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  • NH has 48 new Troopers/Officers on the Road’s

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    CONCORD, N.H. -- New Hampshire now has 48 new police officers who are ready to go on duty throughout the state. These recruits spent 14 weeks in a paramilitary academy. They could leave on Friday afternoon to go home and spend time with there families. Back on Mondays at 5:30 AM for another week of training.
    The 142nd class of the New Hampshire Police Standards and Training Academy graduated on Friday night in Concord in front of proud friends and family members.
    The officers come from different backgrounds, and each has a different inspiration for what led him or her to law enforcement.
    Officer Richard Valenti Jr., of Manchester, said he was inspired by his own father, Capt. Richard Valenti, who has been a Manchester police officer for several years.
    "Since I was 5 years old I remember seeing my father in that uniform, and I knew that's what I wanted to do," said Valenti.
    Officer Stacey Seluk became a mother of three before her children inspired her to become a police officer.
    "I wanted to help protect my children and other people's children," said Seluk.
    "I think it's great. I think it's a hard job for a woman, and I'm really proud she did this," said Seluk's daughter, Devin.
    Some of the graduates served in the military overseas and now want to serve here at home.
    Officer George Mottram of the Londonderry police said all of the graduates will step into public service with officers like Manchester's Michael Briggs on their minds. Briggs was shot and killed on the job in October. The N H State Police have 5 new Troopers.

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    48 of us graduated from the 249th part-time academy on February 24th as well.
    summer - winter - work

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Lambor66
      Congratulations

      CONCORD, N.H. -- New Hampshire now has 48 new police officers who are ready to go on duty throughout the state. These recruits spent 14 weeks in a paramilitary academy. They could leave on Friday afternoon to go home and spend time with there families. Back on Mondays at 5:30 AM for another week of training.
      The 142nd class of the New Hampshire Police Standards and Training Academy graduated on Friday night in Concord in front of proud friends and family members.
      The officers come from different backgrounds, and each has a different inspiration for what led him or her to law enforcement.
      Officer Richard Valenti Jr., of Manchester, said he was inspired by his own father, Capt. Richard Valenti, who has been a Manchester police officer for several years.
      "Since I was 5 years old I remember seeing my father in that uniform, and I knew that's what I wanted to do," said Valenti.
      Officer Stacey Seluk became a mother of three before her children inspired her to become a police officer.
      "I wanted to help protect my children and other people's children," said Seluk.
      "I think it's great. I think it's a hard job for a woman, and I'm really proud she did this," said Seluk's daughter, Devin.
      Some of the graduates served in the military overseas and now want to serve here at home.
      Officer George Mottram of the Londonderry police said all of the graduates will step into public service with officers like Manchester's Michael Briggs on their minds. Briggs was shot and killed on the job in October. The N H State Police have 5 new Troopers.
      Seluk is a friend of mine. She's a great person. We went to the Part-time academy together. My good friend J. Lapine graduated as well from the 142nd. Good job guys.

      I'm going to the 144th in August!!!!!
      Tpr. Hinkle, Can't wait to train under you.

      ~K~
      "Everything you've learned will surface in due time, so stop rushing around."

      ~ MURPHY ~

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        Training

        Good Luck. You will love it. "YEAH RIGHT".

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        • #5
          Originally posted by kmurphydpd
          Seluk is a friend of mine. She's a great person. We went to the Part-time academy together. My good friend J. Lapine graduated as well from the 142nd. Good job guys.

          I'm going to the 144th in August!!!!!
          Tpr. Hinkle, Can't wait to train under you.

          ~K~
          I'm going through the application process with Littleton again -- hoping to be in the 144th as well.
          summer - winter - work

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          • #6
            Originally posted by kmurphydpd View Post
            Seluk is a friend of mine. She's a great person. We went to the Part-time academy together. My good friend J. Lapine graduated as well from the 142nd. Good job guys.

            I'm going to the 144th in August!!!!!
            Tpr. Hinkle, Can't wait to train under you.

            ~K~

            Good luck to those going into the 144th!!!

            K.Murphy....let me know how it works out for you!

            Congrats to all of the graduates of the 142nd!

            ~**A.M.-DPD**~
            135th Graduate
            Last edited by amp0813; 05-10-2007, 09:48 AM. Reason: editing language

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            • #7
              Thanks chicka... good to find you on here!
              Is the little one kicking yet?

              ~k~
              "Everything you've learned will surface in due time, so stop rushing around."

              ~ MURPHY ~

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