffic incidents are often high as well.”

    Paul is a 25 plus veteran of the Fitchburg Police Department who is proactive in the use of innovative technology and initiatives focused towards the continued improvement of safety and quality of life within the state.  He is currently a MPTC Instructor in Motor Vehicle Law, Bicycle Law, Beat and Community Profile, Speed Measurement, and MassTrac.   

    Paul can be reached via E-mail:  pmcnamara@fitchburgpolice.com

Highway Safety Division Sponsored Programs

Each year, EOPSS/HSD contracts with the Municipal Police Training Committee (MPTC) to administer and deliver Highway Safety Division sponsored training programs at six regional academies and other sites throughout the state.