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NH Senate OKs Making Court Officers Eligible for Death Benefit

February 19, 2018
New Hampshire's court security officers who are killed in the line of duty would be eligible for the same death benefits as police officers and firefighters under a bill passed by the state Senate.

Man Charged With Shooting 2 NH Officers to Plead Insanity

December 27, 2017
MacPherson is accused of shooting Manchester, NH, Officers Ryan Hardy and Matthew O'Connor in May 2016. He is changing his plea to not guilty by reason of insanity.

New Hampshire Bill Would Limit Pension "Double Dipping"

December 20, 2017
n a Wednesday memo, the NHRS announced House Bill 561 was amended in the Senate Executive Departments and Administration Committee and, if passed as expected, will limit the number of hours pensioners can work at post-retirement jobs for employers in the public retirement system.

NH Officer Saves Baby by Making Liver Donation

November 29, 2017
Lt. Steven Tenney of the Keene (NH) Police Department stepped up to save the day after hearing about Sloan's story on Facebook through his sister-in-law. He was tested, matched, and agreed to make the lifesaving donation. More Here.

Video: NH Officer Saves Baby by Making Liver Donation

November 29, 2017
Lt. Steven Tenney of the Keene (NH) Police Department stepped up to save the day after hearing about Sloan's story on Facebook through his sister-in-law. He was tested, matched, and agreed to make the lifesaving donation.

NH Governor Signs Marijuana Decriminalization Bill

July 19, 2017
New Hampshire is now the 22nd state and the last in New England to decriminalize small amounts of marijuana.

Blue Lives Matter Display Removed by Black Lives Matter at Dartmouth College

May 17, 2016
A display at Dartmouth College honoring law enforcement officers as part of National Police Week was removed Friday and replaced with Black Lives Matter signs after just one day, members of the Dartmouth College Republicans said. More Here.

Video: Blue Lives Matter Display Removed by Black Lives Matter at Dartmouth College

May 17, 2016
A display at Dartmouth College honoring law enforcement officers as part of National Police Week was removed Friday and replaced with Black Lives Matter signs after just one day, members of the Dartmouth College Republicans said.

New Hampshire Army Wife Persuades Police Chief to Change Tattoo Policy

July 7, 2015
Zach Ferguson is a veteran of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan who wanted to become a police officer in Manchester, N.H. But he found out that the tattoos on his arms that read "U.S. Army" and "FREEDOM" would prevent him from being considered for employment with the Manchester Police Department. More Here.

Video: New Hampshire Army Wife Persuades Police Chief to Change Tattoo Policy

July 7, 2015
Zach Ferguson is a veteran of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan who wanted to become a police officer in Manchester, N.H. But he found out that the tattoos on his arms that read "U.S. Army" and "FREEDOM" would prevent him from being considered for employment with the Manchester Police Department.

Review Board Finds New Hampshire Sergeant Should Have Refused $2.7 Million Bequest

June 4, 2015
Geraldine Webber was in her 90s and had dementia when she died in December of 2012, according to news reports. Seven months earlier, she had changed her will to leave the sergeant items that included her house, stocks and bonds, and a Cadillac. Webber's final will diminished "previous bequests she had made to medical institutions and the Portsmouth police and fire departments."

Video: N.H. Officer Rescues Couple from House Fire

February 10, 2015
A Gilford, N.H., police officer is being hailed as a hero for saving two people from a burning home during Sunday night's snowstorm.

N.H. Officer Rescues Couple from House Fire

February 10, 2015
A Gilford, N.H., police officer is being hailed as a hero for saving two people from a burning home during Sunday night's snowstorm. More Here.

Town Refuses to Pay Crypto Ransom for Police Computers

June 10, 2014
The town manager of a hamlet in south eastern New Hampshire has defied demands that he pay a ransom to recover police department computer files taken hostage by Cryptowall, a newer piece of malware that encrypts hard drive contents of infected machines until victims pay for them to be decrypted.

Funeral Held for New Hampshire Officer Gunned Down Before House Exploded

May 22, 2014
“Steve died doing what he loved and did best: helping the people of Brentwood,” said the town’s police chief, Wayne Robinson, at the memorial service.

Investigation Shows Fires Set in N.H. Home After Officer Killed

May 20, 2014
New Hampshire State Police Sgt. Joseph Ebert said the fire wiped out too much evidence to say what gun was used to kill the officer or whether Arkell was able to pull his gun.

N.H. Town's White Police Commissioner Calls Obama N-Word

May 16, 2014
A police commissioner in a predominantly white New Hampshire town says he won’t apologize for calling President Barack Obama the N-word, and he sat with his arms crossed while angry residents at a meeting called for his resignation on Thursday.

New Hampshire Officer Killed, House Burns and Explodes at Domestic Disturbance

May 13, 2014
A Brentwood, N.H., patrol officer was killed Monday afternoon responding to a domestic disturbance in a seniors community. Shortly after the officer was shot, the home was set ablaze and it exploded.

New Hampshire Officer Killed, House Burns and Explodes at Domestic Disturbance

May 13, 2014
A Brentwood, N.H., patrol officer was killed Monday afternoon responding to a domestic disturbance in a seniors community. Shortly after the officer was shot, the home was set ablaze and it exploded. Read Full Story Here.

N.H. Supreme Court Upholds Cop Killer's Conviction

November 6, 2013
The New Hampshire Supreme Court today upheld Michael Addison’s conviction for capital murder of a Manchester police officer but did not pass final judgement on his death sentence, saying additional review is needed.
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