Lebanon Police Department

Posted on: May 15, 2017

Community Conversation with Police Chief Richard Mello

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Residents of Lebanon and West Lebanon are invited to a town-hall forum with Lebanon Police Chief Richard Mello.

Chief Mello will share his policing philosophy and thoughts on dealing with challenges in our city, including the opioid epidemic, homelessness, and the burden of being the regional hub at the center of a major New England crossroads.

Topics such as marijuana decriminalization, race and gender, mental health issues, and law enforcement interactions with ICE will also be covered.

Bring your questions and comments about these and any other issues of concern to you. This is your chance to ask questions and hear directly from Lebanon’s Chief of Police.

Open to the Public

Tuesday, May 20, 2017 6:00-8:00pm Seminary Hill School Auditorium, West Lebanon, NH

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