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Bicycle Helmets Available
The Henniker Police Department received a grant from the NH Highway Safety Agency for bicycle helmets to be given to children in the community that may not have a helmet or have outdated helmets.

If you are in need of a helmet, please ask any officer, or contact us at the police station and a helmet will be provided to you free of charge.

NH State Law requires children under the age of 16 to wear helmets. We strive to keep our young people safe.
Guidelines for black bear safety click here
We have recently received reports of residents that had items for sale on Craigslist or similar web based sales sites. They received a check for the item in excess of the asking amount with instructions to deposit the check and send the excess amount back to the buyer.

Once a check is deposited into your account, you become responsible for the total amount of the check. Please DO NOT accept any payment in excess of an asking price as this is an indicator of a scam. Please feel free to contact us with any questions about a suspicious

Tax Scam

Several residents have complained of getting telephone calls stating that they owe the IRS money and failure to comply would result in their arrest. The IRS does not handle cases in this manner, please do not give the caller any personal information.
celebrating 25 years in the Henniker Community School
Effective July 1, 2015
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.
Prescription Drug Takeback Day Saturday
September 26 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Henniker Police Station