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Fitzgerald Safety Complex
27 Elm Street
Plaistow, NH 03865
Emergency 911
Police Business:
(603) 382-6816 / (603) 382-1200 / (603) 382-6207
(603) 382-4172
Administrative Office Hours
Monday - Friday
6:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Police Cruiser and Motorcycle
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Parent Information Night – Prescription Drugs and Heroin Abuse
April 8th @ 6:30 PM

The Plaistow Police Department D.A.R.E. Officers will be presenting a parent information night on April 8, 2015 at 6:30 pm, Pollard School cafeteria, 120 Main St. in Plaistow. The information presented will focus on the use and abuse of prescription drugs and the heroin epidemic currently affecting our area.

There will be a question and answer session for parents. Also, representatives from Family Mediation and Hampstead Hospital will be present to offer local resource information. This presentation is open to all parents within the Timberlane Regional School District but no one will be turned away. Please join us for an informative night to support the welfare of our youth in our communities.     


Please click on the pdf below to view the Proposed Plaistow Public Safety Complex Expansion Brochure
Warrant Article #P-15-03

Proposed Plaistow Public Safety Complex Expansion.pdf





New Hampshire Police Association


National Telecommunications Week
April 13, 2014 - April 19, 2014


National Police Week
May 11, 2015 - May 17, 2015


A Child is Missing Alert Program

This Department participates in the "A Child is Missing" Alert Program.  This program works similar to a reverse 911.  This program is from a nationwide non-profit organization that helps Law Enforcement agencies across the country.  For more information on the organization and this program you can visit their website at


Police Officers’ Freedom Bill for Children

1.  Every child has a right to a drug-free environment.

2.  Every child has a right to be free from violence.

3.  Every child has a right to live free and protected from all forms of physical, sexual, and  
     psychological abuse.

4.  Every child has a right to possess property without fear of theft.

5.  Every child has a right to a role model such as a police officer, whose responsibility is to  
     provide guidance towards a lawful path in life.

6.  Every child has a right to actively participate in youth programs offered by communities    
     and law enforcement agencies.

7.  Every child has a right to enjoy life to its fullest, to achieve their dreams and become
     law-abiding and productive citizens of our society.

8.  Every child has a right to be protected against all forms of harassment and discrimination.

9.  Every child has the guaranteed right to equal protection under the law.

View the Plaistow Police Department's 2010
Feasibility Study for New Police Facility:

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Mission Statement

The mission of the Plaistow Police is to protect our residents and all those who pass through our Town.  This goal will be accomplished by forming and maintaining positive and informative relationships with the community to improve the quality of life and safety for future generations through establishing high standards of impartial and professional law enforcement.

Core Values

circlebullet.jpg        Dedication
circlebullet.jpg        Serving with Pride
circlebullet.jpg        Fairness to All
circlebullet.jpg        Peers
circlebullet.jpg        Community
circlebullet.jpg        Positive Approach
circlebullet.jpg        Learn from the Past
circlebullet.jpg        Meet the Present Challenge
circlebullet.jpg        Plan for the Future

Town of Plaistow, New Hampshire    145 Main Street, Plaistow, NH 03865    Phone:(603) 382-5200
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