The Salem Police Department's mission is to provide our community with value-based, effective and efficient law enforcement services. Maintaining accountability with our citizens through fair and equitable service to all is one of our hallmarks. We value the partnerships we have developed with and within our community. The preservation of fine quality of life Salem residents and visitors enjoy is our primary concern.
Relay for Life June 22nd & 23rd
The American Cancer Society is making progress towards a future without cancer and needs everyone's effort and dedication to fight this battle. The relay is an organized overnight community fundraising walk. Individuals and teams take turns walking around the track and is a family-friendly enviroment for the community.
On June 22nd & 23rd from 4pm-8am, please join us at Salem High School.
For more information and the Relay for Life website, click here.
SafetyNet by Lojack and the Salem Police Department are partnered in bringing loved ones home safely. The program is designed to help individuals with autism, Alzheimers, dementia and other similar cognitive conditions who wander and can not find their way home.
For more information, please visit SafetyNet by Lojack's website, www.safetynetbylojack.com
Citizen's Police Academy
The Citizen's Police Academy will give a person a better understanding of the operation of the Salem Police Department and greater awareness and apreciation of the challenges and decisions faced by its members each and every day. Community involvement is the most powerful force any law enforcement agency has in its fight against crime.
For more information, please click here. For an application, please click here or go to the "Forms" tab located on the right of the website.
New Fleet of Police Cruisers for Salem
Starting the first week in June and the following subsequent weeks, Salem PD will be deploying their new cruisers. Pictured below is one of the new fully marked Dodge Chargers.
Salem Police Honoring Officer Collier at MIT
Salem Police Honor Guard with Salem resident and MIT student at Officer Collier's Memorial Service.
Salem Police Department Honor Guard with Col. Alben from MA State Police at Officer Collier's Memorial Service.
DEA Drug Information for Parents
Please click here for information regarding useful information provided by the DEA for parents.
Directions for Prescription Pill Drop
The Salem Police Department has established a drop box for unused/expired medication as a way for persons to dipose of these medications properly. The pill drop box is located in the lobby of the Salem Police Department and is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration's National Survey, more than seven million Americans currently abuse prescrition drugs. The Partnership for a Drug Free America estimates each day, approximately 2,500 teens use prescription drugs to get high for the first time. Studies show that a majority of abused prescription drugs are obtained from family and friends, including the home medicine cabinet.
The Salem Police Department wishes to thank the Kiwanis club for providing the safe as we address a vital public safety and public health issue.
Non Emergency (603) 893-1911
Fax: (603) 894-4861
Salem Police Department Headquarters9 Veterans Memorial ParkwaySalem, NH 03079