Raymond Police Department

 

Welcome to the Raymond Police Department.  This website is designed to make it as convenient as possible for you to get forms and other information.  If you cannot find something or have any questions, please contact us at (603) 895-4747.

 

Our goal is to provide a safe environment for all of our residents and visitors.  Raymond is a wonderful community and I know that you will enjoy all it has to offer. 

 

Sincerely,

 

Chief Michael R. Labell

 

Michael R. Labell

Chief of Police

603.895.4747

mlabell@raymondnh.gov

Chad Shevlin

Lieutenant

603.895.4747

cshevlin@raymondnh.gov

Departmental Mission

 

The mission of the Raymond Police Department is to enhance the quality of life in the Town of Raymond by working cooperatively with the public and within the framework of the United State Constitution to enforce the laws, preserve the peace, reduce fear and provide for a safe environment.

About Raymond PD

 

The Values, Guiding Principles and Mission of the Raymond Police Department are as follows:

 

  • Preserve and Advance Democratic Values - We shall uphold this country's democratic values as embodied in the Constitution and shall dedicate ourselves to the preservation of liberty and justice for all.

  • Improve the Quality of Community Life - We shall strive to improve the quality of life through the provision of quality and equitable services.

  • Improve Quality of Work Life - We shall strive to improve the working environment of the department and for the employees by engaging in open and honest communication and demonstrating a genuine concern for one another.

  • Demonstrate Professionalism - We shall always engage in behavior that is beyond ethical reproach and reflects the integrity of police professionals.

 

Guiding Principles

 

  • Life and individual freedoms are sacred. All persons should be treated fairly and equitably. The role of the police is to resolve problems through the enforcement of laws - not through the imposition of judgment and punishment.

 

  • Because law enforcement and public safety reflect community-wide concern, the police must actively seek the involvement of citizens in all aspects of policing.

 

  • The fundamental responsibility of the police is provision of quality service. The department's employees are its most valuable asset. Employee involvement in departmental activities is essential for maintaining a productive environment. Employees should be treated fairly and equitably and recognition of basic human dignity as a means of enriching their work life.