Plainfield, New Hampshire
In case of emergency, dial 911
Plainfield Police Department
October 15, 2013
As colder weather approaches, The Town of Plainfield is updating our emergency services list of residents who have special needs or circumstances that might benefit from extra attention during an emergency, particularly one with prolonged power outages. For example, a person dependent on supplemental oxygen, a resident who has a medical condition that requires regular trips to the hospital for treatment, or an elderly resident living alone might want to register for this voluntary list.
During an event such as an ice storm or flood, Emergency Service Personnel will check in with the people listed on the registry to make sure they are okay. This is a confidential document used only for the safety and welfare of the people in the Town of Plainfield. If you have a neighbor or relative who might benefit from this service, please make sure they know about this registry.
Please print the registration form, complete it and mail it to PO Box 380 Meriden NH 03770 or drop it off to either the Police Department or the Town Clerk’s Office.
Thank you for helping to keep our community safe!
Paul Roberts, Chief
The Plainfield Police Department is working hard to educate the community about child safety and crime prevention. For examples of our efforts, take a look at our Community Outreach page.
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