On behalf of the men and women of the Auburn Police Department, I would like to take this opportunity to personally welcome you to our webpage. The dedicated officers of the Auburn Police Department are committed to maintaining peace and safety throughout our community by providing high-quality police services that are responsive to the needs of its’ citizens.
The mission of the Auburn Police Department is to preserve peace, to reduce crime and the fear of it, while striving to improve the quality of life of Auburn’s residents. We are committed to improving the collaboration between community residents, businesses and police officers through the use of industry wide best practices, complete transparency and a robust program of officer training and true career development.
These objectives are the core values of every member of our agency. It is my fundamental belief that the police are only truly successful with the support of the community they serve, and that begins with establishing a genuine, enduring relationship between the community and the police.
The Auburn Police Department is committed to enhancing our community and neighborhood policing efforts by responsibly deploying our officers based on identified community needs. Our agency prides itself on our proactive style of police work and believe that this approach drastically reduces crime and helps keep our community safe. The Auburn Police Department proudly maintains a strong working relationship with our public safety partners at the Auburn Fire Department as well as our federal, state, and local law enforcement counterparts.
It is my honor and privilege to serve as the Chief of Police in the Town of Auburn. Working together, we will accomplish even greater things.
Chief Todd R. Lemon
View the Auburn Police Department Public Log. Learn more about our calls for service and daily functions.
If you have been in an accident in the Town of Auburn, and the Auburn Police Department completed a report, you may access it here.
View departmental forms and applications.
Submit a Public Records Request to the Auburn Police Department Records Department.
Apply for an FID, LTC, or a License to Possess a Machine Gun.
View Sex Offender Information related to our community.
Established in 2018, two years after the murder of Officer Tarentino, The Officer Ronald Tarentino, Jr. Charitable Fund is a non-profit organization dedicated to honoring Ron’s memory through Acts of Kindness, Acts of Generosity, and Service to the Community.
416 Oxford Street North
Auburn, Massachusetts 01501
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Auburn Police Department 416 Oxford Street North Auburn Massachusetts 01501