Category Archives: Police Department

Annual Fisher Cats Game

The Rollinsford Police Benevolent Association is hosting its annual trip to see the NH Fisher Cats play the Portland Seadogs in Manchester on Saturday, September 3.  The RPBA provides transportation to and from the Grade School for those who wish to take the bus.  The tickets are free and include transportation, game ticket, and meal package.  After the game there will be a fireworks display.  To order tickets please contact Chief Bob Ducharme via email or at 742-8549, extension 303.  Tickets are limited so place your order soon.

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NO FIREWORKS ALLOWED FOR JULY 4 HOLIDAY

NO FIREWORKS ALLOWED FOR JULY 4 HOLIDAY
Town Ordinance 10-03 requires a permit be issued by the Fire Department for anyone wishing to display permissable fireworks.  The deadline to request a permit has passed, so police will confiscate all illegal fireworks and issue tickets for those found in violation of the ordinance.

Firearm Safety Class

The Rollinsford Police Department will hold a free Citizen’s Firearm Safety course on Saturday, June 25 at the police department.  There will be discussion on laws concerning safe storage of firearms, open carry and concealed carry, firearms in vehicles, and use of force issues.  After the discussion, students will go to the police range and have an opportunity to fire their own weapons or use the department’s weapons, including handgun, shotgun, and rifle.

Class will run from 10 am to 2 pm.  Light lunch will be provided.  Class size is strictly limited.  This class is free of charge. To sign up contact Chief Robert Ducharme at 742-8549, extension 303 or at rducharme@rollinsfordpolice.org.

RGS DARE Graduation

On Thursday, May 12, 2016, many parents and friends of the 5th and 6th grade were in attendance at the Rollinsford Grade School for the DARE Graduation.  49 students received certificates after  several months of intense training from DARE instructor Officer Katie O’Brien of the Barrington Police Department.  The guest speaker, Lauryn Douglas of BRC Recovery spoke of her prior struggle with drug addiction and how she eventually made a choice to stop using drugs and how her life has dramatically changed for the better.  She encouraged all to make their own positive choices in life.  Chief Bob Ducharme challenged the graduating students to make a difference and spread the knowledge they had learned to their friends, neighbors and relatives or to anyone that would listen to them about making the correct choices and there is no need for drugs in their life.  Dignitaries in attendance were Principal Kate Lucas, Strafford County Sheriff Dave Dubois,  Barrington Police Bob Williams, and Rollinsford Lt. Jon Uraskevich.