Investigator: A History of Strength and Honor
The State of New Hampshire appointed the first Liquor Commission on June 15, 1934. Since that time the Liquor Commission has been responsible for maximizing revenues and enforcement of Title XIII (Liquor Laws) through various Divisions Enforcement and Licensing. The Enforcement Division maintains control over the manufacture, warehousing, transportation, sale, service and consumption of liquor and alcoholic beverages. Today's Investigator must pass oral examination, written examinations, polygraph, physical fitness tests, psychological tests and attend and pass the New Hampshire Police Recruit Academy. Liquor Investigators have authority as police officers to enforce all NH laws; their "primary function" shall be the proper prosecution of Title XIII.
The Division of Enforcement is committed to the public safety of all New Hampshire Citizens. We pledge to enforce the laws of the State of New Hampshire in a fair and uniform manner. We pledge to work towards the elimination of underage drinking thereby reducing the problems associated with underage consumption. We pledge to reduce the incidents of drinking and driving. We pledge to provide the citizens of our state with prompt and courteous service.
As leaders in our profession we are committed to law enforcement professionalism through:
Scope of Work
To investigate all criminal and administrative matters which are contained in laws relative to the manufacture , sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages and other criminal laws as necessary.
All Liquor Investigators are certified at the New Hampshire Police Standards and Training Council. All new Investigators must complete the Division's Field Training & Evaluation Program (F.T.E.P).
If your are interested in applying with the Division of Enforcement or have questions please contact Lieutenant Valerie Smith at (603)271-3929 or by email email@example.com.
NH Liquor Commission, Division of Enforcement
57 Regional Drive | Suite 8 | Concord, NH 03301