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Police Department
Chief of Police:  Timothy F. Stevens 


The Police Department is now located in the Public Safety Building, located at 24 Intervale Drive, which is just off of NH Route 104, across from Main Street.
The non-emergency number is (603) 744-5423. If no one is available to take your call, Belknap County Dispatch will intercept the call and take a message.
Fax number - (603) 744-9238
The Administrative Assistant will be available Monday through Friday.
Department personnel are in the office as time allows.

Town Ordinance Adopted 2/25/16
Click here to read the Utilization of Roadway - Traffic Control Officers.

This ordinance is related to the use of a roadway during construction, repair or maintenance of items adjacent to the roadway where such repairs or construction interfere or impede traffic.  This ordinance will require a contractor, public or private utility company or private person to submit a Traffic Control Plan (TCP) to the Police Department for his review to determine if traffic control personnel are required to facilitate the safe passage of motorists, cyclists or pedestrians.

For the convenience of our residents and our businesses, several of the commonly-used forms are available here in PDF format. We ask that they be printed and dropped off or mailed to the Police Department to safeguard the security of the private / sensitive information.
New Hampton Police Department
24 Intervale Drive
New Hampton, NH 03256
Forms: Business Emergency Contact Information
Pistol Permit
Request for Police Report
Resident Alarm Information
Vacation House Check
Voluntary Statement Form
Click here for DMV form for Release of Motor Vehicle Records

Permanent Medication Collection Box at Police Department

If you have unused or expired medications, you now have a way to safely and regularly dispose of them! The New Hampton Police Department is happy to announce the opening of a new permanent medication collection box in the town of New Hampton. The collection box is located in the lobby of the New Hampton Police Department at 24 Intervale Drive.

Did you know?? Approximately 70% of those who abuse      prescription medications get them from family or friends, often from the medicine cabinet. (SAMHSA, 2006) This permanent medication collection box addresses a vital public safety and public health issue. By taking unused and expired medications out of our community, it significantly reduces the opportunities for misuse and/or abuse.
Protect our Groundwater! Flushing medications is NO LONGER recommended! Research shows that certain medications are not thoroughly flushed out during water treatment, and can end up contaminating our groundwater.

The following guidelines apply to the Town of New Hampton Medication Collection Box:
  • Collection box is accessible Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.
  • ONLY pharmaceutical drugs are to be placed in the box (prescription or over-the-counter medications).
  • NO needles, syringes, lotions, aerosol cans, inhalers, or lancets will be collected.
  • This voluntary collection process is FREE and ANONYMOUS.
  • The collection box is constructed in such a manner and of materials that make it tamper proof.
Any questions regarding the collection box can be directed to any Law Enforcement Officer at the New Hampton Police Department at 603-744-5423.

For more information on safe and secure storage of medications, and for tips on how to talk to your family about prescription drug abuse, please contact Traci Fowler at Partners in Prevention, an initiative of the Lakes Region Partnership for Public Health: * 603-528-2145 x1800.


Chief of Police Timothy F. Stevens
Chief Stevens commenced his duties as Chief on September 10, 2018. After serving 20 years in the US Marine Corps, Chief Stevens entered law enforcement where he has served as both a State Trooper and a municipal Police Officer for the past 15 years, most recently as Chief of Police in the town of Hill, NH.
Administrative Sergeant Monica Cunningham
Sgt Cunningham started her law enforcement career in 2002 with the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Dept. as a Dispatcher. While there she was promoted to Dispatch Supervisor, and subsequently became a Deputy Sheriff after graduating from the Police Academy in November 2003. In 2006, she left the Sheriff’s Dept. to join the Plymouth State University Police Dept. Sgt. Cunningham remained there until she was hired in New Hampton in 2007. Her duties now include administrative duties, assisting the Chief, approval of incident and arrest reports, training officers with writing complaints, affidavits, and search/arrest warrants. Sgt. Cunningham also serves as Field Training Officer, liaison/backup Prosecutor, and Evidence Officer. She holds an Associate Degree in Behavioral Science from Granite State College and is a Justice of the Peace. Sgt. Cunningham and her husband live locally, enjoy traveling and all outdoor activities.

