Welcome to the Maynard Police Department website. The Maynard Police Department is a full-service police agency providing Law Enforcement services twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. This site is designed to provide access to Maynard Officers and information about our community and the police department.
The Maynard Police Department provides residents and visitors of the Town of Maynard the highest level of public safety, emphasizing a pro-active, problem solving, and preventative approach to law enforcement.
The mission of the Maynard Police Department is to establish partnerships with the community, use innovative problem-solving approaches, preserve life, protect property, and build long-term relationships with the citizens of Maynard.
We take great pride in the services provided and through cooperative resolution of community safety, problems, and concerns we hope to jointly identify root causes and creatively investigate solutions for crime and disorder.
Thank you for visiting our website and I invite your comments and suggestions,
Mark W. Dubois
Chief of Police
About Chief Dubois
Chief Mark W. Dubois has been a police officer since 1991. He started as a part-time dispatcher, then full-time dispatcher and part-time officer in the Town of Sutton.
He was hired by the Northborough Police Department in 1994 as a patrolman and attended the Police Academy in Burlington. In 2000, he transferred to the Shrewsbury Police department, where he currently lives with his family. He was promoted to Sergeant in 2002 and Lieutenant in 2007. In Shrewsbury, his duties included managing dispatch, bicycle patrol, motorcycle patrol, marine patrol on Lake Quinsigamond, and Court prosecutions along with a host of other assignments.
In September 2012, he was appointed Police Chief for Maynard.
- NEMLEC – Executive Board – Secretary (Jan. 2015)
- Appointed to Governor Charlie Baker’s Transition Committee to work on a blueprint for the new administration.
- Appointed to the Governor’s Council on Domestic and Sexual Violence. Co-Chair the training working group.
- Lectures on several topics for the MPTC (Municipal Police Training Committee) such as Ethics and Courtroom procedure, was a former Staff Instructor for the recruit classes at the Boylston Police Academy.
Chief Dubois is a Judge Advocate in the United States Army Reserves, where he holds the rank of Major. He is currently assigned as the Command Judge Advocate of the 804th Medical Brigade located at Fort Devens.
He holds a Juris Doctor from the New England School of Law and a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Westfield State College.
The chief has been married for more than 23 years to his wife, Heather. They have three children, Jacob, Hayden, and Sophia. Jacob is a student at the Massachusetts Maritime Academy.