I would like to welcome you to the Hudson, NH Police Department web-site.
While visiting this web-site, I hope you are able to find useful information regarding such
things as department programs, laws and ordinances, crime reports/activity, media logs, and
recruiting to name a few. As staffing permits, we are looking to make some changes to
improve our web-site; so check back periodically to see those changes.
In order to best serve our community we employ many models of policing. In
1829 Sir Robert Peele (known as the father of modern policing) said in his 'Nine Principles
of Policing' "
the people are the police and the police are the people
". He was talking
about community policing. Community Policing is the core model we work with. We also use
other methods of policing such as strategic planning and data-driven policing in order to
provide the professional police service's our community deserves. Embracing these philosophies
and open to others, the police work in partnership with the public to solve problems and
The women and men of the Hudson Police Department are proud to be Nationally
Accredited through CALEA. Together, we can keep Hudson a great place to own a business and an
even better place to raise a family.
| Jason Lavoie, Chief of Police
Part Time Animal Control Officer|
The Hudson Police Department is seeking to hire a
part-time animal control officer. This position requires flexible hours along with weekends.
Must pass a background check, drug screening, and possess a valid driver's license. The beginning
salary is $15.00 an hour. For inquiries contact the Animal Control Supervisor Jana McMillan, at
(603) 889-7387 or email@example.com.
Applications are available here and must
be received by the Hudson Police Department at 1 Constitution Drive, Hudson, NH 03051 no
later than September 1, 2015. EOE
A Nationally Accredited Law Enforcement Agency
School Crossing Guard|
The Hudson Police Department is accepting applications
for the position of School Crossing Guard. School Crossing Guards average ten (10) hours per week starting
at $13.50 an hour. Applications are available here and at the
Hudson Police Department, 1 Constitution Drive, Hudson, NH 03051.
For inquiries contact School Resource Officer John Mirabella at (603) 886-6011 or
firstname.lastname@example.org Applications can be mailed to
The Hudson Police Department 1 Constitution Drive Hudson, NH 03051 or emailed to Officer Mirabella.
Applications are to be received no later than 1 September 2015. EOE
A Nationally Accredited Law Enforcement Agency
~ Reminder ~|
Hudson Police Department
Semi-Annual Blood Drive
Tuesday - September 22, 2015 from 12pm to 7pm
Hudson Community Center
Police Detail Information Sheet
Helping parents prevent underage drinking in their home
click or select here for more information
HPD Drug Drop Box|
The Hudson Police Department has a drug drop box located
in the lobby of the Police Department. This drop box can be used for the disposal of any of
We DO NOT accept:
- Any used and unwanted prescription medications
- Unknown tablets and capsules
- Unwanted over-the-counter medications
- Veterinary medications
- Needles or syringes
- Medical waste of any type
- Non-medicated over-the-counter items
- Non-medicinal chemicals of any type
- Bathroom products, such as personal hygiene items
The Hudson Police Department is partnering with Property Room
to sell seized, recovered, found, or unclaimed personal property. As required by state law, property classified
in the aforementioned categories must be sold at public auction. This service offers many benefits allowing
customers to purchase items at reduced prices with a certain percentage of the sale proceeds being returned
to the Town of Hudson.
|Did Your Business Receive A Bad Check|
The Hudson Police Department has experienced an increase in contact with local businesses concerning bad check investigations.
The Hudson Police would like to inform the local businesses in the Town of Hudson of the proper procedures to take if you
encounter this type of ordeal. It is the Hudson Police Departments policy to investigate and process bad check cases.
Criminal prosecution can be brought against a person who passes a bad check if the facts constitute a violation of
criminal law (RSA 638:4). Prosecution can not
be successful unless every element of proof is proven beyond a reasonable doubt. Click or select here for the
Hudson Police Departments policy guidelines (in conjunction with
NH RSA 638:4) for investigating bad checks.
|2015 Citizens Police Academy Graduates|
Police pages created by HPD staff.
Maintained by John P. Beike
Official Address: http://www.hudsonpd.com
Send mail to: email@example.com
Send mail to Chief Lavoie at: firstname.lastname@example.org
~Please, No Patch Requests~
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Offical Town of Hudson Website