Alstead NH Police Department

Alstead NH Police Department Serving the citizens of the Town of Alstead, NH through community policing and outreach. This page is NOT monitored 24/7 and is not monitored on weekends.
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Merry Christmas from Alstead Police Department! Don’t drink and drive and remember to wear your stretchy pants!
12/25/2020

Merry Christmas from Alstead Police Department! Don’t drink and drive and remember to wear your stretchy pants!

This tool bag (with its contents spilled out) was found late this morning on the sharp corner by the Library. Thankfully...
12/21/2020

This tool bag (with its contents spilled out) was found late this morning on the sharp corner by the Library. Thankfully some kind ladies recovered what they could and turned it in to us! If you were hurrying to your job site, you may not have noticed its absence until you arrived. Please call the Alstead Police at 835-6277 to identify your tools and the brand of bag.

During this Holiday season, many people wish to be generous and donate to help Emergency Services workers. This is wonde...
12/08/2020

During this Holiday season, many people wish to be generous and donate to help Emergency Services workers. This is wonderful, unfortunately, SCAMMERS know this and attempt to prey on kind-hearted folks' generosity by soliciting for "charities" and "foundations" that sound as though they may be legitimate (American Alliance for Police, for example). Please do not be fooled into giving them credit card or bank information!

If you wish to donate, we encourage you to do it locally where most or all of your money stays in your town. Very often, Ambulance, Fire and Police departments are staffed by your neighbors and your donation goes toward equipment or training that is not covered by their regular department budgets.

If you feel you have been tricked by a fraudulent charity, please do not hesitate to contact your local police department.

Great spirit and turnout tonight at the tree lighting! Many thanks again to those who volunteered their skills and servi...
12/05/2020

Great spirit and turnout tonight at the tree lighting! Many thanks again to those who volunteered their skills and services: Wendy and Ray Rawling (and family), Mike Kercewich and Rice Tree for the light setup, Alstead Fire Department, Alstead PD and Alstead General Store for snacks, Alstead Highway Department for fire setup, Phil and Janet Warren (and Mike and Max) for wagon rides, Lisa Young for her “Night Before Christmas” reading and Pat Patnode for her song leading. It truly takes a village and ours came together to create a special time tonight!

The Tree on Millot Green is ready to go! Gathering will start at 6 PM Friday, December 4th; followed by lighting the tre...
12/03/2020

The Tree on Millot Green is ready to go! Gathering will start at 6 PM Friday, December 4th; followed by lighting the tree, caroling led by Pat Patnode, and a reading of "The Night Before Christmas" by Lisa Young. Phil and Janet Warren will have their horse team and wagon available, there will be hot chocolate and donuts (donated by The Alstead General Store and The Alstead Police Department) and the Alstead Fire Department will be selling chili and gingerbread! We are all excited to get into the Holiday Spirit!

UPDATE: We have a volunteer to lead the group in outdoor singing! Word sheets will be provided. Still looking for someon...
11/30/2020

UPDATE: We have a volunteer to lead the group in outdoor singing! Word sheets will be provided. Still looking for someone willing to read "The Night Before Christmas" (with expression) aloud to the kiddos!

The Alstead Police Department is coordinating a Tree Lighting Ceremony for Friday, December 4th at 6 PM. Light refreshments will be provided. Volunteers are still needed to lead caroling and we welcome any other ideas! Please call the station at 603-835-6277 or PM us to volunteer.

Many Thanks to Corporal Rawling (and Ray R., Danny F. and Ben F.), Michael Kercewich and Rice's Tree Service for volunteering their time, energy and equipment to set up the lights on the Millot Green tree; and thank you to John Flanagan and Scott and Laura LaMears for donating lights!

UPDATE: Kitty was reunited with her family! She had traveled a bit from Alstead to Langdon, but is home! Thanks to all w...
11/15/2020

UPDATE: Kitty was reunited with her family! She had traveled a bit from Alstead to Langdon, but is home! Thanks to all who shared this post.
Found near 5 Winch Hill in Langdon! Friendly female cat, please post if you lost her, finders will be in touch.

Great turnout at Trunk or Treat tonight! Corporal Rawling even talked with a future officer ❤️ Thank you to all who hand...
10/31/2020

Great turnout at Trunk or Treat tonight! Corporal Rawling even talked with a future officer ❤️ Thank you to all who handed out candy to the kiddos!

