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...
Several recent arrests by the Lebanon Police Department. Read on...
The Lebanon Police Department has resumed VIN verifications, and employment-related fingerprinting services for Lebanon residents, the Lebanon School District, and for Lebanon businesses. Masks are required. Read on...
Public call-in session on Tuesday, June 23, 2020 from 2PM-5PM, to allow agency employees and members of the community to offer comments about LPD directly to a team of assessors for the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA). Read on...
Today the New Hampshire Association of Chiefs of Police issued a statement regarding the death of Mr. George Floyd of Minneapolis. Read on...
Sunday, June 14, the Lebanon Police Department took a report of a missing elderly man from Lebanon. At approximately 6:42 AM on June 15, the missing man was found safe in Hanover. Thank you to everyone for the combined efforts to help find this man. Read on...
ALERT - Elderly man missing from the area of 54 Blueberry Hill Drive. 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.