May 19, 2011
By Phyllis Booth
Newly-elected Worcester county Sheriff Lew Evangelidis toured the NEADS – Dogs for Deaf & Disabled Americans – campus in Princeton last week to see the work done by officer supervised inmates as part of the community service program.
May 13, 2011
The Spencer New Leader
Leicester- An inmate work crew was recently at the Leicester Council on Aging Senior Center. On a visit to the center today the Sheriff spoke with the director Rachelle Cloutier, who said: “The crew did a wonderful job and their supervisor was great with them. The work is much appreciated as without it we could not have afforded to paint anything let alone a huge room like our dining area.” Read more…
Apr 29, 2011
The Leominster Champion
Lancaster- Since his election, Sheriff Evangelidis has dedicated himself to doubling the size of the community service program. The program not only saves communities thousands of dollars but also provides inmates with a feeling of productivity and dignity. The work-crews are made up of officer supervised inmates convicted of non-violent crimes who have earned their place in the program. The cities and towns of Worcester County saved over one million dollars in 2010 and the Worcester County Sheriff’s Department expects to double the savings in 2011. Read more…
Apr 28, 2011
West Boylston – Worcester County Sheriff Lew Evangelidis recently celebrated his 100th day in office. Upon his election he pledged to redefine the mission of the Sheriff’s Department.