The Pittsburg Police Department consists of the Chief of Police and certified part-time officers.
The Chief is on-duty 5 days a week and is on call nights and weekends.
Normal business hours are Monday through Friday 0800 hours to 1600 hours.
Please be advised the front entrance door is always locked for safety reasons.
The police station business number is 603.538.7003, the fax line is 603.538.6698.
If you require non-emergency police services, and no one is at the police station, you can call Colebrook Police Dispatch 24/7 at 603.237.4487.
If you require immediate police services in an emergency situation, please call 911.
In addition to covering Pittsburg, we have an agreement with the Town of Clarksville to respond to emergency calls for service 24/7.
As the largest town in size East of the Mississippi River, we are tasked with patrolling an enormous area (291.16 square miles).
We work closley with, not only area municipal police agencies, but also the New Hampshire State Police from Troop F, New Hampshire Fish & Game, Border Patrol & Protection, the Coos County Sheriffs Department, Vermont and Maine police agencies and area Fire Departments including 45th Parallel EMS services.
We have, in addition to a 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe police cruiser, a state of the art command post trailer, a Can-AM Commander 1000 side-by-side, a Cam-Am Outlander XT atv, a Ford Utility truck that is capable of pulling the Command Post and other trailers that house our OHRV equipment.
The Official Department Twitter account is @Pittsburgnhpd
We post current events, and other community related items daily on Twitter. Please follow us!
Officer Bridget Gales
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