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Mobile Outreach Unit

Mobile Command Unit

On January 28, 2008 the NH Division of Liquor Enforcement was awarded a grant from the NH Highway Safety Agency to purchase a DUI Mobile Command Unit. The primary function of the vehicle was to assist state, local and county agencies with conducting field sobriety checkpoints throughout New Hampshire. In addition, the vehicle was setup to assist in statewide emergency situations, homeland security and search and rescue efforts.

The vehicle was constructed by Nomad Global Solutions of Kalispell, Montana and delivered to the Division of Liquor Enforcement in October 2008. Members of the Division of Liquor Enforcement selected to serve on the unit are required to obtain a CDL-B drivers license and receive training on all of the onboard equipment. The vehicle is equipped with an Intoxilyzer 9000, a Drug Recognition Expert examination area, booking stations, holding cell, wireless access and communications equipment. On the exterior of the unit, there is an exterior mast pole camera system, a mast lighting system which extends approximately 24 feet above the roof of the vehicle and four detachable light poles to provide ample light for any situation.

investi'gator' making good choices logoIn 2018, the unit received a much-needed facelift and rebranding to assist the Division with continued community outreach and educational efforts. The Mobile Outreach Unit now sports our friendly "Investi-Gator" mascot who often makes an appearance at our outreach and education events. While the Mobile Outreach Unit is still available for DUI saturation patrols, the unit's main focus is attending events regarding alcohol education, awareness and enforcement of underage drinking laws.

The Mobile Outreach Unit has been involved in over 150 educational initiatives and a large number of sobriety checkpoints. Approximately 20,000 people have passed through the Mobile Outreach Unit since October 2008.

Any agency or organization can request the presence of the Mobile Outreach Unit and are encouraged to do so. To schedule the vehicle for an event, please contact the Mobile Outreach Unit at to receive a Vehicle Request Form.

NH Liquor Commission, Division of Enforcement
50 Storrs Street  |  Concord, NH 03301
(603) 271-3521