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Valerie French Richardson
· September 9, 2017
We want to thank the officer who helped us out of state visitors when our car wouldn't start in the Shaw's lot. Not only did he offer to try & jump start the car, but then drove us all the way to our ...rental home on his own time! You have a great policeman & person! Thanks so much!!! See More
Penny Rickert
· August 11, 2017
Helped me in my time of need! Thank you so much for finding my guy!!
Garrett Allen
· May 31, 2016
With the way you treat local kids skateboarding legally outside of village limits, you deserve the one star rating. This town has a heroin epidemic and all you care about is skateboarding teens, great job.
Stephanie Demos
· June 7, 2016
too bad police don't find it important to protect kids from credible threats of violence from the likes of larry fogarazzo . skateboarding is not a crime : threatening violence is a crime . issuing stayaway orders to kids instead of arresting and charging the real criminal is also a crime See More
Kris Josephine
· October 18, 2015
Respectful, good moral officers, great people to have protecting us.
Bob Bushnell
· June 2, 2016
Skateboarding is not a crime...

And apparently, neither is making threats of bodily harm!
Manny Urbanowicz
· December 11, 2015
This police department is the best of the best
Erin Ann Brady
· July 7, 2016
Horrible officers! Get a grip on the real issues Manchester, and surrounding areas face!
Joe Mason
· March 28, 2016
MPD has been constantly harassing me because I'm a legal gun owner and they've been getting worse over the years...

I've been detained twice and then on a third occasion they showed up to my residen...ce while I was sleeping and illegally evicted me out onto the street, without my property, because me and my landlord had a disagreement. So they showed up while I was asleep, with 4 MDP, one with a machine gun and full tactical gear, and a gang of state troopers in full swat gear, an MPD officer verbally threatened my life twice while I was unarmed and had 3 cops encircling me alone in my basement, then removed me from my legal residence and all of my personal property, some of which was destroyed and most likely searched after I was removed.

So excuse me for wondering if MDP got these tasers specifically to continue their hostile campaign of harassment and intimidation toward me, and they are just planning to bring it to a physical level so they can hurt me. I've reported these abuses to the Chief of police who condones it, refuses to accept complaints or even TALK to me (even over the phone or email after numerous attempts), and covers up criminal action by his officers.

I was justice, I feel unsafe under the direction of our current cheif of police, and I FEAR FOR MY LIFE due to the fact that these abuses have not only been ignored but covered up.


I have a right for my
United States Supreme Court
GRAHAM v. CONNOR, (1989)
No. 87-6571

“...that all claims that law enforcement officers have used excessive force – deadly or not – in the course of an arrest, investigatory stop, or other seizure of a free citizen should be analyzed under the Fourth Amendment and its objective reasonableness standard...”

Also here is MPD threatening me on facebook with the whole, 'meet you in the parking lot' threat. I wouldn't walk into that PD without a lawyer and a camera because my interactions with the police here have been unwarranted, unjust, and life threatening, over and over.

You may not take it as a threat but when you take into account that Officer Blanchard verbally threatened my life TWICE while they surrounded me with 3 officers, and while I was unarmed, peaceful, and alone.
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We have picked up a snowboard that had been left at the round about this past weekend.

The owner can contact MPD to retrieve it.

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