This female dog was turned in to the fire department. Contact the NH Humane Society if you recognize her 524-3252 ... See MoreSee Less

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The Campton, NH Police Department is accepting applications for a Full-Time Police Officer to fill an immediate position.

Candidates must pass a physical agility test, oral board, psychological exam, and medical physical, as well as an extensive background investigation.

Applicants must be a US citizen, 21 years of age prior to receiving a conditional offer of employment, and must possess a High School diploma or GED equivalent. Military service and/or a college degree is desirable, but not required.

The annual base range is $44,200 to $50,830 with a benefits package to include 13 paid holidays, vacation leave, accrued sick leave, personal leave and enrollment in the NH Retirement System. Employees are offered a choice of health insurance plans with either 93% or 85% of the monthly premium covered by the Town. Employees who are covered by another health insurance plan receive an additional $5,100 annually.

The starting pay is negotiable based on experience level. The police department is currently comprised of 7 full-time officers. Officers work rotating shifts and provide 24 hour coverage to approximately 3,300 full-time residents with an increase of population during tourist seasons.

Interested candidates are to send a cover letter and resume to Campton Police Department, PO Box 127, Campton, NH 03223, Attention: Chief Christopher Warn. If you have any questions, you can contact Ms. Janet Woolfenden, Secretary to the Chief of Police, or Lt. Payer at (603) 726-8874 or by email at j.woolfenden@camptonnhpd.org or p.payer@camptonnhpd.org. EOE/AA.
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For the period of December 1 - December 31, 2017 the police department investigated 135 incidents, made 13 arrests, and responded to 500 calls for service.

Incidents included assaults, drug offenses, burglaries, suspicious persons, driving under the influence, trespassing, harassment, disorderly conduct, fraud, thefts, and other offenses.

Burglaries occurred on Front Street and US Route 3

The following is a summary of arrests made by officers during this period. Please note that juvenile and town ordinance offenses are not included.

A 35 year old female was arrested on Riverside Drive for felony possession of controlled drugs

A 39 year old female was indicted for felony theft and driving as a habitual offender on Six Flags Road

A 23 year old female was arrested for conduct after an accident on NH Route 175

A 56 year old male was arrested for simple assault and criminal threatening on US Route 3

An 18 year old male was arrested for driving after suspension on Pond Road

An intoxicated female was taken in to protective custody on Winterbrook Road

An 18 year old male was arrested on Winterbrook Road for driving after suspension and suspended registrations

A 32 year old male was arrested for domestic violence assault on NH Route 175

A 39 year old female was arrested on a warrant from Littleton PD

A 35 year old male was arrested for theft and receiving stolen property on Sunset Circle

Additionally the Campton Police made 50 motor vehicle stops issuing 48 warnings and 2 citations and investigated 3 motor vehicle accidents.
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12/16/17 Update: Otto has been found! ... See MoreSee Less

Reunited 12-16-17!!! Thanks to a sighting, Otto’s family was able to locate him! LOST DOG - Campton, NH - Otto went missing 12/12/17 from Dubeau circle/ Waterville Estates in Campton, NH. Otto is...

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*Update*. Cooper has been found!

Missing Dog Ellsworth Hill Rd.

Cooper age 1.5 years,
very friendly.
Ridgeback, lab mix.
Last seen 230pm at Cascade Lodge Ellsworth Hill Campton.

Contact Campton PD if located 726-8874
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For the period of November 1 - November 30, 2017 the police department investigated 165 incidents, made 10 arrests, and responded to 546 calls for service.

Incidents included assaults, drug offenses, burglary, suspicious persons, driving under the influence, trespassing, harassment, disorderly conduct, fraud, thefts, and other offenses.

A burglary was reported on Route 3

The following is a summary of arrests made by officers during this period. Please note that juvenile and town ordinance offenses are not included.

A 52 year old female was arrested on Route 3 for driving under the influence and assault on a police officer

A 31 year old male was arrested on Riverside Drive for felony second degree assault

A 32 year old female was indicted for felony possession of a controlled drug on Carla Court

A 36 year old male was indicted for driving as a habitual offender

A 21 year old male was arrested on Riverside Drive on a warrant from Woodstock PD

A 38 year old female was arrested on Interstate 93 on warrants from the Grafton County Sheriff's Office and NH Probation and Parole

A 35 year old male was arrested on Route 3 on a bench warrant

A 29 year old male was arrested for driving under the influence on Route 3

A 29 year old female was arrested on Route 3 on a bench warrant

A 45 year old female was arrested for bail jumping

Additionally the Campton Police made 78 motor vehicle stops issuing 74 warnings and 4 citations and investigated 2 motor vehicle accidents.
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The Thornton Police presents information that everyone needs to know "Internet Safety." If you're interested in attending the class please send a message with your name and phone number to admin@thorn...

