One year ago today, Greenland Police Chief Michael Maloney was killed in the line of duty as he tried to execute a search warrant. Not long after his death, friends and family established a memorial fund to serve the Seacoast in his name.
An independent review has concluded a trained tactical team should have been used in a Greenland drug raid earlier this year.
The determination was among numerous critiques in a report issued Friday.
The review commission characterized the operations plan of the drug raid in Greenland on April 12 as lacking sufficient detail.
The report questioned the timing of the raid and raised concerns about management and oversight of the operation.
The name of Greenland Police Chief Michael Maloney will be added to a national memorial for fallen officers in Washington, D.C.
The Greenland Police Department learned recently that Maloney's name will be part of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, which is in an area known as Judiciary Square.
A ceremony recognizing Maloney and other officers who have died in the line of duty is scheduled for May 15, 2013.
Less than twenty-four hours after one of the bloodiest episodes in New Hampshire Law Enforcement history, a new class of police cadets graduated from the academy.
Friends and family of New Hampshire’s newest law enforcement agents filled the room to see the 157th police academy class receive their certificates.
But the mood in Concord was bittersweet as Governor John Lynch addressed the crowd.
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