Chief of Police
I have had the privilege of being the Chief of Police for my hometown of Antrim for over 8 years now. While growing up in Antrim, I attended Antrim Elementary through ConVal High School. Following graduation I attended Hesser College, now Mount Washington College, and graduated from the NH Part-Time Police Academy during the summer of 1993 while working for the Lyndeborough Police Department. I graduated college with an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice in 1994, and began working for the Hancock Police Department in 1995. I graduated from the NH Full-Time Police Academy with the Hancock Police Department and in October 1998 began working for the Peterborough Police Department. I was promoted to Sergeant in 2003, and then to Lieutenant in 2007. After a tough decision, I took a chance at a great
opportunity and became the Antrim Police Chief in August 2008. Over my career I have received training in many areas of law enforcement; from basic knowledge courses to instructor level certifications. Since my childhood, I have seen many changes in town and I’m very proud of being a part of the planning, research, development, and construction of our new modern police facility, which was approved and built in 2013.
I remain excited to be the Chief of Police, and we are always assessing our policies and procedures to try and be the most professional, efficient and proactive law enforcement agency we can be. This is a great town with a very supportive community. I believe we have a great reputation throughout our region which is a direct result of the dedication and contributions of each member of this department. We have highly motivated and enthusiastic employees who take pride in the police community/relationship.
Please take part in the many civic programs offered throughout the year by the Antrim Police Department.
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