While today's snow was not the storm of the decade, winter is upon us and that means lots of the white stuff! Please be ...
10/30/2020

While today's snow was not the storm of the decade, winter is upon us and that means lots of the white stuff! Please be reminded to clear your vehicles of snow and ice. According to RSA 265:79-b (negligent driving) it is a violation that can carry a fine of at least $310 for a first offense. Thank you for being considerate of other drivers!

Just a reminder about the Trunk or Treat at Millot Green on 10/31 from 5-7 PM (sponsored by Alstead Police Department). ...
10/28/2020

Just a reminder about the Trunk or Treat at Millot Green on 10/31 from 5-7 PM (sponsored by Alstead Police Department). Besides several family vehicles, we also will be joined by volunteers from Alstead Ambulance and Alstead Fire Department! There is still time to join us with your decorated vehicle, just call the station at 603-835-6277 and we will take your info over the phone. If you leave a message, please leave a call back number.

Last Saturday, National Take Back Day in Alstead netted 24 pounds of prescription and OTC drugs and kept them out of cir...
10/27/2020

Last Saturday, National Take Back Day in Alstead netted 24 pounds of prescription and OTC drugs and kept them out of circulation and out of the water supply! If you missed the drop off, some local Police Departments have boxes all year: Walpole, Keene, Charlestown and Bellows Falls.

Corporal Rawling has been busy raising money for the Monadnock Child Advocacy Center and true to her word, she is colori...
10/24/2020
Wendy's page

Corporal Rawling has been busy raising money for the Monadnock Child Advocacy Center and true to her word, she is coloring her hair (because she cannot grow a beard) based on her fundraising efforts! To date, she has raised $860 to assist the Center with facilitating interviews between juveniles and law enforcement. Look in the comments below to see Corporal Rawling’s rainbow hair. Click here to donate securely:

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/wendy-rawling?utm_source=Sharethis&utm_medium=fundraising&utm_content=wendy-rawling&utm_campaign=pfp-email&utm_term=09b6ebef2cc64185a550e52f6ae87491

Help Wendy Rawling raise money to support The Granite State Children's Alliance

This year, in addition to traditional Trick or Treating, Alstead Police Department is sponsoring a FREE Trunk or Treat o...
10/23/2020

This year, in addition to traditional Trick or Treating, Alstead Police Department is sponsoring a FREE Trunk or Treat on 10/31 from 5-7 PM. This will be a fun, safe, family event where children spend the evening going from trunk to trunk, collecting candy from volunteers who have decorated their vehicle. This is an opportunity for those living farther out to enjoy giving treats and seeing the kids dressed in their costumes. This event will be held rain or shine!

Decorated vehicles will be limited so you must register to reserve a space (at no cost) by October 27, 2020. Please email [email protected] or [email protected] or stop by the Alstead Police Department for a registration form

At the Alstead Police Station, Millot Green, 15 Mechanic Street. No Sharps (including Epi-pens and Diabetic) or Liquids.
10/22/2020

At the Alstead Police Station, Millot Green, 15 Mechanic Street. No Sharps (including Epi-pens and Diabetic) or Liquids.

Recently, several residents have had political campaign signs removed from their property. Besides being rude and un-nei...
10/22/2020

Recently, several residents have had political campaign signs removed from their property. Besides being rude and un-neighborly, this is a violation of a NH RSA. In addition to the available criminal penalties for violating RSA chapter 664, the Legislature has established a civil penalty of up to $1,000 per violation for "removing, defacing, or destroying political advertising on private property." RSA 664:21, VI (a)-(b).
This has been a difficult season, let's remember at the end of the day, to look out for our neighbors, regardless of our differences.

Alstead Police Department will be participating in Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, October 24; 10 am - 2 pm at the polic...
10/18/2020

Alstead Police Department will be participating in Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, October 24; 10 am - 2 pm at the police station located at 15 Mechanic Street (Millot Green). Prescription and OTC pills accepted, NO liquids or sharps (including Epi-Pens and Diabetic Pens). Any questions please call 603-835-6277

TRUNK or TREAT                                        At the Millot GreenThis year, in addition to traditional Trick or ...
10/13/2020

TRUNK or TREAT
At the Millot Green

This year, in addition to traditional Trick or Treating, Alstead Police Department is sponsoring a FREE Trunk or Treat on 10/31 from 5-7 PM. This will be a fun, safe, family event where children spend the evening going from trunk to trunk, collecting candy from volunteers who have decorated their vehicle. This is an opportunity for those living farther out to enjoy giving treats and seeing the kids dressed in their costumes. This event will be held rain or shine!

Decorated vehicles will be limited so you must register to reserve a space (at no cost) by October 27, 2020. Please email [email protected] or [email protected] or stop by the Alstead Police Department for a registration form.

