Ashland Police Department – Lateral Transfer Police
Civil Service Lateral Transfer Police Officer Wanted
The Town of Ashland Police Department is currently seeking
highly motivated experienced police officers for lateral transfer to The Ashland
Police Department. Interested candidates must be currently employed by a civil
service department. Candidates must have the highest integrity, excellent
written and oral communication skills, and the ability to solve problems in
high stress situations. The Ashland Police Department offers a competitive
salary and benefits package based on past experience. Many opportunities exist
in The Ashland Police Department for qualified personnel. The selection process
will include but not limited to an extensive background investigation, physical
and psychological examinations.
Interested candidates should send their resume to
Lieutenant David J. Beaudoin, Ashland Police Department, 137 Main Street, Ashland
The Town of Ashland
is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Ashland is once again participating in the free Middlesex Sheriffs Office Youth Public Safety Academy. Kids who have never attended before will be given priority, and all forms to include the medical need to be sent in at the same time for consideration.
Please see the link below for information
Police Chief Search Consultant RFP- see attached for details.
Contact below with questions:
Selectmen/Town Manager Office
101 Main Street, 1st Floor, Ashland, MA 01721
Citizen Screening Committee
A Citizen Screening Committee will be used to assist the Town Manager in evaluating vendor submittals for award of the Executive Search for Police Chief. This group will assist in evaluating each proposal against both the Qualitative and Comparative Evaluation Criteria outlined in the Request for Proposal. It is intended that this group will comprise between 5-7 citizens representing a diverse cross section from our community. Those citizens interested in being considered for this committee should fill out and file an Ashland Talent Bank Form (Due by May 3, 2013) not only expressing their interest, but also an outline of the Knowledge, Skills and Abilities that the citizen feels would make them a valuable contributor to this important effort in selecting the firm that will search, recruit and present top candidates for the position of Ashland Police Chief. Talent Bank Forms are to be submitted to Ms. Susan Robie at Town Hall by the due date above.
The Ashland Police Department wishes to inform its citizens of an ongoing scam being reported as follows;
Elderly female received a call from a male party stating he was from Publisher's Clearing House and that she had won one million dollars. In order to claim the prize she needed to obtain a money order for $500 from Walgreens, Walmart or CVS and on the back write "Pak-reloadable". According to the reporting party the caller advised her that his name was James Thomas and she should contact him at 978-218-6576 or 702-347-1154 and they would set up a time to a "special delivery man" could come by and then gave her a bar code that she was to put on the money order. At that point they would provide her with a check for $1 million.