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The Allenstown Police Department is a full-time police department serving approximately residents, 24 hours a day, days a year. The department has a support staff made up of a Prosecutor, one full-time Administrative Assistant, one part-time Administrative Assistant, and a part-time Custodian.
In addition to conducting criminal investigations, the department provides a variety of community policing services including, the D. E program, motor vehicle lockouts, bicycle registrations, employment fingerprints, vehicle identification VIN checks and vacant house checks for residents.
The department works to prevent and deter crime from the businesses in town conducting business checks when they are closed and actively patrolling when they are open. The department takes an active role in community events such as old home day. The department puts a strong emphasis on training the officers above and beyond the training they receive through the police academy.
The department has taken part in a variety of full scale training exercises ranging from active shooter scenarios to natural disasters to hostage situations. Six full-time patrol officers respond to a variety of calls ranging from motor vehicle lockouts to burglaries to domestic disturbances, thefts, assaults and more. The patrol officers handle everything from the time a call is received through the resolution of that call. Often times they work in conjunction with the detective as well as other departments. In addition to responding to calls the patrol officers are also responsible for pro-active patrol of the town, enforcing traffic laws and community policing.
The detective works closely with patrol and le the larger more in depth investigations.
The detective also works a variety of cases from suspicious death investigations to sexual assaults, drug investigations, burglaries and more. The detective is also in charge of processing all of the evidence that comes through the department. The detective often works closely with other local, state and federal agencies. The detective is the department representative on the Concord Regional Crimeline and is also the sex offender compliance officer for the department. They are responsible for answering the phones and dispatching incoming calls to the officers as well as taking care of the administrative functions of the department.
They process all of the paperwork that comes through the department from parking tickets to pistol permit applications and more.
They are also responsible for assisting the prosecutor doing everything from preparing subpoenas to sending discovery to defense attorneys. The department has an attorney prosecutor who works out of our building at 40 Allenstown Road. The prosecutor works with the officers towards the resolution and adjudication of all cases. She is also responsible for annual trainings with the officers regarding legal updates and case preparation. EDC Calendar of Events 2. Mission Statement In cooperation with the people of Allenstown and in partnership with other public and private agencies, our mission is to assume a leadership role through a problem-solving approach to preventing crime and disorder, reducing citizen fear of crime, providing a variety of community policing services, provide traffic enforcement on the roadways to maintain safety and interacting and being visible within the community in order to improve the quality of life for all citizens.
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Vision It is our vision that the Allenstown Police Department will continue to be a cornerstone of progress and a model police department in service to our citizens, caring for our employees, and constantly improving the quality of the services that we render.
Values Statement The Allenstown Police Department is committed to fulfilling its mission by upholding the following values:. We will strive to be responsive to the needs of the citizens of our community. Service to our citizens is a critical component of the foundation of what we do. Working cooperatively with the other departments of the town to enhance the quality of life in the community is essential. We will adhere to the highest ethical standards and accept responsibility for our decisions and actions. We will treat all employees, criminal offenders and the public with fairness, honesty, compassion, consideration, and respect while recognizing individual diversity.
We will be fair and consistent in the performance of our duties and responsibilities.
As positive role models, we will take pride in maintaining the quality of our services through our performance, appearance and continued education and training. We will instill trust and teamwork by providing support to fellow employees and promoting cooperation and effective communication. Dawn Shea. Beth Tower. Bryan Wilcox.
Michael Bowen. David Fencer. Dorothy E. Dawn Chabot.
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Cheryl Hey. Erin Young. Timothy Vincent. Hannah Higgins.
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