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The Plainfield Police Department works actively with community members and groups to make our town as safe as it can be. The department promotes bicycle safety and 'stranger awarness' for our children and works closely with the Plainfield Elementary School to ensure emergency preparedness. Beyond traffic safety and criminal investigations, the department works hard to educate our families and seniors about scams and crime prevention. Plainfield officers are available to meet with communty groups and to answer your questions; just call us at 603-469-3344.

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Our Police -- In Our Community
The Plainfield Police Department would like to express a sincere thank you to the Lebanon High School for their donations of stuffed animals to the department in memory of Natalie Perriello, to support children in crisis.Stuffed animals for children in crisis.
Cadet Trevor Marsh graduates from the NH Police Standards and Training program. Pictured from left to right: Chief Roberts, Cadet Marsh, Officer Foss and Officer St.AmantCadet Trevor Marsh graduates from the NH Police Standards and Training center.
Chief Roberts at the Plainfield Library taking finger prints for "Child Identity Kits" which are then given to parents.Chief Roberts fingerprinting to create Child ID Kits for parents.
Chief Roberts with junior officer Kyle Hines at the February 12 open house.Chief Roberst with Kyle Hines
Corporal Swett talks with cub scouts about police work and their safety. Corporal Swett talks with Cub Scouts.
Cub scouts learn about police equipment and gun safety.Cub scouts at the Police Department
In August 2010, Chief Roberts met with members of the Blow-Me-Down Grange to talk about crime prevention. Chief Roberts at the Blow-Me-Down Grange
Our Police -- Training to Protect Us
Officer Matthew Agan graduated from the New Hampshire Police Academy with Town Administrator Steve Hallaren, Deputy Chief Door, and Chief Roberts in attendance. Officer Matthew Agan Graduates from Police Academy
Corporal Swett makes friends with the NHTI mascottCorporal Swett and NHTI mascott
Corporal Anthony Swett graduated from the New Hampshire Police Academy with Deputy Chief Door, Former Chief Gillens, Selectman Taylor and Chief Roberts in attendance. Corporal Anthony Swett graduates from the Police Academy
On Tuesday 9/28/2010 the Plainfield Police participated in a "Stop Stick Training Class" The class was held at Cornish Police Department and instructed by Lt. Michael Evans of the Hanover Police Department. The training included Introduction to Stop Stick, Basic Construction, Deployment Methods, Department Policy, Safety Considerations and Guidelines for Deployment.Stop Stick Deployment
Stop Stick deployed.Stop stick deployed.