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Manchester Police 2013 Footrace For The Fallen 5k road race October 13, 2013
NHPA Pipes & Drums Band marching in the Amherst NH 4th of July parade.
NHPA Pipes & Drums Band 4th of July Parade Amherst NH
NHPA's Town Hall Meeting with NH's Law Enforcement
NH Governor candidate Maggie Hassan and Ovide Lamontagne with WMUR's Josh McElveen

Injured Manchester, N.H. police officer Dan Doherty leads his department in the procession along Route 1. Photo By: Susan Nolan / NFS

Chief Maloney with his grandson.
Greenland NH Chief Michael P. Maloney, EOW 04/12/2012
Photo by Elizabeth Dinan/NFS
R.I. State Police Troopers: There's a brotherhood amongst police officers that goes beyond whether you knew them or not, said Trooper Frank Castellone
What's New at NHPA
Senators take a stand to support NH law enforcement
The Board of Directors of the New Hampshire Police Association want to thank the following twelve members of the NH State Senate for voting against the repeal of the death penalty in NH. Read More...
NH Death Penalty law to remain; repeal effort defeated.
The NH Senate voted 24-0 to table HB 1170, which effectively kills the bill.  The Senate was split 12-12 on passing the bill before they eventually agreed to table it. Read More...
Senate to Vote on Death Penalty Repeal Bill Thursday, April 17. Contact Senators Today and ask them to support law enforcement!
The Senate vote on the bill calling for the repeal of the death penalty in NH will be held: Thursday, April 17 2014. The time is unknown as the Senate will be in session all day and could take up the matter at any time. You can listen to the session live via the following link: http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/Senate/Media/Session_Media.aspx. There is still time to contact those senators who may be on the fence. Senators Woodburn, Prescott and Odell have not committed either way at this point. E-mail/call them now! Read More...
9/11 Flag on display at St. Anselm College
Greetings!  We would like to make you aware of a special opportunity and encourage you to share this information with police officers, families, friends and colleagues.  The National 9/11 Flag, one of the largest American flags to fly above the wreckage at Ground Zero, will be on display at Saint Anselm College. Read More...
New Hampshire Should Retain the Death Penalty
New Hampshire Should Retain the Death Penalty We felt compelled to respond to the 9 March letter from 16 Nashua-area representatives calling for the repeal of the death penalty in NH.  While we understand that some people may oppose the death penalty for personal and moral reasons, that does not give those people license to misrepresent information related to this controversial subject. Read More...

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