Town Offices Are Closed
The Warner Board of Selectmen have closed Town Hall Offices to the public per the Governor's Stay At Home Executive Order Order #17. Most all Town business can be performed on-line. If you have quuestions, please use email or phone. If you need to physically come to an office, you must schedule an appointment. To get email notices of meeting agendas, meeting minutes, and other town information, sign up at https://warner.nh.us/keep-in-touch
The following offices are closed Thursday, December 24, 2020: Town Clerk, Tax Collector.
|Contact:||William Chandler - Police Chief|
Theresa Buskey - Administrative Assistant - PD
|Address:||180 West Main St|
PO Box 268
Warner NH 03278
603-456-3433 (non emergency)
7:00 AM to 5:00 PM Mon-Thu
The Warner Police Department officially began after a Town vote on October 4, 1774. Stephen Edmund was voted into office as the Town's constable for a term of one year.
Over the passing years, the Warner Police Department continued to serve the community with part-time officers. In 1990 the Town appointed William Chandler as its first full-time police officer who now serves as Chief of Police.
The Police Department now consists of four full-time officers, one part-time officer and a full-time administrative assistant. The Department possesses and utilizes a full array of modern policing equipment, most of which was obtained through federal and state grants. The agency has three vehicles that are in current use. These vehicles consist of two patrol sedans and an SUV that is utilized during poorer weather conditions and on special assignments.
The Warner Police Department is committed to the concept of community policing. It is the dedication of the Warner Police Department to responsibly address the community's needs and to provide professional services that contribute to the quality of life of its residents.