Ashland Police Department

  • Agency: Ashland Police Department
  • Address: 137 Main St, Ashland, 01721 MA
  • Chief: Scott C Rohmer (Chief of Police)
Phone: 508-881-1212
Fax: 508-881-0105

Ashland Police Department is located at 137 Main St, Ashland, 01721 MA. The Chief of Police of the department is Scott C Rohmer. The Ashland Police Department phone number is 508-881-1212.

Ashland Police Department News

A major winter storm has been forecasted for Thursday, which is anticipated to bring heavy snow and winds to our area. In an effort to assist the DPW in clearing the roadways, the town has issued a parking ban on all streets starting 2 am on Thursday until 6 am Friday. Vehicles will not be permitted to park on any public ways during these hours. Violators will be towed at their owners expense. For convenience, parking will be permitted in the Town's Front Street Municipal Parking Lot during the ban. We are strongly discouraging any travel during the storm. If you don't need to go out, please stay home. Don't forget to bring your pets inside and check on your elderly neighbors. We will have additional personnel on hand to address the needs of our residents, so please don't hesitate to call on us.

Don't forget about our beloved furry friends in these times of extreme cold weather. Despite having fur, they can be affected by the cold just as quickly as we can. Bring them inside!

The dangers of Fentanyl are real in every community! This is a great PSA produced by our brothers and sisters with the Coventry, RI Police Department explaining the dangers and what you can do to protect yourself. https://www.facebook.com/Coventry.PD.RI/videos/891355867708488/

The Ashland Police Department would like to make residents aware that Eversource Gas along with a locksmith and a constable are going door to door checking on residents that may need gas turned back on after work in the area. Streets affected are Greenwood/Shore/Williams/Wenzell. If you have questions about your service call Eversource at (800) 592-2000.

Congratulations to Chief Kieth Robie on his well deserved promotion! We look forward to collaborating with you and continuing the long tradition of a close working relationship with our Brothers and Sisters on the Red Team!

Enjoy your retirement Chief! We hope to see you around town often!

The Ashland Police Department extends our best wishes to Ashland Fire DepartmentChief Scott Boothby on his pending well-desrved retirement. Chief Boothby has dedicated a majority of his life to public service, most of which has been in the Town of Ashland. We are proud to call him our friend and his presence will certainly be missed by our members. We would also like to offer our congratulations to Capt. Keith Robie who will be promoted to the rank of Chief on December 18th. Capt. Robie has been a long time public servant who will undoubtedly do great things with the department. We look forward to a continuing solid professional relationship with the Ashland Fire Department. http://www.metrowestdailynews.com/news/20171205/ashland-fire-chief-scott-boothby-to-retire

The Ashland and Holliston Police Departments are once again joining forces this holiday season for our annual "Fill A Cruiser" event to support Toys for Tots. We will be collecting unused and unwrapped toys on Sunday 12/10 from 10am-2pm. You can also leave your donations in one of the collection boxes inside the lobby of Ashland or Holliston Police Departments.

2 newer bikes were found near the recycle bins at the Ashland Library on the Concord Street side. If you are missing a bike or know someone who is contact APD at 508-881-1212 EXT 0.

The DPW is currently working to repair a water main break on Summer Street. A large percentage of the town is without water as a result. Summer Street is currently closed to traffic as crews work to repair the problem.

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APD currently assisting Transit Police with a fatality- pedestrian struck by a train. Expect significant delays in commuter rail service and traffic delays in the downtown area during rush hour. Media outlets that are seeking more information are advised to contact the MBTA Transit Police Department.

On Saturday October 28th, the APD participated in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. With the assistance of Officer Oestreicher and the Ashland Lions we collected 216.4 lbs of unwanted prescription medication!

Police and Fire units are on scene on Homer Ave for a report of a suspicious substance discovered in an envelope by a business owner. State Haz Mat team is enroute to examine the substance and evaluate the situation. Please avoid the area if possible.

Please note that due to a 5 Mile and Half Marathon road races in Ashland on Saturday October 28th, some roads will be temporarily closed. Please check for detours and plan your commute accordingly and watch for runners on the designated roads. Note that Pleasant street will be closed between 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM to all traffic. Howe Street will be closed for the duration of the road race. Portions of High Street will be closed during the day as well. We hope to resume normal traffic flows around 2 PM on October 28th. Thank you for your patience. Course maps can be found at this link: http://www.ashlandhalfmarathon.com/uploads/1/1/8/8/11886575/ashland_half_new_9_8_17.pdf

Anyone with information or who may have witnessed the incident or suspects is urged to contact the Holliston Police Department at (508) 429-1212.

Turn in your unused or expired medications at the Ashland Police Department during National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Saturday October 28th from 10am-2pm.

Several members of the APD enjoyed seeing old friends and meeting new ones this morning at our Coffee With A Cop event at the 33 Diner. Thank you to all who came out. It was a great way to start the day!

Coffee With A Cop Come join members of the Ashland Police Department for coffee and conversation this Wednesday 8am-11am at The 33 Diner, 33 Pond Street, Ashland. We hope to see you there!

Chief Davis and members of the Ashland Police Department attended a ceremony at the Statehouse today, where they witnessed the induction of Ashland Police Officer Louis Phipps into the Massachusetts Law Enforcement Memorial Foundation. Seven other Massachusetts Police Officers were also inducted along with Officer Phipps. It was an emotional day for all of the officers who attended and especially for the family members of our fallen heroes. These officers and their sacrifice will never be forgotten.

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