We congratulate the following Chiefs of Police, Sheriffs and Agency Directors who have had a successful career in NH Law Enforcement and have earned their retirement. They now move on to their next career, or simply be with their families who have sacrificed for them and get some well deserved rest. This list includes all who have retired within the last 6 months.
Chief James Sullivan Hampton Police Department (12/14)
Chief John Seusing Nashua Police Department (12/14)
Sheriff Michael Prozzo, Jr.
Sullivan County Sheriff (02/15)
Chief Karl Meyers
JacksonPolice Department (02/14)
Chief David White WilmotPolice Department (03/14)
Chief Brian Page No HamptonPolice Department (03/14)
We welcome these newly appointed and elected Chiefs, Directors and Sheriffs to the ranks of New Hampshire's law enforcement executives within the past six months.
Chief Todd Muilenberg Rindge Police Department (11/14)
Chief Duane Chickering DublinPolice Department (11/14)
Chief Kathleen Jones PlaistowPolice Department (11/14)
Chief Richard Sawyer, Jr
Hampton Police Department (12/14)
Chief Andrew Lavoie Nashua Police Department (01/15)
Chief Douglas Jette Jackson Police Department (02/14)
Chief Brett Miller RumneyPolice Department (02/14)
Chief Gary Hebert
PiermontPolice Department (04/14)
In Memoriam- NH Chiefs of Police & Sheriff Who Have Lost Their Lives in the Line of Duty
Chief Ralph Brooks- Antrim Police Department Sheriff Harry Leavitt- Carroll County Sheriff's Office Chief Frederick Towle- Colebrook Police Department Chief Michael Maloney- Greenland Police Department Chief James Collins- Hanover Police Department Chief Andrew Malloy- Lancaster Police Department Acting Chief Armand Roussel- Nashua Police Department Chief Charles Knowles- Seabrook Police Department