Lebanon Police Department
The Lebanon Police Department is committed to accountability, transparency, fairness, integrity, compassion, respect, and professionalism. View our transparency page to learn more about the policies and procedures that guide our department. Continue...
On the evening of September 23rd, a road rage incident on Route 4 between two males led to an assault. The male who assaulted the other male left the scene in a black Toyota SUV. Read on...
The Lebanon Police Department Cyber Crimes Unit has been conducting an investigation through a social media provider, involving an individual attempting to target children who reside in Lebanon, which led to the arrest of a Windsor, VT man on 9/17. Read on...
At the end of August 2020, the Lebanon City Council approved Ordinance #2020-04 to amend City Code Chapter 168, Vehicles and Traffic, which lowered the prima facie speed limit in the City to 25 MPH. Read on...
Please join us on Thursday, September 17, 2020 at our Annual Marge Hammond Memorial Bike Auction starting at 4:30 PM in Colburn Park. This will coincide with the Lebanon Farmers’ Market. Money raised goes toward our Child Health & Community Programs. Read on...
On February 19, 2017, the Lebanon Police Department's Cyber Crimes Unit received a report regarding a juvenile who had been sexually extorted via social media. The investigation led to an arrest in India. Read on...
Information received from the Newport Police Department regarding subjects wanted for robbery leads to multiple arrests at a residence in Lebanon over the weekend. Read on...
IF YOU HAVE AN EMERGENCY DIAL 911
36 Poverty Lane
Lebanon, NH 03766
Communications & Dispatch: If you have an emergency, wish to report something, or would like to speak to an officer, please call our 24/7 Dispatch Center. This is our main emergency and non-emergency line.
Records Department: Parking tickets, pistol permits, accident reports, arrest reports, and other report requests.
Administration / Other Inquiries:
* Please call our Dispatch Center to report incidents and complaints, to speak to an officer, or for any emergency. Please note that parties reporting incidents via email will be advised to call Dispatch.