Safety, Security and Service
Town of Conway, New Hampshire
Welcome to the Conway NH Police Department
The men and women of the Conway Police Department are proud to serve the Conway, New Hampshire community. We are committed to providing the highest level of safety, security and service to all of our residents and visitors, and to preserving the quality of life we enjoy here in the Mt. Washington Valley. Our officers are determined to serve as a deterrent to crime, to develop and maintain relationships with our schools, community groups, residential and business organizations and to promote a safe environment receptive to tourism.
We hold ourselves to a standard of excellence in the performance of our duties and are committed to upholding all laws ethically and responsibly. In addition, we are dedicated to our personnel by providing continuous training and educational development, as well as career enhancement opportunities. We welcome comments and suggestions that will help us fulfill our commitment to excellence in providing these police services.
If you have any questions at any time please contact us.
Edward K. Wagner
Chief of Police
August 12, 2020:
The Conway Police Department is currently hiring for three (3) open full-time Police Officer positions in our Patrol Division. Applications are being accepted through Wednesday September 2, 2020. Please visit http://www.PoliceApp.com/ConwayNH for job description, information on the hiring process and to apply. Please continue to monitor our Employment page for updates and/or future open positions within the Conway Police Department. The Conway Police Department is an equal opportunity employer.
June 16, 2020:
The Conway Police Department is currently hiring for and open position full-time position of public safety Dispatcher for our Communications Center. Applications are being accepted through Wednesday July 8, 2020. Please visit http://www.PoliceApp.com/ConwayNH for job description, information on the hiring process and to apply. Please continue to monitor our Employment page for updates and/or future open positions within the Conway Police Department. For additional information on the Conway Police Department's Public Safety Dispatch Center you can also refer to our Dispatch info page on our website by clicking here. The Conway Police Department is an equal opportunity employer.
April 12, 2020:
Police Prosecutor Sergeant William Strong, along with Victim Witness Advocate Melissa Smith, would like to make victims of crime aware of a new online resource available to them. VINELink was developed by a company called APRISS Safety and their website can be reached by clicking here. The took provides a number of different resources to victims of crime including notifications when an offender is released from the Carroll County House of Corrections either on bail or after their sentence is served. VINELink also provides resources for victims for seeking out service providers, or simply finding a person to talk to when in need. The service and signup is completely free. For more information, or to access the service directly from the Conway Police Department's resources page, click here.
March 16, 2020:
Effective immediately and until further notice, due to the recent pandemic involving COVID-19, the Conway Police Department will operate with the following procedures. Officers will respond to all calls for service and will continue to respond in-person to calls where there is, or could be, life safety issues. All criminal investigations will continue.
However, the following modifications will be made that the public should be aware of:
1.) When possible, officers will conduct all non-emergency calls and investigations by telephone.
2.) Citizens are encouraged to use the telephone to make a report as an alternative to coming to the Conway Police Department.
3.) All tours and visits to the Conway Police Department are suspended.
4.) NO APPLICANT FINGERPRINTING will be conducted for private citizens until further notice.
5.) When responding to emergency calls or interacting with the public in an official capacity, officers will refrain from shaking hands and maintain a distance of 6-8 feet from the general public.
Thank you for your cooperation during these unprecedented and trying times.