RAYMOND, NH (October 21, 2016): Thursday morning Officers responded to 5 Old Cart Road for an unresponsive person. Officers arrived and located Paul McQueen (41) unresponsive. McQueen was pronounced deceased at the scene.
The cause an manner of his death are under investigation by the Raymond Police Department. An autopsy was scheduled and the cause of death pending the results of toxicology testing and the investigation, however, it does appear to the drug related.
If it is proved to be drug related, this will be the 5th Opioid-related overdose in Raymond in 2016. Officers have also responded to 30 non fatal overdose calls to date.
Anyone with information on this case is asked to call Sgt. Scott Payne at 895-4747.
The Raymond Police Facilities Committee is currently accepting letters of interest from town residents who are interested in volunteering their time as a member of the board.
The Raymond Police Facilities Committee is working diligently in the process of seeking voters approval for a new police facility.
Current board members include:
Public Safety Officials
Town Government Officials
The Raymond Police Building Committee currently meets every Thursday morning at the Safety Complex. Meeting dates/times are subject to change if necessary.
Interested community members are asked to submit a letter of interest to Chief David Salois, Committee Chairman, by October 28, 2016 via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to 1 Scribner Road, Raymond NH 03077.
Thursday morning (October 20,2016) we will be having a Police Facilities Committee meeting at 9:00 am in Torrent Hall. These meetings are open to residents and the public.
Please see the attached links for the upcoming agenda. Thank you.
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We Are Hiring! Our department currently has opening for Dispatchers & Officers. If you have an interest in working in Law Enforcement or Public Safety submit an application & resume.
The Raymond Police Department is now accepting applications/resumes for Full-Time and Part-Time Officer vacancies. Candidates must possess a high school diploma, valid driver’s license, and meet the requirements of the N.H.P.A. Full-Time Officer starting pay is $38,500 yearly. Pay determined by prior years of police service. (Lateral transfers possible). Part-Time Officer yearly starting wage is $16.80 per hour. Download an employment application from http://www.raymondnh.gov. Send resume, cover letter, and application to: The Raymond Police Dept., #1 Scribner Road, Raymond, NH 03077, or e-mail to: email@example.com. EOE
In an effort to keep residents informed, we will be developing a portion of our website to collect all of our minutes, agendas and reports. We will also be publishing the Space Needs report from Harriman Associates once finalized.
Tomorrow, October 13th, at 900 am we will be having a Committee meeting at the Raymond Police Department Conference room. The public is welcome to attend.
RAYMOND, NH (October 5, 2016):
In an effort to preserve lives and reduce overdose related deaths all officers of the Raymond Police Department recently received training and certification in the administering of Nalaxone (Narcan) and carry it with them while on patrol. The Raymond Police Department and Raymond Ambulance deployed NARCAN at a recent overdose call.
On October 3, 2016 Raymond Police and Ambulance responded to a residence on Sesame St. in reference to a male subject who had overdosed. Upon arrival Corporal Shevlin and Officer Frotton assessed the situation and administered Narcan through the subject’s nasal passage.
Upon arrival of Raymond Ambulance an intravenous dosage of Narcan was administered. The male subject became responsive and was transported to the Exeter Hospital for medical treatment.
Currently this year Raymond Detectives have investigated five (4) deaths attributed to Heroin / Fentanyl overdoses and have responded to many more overdose related calls.
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 degree 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: firstname.lastname@example.org
Submission deadline is: October 16, 2016. EOE
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:
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 email@example.com.