Chief of Police
I grew up in Antrim and started to focus on a law enforcement career during high school. I joined the “Police Explorer” program with the Hillsborough Police Department, when I was a freshman. I graduated from Con-Val High School in 1992 and attended Hesser College that fall. During college, I graduated from the NH Part-time Police Academy in 1993 while working for the Lyndeborough Police Department. I graduated Hesser College with an Associate Degree in Criminal Justice in 1994. In 1995 I began working for the Hancock Police Department and started full-time in 1997 where I graduated from the NH Full-time Police Academy. In October 1998 I began working for the Peterborough Police Department and was promoted to Sergeant in 2003 and then promoted to Lieutenant in 2007. I have received training in many areas of law
enforcement from basic knowledge to instructor level certification. I'm also a nationally certified Child Passenger Safety Technician. After ten years with the Peterborough Police Department I became the Antrim Police Chief in August 2008.
I played many sports growing up and really liked soccer which I now enjoy coaching, for the Antrim Recreation Leagues. I still water-ski for fun when I can, and spend as much time as possible traveling with my wife and daughter. We enjoy camping all over the Northeast and vacationing in the Caribbean.
I’m excited to be the Chief of Police in my hometown. This is a great town with a very supportive community. We have highly motivated and enthusiastic officers that take pride in the police community relationship. Please take part in the many civic programs offered throughout the year hosted by the Antrim Police Department.
Stay Smart and be Safe!