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Past Bulletin Board Articles

Fall 2015

Scam Alert

 

Warning Pelham residents of two ongoing scams within the area.

 

1. IRS Tax Payment scam. Read more here

 

2. Eversource Engery Payment scam. Read more here

 

December 2014

 

Drive Sober PSA

The Executive Office of Public Safety and Security's Highway Safety Division is launching a public awareness campaign to discourage citizens of the Commonwealth from driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, particularly during the holidays. This PSA will run from December 22-December 31, 2014 on major news channels.

 

We appreciate the important work of Massachusetts police departments to keeping citizens safe. In order to reach as many people as possible, the Highway Safety Division requests that you post this PSA to your town or police website and social media outlets to promote the message of "Keep the Holidays Happy. Drive Sober."

Watch PSA YouTube video here

 

October 12, 2014

Come Visit us on our

Annual Open House

Public Safety Complex Noon - 3pm

Refresments - Displays - Demonstrations

  • Fire Trucks & Police Cars

  • Meet Firefighters & Police Officers

  • Tour of Station

  • And more!

August 2014

 

IRS Reiterates Warning of Pervasive Telephone Scam

Pelham residents reporting that they are also being scammed. Click Here to read the article.

February 2014

Pelham Police in the News

Large Drug bust during vehicle stop

Read here

January 2014

Cold Weather TIPS issued by MEMA (click here to open)

August 8, 2013

Town of Pelham at Moderate Risk For Triple EEE

 

Office of Board of Health

Pelham, Massachusetts

 

 

The Town of Pelham has been designated at Moderate Risk for

Eastern Equine Encephalitis

 

Important Information about Protecting Yourself and Family Kids from Mosquito-Borne Illness

 

The Department of Public Health and the Pelham Board of Health is urging residents who live in areas of elevated risk to take personal protective measures to protect themselves against mosquito bites.

  • Children are at greater risk from Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) than from West Nile virus (WNV).

  • Risk for mosquito-borne illness will continue until the first hard frost in your area. Hard frosts occur when temperatures fall below 28 degrees for several hours.

  • Use mosquito repellent any time you are outdoors, such as waiting for the bus, walking to school or during outdoor sports practices. Even being out a short time can be long enough to get a mosquito bite. Make sure to follow directions on the label. DEET products should not be used on infants under two months of age and should be used only in concentrations of 30% or less on older children. Oil of lemon eucalyptus should not be used on children under three years of age.

  • Be aware of mosquitoes around you. If mosquitoes are biting you, reapply repellent, or think about going inside.

  • Be aware of peak mosquito hours. The hours from dusk to dawn are peak biting times for many species of mosquitoes. Take extra care to use repellent and protective clothing during evening and early morning.

  • Use mosquito netting on baby carriages or playpens when your baby is outdoors.

  • When weather permits, wear long-sleeves, long pants and socks when outdoors.

  • Make sure screens are repaired and are tightly attached to doors and windows.

  • Remove standing water from places like ditches, gutters, old tires, wheel barrows, and wading pools. Mosquitoes can begin to grow in any puddle or standing water that lasts for more than four days, so don’t let water collect around your home.

  • Avoid camping overnight near freshwater swamps to reduce your risk of exposure to mosquitoes that carry the EEE virus. If you do go camping, use a tent with mosquito netting and use appropriate repellents.

  • For additional information contact your

    local health department or go to:

    mass.gov/dph/wnv

April 2013​​
​Officer Sean Collier Memorial
​The Pelham Police Department attended the Memorial Service for Officer Sean Collier at MIT this week with thousands of other Police Officers from both all over the world. The outpouring of support for a fellow fallen officer was evident this past week. Officer from Europe, Canada and throughout the United States all made their way to Boston to show their respect to Officer Collier who made the ultimate sacrifice last week. For photos of the service, please visit our "Photo" section of the website.

 

January 2013
​​​In the News
Chief Thomann recently provided an interview to 22 News concerned Pelham PD's new Online Reporting System.  Chief Thomann urged the Select Board to purchase the Online Reporting System from San Ramon, CA based company, Coplogic last fall. Coplogic implemented the system with the department in December and just launched in early January 2013. Citizens are now able to file minor reports that involve not only Police, but the Highway Department and Animal Control Officer as well. Although the system is not intended for Emergency reports, a number of report types are now easily accessible for the public. To file a report, please click on the "File Online Report" link at the top of this page. To view the interview Chief Thomann provided to 22 News, please click here.