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

Auxiliary Sergeants Doucette and Schmidt were on duty tonight assisting the annual Kinder Care Halloween parade, patrolling neighborhoods handing out glow sticks to the trick-or-treaters and ensuring their safety. As you can see they truly enjoyed the festivities! Thank you Gentlemen!

The Ashland Police and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration are teaming up once again to give the public the opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs. The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked. Liquids, needles, or sharps cannot be accepted, only pills or patches. Residents can drop off their medications from 10 AM to 2 PM on Saturday, October 27th at The Ashland Police Department is located at 137 Main Street, Ashland.

Main Street at the downtown railroad crossing will be closed beginning Friday 11/2 at 9pm until midnight on Monday morning 11/5 as repairs are made to the rail crossing and grade. Detours will be in place and detail officers will be present to assist motorists and pedestrians. Access will still be available to local businesses in the area.

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Route 135 has reopened.

Patrol dealing with multiple issues effecting traffic right now. 1. RR crossing on Main Street malfunctioning 2. Disabled TT unit on West Union Steet by Summer and Union Street. Avoid these area if you can

^^^^^^^UPDATE - UNION STREET (RT. 135) will need to be CLOSED to repair a water break in the vicinity of #180. Detours will be in place from 7: 00 PM tonight until the repairs are completed (approx 4-8 HRS). Union Street will be closed to westbound traffic at Chestnut and Homer and closed to eastbound traffic at Main Street. Please be patient and seek alternate routes. The DPW continues to repair a water main break on Rte 135 between Main St. and Homer Ave. Expect significant traffic delays this afternoon during the rush hour commute. Avoid the area if possible.

Ashland's Annual Halloween Parade Friday October 26th @ 6pm

WE ARE HIRING! The Town of Ashland is accepting applications for the position of Assistant Animal Control Officer to fill one (1) part-time weekend (Sat/Sun) shift. Candidates must be able to be on call for a 24/7 operation, including holidays and weekends. Must possess a high school diploma or equivalent and three years of experience in animal control or related work. Position for weekend shift includes on call stipend of $50 per day with hourly rate of $18-$20 per hour for actual hours worked. Hours greatly vary with an average of about 3 hours per day. Interested candidates should apply online at ashlandmass.com Details can be found at: www.ashlandmass.com. AA/EOE.

South Street is closed as crews work to remove a commercial vehicle that drove off the roadway. Please seek an alternate route!

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Last evening at approximately 7:28 pm, this department assisted the MBTA Transit Police with a pedestrian fatality involving a train in the area of the Fountain Street bridge. This department will not be commenting further on the incident. Media outlets seeking additional information should contact the MBTA Transit Police at 617-222-1212.

THURSDAY 9/20 8am -4pm: DPW crews will be repairing the catch basins at the corner of Summer St and Main St. Traffic traveling southbound on Main St. will not be permitted to turn right onto Summer St during this time. Traffic will be detoured to Route 135. Please plan your commute accordingly.

Today we remember Ashland Police Officer Charles E. Cadorette. End of Watch Monday, September 11, 1967. NEVER FORGOTTEN. https://www.odmp.org/officer/2650-patrolman-charles-e-cadorette

Town Manager Michael Herbert and Police Chief Craig Davis are pleased to announce that Lawrence Rodkey and Katrina Anderson have graduated from the police academy on September 5th. Both Rodkey and Anderson attended the 26 week long MBTA Police Academy in Quincy. The academy challenged these new officers academically, physically and mentally. Both are exceptional officers and we congratulate them and welcome them to their new careers protecting and serving the community of Ashland. The new officers will begin their “on the job” training on Monday for approximately 9 weeks.

***UPDATE: All roads in the downtown area are now open. Water service was restored last night, and the intersection has been patched by the DPW. Expect to see more work to this intersection over the coming week, as crews complete finish work there.*** The Dept. Of Public Works anticipates water service and road repairs will go on throughout the night. We still do not have an anticipated time for water service restoration. Parts of Main Street and Summer Street are still closed to traffic. Traffic delays will be extremely heavy during the afternoon rush hour. We strongly urge commuters to avoid the downtown area and seek alternate routes.

Congratulations to Foxborough PD!