Dispatch: (603) 284-7777
Fax: (603) 284.9209
Do Not Report in-progress or immediate service calls to officer's voice mails, via e-mail or facebook. For these types of calls contact our dispatch 284-7777 or call 911.
The police department does not reply to any complaint via facebook. Be advised that if you send a message to the department regarding an inquiry or non-emergency report by e-mail that it is not regularly checked by officers. The best way to have a response to any call is contact our dispatch center at 284-7777.
P.O. Box 272
68 Maple Street
Center Sandwich, NH
Community Policing Award
International Association of Chiefs of Police
The Sandwich Police Department is a progressive community-oriented police department that provides both traditional and non-traditional police services to the residents and visitors of our community.
The Sandwich Police Department realizes that Sandwich being both in the Lakes Region and at the foothills of the White Mountains is both a popular vacation destination as well as a major through way to other attractions in the Granite State, thus we strive to be a visible and helpful presence to our residents and visitors.
The Sandwich Police Department also takes an active role promoting positive values with the young people of our community. The Sandwich Police Department, in cooperation with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, present the D.A.R.E program in our elementary school. The department is also active with the Boy Scouts and present other safety based programs to our young children on a regular basis.
If the Sandwich Police Department can be of any assistance to you PLEASE do not hesitate to call on us.
The Sandwich Police Department utilizes several social media and other resources to get information out to you:
Follow us on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sandwich-NH-Police-Department/177423212296216
To receive update to date traffic delays road closures or other current community event information visit Nixle and register your phone and/or e-mail at their web site: http://www.nixle.com
A CHILD IS MISSING:
This is an alert system that is utilized in without the issuance of or in conjunction with an Amber or Silver Alert. That can be used to locate lost children or elderly persons. The alert system will give you vital information and numbers to call to assist us in locating the person we are looking for. The alert system works with both land-line and cell phones, however, cell phones need to registered separately. To learn more about A Child is Missing or to register your cell phone visit their website at: http://www.achildismissing.org/
Sandwich, NH Crime Index provided by City Data: http://www.city-data.com/crime/crime-Sandwich-New-Hampshire.html
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