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Letter: Citizens’ Police Academy was eye-opening

To the editor: It was a distinct honor for me to have recently attended the 10-week Portsmouth Citizens’ Police Academy. It was one of the most fascinating and enlightening experiences that I have ever had. In learning about and experiencing virtually every aspect of local law enforcement, I gained a great respect for the complex

During the last Citizens Police Academy in Portsmouth in April 2014, Bridget Daly sweeps for fingerprints on a door leading into the Town Council chambers, while fellow student Nick Argillander looks on. They were taking part in a mock murder investigation at Town Hall. Photo by Jim McGaw.

Applications sought for Portsmouth Citizens Police Academy

PORTSMOUTH — Ever wanted to experience for yourself what day-to-day law enforcement work is like? You’ll have your chance when the Portsmouth Police Department conducts a Citizens Police Academy starting Tuesday, March 3. The 10-week program allows citizens to learn and experience the inner world of law enforcement, and a firsthand look at the daily operations

Police tape surrounds the entrance of Town Hall, where students from the Citizen Police Academy conducted a mock crime scene investigation.

(Mock) murder at Portsmouth Town Hall!

PORTSMOUTH — A mad gunman’s on the loose after shooting two people inside the Town Council chambers, and Robert Ruttenberg, a 45-year-old pharmaceutical rep, is hot on his trail. Inside a taped-off Town Hall last week, he snaps photos of the crime scene, collects data, takes notes and tries to match a fingerprint found on a

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