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Town of Center Harbor
Mission of the Center Harbor Police Department is to improve the
quality of life in our community in partnership with our
citizens to prevent crime, regulate traffic, preserve order, and
protect the rights, lives, and property of all people. We will
strive at all times to establish relationships of trust with our
community members who demand high levels of truthfulness,
fairness, accountability and compassion.
To Accomplish Our Mission We Are
Committed to the Following Values:
INTEGRITY: We will serve the community and strive to uphold
their trust with the highest standard of moral and ethical
conduct. We value
of the department and will hold
ourselves accountable to the highest standards.
RESPECT: We recognize the value of individual and cultural
diversity and will treat all people with kindness, tolerance,
and dignity and without prejudice. We will protect the rights,
liberties, and freedoms of all as granted by the Constitution
and laws of the United States and the State of New Hampshire.
COMPETENCE: We assure the tasks set forth will be accomplished
in the most effective and efficient manner. We will be
accountable for our actions. We encourage reasonable risk-taking
and are tolerant of honest mistakes. We will address and correct
behavior, which is contrary to the primary mission of this
agency, and will recognize and reward good performance.
SERVICE: We will dedicate ourselves to improve the quality of
life in our community by providing a safe environment for all.
We are committed to protecting life and property, reducing fear,
and developing a partnership with citizens to prevent and solve
PRIDE: We will as members of the department take pride in the
community, our profession, and ourselves. We will work as a team
with the community and be role models to the citizens.
Please note that the Center Harbor Police Department does not accept any legal inquiries or requests for police action through email. If you need to speak with an officer, please call our dispatch center at
603-253-9756. If you have an emergency, dial 911.