The History of the New Hampshire Police Association
The New Hampshire Police Association (NHPA) was established on November 3, 1940 to represent the rank-and-file members of the New Hampshire law enforcement community. Today's NHPA continues to provide the same high degree of representation, as well as setting and mastering new and progressive goals relevant to today's law enforcement officer.
Although the NHPA is not an arbitrating body, the Association strives to provide all necessary moral and material support needed by its members, by providing harmony, good feelings and better working conditions for the protection and benefit of its members and their dependents.
Through the achievements made by NHPA, the New Hampshire law enforcement officers are more effectively able to serve the needs and demands of the citizens whom they are sworn to protect.
New Hampshire Police Association
John Yurcak Nashua PD June 7, 2014-June 7, 2015
Keith Phelps Probation & Parole June 7, 2013-June 7, 2014
David Young Lebanon PD June 7, 2012-June 7, 2013
Jeffrey Stiegler Laconia PD June 7, 2011-June 7, 2012
John F. Stewart Keene PD June 26, 2010-June 7, 2011
Stephen Dubois Portsmouth PD June 6, 2009-June 26, 2010