FOR EMERGENCIES PLEASE CALL 911
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 Secretary is available on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Department personnel are in the office as time allows.
Police Chief George Huckins Sworn In
Police Chief George Huckins being sworn in on February 5th,
by Town Clerk Cynthia Torsey, with his wife, Sheila, beside him
Officer Promoted to Sergeant
Sergeant Grier and Police Chief Huckins
Michael Grier was promoted to Police Sergeant on April 2nd.
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
Request for Police Report
Resident Alarm Information
Vacation House Check
Welcome Kristen Guest
Selectman Neil Irvine, Officer Kristen Guest (graduate), Police Chief George Huckins
Chief of Police George C. Huckins
Chief Huckins began his law enforcement career here in 1995. He serves as one of the two Field Training Officers (FTO) and is certified to conduct the three year physical fitness testing requirements for police officers. Sergeant Huckins is certified as a police prosecutor and acts as support to the current prosecutor when needed. In addition to his supervisory duties, he is active in the community.
Administrative Sergeant Monica Cunningham – Police Prosecutor
Sergeant Cunningham started her law enforcement career with the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Department as a Dispatcher. While there she was promoted to Dispatch Supervisor, and subsequently became a Deputy Sheriff. She attended and graduated from the Police Academy in November 2003. In 2006 she left the Sheriff’s Department to join the Plymouth State University Police Department, and remained there until we hired her in late 2007. Sergeant Cunningham serves as a Field Training Officer (FTO) and is also the department prosecutor.
Detective Michael Grier
Detective Grier joined us in January of 2012. After graduating from the New Hampshire Police Academy he attained certification as the department firearms instructor as well as assuming the duties as evidence technician. In 2014 he was promoted to Detective. Prior to becoming a law enforcement officer, he worked for the Department of Defense on contracts abroad. Officer Grier is also a United States Army veteran. He lives with his wife and two children in a neighboring town.
Officer Christopher Heney
Officer Heney was hired in November 2012 and is currently in our Field Training Program. He graduated from the 161st police academy in 2013. Heney is a graduate from New Hampshire Technical Institute with an associates in science majoring in Criminal Justice. While at NHTI, Heney interned at the Gilford Police Department for one year.
Officer Kristen Guest
Officer Guest was hired in July 2014 and went into our Field Training Program and graduated from the 165th Police Academy in December 2014. Officer Guest graduated from Plymouth State University in 2013 with a bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice and a minor in Psychology. While at PSU, she was a student-athlete playing 4 years of Women's Lacrosse. She interned with the Barnstable County Correctional Facility in Massachusetts in 2011 and with the Laconia Police Department in New Hampshire in 2012.
Part-time Officer Ryan Salmon
After growing up in the Town of New Hampton, Part-Time Officer Ryan Salmon graduated from the 263rd part-time Academy in the spring of 2013.
Bonnie Calzada – Administrative Assistant
Ms. Calzada moved to Meredith from Fort Lauderdale, FL in 1977, with her three children. She became a police officer for the Town of Meredith. After several years of road patrol functions, she became the Sex Crimes Investigator and Officer in Charge of Administrative Services, holding those two positions until she retired from the Meredith Police Department in 1997. Since "retiring” she has worked part-time for the Belknap County Sheriff’s Department and the U.S. Marshal’s Service doing court security. Bonnie came to work for the New Hampton Police Department in 2002 and acts as second ”key” for the evidence room.
Previous Police Department Activity Reports
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