|DO YOU HAVE INFORMATION ON DRUG ACTIVITY?
Call the Narcotics Hotline to report your information:
The Nashua Police Department’s Narcotics/Intelligence Division is made up of a Lieutenant, a Sergeant and several undercover detectives. The Narcotics Division supports one federally funded and one state funded task force. The Nashua Police Department is proud to be the largest municipal drug unit in the State of New Hampshire.
The Nashua Police Department’s Narcotics/Intelligence Division investigates all violations of the Controlled Drug Act, 318-B:2 to 318-B:30, as outlined in the New Hampshire Revised Statutes Annotated. The Narcotics/Intelligence Division also investigates vice functions such as prostitution and gambling.
The Narcotics/Intelligence Division is largely dependant on seized assets of drug dealers. Over the past several years, the Division was involved in the seizure of a single family home, two condominiums, two snowmobiles, two boats, a motor home, four cars, one truck, a complete home gym, over thirty pieces of audio and visual equipment and over $120,000. The Nashua Police Department will receive a percentage of the sale of these assets, and the money will be used to fund future investigations.
The Narcotics Hotline may be used to report any suspected drug activities. Citizens are urged to call this number with any information concerning illegal drug activity. When providing information on the hot line you may leave your name and a contact number if you would like to speak with a detective or leave the information anonymously. This Hotline can also be used to report any type of criminal information that a citizen feels the police should know about. The success of the Narcotics/Intelligence Division depends upon the assistance it receives from everyday citizens. Please don’t hesitate to call with whatever information you may possess.
Questions concerning the Nashua Police Department’s Narcotics/Intelligence Division can be directed to the Narcotics Lieutenant at (603) 594-3500.
NASHUA POLICE DEPARTMENT DRUG HOTLINE