RECORDS ACCESS OFFICER FOR THE
GRAFTON POLICE DEPARTMENT
The following person has been designated as the Records Access Officer for the Grafton Police Department pursuant to the Public Records Law. All Public Records requests should be directed to this person using the contact information provided below. Public Records may be made in-person, via telephone, mail or electronic mail.
NAME: Normand A. Crepeau, Jr.
TITLE: Chief of Police
ADDRESS: 28 Providence Road
Grafton Police Firearms Licensing FID/LTC Registry of Motor Vehicles
HOURS FOR LICENSE TO CARRY / FID CARD APPLICATION PROCESSING:
Tuesday & Thursday
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
FIREARMS APPLICANT NOTICE
Question #10: Have you ever appeared in any court as defendant for any criminal or criminal traffic offense, excluding non-criminal traffic offenses?
The key word is appeared. Understand that "ever appeared" includes all adult and juvenile appearances. It does not matter if you were found not guilty or if the charges were dismissed or continued without a finding. You must disclose all activity that will be on your criminal history. If you have a sealed record, you only have to indicate that you have a sealed record. You do not have to disclose what is in the sealed record. The Board of Probation will tell us if the sealed record is a disqualifier against you.
Having been arrested and convicted of a crime does not necessarily prohibit you from getting a License to Carry or Firearms Identification Card.
Failure to disclose these charges will result in your application being denied for being untruthful.