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The city of Lowell is located in the state of Massachusetts, with a total of 110,997 people (as of 2019). As of the 2018 census, it was reported to be the 5th biggest city of Massachusetts. The city is located in the Middlesex County, at the junction of Concord and Merrimack rivers. The city was founded in the early 1800s as an emerging textile manufacturing center. Lowell was initially settled as a town but with the growing population it obtained land from the neighboring areas and then finally incorporated as a city in 1836. Lowell is known to be the cradle of American industrial revolution and a part of the Massachusetts miracle. It has a history of hosting several cultural events including country’s biggest free folk festival, Lowell Folk Festival.
Lowell Police Department is responsible for law enforcement and investigation in the 14.5 square miles city of Lowell, Massachusetts. The department has 184 police officers, 13 lieutenants, 30 sergeants, 2 deputy superintendent, 1 superintendent, 9 captains, and a total of 230 sworn officers. The department headquarters is located at:
50 Arcand Dr,
Formed in 1830, since Lowell police department established 4 police officers has lost in the line of duty. LPD has 10 precinct/substations, 76 marked patrol vehicles , 1 city jails, 21 watercrafts (Boston whaler), 57 unmarked vehicles, and 2 K-9 Units.
To pass the Lowell police department test, candidates must take a three-part examination. The police written test examines the candidate’s knowledge of math, memory, grammar/spelling, incident report writing, and reading comprehension. The physical abilities test examines a candidate’s performance at endurance, upper body strength, and mobility. Finally, candidates must take the interview exam and may be required to undertake a polygraph assessment too. Only the highest-scoring applicants on the Lowell police test will make it through to the academy.