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SCAM ALERT

The Windham Police Department has received a number of complaints concerning unsolicited bank checks received in the mail.  The person receiving the check is instructed to cash the check and return a portion of the money via Western Union or other electronic means to an address out of state.  Generally, these mailings look very professional and may even be delivered by UPS or FedEx.  A number of residents in Windham have deposited these checks into their personal accounts only to find out that they are fraudulent.  If this happens to you and you are a Windham resident, please report this to the Windham Police Department by calling 892-2525.

Residents should also be aware of any phone call received from an area code (876). 876 Scam
 
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Meet The Team
 Who What
Administration The Windham Police Department is proud of its continuing involvement in the Community and the department web site is designed to increase the communities awareness of the functions of the police department and the services it provides.
Animal Control  The Animal Control officer is a Civilian member of the Police Department who is responsible for the overall enforcement of the Municipal and State Animal Welfare Laws. He responses to calls relating to domesticated animals and has a limited role when handling wild animals. Them main concern with the wild animals is rabies protection.


Detectives Detectives enforce the required registration of sex offenders living in the community, assist in the collection and processing of physical evidence from crime scenes and the management of property, and act as liaisons between other law enforcement agencies at the local, state, and federal levels.
Patrol: Sergeants and Officers On October 18, 1976  the Windham Police Department officially started operations as the town's Law Enforcement Agency with four officers. Only one of those four officers, Chief Richard Lewsen Jr., is still with the department. Since that time, the department has grown to a force of 27 authorized sworn officers.