CANTON, Mass. (December 7, 2016) – Over 150 law enforcement personnel from around Greater Boston attended the White House’s “Advancing 21st Century Policing Briefing,” held on December 5 at Bank of Canton’s corporate headquarters. Organized by Canton Police Chief Kenneth Berkowitz (right) and Boston Superintendent-In-Chief William Gross, and featuring Ronald L. Davis (center), director of the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS Office), the training focused on improving the relationship between citizens and police through innovative uses of data, understanding implicit bias, and communicating through social media. Bank of Canton President and CEO Stephen P. Costello (left) joined Chief Berkowitz and Mr. Davis to welcome the attendees.
About Bank of Canton
Established in 1835, Bank of Canton is a Massachusetts-chartered mutual savings bank that offers its consumer, business and government banking customers access to a full array of deposit, loan, investment and convenience service options. As a mutual savings bank, the bank has no stockholders and acts exclusively in the best interests of its customers and communities. The bank lends throughout Massachusetts, and has branches in Canton, Quincy and Randolph, and Mortgage Centers in Auburn and Marshfield. All deposits are fully insured between the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and the Depositors Insurance Fund (DIF). For more information, visit www.ibankcanton.com. Member FDIC. Member DIF. Equal Housing Lender. NMLS #408169.