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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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    Tonight is night one of the 13th Auburn Police Department Citizen's Academy.
    The room is set, the manuals are ready to go and so are we.
    Excited to get started!
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    Over the weekend, the APD responded to hundreds of calls for service; made numerous motor vehicle stops and even several arrests...all of which is very typical for us.
    But starting at about 6am Friday morning, we started receiving calls from residents about a goat wandering around town.
    The goat was spotted on Jade Hill Road, Montclair Drive, Route 20 near Cube Smart storage, Bryn Mawr Avenue, Jerome Avenue near Hampton Street and then on Oxford Street North during the day and evening shifts on Saturday.
    Early Sunday morning, the mischievous runaway farm animal was spotted getting either on or off Route 290 at exit 9.
    By 10am, the goat had made its' way to the Swanson Road School; somehow still evading capture.
    Finally, at about 430am Monday, the goat had wrapped up its' tour of #Auburn and strutted into the La Quinta Hotel on Southbridge Street (presumably to rest a bit), where it was finally taken into "custody" and returned to its' owner, Peter Blash of the Blash Pig Farm in Millbury.
    So, as it turns out, Tom Brady was not the only 🐐 running wild this past weekend.
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    We still have limited numbers of patches and long sleeve shirts available at the APD in support of our #PinkPatchProject
    Come on down and grab one of each today before we run out.
    When you do get one, take a pic with it out and about or on vacation with you and tag us here or on Twitter @AuburnMAPolice
    Let's see what you can come up with for creative photos...
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