Waterville Valley Police Department
Waterville Valley Police Department is responsible
for law enforcement in the Town of Waterville Valley.
The department provides 24-hours of coverage, 7-
days a week. All law enforcement and community
related activities are achieved by 5 full-time state
certified police officers and 6 part-time certified
Community Relations (Citizen’s Public Safety
Academy, Fishing Derby, Special Olympics,
DARE, Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund, Coffee
with a Cop, and others)
Building Checks and Security (Commercial and
Prosecution in Circuit Court
Training and Education
Assistance to other departments and area
agencies. (Campton, Thornton, Grafton County
Sheriff, State Police, USFS, WVMSD)
Waterville Valley Police is dispatched through the
Grafton County Sheriff’s Office in Haverhill, NH. The
Waterville Valley Police file criminal misdemeanor
and violations through the 2nd Circuit – District
Division - Plymouth. Felony level cases are referred
to the Grafton County Attorney for prosecution.
The Department of Public Safety is easily located at
14 TAC Lane off of Tripoli Road. If traveling into
town from Route 49, turn left onto Tripoli Road
(Towards the Ski Area), TAC Lane is the first right from the intersection of Route
49 and Tripoli Road.
From Town, on Route 49 (Valley Road), take a right onto Tripoli Road and the
same as above.
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SECONDS COUNT IN AN EMERGENCY!
Grafton County has instituted the CodeRed Emergency Notification System - an
ultra high-speed telephone communication service for emergency notifications.
This system allows us to telephone targeted areas of Grafton County in case of
an emergency situation that requires immediate action (such as a missing child
or evacuation notices). The system is capable of dialing thousands of phone
numbers per hour. It then delivers our recorded message to a live person or an
answering machine, making three attempts to connect to any number.
A document explaining Grafton County Sheriff’s Office CodeRed system can be
downloaded here-feel free to share it.
It is important that all residents and business within the County subscribe to the
system to ensure proper notification can be made during an emergency.
Subscription is quick and easy, and your information will remain confidential
within our system and not be used for any other purpose.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)
How do I request a Police Report?
Copies of police reports can be obtained by completing the “Record Request Form” and
submitting to the Department of Public Safety. The instructions are written on the form.
You will need to know the date and time of the incident, the case number or the names
of the involved person(s).
NO incident reports will be authorized for release if the case is still under investigation.
There is a processig fee for each incident record requested.
How do I appeal a Parking Ticket?
Please visit the Parking Citation Appeal Page and follow the instructions within
10-days of violation. You may also download and print the Parking Ticket Appeal
How do I file a Complaint against a member of the department?
Complaints against members of the department or about department operations are taken
very seriously. To ensure prompt attention, to protect the public, members, and the town,
proper procedures must be followed. Please visit the File a Complaint page for instructions on
making a complaint against a member of the department.
How do I apply for a Concealed Pistol Permit?
Concealed Pistol permits are issued through the Police Department in the
community where you reside. The cost of the permit is $10.00 and is valid for
four years from the date of issue. In order for Waterville Valley residents to
obtain a pistol permit, an applicant must provide his/her driver's license with
Waterville Valley as the primary address, be at least 18 years of age, and have
a criminal record check free of felony convictions.
The Police Department will obtain a criminal record check on the individual, and
note any felony or violent crimes that may prevent the issuance of the permit.
Domestic violence related crimes or restraining orders may prevent the
issuance of a permit. Pistol Permit Applications Pistol permit applications can be
obtained at the Police Department or you may print the form. Completed forms
can be dropped off or mailed to the Police Department. The permit must be
picked up in person upon notification of issuance, which takes approximately 10
business days. You will need Adobe® Reader® to view and print this form.
Department Statistics (pdf. download)
Dial 911 for EMERGENCY
Waterville Valley, NH Department of Public Safety
14 TAC Lane / P.O. Box 500
Waterville Valley, New Hampshire 03215
Dispatch: 603-236-4732 or Duty Cell Phone: 603-254-6708
David C. Noyes
Chief of Police / Deputy Director
Do you have an
We ask that
owners notify the
department about their
alarm systems. We ask
that the information is
Alarm Information Form
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Department of Public Safety