This morning, Corporal Rawling collected a large amount of garbage that people had left behind (see picture). We all enj...
10/06/2020

This morning, Corporal Rawling collected a large amount of garbage that people had left behind (see picture). We all enjoy hanging out at Millot Green with its fresh air and wide open space for sports, but PLEASE pick up your trash and take it with you! The Town does not provide barrels due to animal issues in the past. We highly doubt that youngsters are following this page, so Adults, if your children and grandchildren frequent this public area, please inform them that Corporal Rawling will ID them all and charge them with littering!

For COMMERCIAL customers:A message from Conner Jennings, Community Relations at EversourceGood Afternoon,The moratorium ...
10/05/2020

For COMMERCIAL customers:
A message from Conner Jennings, Community Relations at Eversource

Good Afternoon,

The moratorium on utility disconnections for non-payment for commercial customers ended on September 15, 2020 in the Granite State. As such, Eversource is resuming some collections activities – activities which have been suspended since the pandemic began in March. We have worked collaboratively with state regulators, our peer utilities and consumer and low-income advocates to ensure we struck the right balance on timing, flexible payment programs and protections before resuming these activities. With that in mind, disconnect notifications resumed for business customers in New Hampshire on September 25, and disconnections for non-payment are planned to resume for business customers on October 9—this coming Friday.

Our goal is always to have customers resolve their arrears and avoid a disconnection of service. If any customer is struggling to pay their bill or is worried about paying in the future, the most important thing they can do is contact us at 844-273-7760. We are available to work one-on-one with our business customers and are offering a special, flexible payment arrangement — with no down payment for eligible customers — and up to 12 months to pay. Once enrolled and as long as payments are made, customers are protected from service disconnection for the duration of the plan.

PLEASE NOTE: If any resident is having trouble paying their utility bill, ALL customers are encouraged to visit www.eversource.com/billhelp for additional payment options, assistance programs and ways to save money and energy, which they may find helpful.

Corporal Wendy Rawling of the Alstead Police Department is raising money for the Monadnock Regional Child Advocacy Cente...
10/02/2020
Wendy's page

Corporal Wendy Rawling of the Alstead Police Department is raising money for the Monadnock Regional Child Advocacy Center throughout the month of October in the “Beards for Bucks” challenge. Our department has utilized the resources of the Center on multiple occasions and support this cause. Because Rawling’s ability to grow facial hair is limited by her gender, she will be dyeing strips of her hair for dollars that are raised. More dollars = More colors! Hopefully, by the end of October, Wendy’s hair will be a veritable rainbow! Below, please find more information about the MRCAC and a link to donate.

Since 2007 the Monadnock Region Child Advocacy Center (MRCAC) has been utilized by Cheshire County law enforcement departments, the Cheshire County Attorney's Office, and the Keene District Office of DCYF for child forensic interviews of children suspected of being victims of abuse. MRCAC utilizes a team-based therapeutic approach to ensure that child victims receive caring trauma-informed services. As a program of the Granite State Children's Alliance, MRCAC is administered by a non-profit corporation that relies on outside funding and donations to meet the cost of operations. Since 2016 local Cheshire County Law Enforcement agencies, led by the Keene and Marlborough Police Departments, have helped MRCAC raise crucial operation funds by allowing their Officers to participate in the annual Beards for Bucks Fundraiser. MRCAC is grateful for Police Department Chiefs who allow their officers to participate in Beards for Bucks, and we are also grateful for all of the individual officers who decide to fundraise.

Click here to donate securely: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/wendy-rawling?utm_source=Sharethis&utm_medium=fundraising&utm_content=wendy-rawling&utm_campaign=pfp-email&utm_term=09b6ebef2cc64185a550e52f6ae87491

Help Wendy Rawling raise money to support The Granite State Children's Alliance

09/14/2020
Social Security Phone Scam PSA

Some area residents have been contacted via telephone (both landline and cellular) that there has been "suspicious activity" on their Social Security accounts. The SS Administration never threatens you or requires money from you, nor do they request personal information from you for "confirmation". Please hang up immediately and report this fraudulent activity to the Office of the Inspector General through the following link: https://oig.ssa.gov/ or call them at 1-800-269-0271

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=60&v=QrHFNdjcp2s&feature=emb_title

Social Security takes protecting your personal information seriously. We want to warn you about telephone scammers pretending to be government employees. Do ...