Corporal Joshua Tyrrell
Corporal Tyrrell was hired in April 2015.  He graduated from the 167th NH Police Academy in August 2015.  He has lived in the area since he was a teenager.  Corporal Tyrrell had been an auto mechanic and moved to New Hampton in 2011. In his off time, he enjoys hunting, farming, and spending time with his family. Corporal Tyrrell duties include patrol as well as criminal investigations and presenting cases to the Superior Court Grand Jury. Corporal Tyrrell is the department Firearms Instructor and the Evidence Officer. He is also responsible for maintaining weapons and equipment.
Officer Steven Marsh
Officer Marsh was originally hired in July of 2015 and graduated from the 270th part-time Police Academy.  He has now graduated from the 176th full-time Police Academy. He grew up locally and enjoys spending time with his family and friends. He has been involved with emergency services as a paramedic and firefighter for the past 28 years, and is also a member of the New Hampton Fire Department. Officer Marsh is the department Portable Breathalyzer Tester (PBT) and is also on OC Spray Instructor.  He is very active in making motor vehicle stops and  maintains a high number of arrests. Officer Marsh shows tenacity in his drive for criminal investigations as well as his normal patrol officer duties.
Officer Jonathan Michalski
Officer Michalski began in March of 2017 and has had a long-time goal of becoming a police officer. He graduated from the 173rd  Police Academy on August 18, 2017. Officer Michalski grew up in Sandwich and Meredith.  He currently lives in Gilmanton with his girlfriend, their Pitbull, Gianni and their cat, Marley.  He has been involved with emergency services for the past 5 years as an Advanced EMT.  When not working, he enjoys outdoor activities including kayaking and boating and is a huge sports fan.

Officer Jonathan Killam
Officer Killam joined our department in May of 2017 after working for a neighboring agency. He graduated from the 172nd Police Academy in April 2017. Officer Killam previously worked in an acute psychiatric facility, primarily working with juveniles. Officer Killam also served in the Army National Guard for six years and served one tour in Kuwait/Iraq where he took the lead gunner position for convoy security missions. He acquired the rank of Sergeant before his honorable discharge in 2015. Officer Killam enjoys target shooting, being outdoors, and driving just about anything with a motor.

Officer Tyler Hazel
Officer Tyler Hazel was hired in May of 2017.  He graduated from the 274th part-time Police Academy, has since been hired as a Full-Time Officer by Pittsfield PD and graduated from the Full Time Police Academy.  Previously Officer Hazel was a full-time Correctional Officer for the Merrimack County Department of Corrections.  He is currently enlisted in the United States Airforce Reserve.  In his free time, Officer Hazel enjoys going to the gym, hiking, and hunting with his dog Gemma.

Officer Franz-Morin
Officer Franz-Morin was hired in June of 2019.  She will be attending the 278th Part-Time Police Academy commencing on August 10, 2019 while simultaneously training in the field. She has been a teacher since 2011, starting with elementary education and now as a high school algebra teacher.  In her free time, she enjoys running with her two pups and spending time with family.

Prosecutor Anthony (Tony) Estee
Prosecutor Estee is a New Hampshire native and grew up in the greater Concord area. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in in Criminal Justice from Plymouth State University in 2007 and a Juris Doctor from the University of New Hampshire School of Law in 2012. Prosecutor Estee has worked as a prosecutor since passing the New Hampshire Bar Examination in 2012.  Prosecutor Estee previously worked as a Special Assistant County Attorney for the Merrimack County Attorney's Office and currently prosecutes for the Town of New Hampton, the Town of Alton, and the Town of Barnstead.

Samantha Cremin
Samantha joined the Police Department in February of 2019 after working as a dispatcher for the Belknap County Sheriff’s Department. When not at work she spends as much as possible with her family and their pets.

Be Aware!!!
This notice is just to remind residents to never give out information of a personal nature such as date of birth, social security number or family member information to someone that has called you. Although these calls are difficult to trace as they usually originate out of state or even out of the country, please notify the police if you receive such phone calls.

Previous Police Department Activity Reports
Click on the dates below to view the Police Department Activity.

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Jan. 30 to Feb. 5      Feb. 6 to Feb. 12       Feb. 13 to Feb. 19     Feb. 20 to Feb. 26
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