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CP Area Patrols

Supervisors

Capt. Todd Boucher  

Contact via phone at 603-792-5433 or email at tboucher@manchesternh.gov

Captain Boucher has served as a law-enforcement professional since 1991, joining the Manchester Police Department in 1995.  During his tenure with MPD, he has served as a patrolman, with assignment to the Mounted Unit from 2002-2006.

Following his promotion to sergeant in 2006, he served as a Street Patrol Supervisor and had assignment as supervisor of "Operation Safe City," a collaborative effort with the NH State Police targeting gangs and street crimes.  After attaining the rank of lieutenant in 2013, he was assigned as a Patrol Shift Supervisor.  In 2015, with his promotion to captain, he was assigned as Commander of the Community Policing Division.

Captain Boucher was the recipient of the department's Life Saving Medal, recognizing his actions of administering CPR to an unconscious subject until EMTs arrived. 

Captain Boucher holds an associate degree in Criminal Justice, and over the course of his career has earned certification in a number of specialized training programs.

Sergeant Michael Biron
Contact via phone at 603-792-5429 or email at mbiron@manchesternh.gov

Sergeant Michael Biron has been N.H. law-enforcement professional since 1993, beginning his career as a patrolman in Goffstown, N.H., prior to employment with the Manchester Police Department in 1996. During his tenure with MPD, he has served in several capacities as a patrol officer. In 1999 he was assigned to the Juvenile Unit as a detective specializing in Child Abuse and Sexual Exploitation investigations. In 2007, he was assigned to the Training Unit as the department’s Training Officer and Background Investigator.

Since his promotion to sergeant in 2009, he has had assignments of Training Unit supervisor, and Street Patrol supervisor, until his assignment in 2015 as supervisor of Community Policing Division and Gang Prevention Unit.

Sergeant Biron has also been a member/supervisor of the department’s Honor Guard Unit since 1999, and served as an Entry Team member and Medic of the SWAT team for 15 years.  He has twice been the recipient of both the department’s Life Saving and Meritorious Service awards, and also the recipient of the department’s Honorable Service award, as well as the N.H. Congressional Law Enforcement Service Award.

Sergeant Biron holds an associate degree in Respiratory Therapy and bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. He is also a graduate of both the New England EMS Institute and the N.H. Bureau of Education Certified Public Supervisor course. 

Gang Prevention / Graffiti Unit

Sergeant Michael Biron
Contact via phone at 603-792-5429 or email at mbiron@manchesternh.gov

See profile above.

Officer Ryan Hardy
Contact via phone at 603-792-5762 or email at rhardy@manchesternh.gov

Officer Hardy has been serving with the Manchester Police Department since 2015, having previously worked as a police officer for three years with the Derry Police Department.  He was assigned to the Community Policing Division in 2017 and is a certified gang investigator.  He is also certified as a firearms instructor. 

Officer Hardy has a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice.

Officer Michael McGee
Contact via phone at 603-792-5734 or email at mmcgee@manchesternh.gov

Officer McGee has been serving with the Manchester Police Department since 2014 and as a patrolman he focused attention to identifying and building intelligence on local gangs.  He was assigned to the Community Policing Division in 2017 to serve as a certified gang investigator.  

Before joining the department, Officer McGee attended Saint Anselm College where he earned a bachelor of arts in Criminal Justice with a minor in Philosophy.

Officer Casey Seigle
Contact via phone at 603-792-5754 or email at sseigle@manchesternh.gov

Officer Seigle has been serving with the Manchester Police Department since 2007.  He spent seven years in the Patrol Division assigned to various areas of the city.  As a patrolman, Officer Seigle was part of the Crisis Intervention Team, and also served as a Field Training Officer, responsible for training new officers. He was assigned to the Community Policing Division in 2015, and in 2017, after completing gang interdiction training, was assigned as a certified gang investigator. 

Officer Seigle graduated from Franklin Pierce University with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice and a minor in Psychology.  Officer Seigle has attended several criminal interdiction courses and also received training in Physical Security and Threat Assessment.

During his off time, Officer Seigle has volunteered as a youth rugby coach at the Sununu Youth Services Center and at MPAL. This opportunity allowed Officer Seigle to mentor kids that had been in trouble with the juvenile court system.

Cops - East

Officer Justin Maguire
Contact via phone at 603-792-5715 or email at jmaguire@manchesternh.gov

Officer Maguire has been serving with the Manchester Police since 2005.  Prior to working in Manchester he attended trade school and worked in the construction field for 10 years.

