Chief George McNeil is pleased to announce that the Somerset Police Department is launching a new campaign to support local restaurants while they are only able to provide takeout and delivery services.
Chief George McNeil reports that the Somerset Police Department will be limiting access to the public at its police station as a precautionary measure against the coronavirus, and would like to assure Somerset residents that the level of service provided by the department will not change.
Somerset Berkley Regional School District Superintendent Jeffrey Schoonover and Police Chief George McNeil report that a high school staff member was placed on administrative leave, Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 11, after the school district received allegations of inappropriate conduct.
SOMERSET — Chief George McNeil and the Somerset Police Department would like to remind residents of the upcoming hands-free law for drivers. On Feb. 23, An Act Requiring the Hands-Free Use of Mobile Telephones While Driving will go into effect prohibiting drivers from using cellphones and other hand-held devices while operating a vehicle. There will […]
Chief George McNeil is pleased to announce that a team of assessors from the Massachusetts Police Accreditation Commission is scheduled to arrive on Tuesday, February 25, 2020, to begin examining various aspects of the Somerset Police Department’s policies and procedures, operations and facilities. Verification by the Assessment Team that the Department meets the Commission’s standards […]
Somerset Deputy Fire Chief Jamison Barros, Police Chief George McNeil and Town Administrator Richard M. Brown regret to announce the sudden death of Somerset Fire Chief Scott Jepson today.