Here are some informative pages to help answer some common questions and concerns. We hope you find them helpful.
- Animal Control
- Child Internet Safety
- Cyberbullying, Internet, and Social Media Safety
- Prevent Child Abuse America
- Crime Prevention
- Drivers License
- Emergencies and 911
- Home & Recreation Safety
- Motor Vehicles
- Crime Victim Information
For information from other law enforcement agencies, please use the links below.
- New Hampshire Revised Statutes Annotated (RSA's)
- FBI's Top Ten Most Wanted List
- National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
- The United States Department of Justice Web Site
- New Hampshire Registered Sex Offenders
- Department of Homeland Security
- National Law Enforcment Officer's Memorial
- Officer Down Memorial Page
Social Media "Smart Card" reference guides for Parents & Kids
Use these reference guides, available in PDF format, to learn how to set privacy settings, remove an account, and see Do's and Don'ts on how you and your children can use social media safely.
The No Excuse for Peer Abuse Program (NEPAP) seeks to increase community awareness of bullying as a common and serious problem of school-age children and to advocate for them in the implementation of effective bullying prevention.
The National Crime Prevention Council Campaign against Cyberbullying is a valuable resource for information for parents and kids. Also, check out the Cyberbullying.org Research Center for more information. Also, since internet privacy for kids is an often overlooked area of safeguarding them online, check out the guide on how to protect your child's privacy online.
Recall Report was created to alert the public to the latest information on dangerous drugs and products. With hundreds of suspected or confirmed dangerous drugs and products on the market, the up-to-date information we provide on recalls, alerts, and side effects is vital to keeping your family safe.
Merrimack Safeguard - A community-based group dedicated to addressing issues of substance abuse among the youth of Merrimack by supporting efforts to help them and their families make positive choices.
New Hampshire Care Path - In New Hampshire, there are many paths available to help people of all ages live better in their communities. NHCarePath is designed to be New Hampshire’s “front door” that quickly connects individuals to a full range of community services and supports. Once you have entered NHCarePath you will find a collaboration of state wide partners, including:
- Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)
- Area Agencies offering developmental services
- Community Mental Health Centers
Caregivers, families, older adults, and persons living with a disability are invited to explore the website and find assistance with individualized needs.
The Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Victim Notification Program is available for eligible victims and witnesses the ability to obtain reliable and timely information regarding a criminal alien's release from custody.The program was developed to protect the public by ensuring that the rights of victims are carefully observed. Victims and witnesses are encouraged to register with HSI in order to receive notification of a criminal alien's release. For more information and resources available to victims and witnesses, click here.