** NOTICE **
Welcome to the Kittery Police Department Website. Kittery is widely recognized as the "Gateway to Maine" and known for its many outlet stores, its seaside district at Kittery Point and home to the Portsmouth Naval shipyard. I hope you find this site informative and helpful.
The dedicated men and women of the Kittery Police Department are committed to providing the best professional law enforcement services available to the citizens and guests of our community. Knowing that good communication is essential and fundamental in community policing we rely heavily on partnerships with our community to develop long term solutions to problems.
We value the input from our citizens and remain committed to mutual respect and transparency.
Please feel free to contact me anytime with questions or comments that you may have. I can be reached at (207) 439-1638.Thank you for your interest in this site.
Chief of Police
Did you know…?
You must register your vehicle in the State of Maine within 30 days of establishing residency in the state. Residency can be established by living in Kittery for 30 or more days, even if you have not bought a home or signed a lease.
To register your vehicle visit Kittery Town Hall at 200 Rogers Road between 8AM and 5:30PM Monday through Thursday.
Failure to register your vehicle in Maine can result in a $70 fine or result in being charged with a Class E crime if more than 150 days have elapsed since establishing residency.
Failure to register in this state for the purpose of evading registration and excise taxes is subject to a $911 fine.
For more information about vehicle registrations please contact the Kittery Police Department at (207) 439-1638
Kittery Police Department
200 Rogers Road
Kittery, Maine 03904
Business (207)439-1638 FAX (207) 439-7151
The mission of the Kittery Police Department is to work in partnership with the community to enforce the law, preserve the peace, and protect the rights, lives and property of all people. As guardians of our community we will strive to ensure a high quality of life and accomplish this with respect, fairness and compassion.
Chief of Police: James Soucy