Monday, September 11, 2017

Fund Raising Scam

Dear Wentworth Residents,

The Wentworth Police Department has conducted an investigation regarding recent e-mails that have been sent out to the public that has been determined to be a new type of scam.

The e-mail states that it is a fund raiser from an organization called FUNDLY. and is titled,

                                           Encourage Tasha

The e-mail has a logo on it from the New Hampshire Department of Health And Human Services and it is trying to solicit funds for a young girl by the name of "Tasha". The e-mail represents itself as having been sent by, or, is in some way associated with the New Hampshire Department of Health And Human Services

It shows a picture of a young female child and states that she has a medical condition that cannot be taken care of in the United States so she needs to raise funds so she can go to a specialist in the UK.

Please be advised that I have verified with the New Hampshire Department of Health And Human Services that this is a scam. Do not send these people any monies.

Please simply delete the e-mail and do not respond to it in any way.

Thank You
Chief Wallace Trott

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Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Follow Up On Dog Licenses

Dear Wentworth Residents,

The town of Wentworth has sent out notices to remaining residents who have still not licensed their dogs. This is a New Hampshire state statute, not a town ordinance, so it needs to be adhered to. I have as well posted a previous notice on our website, this being my second, in an attempt to try and get this matter resolved as amicably as possible.

I have also recently sent out written notices, and, followed up with phone calls. It is "NOT" our intent to issues summons and or have to follow up with warrants, our intent is to simply remind our residents that this needs to be taken care of so that no further action will be required.

I know that a lot of residents have come in and licensed their dogs since having received my letter, I want to say a sincere "Thank You" to those of you that have done so, and, I want to remind and encourage those who have yet to do so, to please come in and complete the process.

Thank you in advance for helping me take care of this matter.

Respectfully, Chief Wallace Trott

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Friday, August 11, 2017

Unlicensed Dogs

Dear Wentworth Residents,

Please note that if you have not licensed your dog you need to do so ASAP. We have been tasked with issuing summonses for unlicensed dogs and unanswered summons will be followed up with warrants. I am asking that you address this accordingly so that we don't have to take a preventable unnecessary action such as issuing summonses and warrants. It is also cheaper for you to license your dogs than pay fines, penalties, and then license them on top of that.

Thank you,

Chief Wallace Trott
Wentworth Police Department

Thursday, July 6, 2017

Speeding Complaints

Dear Wentworth residents,

Please note that due to numerous complaints from Wentworth residents regarding speeding vehicles in several specific areas, the Wentworth Police Department will be conducting proactive speed enforcement details over the course of the next couple of months. Please me mindful of the posted speed limits when traveling on our local roads.

ThankYou,
 Chief Wallace Trott

Thursday, March 9, 2017

If you see something, say something


“If you see something, say something” is a U.S. Department of Homeland Security initiative to prevent terrorism and to stress the importance of reporting suspicious activity to law enforcement agencies.

Community members are best knowledgeable about normal community behavior.  Wentworth citizens are encouraged to report suspicious activities to 9-1-1 or call the Wentworth Police Department through the Grafton Dispatch at 603-787-6202.

When reporting suspicious activity, be as specific as possible by remembering the and include the following:
  • Who or what you saw;
  • When you saw it;
  • Where it occurred; and
  • Why it is suspicious