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Appendix A in the Study of Municipal Police In-Service Training in the Commonwealth—Contributors

Individuals who provided information, sat for interviews, and generally shared views that contributed to this report.

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Contributors

We want to offer our sincere appreciation to the following organizations and individuals that provided information, sat for interviews, and generally shared their views on the challenges and opportunities for in-service police training in Massachusetts. These organization and individuals, along with their staffs and subject matter experts, provided significant information that we used in this report.

  • The Honorable David Linsky, State Representative
  • Dan Zivkovich, Former Executive Director of the Municipal Police Training Committee
  • Robert Ferullo, Jr., Interim Executive Director of the Municipal Police Training Committee
  • Marylou Powers, Director of Training and Delivery for the Municipal Police Training Committee
  • Mark Leahy, Executive Director and board members of The Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association
  • Wayne Furtado, President of the Massachusetts Police Association
  • Jim Machado, Executive Director of the Massachusetts Police Association
  • Joe Vieira, Vice President of the Massachusetts Police Association
  • Tim King of the Massachusetts Police Association
  • John Nelson, First Vice President of the Massachusetts Coalition of Police
  • Larry Calderone, Legislative Director of the Boston Patrolmen’s Association
  • Karen Boisvert, Acting Police Academy Administrator for the Connecticut Police Officers Standards and Training Council
  • Chief Frank Frederickson of the Yarmouth Police Department
  • Chief Brian Kyes of the Chelsea Police Department
  • Chief Steven Sargent and Captain Jeremiah O’Rourke of the Worcester Police Department
  • Lieutenant Norman Charest of the Springfield Police Department
  • Matthew Broderick, Manager of Forensic Operations and Policy for the Department of Mental Health
  • Lisa Sofis, Project Manager of Law Enforcement Dimensions LLC
  • Terrence Reidy, Undersecretary of Law Enforcement for the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security
  • Susan Terrey, General Counsel for the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security
  • Rahsaan Hall, Director of the Racial Justice Program for the ACLU of Massachusetts
  • Roger Goldman, Professor of Law Emeritus at Saint Louis University School of Law
  • Dr. Jack McDevitt, Director of the Institute on Race and Justice at Northeastern University
  • Brian Corr, Executive Director of the Cambridge Peace Commission and President of the National Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement
Date published: November 18, 2019
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