Lebanon Police Department
Interested candidates who are ready for the first step can register for testing through www.PoliceApp.com/LebanonNH no later than 11:59PM on Friday, October 5, 2018. Read on...
On October 3, 2018, McDonald’s franchises across New Hampshire will hold a fundraising effort to donate $50,000 to the New Hampshire Association of Chiefs of Police. Lebanon Police invite you to join us at the West Lebanon McDonald’s from 4 to 7 pm. Read on...
On September 12, 2018, the Lebanon Police Department received a call reporting a vehicle parked in a lot on Dartmouth College Highway with a small child sleeping in it and a female acting suspicious and possibly under the influence of drugs. Read on...
On September 11th, Joshua LaClair of Lebanon pled guilty to 39 counts of possession of Child Sexual Abuse images and 1 count of Distribution of Child Sexual Abuse images. LaClair was sentenced to 4-10 years in the New Hampshire State Prison. Read on...
During the month of September, the Lebanon Police Department will be increasing motor vehicle enforcement patrols in an effort to reduce traffic accidents within the City, and to address citizens’ reported motor vehicle concerns. Read on...
On Saturday, September 8th the Lebanon Police Department took part in the Special Olympics Fueling Dreams fundraiser at Jake’s Market & Deli. The event helped to raise approximately $1,500 for the Special Olympics New Hampshire programs and athletes! Read on...
On September 7, 2018, the Lebanon Police Department was contacted by Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center Security who reported that a male subject had made threats toward security officers at the hospital. Read on...
On Saturday, September 8, 2018, the Lebanon Police Department will be taking part in the Special Olympics Fueling Dreams fundraiser at Jake’s Market & Deli, 119 Mechanic St, Lebanon, from 10am to 2pm. Read on...
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- How do I pay my ticket?
- Where can I park in the Downtown Lebanon area?
- Are vehicles bearing a valid disabled parking permit subject to the parking space/zone time limit restrictions?
- How do I get a copy of my accident report?
- How do I apply for a pistol permit?
- How do I obtain a sound permit?
- How do I get my fingerprints taken?
- Does the City of Lebanon have an animal control department?
- How do I request to have references to my arrest record removed from publicly posted police logs?
- How do I contact the Prosecutor?
- When should I contact the Prosecutor to discuss my arrest and possible resolution of the case?
- Can I change my court date?
- I have received a ticket from a Police Officer. What do I do?
- I have received a court summons from a Police Officer or complaint but do I have to appear? Can I waive the appearance by mail and plead guilty?
- I want to plead guilty but I do not have the money to pay the fines. When are they due?
- I have an arraignment date set - what is going to happen?
- What happens at trial?
- I am charged with a violation level offense. What are the possible penalties?
- I am a victim or witness - what is going to happen?
- I am charged with a Class B Misdemeanor. What are the possible penalties?
- Where do hearings occur?
- I am charged with a felony. What happens next?
- I am charged with a Class A Misdemeanor. What are the possible penalties?
- Can I bring a weapon to court?