Police Space Needs Committee Meeting

The Police Department Space Needs Committee will be meeting Thursday at 6:30 pm at 472 Silver Street to do a walk through of the property. Afterward, the Committee will be checking on the property at the intersection of Rollins Road and Pease Lane, and then the Turcotte Field.

Drug Take Back Day

The Rollinsford Police Department is one of many local departments participating in the DEA National Prescription Drug Take Back Day set for Saturday, April 29. Members of the community are encouraged to drop off unused or expired medications, especially pain relievers and other prescription drugs.
The Police Department will be open Saturday from 10 am to 2 pm for the collection. If residents are not able to make it that day, arrangements can be made at anytime for the items to be collected and held at the station.
If a resident is not able to drive to the department, arrangements can be made for an Officer to come to their home to pick up the items.

For further information or to arrange for pickup or drop off prior to Saturday, please call the dispatch center at 742-2724, and the on duty officer will make whatever arrangements necessary. 

Volunteer Opportunity 

Police Space Needs Committee

The Select Board is currently looking for residents to volunteer on the Police Space Needs Committee. The committee will work with the BOS and Rollinsford Police Department to consider options and gather supporting documentation for the future space needs of the Rollinsford Police Department. 

If you are interested in being considered please send a note of interest and any relevant background information by April 17 to: admin@rollinsford.nh.us

Political Signage

It is illegal to remove or damage any political sign.

Should you have a complaint about the placement of a sign, please contact the Rollinsford Police Department.

There are significant penalties should anyone remove or damage a sign without authorization.

Holiday Food Baskets by the RPBA

The Rollinsford Police Benevolent Association will be distributing food baskets to the less fortunate for Thanksgiving and Christmas, a service we began in 1983. 

 The RPBA is accepting donations for the Annual Holiday Food Basket Program. Items needed: cash, Market Basket gift cards, non perishable items such as canned vegetables, canned pie fillings, canned gravy, canned cranberry jelly/sauce. 

 Please contact Chief Robert Ducharme at 742-8549, ext. 303, or at rducharme@rollinsfordpolice.org for more information or to arrange for delivery to the station or pickup. 

 Should you know of a deserving Rollinsford family please contact the Chief. 

 The RPBA is a non profit charitable organization and is registered as such with the NH Attorney General and the IRS.