Officers Wanted!

The Raymond Police Department is accepting applications for a Full-Time Officer.  Candidates must possess a high school diploma, valid driver’s license and meet the requirements of the NH Police Academy. Experience and college degreePicture1 preferred.  Entry level salary $38,100 – lateral transfers on salary matrix by years of service.   Applications can be obtained at the Raymond Police Department, 1 Scribner Road, Raymond, NH 03077, or at www.raymondnh.gov Applications/resumes can also be sent by e-mail to:  msmith@raymondnh.gov

Submission deadline is:   October 16, 2016. EOE

9/7/2016 Accident

RAYMOND, NH (September 7, 2016): At about 9:50 AM Raymond Police, Fire and Ambulance responded to a motor vehicle accident involving a vehicle into a house on Fremont Road.

Responding Officers discovered that a 2015 Nissan Juke being operated by:

Bryan Labrie
30 YOA
Chester, NH

Was driving south on Fremont Road when he lost control of the vehicle causing him to collide with the single family home.   This remains under investigation.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Raymond Police at 895-4747 or email Detective Sergeant Payne at spayne@raymondnh.gov.

9/21/2016 Officers wanted!

The Raymond Police Department is accepting applications for a Full-Time Officer.  Candidates must possess a high school diploma, valid driver’s license and meet the requirements of the NH Police Academy. Experience and college degreePicture1 preferred.  Entry level salary $38,100 – lateral transfers on salary matrix by years of service.   Applications can be obtained at the Raymond Police Department, 1 Scribner Road, Raymond, NH 03077, or at www.raymondnh.gov Applications/resumes can also be sent by e-mail to:  msmith@raymondnh.gov

Submission deadline is:   October 16, 2016. EOE

8/13/2016 Checkpoint Arrests

RAYMOND, NH (August 13, 2016):  Four people were arrested last evening as a result of the sobriety checkpoint.

Two people were arrest for Driving While Intoxicated and two others for Possession of Marijuana.  Officers also issued a number of warnings for other infractions.

Officers received a great deal of support and praise from motorists passing thru the checkpoint which was setup in the area of Route 27 and Epping Street at 9pm and was cleared by 3am.

Officers and Dispatchers were assisted by the Raymond Police Explorers and a volunteer from RCFY in setting up and conducted Raymond Police’s fourth annual Sobriety Checkpoint.  Funding for the checkpoint was offset by the Raymond Coalition for Youths inclusion in the Drug Free Communities Grant.