Police Department

It is my privilege and honor as the Chief of Police to welcome you to the Hill Police Department webpage. We have prepared this website to help familiarize you with our police department and our community. The Town of Hill, New Hampshire is nestled in beautiful Merrimack County and has a population of approximately 1,100 residents. Hill, New Hampshire is a quaint New England town rich in history.  It is located near major shopping and recreational attractions and only 12 miles from Interstate 93. Hill is bounded by Bristol and Alexandria to the north, New Hampton, Sanbornton and the Pemigewasset River to the east, Andover and Franklin to the south and Danbury to the west.

I am hopeful that you will find our webpage useful for links and information that may be helpful should you need police assistance. In the event of an emergency, please call 911. Should you need non-emergency services, you are encouraged to contact the Hill Police Department by calling (603) 934-3949. You may also reach us by email at hillpolicedept@gmail.com, jguerriero@townofhillnh.org,  or on Facebook at Hill NH Police Department. Thank you for taking the time to visit our webpage.


Joseph Guerriero
Chief of Police

Address: 30 Crescent Street, Suite 4, Hill, NH
Telephone: 603-934-6437
Fax: 603-934-0122
24 Hour Dispatch: 603-934-3949
Emergency Management Officer: Jamie Moulton

Mission Statement

Through collaborative efforts and partnerships with our community, provide the highest quality of law enforcement services in a manner that is fair, impartial, and consistent with the rights and dignity provided for by the laws of the Constitution of the United States and the State of New Hampshire.

Vision Statement

Through innovative thinking and goal setting, the Hill Police Department is committed to delivering unparalleled service to our community. We will continue to strengthen community relationships and public trust while striving for excellence though a small-town community policing approach. The Hill Police Department will promote programs that will impact the reduction of crime and the fear of crime within the community.


  • Integrity – We conduct ourselves with uncompromised honesty, honor, and ethics.
  • Human Dignity – We acknowledge and recognize the value, worth, and rights of all citizens.
  • Justice – We serve our community in an unbiased and impartial manner, applying equal protection to all under the law.
  • Professionalism – We are accountable to ourselves and the public for the quality of our service, and we seek to continually improve ourselves, our department, and our community relationships.


Emergency Contact Outreach Letter
Emergency Contact Outreach Form
Vacant House Check Form
Pistol Permit

Helpful Links and Information

Scams/Identity Theft

Identity Theft | Consumer Protection & Antitrust Bureau | NH Department of Justice

Mental Health Resources

Home – NAMI New Hampshire (naminh.org)

Home – Riverbend Community Mental Health – Treatment Works (riverbendcmhc.org)

Lakes Region Mental Health Center (lrmhc.org)

Domestic Violence Resources

New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence – New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence (nhcadsv.org)

Voices Against Violence |

Substance Abuse/ Homeless Shelter Resources

New England Behavioral Health Rehab | Granite Recovery Centers

Hill, NH Homeless Shelters (homelessshelterdirectory.org)

State and Local area police agencies

New Hampshire State Police Troop D- (603) 271-1162

Alexandria Police Department- (603) 744-6650

Andover Police Department- (603) 735-5777

Bristol Police Department (603) 744-6320

Danbury Police Department (603) 768-5568

Franklin Police Department (603) 934-2535

Merrimack County Sheriff’s Office (603) 796-6600

Other area Resources

Beauchines Towing- (603) 934-6328

DC Towing- (603) 738-9805

New Hampton Towing- (603) 744-6100

Mr. C’s Taxi Service- (603)-527-8001