How Do I….
Request a copy of a police report?
All requests for a copy of a police report must be made in writing. You mail the request or drop it off in person. The fee to obtain a copy of a report is $20.00.
Get a background check?
You may obtain a copy of the background check form from the police department or you may print it out by clicking on the link under “Printable Forms”. The form must be completed and submitted to the State of New Hampshire at the address on the form.
Get a VIN verification?
This is a free service provided by the Sugar Hill Police Department whenever a Police Officer is on duty. You may contact the police department at 603-823-8725 or 603-823-8123 for officer availability.
Get my fingerprints taken?
This is a free service provided by the Sugar Hill Police Department whenever a Police Officer is on duty. You may contact the police department at 603-823-8725 or 603-823-8123 for officer availability
Add my residence to the house watch list?
Sugar Hill residents requesting to have their home added to our house watch list should contact the police department prior to their departure either by mail or phone or you may print it out by clicking on the link under “Printable Forms”. The following information will be needed to process your request: date leaving, date returning, emergency contact information, care taker information and alarm company information (if applicable).
Request a copy of an accident report?
All requests for a copy of an accident report must be made in writing. The request should be mailed or dropped off in person to the police department. The fee to obtain a copy of a report is $20.00 if it is mailed.
Get a pistol permit?
Pistol permits are issued through the police department of the town/city in which you reside. There is a $10.00 fee and is valid for five years, expiring on the permit holder’s birthday. In order to obtain a concealed weapons permit an applicant must provide his/her driver’s license, be at least 18 years of age, and have a criminal record check free of any felony convictions. The police department will obtain a criminal record check on the individual and note any felony or violent crimes. Domestic violence related incidents or restraining orders may prevent the issuance of a permit.If you are a resident and would like to obtain an application you may visit your local police department or print the application by clicking on the link located under “Downloadable Forms”. Please submit all completed applications to the police department and allow 10 days for processing. The permit must be picked up in person and a photo ID is required before the permit is issued.
File a complaint?
If you would like to report a complaint, please contact 603-823-8725 or 603-823-8123 to speak with an officer.