A POST Commission official confirmed Monday that 324 certified officers had yet to complete or report their required training
A new database has been unveiled that aims to make it easier for the public to get information on the police officers who serve their Massachusetts communities, a move officials hope will increase transparency and trust.
The Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Commission announced Monday that it has released a list of certified law enforcement officers. This first iteration of the database includes information on 8,225 officers with last names A-H and 1,094 officers who have graduated from academies since Dec. 1, 2021. There are 9,322 records contributed from 431 different agencies.
The current database can be accessed here. Users can search for officers by name.