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Andrew J. Sluckis, Jr.  Chief of Police

Our Goals

  • Reduce crime, the fear of crime, and improve the quality of life of Auburn's residents.
  • Improve the trust and collaboration between community residents, businesses and police officers
  • Augment education and training of crime prevention and youth intervention.
  • Remain on the cutting edge of best practices that promote safe, livable, viable neighborhoods and business districts.

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    Yesterday the Auburn Middle School 8th graders braved the pouring rain to visit the National Law Enforcement Memorial and pay their respects to Massachusetts State Police Trooper Clardy and Officer Tarentino while on their trip to our nation's capital.
    Thank you to SRO Brian Kennedy for the photo

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    The Memorial Square at the intersection of Rochdale Street and Zabelle Ave. is starting to take shape thanks to the DPW and a few volunteers.
    Ron's son Spenser, Sergeant Gregg Wildman and Officer Bryan Porcaro are volunteering their time and expertise to do the brick and other masonry work.
    Stay tuned for an announcement on the dedication date.

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    The support we have received from the Massachusetts State Police over the course of the last year will never be forgotten. We couldn't possibly ever thank all of you enough. ...

    One year has gone by, we stood to honor you then, and have not forgotten you, we still stand and honor you today. One year ago today, Auburn MA Police Department Officer Ronald Tarantino made the ultimate sacrifice. Last week we stood together with our Auburn brothers in Washington D.C. as we placed Trooper Tom Clardy and Officer Tarantino on the National Law Enforcement Memorial wall, and we will continue to stand with you. Ron, you will not be forgotten.

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