School Resource Officers

Officers White, Morgan and K9 Harlow

Officers White, Morgan and K9 Harlow

My name is James White. I have lived in Abington since 2000. I was a student-athlete at Abington High School, graduating in 2013. I ran cross country in the fall, played basketball in the winter, and did track and field in the spring.

I have helped coach youth sports for the town, including basketball, football, and baseball. I enjoy traveling and playing basketball with friends. I am a diehard New England sports fan.

I attended Massasoit Community College where I received my Associates Degree in Criminal Justice. I transferred to Bridgewater State University, where I also studied Criminal Justice. I was accepted into the New Braintree State Police Municipal Academy and graduated in September of 2018. I joined the Abington Police Department full time in September 2018.

My name is Officer Gladys Morgan, I was born and raised in California. After High School I decided to go after one of my childhood dreams of becoming a United States Marines. Once completing Basic Training my job specialty was a Field Wireman 0612; which taught me to be a Telecommunicator. After I completed my tour as a Marine, I moved to Massachusetts and started the process to fulfill my second childhood dream of being a Police Officer. 

I was hired by Abington Police in 2021 and completed the 14th Recruit Training Class from the Randolph Police Academy. 
I am currently RAD instructor as well as a RAD Kids Instructor, and a Sexual Assault investigator. My current partner is K9 Harlow, a Yellow Labrador and he is currently training to become a Therapy Dog. K9 Harlow and I have been interim School Resource Officers since October 2022. 

School Resource Officer (SRO)

A school resource officer, by federal definition, is a career law enforcement officer with sworn authority who is deployed by an employing police department or agency in a community-oriented policing assignment to work in collaboration with one or more schools.

Please feel free to contact us at the school or police department if we can ever provide any assistance whatsoever. We are here to help keep you, the schools and the community safe however we can.

Always use 911 for emergencies.

Police Department at 781-878-3232
School Department at 781-982-2150