Your Safety

Alarm Registration

Alarm Registration Form

 

Child Passenger Safety Program

The Weare Police Department is committed to helping you keep your children safe. The purpose of the Child Passenger Safety Program is to provide the necessary knowledge to parents,
grandparents, and care givers to safely transport children in a motor vehicle. Approximately 8 out of every 10 child seats are being used incorrectly. Buckling children in age- and size-appropriate car seats, booster seats, and seat belts reduces the risk of serious and fatal injuries.

For more information on the NH Law regarding Child Passenger Restraints (NH RSA265:107-a), visit this link: http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/xxi/265/265-107-a.htm

For help with car seat selections, recall notices, and cars seat ratings, visit this link: http://www.safercar.gov/parents/carseats/right-seat-age-and-size-recommendations.htm?view=full

To contact your Nationally Certified Child Passenger Safety Technician for questions or to schedule an appointment for an inspection, please call theWeare Police Department at 603-529-7755, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Civilian Accident Report

In the State of New Hampshire, any Motor Vehicle Accident causing death, personal injury, or combined vehicle/property damage in excess of $1,000 must be reported in writing to the Division of Motor Vehicles within 15 days.  Failure to report in the cases of death or personal injury is a felony. Failure to report following a property damage only accident is a misdemeanor.
Civilian Accident Report

 

Operational Call In (OCI)

This program is for the senior residents in town to on a call list. They can call the dispatch center every day for check in. If the member has not been heard from by 10:00 AM, an Officer will respond to the residence to check their welfare.
Operational Call In Form

 

Receive Public Safety Alerts

Register a cell phone number with Nixel to receive public safety alerts.
Receive Public Safety Alerts

 

Sex Offender Registration Information

As required by state statue (NH RSA 651-B), the Weare Police Department maintains sex offender registration files for all convicted sexual offenders living in Weare or out-of-state offenders working in Weare. The NH State Police maintain a list of sexual offenders on their website, which is listed below. This list does not include all sexual offenders; it only includes offenders who were convicted of offenses against children.
Sex Offender Registration Information Document

 

Vacant Property Check (VPC)

Residents can fill out a vacation house check form if they plan to be away on vacation. The information is entered into the system and Officers will do random checks on the residence until the owner returns.
 Vacation Property Check Form