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The Campton Police Department is looking for the public's help in identifying the male pictured in this photograph. If you recognize him please contact us at 726-8874 ... See MoreSee Less

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Veterans Day Ceremony November 11

In honor of our Military Veterans, a celebration is scheduled on November 11, to begin at 10:45 AM in front of the Campton Town Offices, 12 Gearty Way.

We hope all can attend this short but important service. The Boy Scouts will be on hand to render colors and speak.

If any of you have someone who would like to speak or anyone in particular you'd like to specifically honor, please let me know.

Please pass this on to any military veterans so that we may thank them for their service.

In case of bad weather, we will move into the Community Room.
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November 11, 2017, 10:45am

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For the period of October 1 - October 31, 2017 the police department investigated 138 incidents, made 8 arrests, and responded to 555 calls for service.

Incidents included assaults, drug offenses, suspicious persons, driving under the influence, trespassing, harassment, disorderly conduct, fraud, thefts, and other offenses.

The following is a summary of arrests made by officers during this period. Please note that juvenile and town ordinance offenses are not included.

A 58 year old male was arrested for violation of a protective order

A 27 year old female was arrested on Route 49 for Aggravated Driving Under the Influence - 3rd offense

A 56 year old female was arrested for violation of a protective order

A 73 year old male was arrested for shoplifting on Six Flags Road

A 30 year old female was arrested for bail jumping

A 28 year old female was arrested for bail jumping

A 27 year old female was arrested for driving after suspension on Interstate 93

Additionally the Campton Police made 89 motor vehicle stops issuing 82 warnings and 7 citations and investigated 7 motor vehicle accidents.
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Another Halloween in the books...Thank you to all who assisted in making this year's Trick or Treating a success. The Campton Baptist Church provided a welcoming and warm place for all. ... See MoreSee Less

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According to the latest information we’ve received, there are currently 75 homes that have yet to have their power restored. We will continue to check on these neighbors, but please contact us (726-8874) or the FD (726-3300) if you have any specific concerns. ... See MoreSee Less

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Both the police department and fire department are going through town checking on how our residents are doing as many are still without power. We have been focusing on seniors and/or those with known medical issues, however if you are aware of any specific addresses that should be checked but you are unable to do so, please let either department know and we will. Take care of your neighbors and friends. Campton-Thornton FD is 726-3300 and the police department is 726-8874. ... See MoreSee Less

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HALLOWEEN TRICK OR TREATING HOURS -
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3 5 PM to 7:30 PM
After much consideration, we have opted to postpone trick or treating in the Town of Campton to Friday evening, November 3 from 5 pm to 7:30 pm. By doing so, we hope to have a safer experience for the kids, as well as an opportunity for our residents to get their power back, and enjoy the evening events as well. Many people were consulted in this decision, and it was the consensus that this was the best choice.
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HALLOWEEN...Many of you have contacted the Police Department to find out about Trick or Tricking in town this evening. As we are still without power in much of the community, that answer has not been determined. We expect to have an announcement within the hour and will post to Facebook, and the town's signage on Route 49 at the Fire House. ... See MoreSee Less

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Update on conditions...some sections of the western side of town have gotten power starting at around 530pm. Route 175 and Rt 3 are open, just be very cautious if you need to travel. Due to the power outage, the traffic lights at the Rt 175 and Rt 49 intersection by the Campton Dam are still out, so please use extra caution.
Be safe and thanks to all for your continued patience and cooperation.
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UPDATE on roads...The town is still without power in most areas and we have not received notice of when that will change. A shelter has been opened at the Campton Elementary School and all are welcome. NH Route 49 has been reopened next to the Campton Dam and Route 175 between Route 49 and Blair Road is clear. Route 175 from Blair Road to the Holderness Town Line is littered with downed trees on power lines so please seek another route. Beech Hill Road at the Bog Pond Dam is closed as well. Brayman Road, Cook Hill Road, Chandler Hill Road are all closed.
If you must head out, please do so cautiously.
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National Prescription Drug Take Back Day
October 28th, 10am - 2pm
Campton Police Department

Turn in your unused or expired prescription medical for safe disposal
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