Skip Navigation
Home         Contact Us
Detail Detail Detail

This table is used for column layout.

Norfolk County Police Anti-Crime Task Force (NORPAC)
The Norfolk County Police Anti-Crime Task Force, or NORPAC, is a multi-agency unit comprised of police detectives from fifteen police departments in Norfolk County. It was formed in 1987 under a grant by the US Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA). The BJA is a branch of the US Justice Department, and one of its missions is to funnel federal law enforcement grant money to the states. In 1987 the Massachusetts Committee on Criminal Justice was the state agency responsible for doling out BJA funds to state and local police departments. Today, that responsibility lies with the Office of Grants and Research of the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS).

Town of Millis • 900 Main Street • Millis, MA 02054 • (508) 376-7040
Contact Us Website Disclaimer & Privacy Policy Virtual Towns & Schools Website