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Chief Christopher Blair

71 French King Highway
Erving, MA 01344

413-423-3310 daytime/week
Fax: 413-423-3340

Hours: 911 Emergency; Shelburne Control 24-hours 413-625-8200

The Erving Police Department Strives to create and preserve a feeling of safety and security within the community. Acting as partners with the community, we will respond to, and prevent crimes. We will promote safety and security while safeguarding the Constitutional Rights of all people, thus promoting a better standard of living throughout the community. We will endeavor to detect and investigate criminal activity, apprehend offender, recover stolen property and safely regulate the movement of vehicle traffic while maintaining the highest level of professionalism, through proper training and direction.

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Police Department Staff

Chief Christopher Blair


Chief Blair has been an Officer for over 18 years and was appointed to Chief of Police in June of 2004.

Officer Robert Holst


Officer Holst joined the Erving Police Department in April 2011, he is a full-time officer and the K-9 officer.

Officer Beth Kaczenski


Officer Kaczenski has been with the Erving Police for 20 years.


James Loynd


Officer James Loynd has been with the Erving Police Department since 2006.  He has been a police officer for over 8 years.  He was appointed to the fourth full-time officer in March of 2015.  Officer Loynd holds a Bachelors Degree in Political Science from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst.


Arthur Kaczenski
Updated:  05/17/2016
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