In Sunapee, New Hampshire, the town’s police department has had two recent developments that are significant. Firstly, Police Chief David Cahill received a Commendation from Director Donald L. Vittum of the New Hampshire Police Standards and Training Council.
The award recognizes Cahill’s service as an active Council Member, past president of the NH Association of Chiefs, and as an adjunct Police Standards and Training Council instructor. His role in all of these positions has assisted the Council in securing necessary equipment, funding, and program support needed for the Council to continue to provide the best possible training for law enforcement all across the Granite State.
And secondly, the Sunapee force is welcoming a new officer to their ranks. His name is Peter Brigham and he was sworn in Wednesday as a part-time officer in the Town of Sunapee.
He will be attending the Part-Time Police Academy in August of this year and he has previously served as an officer for ten years during the 1990s. Additionally, he’s also currently the Youth Services Director for the Town of Hillsborough. Congratulations to both men of Sunapee’s finest.