Should you hear noises or notice heavy police activity on the corners of Indian Lane and Frost Road on Wednesday August 17, do not be alarmed.
The Tyngsborough Police Department along with a regional SWAT Team will be honing their police tactical skills in a full day training session on two vacant homes.
According to Det./Sargent Mark Bourque, training is expected to begin at around 8 a.m. at the Tyngsborough Sportsmen Club on Westford Road. At approximately 10 a.m. the training convoy will then move to Indian Lane. This will last all afternoon — signs indicating police training will be posted.
Tyngsboro PD is a member of the The North Eastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council (NEMLEC) a law enforcement council, composed of a consortium of 53 police and sheriff departments in Middlesex and Essex Counties. Member agencies operate pursuant to an inter-agency mutual aid and assistance agreement. Members of the Police Department serve on the SWAT team and usually hold training every other Wednesdays at various sites around the region, according to Bourque.
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