They both completed advanced training from the FBI LEEDA Supervisory Institute. She was also in Tampa with "Super Chief" Jane Castor, shadowing her. It is filled from top to bottom with well-trained professionals in law enforcement. The members of this department would like to wish the Chief a very happy and healthy retirement.And, with all the lessons Chief Shastany has taught, and all the training he made sure was delivered, the Stoughton Police Department will continue to be a leader in law enforcement circles. The Chief has laid a foundation of strength, stability, and leadership.Chief Shastany is confident that both of these well-trained individuals will handle their assignments well, and the department will remain at a high level of effectiveness, professionalism, and integrity. She was also a union president, so she is familiar with negotiations, contracts and grievances. He's an instructor with Mass Police Training Committee. "I have never felt so humbled in my life," he told Snyder's Stoughton, "The support was overwhelming. I love everyone in Stoughton and I loved serving the community.Both Mc Gowan and Mc Namara were classmates, who graduated in 1990 from Stoughton High. Mc Namara went to Kennedy School of Government at Harvard for Women CEO's and Women In Power. 40 years in law enforcement, and in one day, it's over." Shastany told me that one of his law enforcement gurus, Greg Hamilton, Sheriff of Travis County, Texas, told him, "Love your enemies. You can have no malice in your heart, so that you can try to understand their point of view." Chief Shastany leaves a department that is a model for police departments all over the country. (Photo by Jeffrey Pickette) BREAKING NEWS SHASTANY LEAVING THIS FRIDAY FROM THE STOUGHTON POLICE DEPARTMENT: "Chief Paul Shastany has announced that Friday March 4, 2016 will be his last day here at the Stoughton Police Department.He most recently completed a two-year role in Asia, serving as Artistic Director for Resorts World Sentosa, where he created and staged the multi-million dollar hit productions, “Voyage De La Vie” and “The Lightseeker”.
BREAKING NEWS---Stoughton Police Chief Paul Shastany, whose reign officially ends on April 29 (although he has worked his last shift), has named an interim chief, Lt. The first female lieutenant on the force, becomes the first female chief in Stoughton's history. And, as for assessments, every day is like an assessment center under me.
We have been groomed to become the model for proactive approaches to the latest in police practices. We can not say we won't be the same without you, we won't be the same because of you." VOTES OF NO CONFIDENCE IN TOWN MANAGER MICHAEL HARTMAN To the members of Stoughton board of selectman, and the citizens of Stoughton: On behalf of the Stoughton Firefighters, and our families, we stand in unity with our fellow town employees unanimously, with a no confidence vote on Town Manager Michael Hartman. Hartman's micromanaging has fostered a work environment which continues to be contentious, and demoralizing.
His lack of communication, and unwillingness to recognize the value of dedicated employees has cost him to lose the trust of the firefighter's of local 1512.
For the 1920’s, it was a modern masterpiece of architecture.
According to historical records, the State Theatre presented daily moving pictures and vaudeville performances, making it one of the finest amusement facilities in the region.