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The award is presented by the Massachusetts Office for Victim Assistance (MOVA)
The Obamas were featured in an exhibit in honor of Black History Month
A group of South Boston District Court Probation Officers will go out in the community and hand out socks and other cold weather gear to homeless men and women.
Crispin Birnbaum, Massachusetts Probation Service (MPS) General Counsel, was recently honored as one of the state’s “2017 Top Women in Law” by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly. A ceremony in November was held at the Marriott Copley Hotel in Boston.
Massachusetts Probation Service (MPS) employees across the Commonwealth are making sure that struggling families and individuals are being remembered during the holidays.
Probation Officers in Boston, Brockton, Fall River, Springfield, and Worcester are teaming up with local police on Halloween night to make unannounced visits to sex offenders as part of the Probation-established “Operation Lights Out” initiative
Two women and two men who just a year ago were at a high-risk to overdose, celebrated their recovery and completion of the Uxbridge District Court Intensive Probation Supervision and Treatment Program at a graduation ceremony Tuesday, October 24.
The Barnstable County Fatherhood Program will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a graduation for nine probationers.
Senator Jason Lewis of the 5th Middlesex District will address an audience of more than 300 on the legalization of marijuana and its impact at the 11th Annual HEAT (Heroin Education Awareness Task Force) Conference.
Greenfield District Court employees and Drug Court participants laced up their running shoes to participate in the fourth annual Firebird 5K: Race Against Addiction.
A group of 19 court-involved fathers will graduate from the Dorchester Fatherhood Program on Wednesday, June 7, 6 p.m. at the Dorchester Division of the Boston Municipal Court (BMC), 510 Washington Street.
Sixteen probationers will celebrate their completion of the Changing Lives Through Literature (CLTL) Program today, Thursday, May 11, 3 p.m. at the Lawrence District Court House, 2 Appleton Street, Lawrence.
Norfolk Juvenile Probation’s MPower (MOMPower) Program will host a commencement ceremony today, Wednesday, May 10th, to celebrate the completion of this 11-week parenting skills program by six mothers in their early 20's to late 50's.
The Berkshire Community Corrections Center (CCC) will host a special recognition ceremony for participants and volunteers as well as an open house at the Pittsfield facility today, Tuesday, April 25th, at 12:30 p.m.