For Immediate Release
Friday, Oct. 5, 2018
Contact: John Guilfoil
Email: [email protected]
NEMLEC Foundation Announces Annual Appreciation Dinner and Comedy Night
DRACUT — The Northeastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council (NEMLEC) Police Foundation, Inc. is pleased to announce its annual Appreciation Dinner and Comedy Night.
Friday, Nov. 30
- 6 p.m. Cocktail and Social Hour
- 7-9 p.m. Dinner
- 9 p.m. Comedy Show
Four Oaks Country Club, 1 Clubhouse Lane, Dracut
The NEMLEC Foundation will honor Chelsea Police Chief Brian Kyes for his continuous work on behalf of police departments throughout the commonwealth.
Chief Kyes has taken the lead on immigration enforcement reform, police accreditation and police training. It was through his leadership and exhaustive work that the Commonwealth received a dedicated funding source for police training. He was instrumental in working with the Baker Administration to establish legislation creating a surcharge from car rental fees to subsidize police training.
Chief Kyes also serves on the Mass Chiefs of Police Executive Committee, the Municipal Police Training Committee, the Massachusetts Police Accreditation Commission and is the Chairman of the Massachusetts Chiefs Legislative Committee.
“Chief Kyes is a tireless advocate for police throughout Massachusetts,” NEMLEC Foundation Chairman Richard Raymond said. “We’re excited to honor him for his constant work to enhance public safety, and celebrate his accomplishments on behalf of all of the communities in the commonwealth.”
Tickets for the event are $50 each, or tables of 10 can be purchased for $500.
There are also sponsorship opportunities ranging from $100 to $2,500. To learn more about the event, including sponsorship opportunities, click here.
About the NEMLEC Police Foundation:
The NEMLEC Police Foundation, Inc. exists to promote and pursue training, education, research, projects, and programs that benefit municipal police agencies and their communities in Northeastern Massachusetts. The foundation promotes the public’s understanding of their police departments. It receives gifts, contributions, and grants from individual benefactors or private organizations and distributes those gifts to benefit The North Eastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council and its cities and towns.