Thanks for Crime Watch programs
To the editor:
Thanks from Rindge Crime Watch to all of its members, officers and those responsible for the following training and instruction over this past year:
Taser Demonstration, Sgt. Dan Anair, Officer Rachael DeRosier and Crime Watch member Roy Tarbox.
Basic First-Aid, Officer Tom Horne and Animal Control Officer Larry Harris. Gun Safety, N.H. Fish and Game Instructors Don Huntington and Jim Chartrand, N.H. Fish and Game Enforcement Officer Bill Boudreaux, Ty Taylor from American Weapon Systems and Sgt. Dan Anair.
DWI/DUI Laws and Field Sobriety Testing, N.H. Assistant Attorney General Diana Fenton, Officer Rachael DeRosier, Officer Tom Horne, Crime Watch Vice President Holly Koski, members Dave and Rae DuVernay and
Rindge Police Department Office Manager Evelyn Lewis. Crime Watch “Back to Basics,” FPU Graduate Nick Thistle and Chief Frank Morrill.
Artificial Stimulants, Alcohol Enforcement, and Command Vehicles, Keene Police Department Lt. Steve Tenney and the Bear Cat, Cheshire County Sheriff’s Deptartment Sheriff Eli Rivera, Director of Communications Arlene Crowell, Capt. Trevor Croteau and the Cheshire County Mobile Command Unit, N.H. State Liquor Commission Investigator Chris Davis and the DUI Mobile Command Unit, Sgt. Dan Annair and N.H. Rep. Susan Emerson.
Back to School Safety, Officer Erin Minehan. Child Safety Restraints, Officer Rachael Malynowski. Holiday Fire Safety, Rindge Firefighter Casey Burrage.
Rindge Crime Watch President