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New Hampshire Police Association Pipes & Drums

The New Hampshire Police Association Pipes & Drums was formed following the tragic death of New Hampshire State Police Sgt. James Noyes. Sgt. Noyes was shot and killed in October 1994, during a stand off with an armed barricaded subject. After the Boston Police Gaelic Column played at the funeral, a search was initiated for potential players to start a New Hampshire Police Pipe Band. In December 1994 several dedicated individuals from various police departments got together for their first practice at Memorial High School in Manchester
After 2 years of dedicated practice, the band made its official debut in 1996, playing at the New Hampshire Police Memorial in Concord.  Since 1996 the band has continued to grow and now has over 25 playing members form over a dozen law enforcement agencies within the state of NH.  
The bands website is:
The current officers for the band are:

Band Master:              Sgt. Stacy Howe, Manchester PD

Asst. Band Master:    Sgt. Patrick Cheetham, Londonderry PD

Treasurer:                   Det. Tim Patterson, Manchester PD

Secretary:                    Det. Bob Freitas, Manchester PD (retired) and current Special Investigator with the NHSP Cold Case Unit


Pipe Major:                 Chief Mike Mansfield

Pipe Sergeants:        Sgt. Patrick Cheetham

                                      Sgt. Stacy Howe

                                      Captain Allen Welch, NH State Police (retired)


Drum Sergeant:         Lt. Tim Jones, Londonderry PD

Any requests to have the band perform at an event or otherwise book a gig, please contact Assistant Band Master Sergeant Patrick Cheetham, Londonderry Police Department,


Page Last Updated: Mar 13, 2013 (18:56:47)

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