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Prescription Drug Collection Box
The Henniker Police Department is proud to announce the acquisition of a Prescription Drug Collection box that is now located in our lobby. Anyone interested in disposing of their unused or expired prescription drugs is welcome to deposit them in the box, free of charge. There is no information collected at the time of the dropoff and no inventory of items placed in the box at the time of dropoff.

The Prescription Drug Collection box was donated by the Capital Area Public Health Network in coordination with the Granite United Way.

The department had a rare opportunity to promote two officers to the rank of sergeant recently.

Officer Michael Martin was promoted to the position of Patrol Sergeant and
Officer Michelle Dandeneau was promoted to the position of Detective Sergeant.

Both officers have been with the Henniker Police Department for more than ten years and they are committed to the community and the department. Congratulations Michelle and Mike.
Welcome New Part-Time Officers
The Henniker Police Department would like to welcome two new part-time officers to its ranks.

Officer Craig Courser is a resident of Henniker and will be attending the winter session of the part-time officer certification course.

Officer Garrett Anctil is from Hillsboro and will be attending the summer session of the part-time officer certification course.

Both officers will continue to receive field training during their formal training at the NH Police Academy. Both officers have great community oriented personalities and will fit well with the department.