One year ago, a Woburn officer was shot and killed by a parolee. A year later, potentially dangerous convicts out on parole continue to be a concern.
More than two dozen law enforcement officers were saluted for their courage at a State House ceremony Friday, including a Woburn police officer who was shot and killed in the line of duty last year.
A man charged with playing a role in a botched robbery that led to the death of a Woburn police officer has pleaded not guilty to charges in a separate robbery.
A new analysis says more than one-third of Massachusetts prisoners with serious criminal convictions who were paroled over the past five years ended up back in prison.
Arthur Cinelli is expected to plead guilty to charges of dealing drugs in New Hampshire.
The Woburn police officer shot and killed in the line of duty on December 26, 2010 is having his name added to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, D.C.
Prosecutors plan to release new developments in connection with the fatal shooting of a Massachusetts police officer.
Massachusetts lawmakers are preparing to hear testimony on the best ways to overhaul the state’s parole system.
Gov. Deval Patrick has nominated four people, including a victims’ advocate, to the state Parole Board which has been in turmoil.
Another top official with the state Probation Department has resigned in the midst of a hiring scandal.