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Office of Law Enforcement – Environmental Police

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To Report Violations

Radio Room

(800) 632-8075

www.mass.gov/ole

Office OF LAW ENFORCEMENT (Boston)

Colonel Aaron Gross, Director

Lieutenant Colonel Chris Baker, Deputy Director
(617) 626-1650

(617) 626-1670 fax

251 Causeway Street, Suite 100

Boston, MA 02114

Inland Law Enforcement

Inland Bureau Headquarters

Major Wilton F. Gray III

Inland Bureau Chief

Captain Robert Forsythe

Inland Deputy Bureau Chief

(508) 366-1176

(508) 366-6537

(508) 366-1182 fax

183 Milk Street

Westborough, MA 01581

Coastal LAW Enforcement

Coastal Bureau Headquarters

Major Len Roberts

Coastal Bureau Chief

(781) 740-2577

(781) 740-2442

(781) 740-1163

(781) 740-4113 fax

30 Shipyard Drive, Building 45

Hingham, MA 02043

Captain Patrick Moran

Coastal Deputy Bureau Chief

(508) 992-8321

(508) 992-8323 fax

SPECIAL OPERATIONS: boat and RECREATION
VEHICLE SAFETY BUREAU
and MARINE THEFT bureau

Captain Merri Walker

State Boating Law Administrator

Inland Office: (508) 366-6537

Lt. Michael Grady

Boat & Recreation Vehicle Office:

(508) 564-4961

Sgt. Scott Maher

Marine Theft Bureau

251 Causeway Street, Suite 101

Boston, MA 02114

(617) 626-1666

Environmental CRIMES Strike Force

Sergeant David Loos

(617) 727-2200

(617) 727-5755 fax

1 Ashburton Place

Boston, MA 02108

Boat AND Recreation Vehicle OFFICE

(508) 564-4961

(508) 564-4962

(508) 564-4963

(508) 564-4964 fax

5202 Ent Steet,

Buzzards Bay, MA 02542

boat, ATV, and Snowmobile Registration Offices

Boston

251 Causeway St., Suite 100

Boston, MA 02114

(617) 626-1610

(617) 626-1630 fax

Fall River

218 South Main Street, 3rd Floor

Fall River, MA 02721

(508) 679-8287

(508) 679-0060 fax

Hyannis

60 Perseverance Way, Suite 101

Hyannis, MA 02601

(508) 771-8382

(508) 771-2334 fax

Springfield

165 Liberty Street, Lower Level

Springfield, MA 01103

(413) 733-1642

(413) 733-2154 fax

Worcester

67 Millbrook Street

Suite 350, 3rd Floor

Worcester, MA 01606

(508) 753-0603

(508) 752-6132 fax

Salvage of Deer & Moose

ROAD-KILLED DEER may be kept by a Massachusetts driver or passenger of vehicle killing said deer if reported to Law Enforcement at (800) 632-8075 immediately and then tagged at a DFW or Environmental Police office within 24 hours.

ROAD-KILLED MOOSE may not be kept by a Massachusetts driver or passenger of the vehicle killing the moose. The disposition of any moose carcass is only at the discretion of the Environmental Police or the Division of Fisheries & Wildlife. To report a road-killed moose, call the DFW at (508) 389-6300.

Regulations in red are new this year.

Purple text indicates an important note.

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