Police Department, Lancaster NH
Timothy Charbonneau, Chief of Police
11 Mechanic Street General email
NOTICE: Winter Parking Ban
No parking will be allowed on town streets, roads, and any municipal parking lot between the hours of 11 p.m. and 7 a.m. per town ordinance. This ban remains in effect November 1, 2018, through April 30, 2019.
Administrative Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
7:30am - 3:30pm
603-788-4402 (Non-emergency, 24 hours)
Mission, Goals & Guiding Principles
The Lancaster Police Department:
- Prevents crime
- Protects life and property
- Maintains order
- Increase the quality of police service
- Strengthen public confidence in the department
- Encourage officers, individually and collectively, to fully appreciate
the responsibilities of their office
- Earn the support and cooperation of the community to help
complete our mission
Residents wishing to get a new or renew an existing pistol / revolver license can do so by printing, filling out, and bringing the application to the police station.
Non-residents must contact the State of NH office at 603-223-3873.
Below please find a complete directory of full-time staff and part-time staff.
D.A.R.E. (Drug Awareness Resistance Education) is a 10-lesson program presented annually to 5th and 6th grade students at Lancaster Elementary School. The lessons teach students about the dangers of drugs and alcohol use and assists students in making positive choices in their lives for a successful future.
PAL (Police Athletic/Activities League) is part of a crime prevention strategy that utilizes educational, athletic and recreational activites to foster trust and respect between police officers and youth.
Current PAL programs include archery, boxing, BMX and skatebord park, remote control model airplanes and ice skating season.
Learn more at PAL White Mountain Chapter on Facebook.
For more information, contact the Lancaster Police Department