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July 17, 2017
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Bow High School Library
Bow, NH 03304
No cost
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Medical / Mental Health Registration Event

Monday, July 17, 2017

The Bow and Dunbarton Police Departments, in conjunction with the Goffstown  Police Department’s Communication Center, is pleased to announce a Medical/Mental Health Registration Event to be held on Monday, July 17th from 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM in the Bow High School Library located at 55 Falcon Way, Bow, NH 03304.

The Medical/Mental Health Registration program allows any citizen to provide information regarding themselves, a family member or friend so police can be better prepared to effectively assist an individual that may be suffering from a mental health emergency or medical condition. This program is intended to aid Emergency Dispatchers and Police Officers in their response to calls for assistance involving individuals with mental health or medical impairments in order to provide the best possible level of service. The registration may also include key lock box information in the event there is an emergency at your home and first responders need to make entry into your home.

The information you provide is kept on file and will remain confidential. It will be accessed only by emergency personnel who are engaged in a crisis situation. Additionally, if a juvenile is reported missing by a parent or guardian and the parent or guardian has completed registration paperwork, law enforcement officers will be aware of de-escalation techniques, triggers, stimulants, physical descriptors and the most-likely places where the juvenile may go. This will allow us to locate the juvenile faster and more efficiently. The more we know, the better we can serve!

Mental health professionals and representatives from various community outreach programs will be in attendance.


Any questions about this event may be directed to Dunbarton Police Sergeant Christopher Remillard at, Bow Police Sergeant Arthur Merrigan at or Goffstown Police Communications Specialist Heidi Roberge at