Employment Resources for Law Enforcement
For information relating to employment as a law enforcement officer in the State of New Hampshire, the following links are available to assist in your search:
For questions regarding employment with the following agencies, visit the associated links below.
|Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office||Rockingham County, NH - Employment|
|Local police agencies||NH Municipal Association - Classified Ads|
|NH Cities and Towns||A listing of towns/cities and corresponding links is available at
NH.gov - NH Cities and Towns, please contact local towns/cities for information.
|New Hampshire State Police|
Each law enforcement agency in the State of New Hampshire is assigned specific duties as defined by New Hampshire Statutes. To find out which agency may be right for you, review the Statutes below.
|Deputy Sheriffs||Chapter 104 Sheriffs and Constables|
|Police Officers||Chapter 105 Police Officers and Watchmen|
|New Hampshire State Police||Chapter 106-B State Police|
Certification & Education
For questions regarding certification as a law enforcement officer in New Hampshire, visit: NH Police Standards and Training Council
For questions regarding education and the testing process, please visit: Great Bay Community College, Community Testing Alliance
- Participating agencies include: Alton, Allenstown, Bartlett, Bedford, Conway, Danville, Derry, Dover, Durham, East Kingston, Epsom, Exeter, Farmington, Gilford, Goffstown, Greenland, Keene, Kensington, Kingston, Laconia, Lee, Madison, Meredith, Milton, Mont Vernon, Moultonborough, New Castle, New Durham, Newfields, Newington, Newmarket, Plaistow, Portsmouth, Rochester, Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office, Rollinsford, Rye, Seabrook, Somersworth, South Hampton, Strafford County Sheriff’s Office, Stratham, Tamworth, Wakefield and Wolfboro, New Hampshire; Berwick, Ogunquit, Tuftonboro and York, Maine; Groveland, West Newbury and Rowley, Massachusetts.