Drug Free ID

The Drug Free ID Program is a key element of the Drug Free Dover Comprehensive Substance Abuse Prevention Program. The ID Program is the means by which the community rewards and encourages students for choosing a lifestyle that is free of tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs.

Under this program, qualified students receive a high quality tamperproof photo ID, which is valid for three middle school years (6th, 7th and 8th grades). Card holders may use their ID to receive discounts at a variety of businesses or to participate in scheduled special events and activities.

Business Name Address Drug Free ID Discount

Central Barber Shop
(George’s Barber Shop)


421 Central Avenue

$1.00 off to card holder

Dover Bowl

887B Central Avenue

1 free game to cardholder per day. Shoes not included. Cannot be combined with any other offer.

Hill Top Fun Center

Somersworth, NH

50% off miniature golf game for card holder.

Papa Gino’s

829 Central Avenue

15 % off all orders, includes entire family when card holder is present.

River Bend Pizza & Subs

31 George Street

buy one slice of pizza,
get slice another free.


982 Central Avenue

10% off total order for card holder.

Y2Y Gear Exchange

McConnell Center Cafeteria

Free admission. Free Ice Cream Sundae

Kendall Pond Pizza603-749-9248

81 Main Street

20% off all order (including entire family)

Roger’s Restaurant and Pizza

869 Central Ave

10% off entire order if cardholder is present


446 Central Ave

Free Kids Meal for Cardholder with the Purchase of Any Entree

How Do You Qualify to be a Card Holder?

The ID Program is open to middle school students in Dover that meet the following requirements:

  • Successfully completed the full DARE Core Program.
  • Completed the workbook and related homework in the Core DARE Program.
  • Participate in the Logo Lampoon Program.
  • Completed the required DARE essay.

Program Goals

It is well known to researchers that, statistically speaking, most youths are not using drugs. However, students often have the perception that “everyone is doing it”. One of the goals of the Drug Free ID Program is to make the non-use of drugs a high profile activity, and at the same time present it as “cool”, attractive and beneficial.

How to Get Your Business Involved

Any local business looking to join the drug free ID program should contact Officer Brynn Dunne by e-mailing b.dunne@dover.nh.gov or calling (603)516-7031.

Administration of the Drug Free ID Program

The Drug Free ID Program is administered by the Dover Police Department, as part of the overall Drug Free Dover Program. The camera and related equipment were purchased in 1992 with $3,000 that was forfeited by the courts to the Dover Police Department from a convicted drug dealer. Additional funding for the initial supplies and materials needed to start up the program came through a grant from the Dover Rotary Club.