On Feb. 14, members of MGH Police, Security and Outside Services visited MassGeneral Hospital for Children (MGHfC) patients to spread some love in celebration of Valentine’s Day.
Members of MGH Police, Security and Outside Services presented the colors before the Aug. 17 Boston Red Sox game at Fenway Park.
“We have had the privilege of presenting our nation’s flag at various events, however, presenting the American flag at America’s pastime in our nation’s oldest ballpark was truly a humbling experience,” says John Petty III, operations supervisor for MGH Police and Security. “Presenting the colors on the Fenway grass before a near sellout crowd while the national anthem was sung is an honor that we will cherish forever.”
In addition to Petty, the honor guard members were Alan Moulaison, Robert Langhorne, James Harrop, Christopher Beagle, George Ayan and Tara Chipman.
- Apr | 5 | 2019
The FBI and law enforcement agencies across the country continue to investigate a growing number of reports related to cybercrime involving fraudulent purchase orders posing as a legitimate business.
- Feb | 22 | 2019
Love was in the air -- the love of sugar, that is -- on Valentine's Day during the 'Sweets & Selfies' event sponsored by the PUPP (Police Uniting with Pediatric Patients) program.
- May | 18 | 2018
Badges and sirens were abundant on the Bulfinch Patio May 17 as children gathered to explore emergency vehicles and meet the personnel who operate them at the PUPP on the Patio Touch-a-Truck event.
- Aug | 18 | 2017
"Law enforcement is about helping people. If you're not all about helping people, then this is not the career path for you," said Dan Coleman, Investigative and Intelligence manager for MGH Police, Security and Outside Services, while addressing a group of YMCA Teen Achievers Aug. 10.
- May | 12 | 2017
Email isn't the only place where criminals go phishing for sensitive information. According to the MGH Office of Privacy and Security, criminals also use the telephone (phone phishing). All staff all have the potential to be targeted, and need to be alert.