Maxx Training Center is a mixed martial arts gym directly across from the Police Station at 49 Rose St. The training…More center’s owner, former welterweight champ Mike Varner, can show you the ropes. With a staff specialized in Muay Thai, boxing and Jiu-Jitsu you can gain the confidence that comes with learning to defend yourself.
There are classes for both children and adults. Evening classes; closed Sunday.
The Stoughton Fire Department's Station #2 is located on Central Street, a little more than a mile from the downtown.…More Problems with mold forced this building to close in 2006, shortly after it was built. But Station #2 reopened in October 2010 and now serves as the Fire Department's headquarters, housing the department's administrative offices. David M. Jardin is the current Fire Chief and Mark Dolloff is the current deputy chief.
The mission of the Stoughton Fire Department, according to its website, is to "minimize the loss of life and property resulting from fires, medical emergencies, environmental, and other disasters...through fire suppression, advanced life support medical services, fire prevention, public education, code enforcement, and other emergent and non-emergent activities with properly trained and fully equipped personnel."
The business line for the Central Street Station is 781-344-3170, or 781-341-4084, or 781-297-0922.
The emergncy line for both the Central Street and Freeman Street stations is 911 or 781-344-3131.
The Stoughton Police headquarters is located on Rose Street, diagonally acorss from the Town Hall, and just past the…More downtown area. The current building opened in 1999. The Police Department responds to general disturbance calls and other emergenices, but according to Executive Officer Robert Devine, the Police Department wants to avoid being seen as just a "9-1-1 organization." Therefore, crime reduction and crime prevention are two major goals for the department.
The Police Department offers various community outreach services, like youth after school programs, as well as programs dealing with crime prevention in the business community or internet safety and drug prevention. Free CPR training and free inspection of child safety seats is also available.
The current Chief of Police is Paul J. Shastany, who oversees an Executive Officer, two lieutenants, nine sergeants, four detectives and 33 patrolmen.
There is a community room in the Police Station available for small functions. Visit the police website for more details about the department, or visit the department's Facebook page.