The Thornton Police Department is pleased to announce that we are implementing the “Good Morning” program for Thornton residents. The Good Morning Program is designed to communicate with elderly residents and/or other residents who live along to provide well-being check.
The Thornton Police Department has setup a new Crime Tips email email@example.com. If you have information regarding any crimes occurring in the Town of Thornton that you would like to share with us please send the information to the above Crime Tips e-mail address. You can remain anonymous or not it’s totally up to you. We appreciate the help in keeping our community safe.
We are happy to announce that we now have an employment page! Moving forward, all of our available positions will be posted there, rather than on the home page. You can also find a link to the page in our menu under ‘Contact Us’. Bookmark it, and check back often!
Please join us in welcoming our New Chief of Police, Kenneth Miller. Chief Miller took the Oath of Office on Friday, April 28, 2017. His first day with the Police Department is May 1, 2017. Welcome Chief Miller to the community and congratulations on your appointment. Please feel free to stop in at the police department and introduce yourself to our new Chief of Police.
In response to a recent policy change occurring at Department of Safety, Division of Motor Vehicles, traffic crash reports also known as “accident reports” will no longer be available for release to the public and insurance companies by the Thornton Police Department effective immediately. The reports, and the information contained therein is deemed proprietary by DMV and we have not been authorized to release it.
Members of the public and insurance companies are instructed to contact NH DMV for copies of crash (accident) reports or please call DMV headquarters at (603) 227-4040 for additional information.
As a community oriented law enforcement agency, the Thornton Police Department strives to make your contacts with the police department professional, and informative in every way. When you have been helped by a Thornton Police Officer, or other police department employee, you can recommend commendations for that person. View the guidelines for commending an employee.
Mental Illness is a condition that disrupts a person’s thinking, feeling, mood, ability to relate to others and daily functioning. Mental illnesses often make it impossible for an individual to cope with ordinary demands of life. Mental illnesses can affect persons of any age, race, religion, or income. The illness is not the result of personal weakness or poor upbringing. There are treatments for mental illnesses that can give a person diagnosed with a serious mental illness some relief from their symptoms.
NAMI (National Alliance for Mental Illness) is the largest nonprofit organization dedicated to advocating for services and treatments for people who live with mental illnesses. NAMI is the foundation for several State Organizations.
NAMI-NH has a Family Support Group in the Plymouth Area. They meet the first and third Monday of every month at 7 p.m. at the Pease Public Library, downstairs. This is open to anyone who is dealing with a close friend or family member who has mental illness. For information, call Marcia at 254-5090, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Carol at 536-2699.