Hudson Police Chief Retires, Effectively Immediately

February 13, 2019
Lowell Sun

A Sun Staff Report

HUDSON -- The Board of Selectmen announced Tuesday evening the retirement of Police Chief Jason Lavoie, effective immediately.

Lavoie began his career with the Hudson Police Department in February of 1991 as a patrol officer and rose through the ranks becoming chief of police in January 2009.

Selectmen thanked Lavoie for his many years of service to the Hudson community and wishes him well in his retirement.

Selectmen has appointed Police Captain William M. Avery to the position of interim police chief, effective immediately. Avery is a 26 year law enforcement veteran and after holding several other ranks in the police department, was appointed to the position of captain in February 2009.

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