This vehicle was a forfeited car from a drug seizure by Rockland Police.
Today, our office repurposed it to Jamal Gooding and People Affecting Community Change to help individuals who are re-establishing themselves after facing adversity get to and from work.
Duxbury High is fortunate to have Duxbury Gradnite planning a memorable night where seniors can celebrate safely post graduation.
Our office is proud to support party planning efforts and our thanks to Michelle Striebel and all the volunteers involved. Congrats Class of 2022!🎓
It takes a community to support the community.
At the 14th annual Middleboro YMCA Gala presented by the Old Colony YMCA.
Proud to partner with you so that you can continue your important work in Plymouth County.
Working together to make a difference in the communities of Plymouth County.
Week 3 and lots of 3s raining down in Brockton tonight.
High fives to Lt. Anthony Dear and members of the Massachusetts State Police for partnering with us to bring the Unity Basketball League to Plymouth County.
Community reinvestment funds were presented to the African American Association of Brockton’s organizer Jamie Hodges.
The African American Association of Brockton are sponsoring a few events during the month of February, that we are proud to support.
On February 1, 2022, the African American flag will be raised at City Hall Plaza.
On February 26, 2022 the African American Association will be hosting a Black History Month Celebration from 12-4 at the Brockton Community Access (BCA) 1 North Main Street, Brockton, MA.
“The mission of the African American Association of Brockton is to enrich the lives of the residents of Brockton, Massachusetts by promoting awareness of African American culture through music, dance, arts, food and community service.
Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. the way he lived his life- giving back.
Thank you to the Cape Verdean Association of Brockton for this day of service. Today we packed and delivered backpacks for the homeless.
“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, “What are you doing for others?” MLK
Today, we marked our 2nd Annual First Responder’s Appreciation Day in Brockton and showed our support.
Thank you to Mayor Robert Sullivan, and Lady C&J Cafe for providing 600 meals for our local heroes and the community.
Recovery Rocks 2021 – September 9, 2021 at the Salt River Farm in Marshfield to benefit- South Shore Peer Recovery.
Plymouth County District Attorney Tim Cruz, chair of the Plymouth County Drug Abuse Task Force was in attendance.
2020 was a year of challenges but for someone who lost a loved one to violence, every day is a challenge.
Proud that this tradition continues. Much appreciation to our community partner, Sharon Baker and the Life After Death organization for organizing this year’s march.
Groundbreaking work being done in Marshfield today! Hard to believe this dirt pile will one day be the site of our new police station.
Congratulations to the Marshfield Police Department, town officials and residents.
Building a better Marshfield began today.
Lots of COVID-19 updates from town officials in Plymouth today. Thank you for being innovative during these unsettled times and continuing the dialogue so that townspeople are informed and safe.
A Shelter in Place Advisory is in place for Plymouth County and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts until further notice.
Remembering and dedicating a memorial to the nine prominent Brocktonians who lost their lives at Moosehead Lake in Maine 90 years ago.
“If They Had Known”
District Attorney Tim Cruz was invited to speak on Social Host Liability.
The event was sponsored by the East Bridgewater Public Schools, and was hosted by Principal Brian Duffey and Chief Scott Allen in preparation for Prom and Graduation season.
Special Guests Genny, Geoff and Allie Soper shared a screening of “If They Had Known” a powerful story about Clay Soper, so that others celebrate safely.
Saturday, April 28, 2018
Please consider taking the time to drop your leftover and expired medications in the MedReturn boxes located in the lobbies of our Police Departments all across Plymouth County, including Bridgewater University Police Department, Massasoit Police Department and Stonehill College Police Department.
Drop boxes are open for anonymous disposal 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. No questions asked.
It’s a small but important thing that you can do to help us keep illegal drugs off our streets and out of our neighborhoods.
The Plymouth County Med Return Program is made possible through a cooperative effort of District Attorney Tim Cruz, Sheriff Joe McDonald, the Police Chiefs of Plymouth County, the Department of Public Health and Covanta Energy’s RX4Safety Program.
All collected medications will be brought to Covanta’s energy plant, where they will be incinerated and converted into energy.
April 27, 2018
Getting a good start to the day at the South Shore Health and Wellness Fair.
The 6th annual fair was hosted by the South Shore Chamber of Commerce, and was powered by Tufts Medical Center.
Vendors provided demonstrations, screenings and education.
April 20, 2018
10 am – 3 pm
The Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office participated in the Community Behavioral Health Fair.
Attendees gathered information and services for: Senior Health, Substance Use Disorder, Family Support and Crisis Intervention, Youth Health, Exercise and Nutrition, Suicide Prevention, and Adult Health.
There was a Hidden in Plain Sight exhibit as well as a Q & A with First Responders.
This event is sponsored by: The South Shore Behavioral Health Collaborative. The collaborative is a community partnership of Health Care Providers, Service Providers and Public Safety Officials.