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Our Mission:

"The purpose of the Lincoln Police Department is to uphold the law fairly and firmly; to prevent crime; to pursue and bring to justice those who break the law; to keep the peace, to protect, help and reassure the community: and be seen to do all this with integrity, common sense and sound judgment.

We must be compassionate, courteous and patient, acting without fear or favor or prejudice to the rights of others. We need to be professional, calm and restrained in the face of violence and apply only that force which is necessary to accomplish our lawful duty.

We must strive to reduce the fears of the public and, so far as we can, to reflect their priorities in the action we take. We must respond to well founded criticism with a willingness to change"

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arrow 04/14/2016
  National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day


Saturday April 30, 2016 from 10am-12pm Lincoln Police Officers will be collecting any unwanted or expired prescription drugs at the Transfer/Recycling Center at 63 Recycle Rd. in Lincoln.

The National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of medications.

arrow 3/31/2016
  The LPD is doing a little "Spring Cleaning!"

While the LPD Officers are patrolling town over the next month they will be doing some "Spring Cleaning." These brochures will be handed out to help Lincoln Residents understand the importance of visible house numbers and how to prevent bear encounters.

Spring Cleaning

arrow 03/31/2016
  Safe Exchange Zone
  The Lincoln Police Department now offers a safe place for the public to make transactions from online purchases (Craig's List, E Commerce) or the transfer of children between homes. This area is under 24 hour surveillance in an area that is well lit and visible. When meeting, please advise dispatch. No Gun Sales or Exchanges are Permitted. Safe Exchange
arrow 03/22/16
  Load Limits for Spring

Load Limit

Effective Tuesday 3/22/16; the following roads in the Town of Lincoln will be posted temporarily prohibiting all vehicles weighing in excess of (6) six tons from traveling on these roads until further notice.
Pollard Road
Liberty Road
Beechwood (all roads)
Hanson Farm Road
Conant Road
Riverside Terrace
West Street

If needed, permission may be granted on a case-by-case basis by the Road Agent. Contact the Town Garage at 603/745-6250.
We will let everyone know when the weight limit is lifted to allow normal traffic without causing pavement and shoulder breakup.

arrow 01062016
  NOW HIRING Police Officers at LPD

Officers Wanted

The Lincoln Police Department is accepting applications for the position of FULL TIME Entry Level & Certified Police Officers. Full job description and employment application available Apply Here . Applications will be accepted until all positions are filled.

arrow 2/17/2016
  The Lincoln Police Department Issues Body Worn Cameras to Officers

Check out our News and Events Page for more information


arrow 2/9/16
  We are live Tweeting!

The Lincoln Police Department is going to start "Live Tweeting!" 
The first date is this coming MONDAY 2/15/16 from 2pm-4pm with Officers Arcieri and Perry! Get your questions ready and follow us on Twitter!

live tweet

arrow 12/7/2015
  Lincoln PD announces their new APP! MyPD

Check out our News & Events page to see what our new app is all about!

arrow 10/27/2015
  Winter Parking Ban

Winter Parking Ban begins on November 1st.

The Town Ordinance reads as follows: No person shall, without necessity, place or leave, or cause to be placed or left, in any street or public place, any matter that may impede free passage between the hours of 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. Such regulation shall be enforced from November 1 to April 15 each year. Vehicles in violation of this regulation shall be towed at the owner’s expense.


arrow October 1-31 2015
  Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The Lincoln Police Department will have information and facts added daily on our FB page for the entire month of October. 
FACT: Domestic violence effects over 12 MILLION people in the US each year. 1 in 4 women and 1 in 20 men have been victims of domestic violence IN NH. It can be physical, sexual or psychological. It can be a one time episode or ongoing for years. This means that most likely you or someone you know has been effected by domestic violence. 
"Raise your voice to Raise awareness" and say "No More"

No More

To learn more about how you or someone you know can get help, Click here

arrow September 25,, 2015
  Halloween Trick or Treating
  This years trick or treating in the Town of Lincoln will be on Saturday October 31, 2015 from 5pm-7pmHalloween Pumpkins
arrow September 18, 2015
  NH Highland Games

The 40th Annual NH Highland Games have begun! LPD is out assisting with traffic and community relations. Come say hello and enjoy the games!

For more photos click here for our Facebook page!NH Highland Games 2015

arrow 08/11/2015
  Drowning Victim at Franconia Falls

On August 11, 2015 the Lincoln Police Dispatch was notified that there was a hiker in trouble that fell into Franconia Falls about 4 miles in from the Lincoln Woods parking area.

Lincoln Police and Fire units responded with water rescue equipment. Woodstock fire department, Linwood Ambulance Service and NH Fish and Game units also responded to the scene.

Rescuers could not immediately locate the victim and after
 4 hours they located the body of Julia Hassan, 17, of Lowell Massachusetts. 

All questions can be directed to Chief Smith at 603-745-2238.

Our deepest sympathies go out to Ms. Hassan's family and friends in this most difficult time.

arrow August 4, 2015
  National Night Out!

The Lincoln Police Department invites you to join over 37 million neighbors across 16,000 communities in celebration of National Night Out. America's Night out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood comraraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, better places to live. Together, we are making that happen.

National Night Out

arrow Date7/1/2015
  NH's Handsfree law is in Effect
  Click here for more information about the law.
arrow 6/25/15
  Lincoln Police begins using Project Lifesaver program
  Officers Perry and Stevens, of the Lincoln Police Department, have both completed 20 hours of training and are certified as electronic search specialists and instructors. Click here to read the article in the Union Leader.


  Avoiding Issues with Bears
  Human/bear issues can usually be avoided. Click here to learn more from the NH Fish and Game Dept.
arrow 4/29/15
  WMUR's Most Wanted Wednesday
  Click here and see if you can help the police.
arrow 3/30/15
  An old Highland Games pic
  highland games, lpd officers circa 1998
arrow 3/18/15
  NH Drug and Alcohol Treatment Locator
  Are you or someone you love looking for substance abuse treatment? The NH Drug and Alcohol Treatment Locator will help to find providers offering withdrawal management, assessments, outpatient counseling, residential treatment, recovery supports and other types of services for people experiencing problems with alcohol and other drug use, including addiction.
arrow 3/16/15
  Bears and Birdfeeders

NH Fish and Game

March 13 at 7:32am

Bear Alert - We normally say to take down, clean and put away bird feeders by April 1st, however, it is evident that bears are already becoming active in some areas. Bear damage to bird feeders is a common and growing spring complaint. Don't let it happen to you - be proactive and take them down now to avoid problems. And remember, a fed bear is a dead bear!

arrow June 7, 2012
  Avoiding Wildlife Collisions
  Click here to learn how to avoid animal vs. car accidents.
arrow June 1. 2011

Leashed Dog

Please be aware of the Town of Lincoln's Dog Ordinance (leash law), and the State of New Hampshire's RSA 466:31 and 31:A (dog waste law).

If your dog runs loose or "excretes" on property that is not your own (and you do not pick it up), you may be fined and your dog may be impounded.

More information on the dog ordinance is available at Lincoln Town Hall or www.1incolnnh.org/documents

arrow February 11, 2010
  Visit our new kids only page
  Learn about safety and play fun games. New games will be added soon, so check back often! Click here to enter.

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