For the first time in nearly 6 months, school buses in the FMRSD begin running their routes again with students on Tuesd...
09/07/2020

For the first time in nearly 6 months, school buses in the FMRSD begin running their routes again with students on Tuesday, September 8 and the traffic associated with drop-off and pick-up at schools will be a nightmare. Consider this your warning...if you think getting stuck behind a school bus slows your commute down, your trip will be lengthened even more by getting pulled over and ticketed! Please plan accordingly!

REMINDER: The Alstead Police Department still has many helmets available for children in the Fall Mountain School Distri...
08/11/2020

REMINDER: The Alstead Police Department still has many helmets available for children in the Fall Mountain School District. These helmets are provided courtesy of CHAD and Kohl's Cares and are FREE! Please stop by Monday 8-4, Tuesday or Thursday 8-12 or contact us at 835-6277 to arrange for a pickup. If the child is not with you, we must have a head measurement (in inches) for correct helmet size, they are NOT one size fits all! Follow this link for how to measure and fit the helmet: https://www.twowheelingtots.com/kids-bike-helmet-sizes-guide/

LOST DOG! In the area of 212 Camp Brook Rd, Alstead. Stella (pictured) slipped her harness on 8/3/20 in the afternoon, s...
08/04/2020

LOST DOG! In the area of 212 Camp Brook Rd, Alstead. Stella (pictured) slipped her harness on 8/3/20 in the afternoon, she has no collar but is micro-chipped. Her family is anxious to find her; she is an older dog, friendly but shy. If you have any information, please call the owner, Alexandra, directly at 917-496-5407. Feel free to share this post and help bring Stella home!

From Eversource:HELICOPTER NOTIFICATION FOR Infrared PatrolsPURPOSE OF FLYOVER: Infrared patrolsDATES AND TOWNS: 8/3/20 ...
08/03/2020

From Eversource:

HELICOPTER NOTIFICATION FOR Infrared Patrols

PURPOSE OF FLYOVER: Infrared patrols

DATES AND TOWNS: 8/3/20 -8/7/20 Weather Permitting; If needed Rain Date TBD

DESCRIPTION OF AIRCRAFT: Black Bell 407 Tail Number --- #N802JR

FLIGHT TIMES: 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., weather permitting

UPDATE: If you missed us Saturday, please call the station at 835-6277 to arrange to pick your child’s helmet! This morn...
07/25/2020

UPDATE: If you missed us Saturday, please call the station at 835-6277 to arrange to pick your child’s helmet!
This morning at the Alstead Police Department 8-11 AM. FREE bike and sport helmets courtesy of the Police Department, CHAD and Kohl’s Cares!

Just a REMINDER about this Community Event! The Alstead Police Department, through a grant from Kohl's Cares and with su...
07/24/2020

Just a REMINDER about this Community Event! The Alstead Police Department, through a grant from Kohl's Cares and with support from CHAD, has a large selection of multi-sport helmets to give away again this year! We have new colors; in addition to standard Matte Black, we also have Neon Orange and Bright Green (shown in picture) and many red, blue and shiny black from last year. These are available to ALL children residing in the Fall Mountain School District so please share this post where necessary to get the word out. This event will be held on Saturday, July 25, 2020 from 8-11 AM at the Alstead Police Department (15 Mechanic Street) in the Millot Green parking lot. Due to the current situation, social distancing will be observed and contact-less head measuring will be available (parent or caregiver will measure).
If YOU ARE UNABLE TO ATTEND on July 25th, please contact the Alstead Police Department at 603-835-6277 to set up a private appointment for your helmet.

Just like NH State Parks, Alstead’s Millot Green is a public space that is “Carry In/Carry Out” for trash. Please do not...
07/23/2020

Just like NH State Parks, Alstead’s Millot Green is a public space that is “Carry In/Carry Out” for trash. Please do not ruin this area for everyone... enjoy your snacks and picnic but take your garbage with you when you leave! Thank you

Great News! The Alstead Police Department, through a grant from Kohl's Cares and with support from CHAD, has multi-sport...
07/16/2020

Great News! The Alstead Police Department, through a grant from Kohl's Cares and with support from CHAD, has multi-sport helmets to give away again this year! We have new colors; in addition to standard Matte Black, we also have Neon Orange and Bright Green (shown in picture). These are available to ALL children residing in the Fall Mountain School District so please share this post where necessary to get the word out. This event will be held on Saturday, July 25, 2020 from 8-11 AM at the Alstead Police Department (15 Mechanic Street) in the Millot Green parking lot. Due to the current situation, social distancing will be observed and contact-less head measuring will be available.
If you are unable to attend on July 25th, please contact the Alstead Police Department at 603-835-6277 to set up a private appointment for your helmet.

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