The Town of Marlborough is a partner in the State Police Resident Trooper program. Through the Resident Trooper program, small towns are offered the resources and infrastructure needed to support having its own town police officers to work alongside a State Trooper that is primarily assigned to work in one town.
Whenever the Resident Trooper or town police officers are not on duty, a patrol Trooper from the State Police barracks (Troop K in Colchester) responds to any calls for service in Marlborough, providing 24 hour coverage, seven days a week.
Your Resident Trooper and Town Police Officers embrace a community policing philosophy, by being engaged with the residents regarding community issues, proactively addressing quality of life issues for our residents, and diligently investigating crimes that affect the town and its residents, big or small.
Trooper First Class Jeff Dunshee - Trooper Dunshee has been a State Trooper for over ten years, with six of those years serving as the Resident Trooper for the town of Marlborough. Trooper Dunshee grew up and lived in town for 22 years. As “one of us” Trooper Dunshee's primary goal has always been to help ensure residents and their families the same safe environment and quality of life that he enjoyed growing up here.
Officer “Randy” Ransom has been a town resident since 1984. First hired by the town as a part time patrol officer in 1986 Randy later became the town's first full-time patrol officer. Officer Ransom’s goal has been to maintain a safe community by developing relationships and trust within the community. Known by almost every resident, Officer Ransom presence in town is a trusted reassurance that the community is well protected.
Officer Jay Kehoe has spent 38 years in the law enforcement community. After retiring from the Glastonbury Police Department, Officer Kehoe has worked in Marlborough for the past 13 years. He is committed to providing a safe community and improving the quality of life for all of the residents of Marlborough and our visitors. His goals are to deliver quality police services and enforce laws with equality and impartiality, and to partner with the community to reduce crime through public education, prevention, and awareness.
Emergency Calls: Dial 911
Non-Emergency Calls: Dial 860-465-5400 (To talk to a dispatcher, provide tips or get information)