Officer Maguire was assigned to the Patrol Division until 2015, spending most of his patrolman assignment on the Westside of the city.  He is also a certified motorcycle officer assigned to the department’s Motorcycle Unit.

In his off time, Officer Maguire volunteers his time coaching youth soccer and basketball. 

Officer Patrick Mullen
Contact via phone at 603-792-5728 or email at pmullen@manchesternh.gov

Officer Mullen has been a N.H. law-enforcement officer since 2001, starting his career as a patrolman in Goffstown, N.H.  He joined the Manchester Police Department in 2010, and prior to his assignment to the Community Policing Division in 2016,  he served as a patrolman, with additional duties as a field training officer and certified motorcycle officer. 

In his free time, Officer Mullen enjoys traveling and is an active playing member of the New Hampshire Police Association Pipes and Drums.

Cops - West

Officer Fred Gillis
Contact via phone at 603-792-5679 or email at fgillis@manchesternh.gov

Officer Gillis has been serving with the Manchester Police Department since 2005.  Officer Gillis has been a member of the Community Policing Division since 2010.  Prior to that, he was assigned as a patrolman and spent the majority of his time as a mountain bike officer in the center city. He is also certified as a field training officer, a less-lethal munitions instructor, a defensive tactics instructor, and is a former member of the Manchester SWAT team.

Officer Gillis is a member of the Manchester Police Mounted Unit, currently serving as an alternate rider and as treasurer for the Friends of the Manchester Mounted Patrol.  He also serves on the Footrace for the Fallen committee.

Officer Gillis earned a bachelor of arts in Sociology, with a minor in Business Administration, from the University of New Hampshire.

Officer Brian Karoul
Contact via phone at 603-792-5700 or email at bkaroul@manchesternh.gov

Officer Brian Karoul has served as a law-enforcement professional since 2001, starting his career as a police officer in 2001 in Phoenix, Arizona.  He joined the Manchester Police Department in 2007, serving as a patrolman, with additional duties as a field training officer.  He was assigned to the Community Policing Division in 2013 and had a brief assignment to the Street Crime Unit.  Officer Karoul is also a certified background investigator and assists the Training Unit conducting pre-employment backgrounds. 

Officer Karoul has been the recipient of several departmental awards, including being named Officer of the Year in 2010.

 Officer Karoul holds a bachelor of arts in Criminal Justice from the University of Massachusetts -Boston.

Downtown Area / Parks

Officer Anna Martin
Contact via phone at 603-792-5722 or email at amartin@manchesternh.gov

Officer Martin has served with the Manchester Police Department since 2005.  Prior to joining the department, she served five years as a corrections officer with the Hillsborough County Department of Corrections. 

Officer Martin began her MPD career assigned to the Patrol Division, with a two-year assignment to the Community Policing Unit.  In 2007, Officer Martin was assigned to the Investigative Division in the Special Investigations Unit where she served as the first female undercover operative in the history of the Manchester Police Department.  In 2015, Officer Martin was reassigned to the Patrol Division, serving as a patrolman until 2017 when she was assigned to the Community Policing Division, where her area of responsibility is focused within the downtown business and parks locale. 

Mounted Patrol

Officer Kelly McKenney
Contact via phone at 603-792-5724 or email at kmckenney@manchesternh.gov

Officer McKenney graduated from UNH in 1998, and pursued various careers in the equine industry, and also at a veterinary hospital before becoming the Animal Control Officer for the town of Merrimack, N.H. In 2004,  Officer McKenney was hired by the Manchester Police Department as an Animal Control Officer and a year later was hired as a police officer.  In 2005, Officer McKenney graduated from the New Hampshire Police Standards and Training Academy with the "Most Physically Fit Officer" award. 

Officer McKenney has spent the majority of her career with MPD in Patrol and for two years served as a K9 handler with her loyal partner Monty.  She was assigned to the Community Policing Division in 2016, and patrols Elm Street and the downtown area with her equine partner. 

Officer McKenney has been riding horses since the age of six, competing in various equestrian competitions throughout the years, making her an accomplished rider.

Officer Paul Rondeau
Contact via phone at 603-792-5432 or email at prondeau@manchesternh.gov

Officer Rondeau is a native of Manchester, N.H. and graduated from West High School. He began his law-enforcement career as a corrections officer with the Hillsborough County Department of Corrections in 1989. After spending 11 years working at the “Valley Street Jail,” Officer Rondeau was hired as a police officer by the Manchester Police Department in 2000.  

Officer Rondeau served as a patrolman until his 2003 assignment to the Community Policing Division.  He served as the Crime Prevention officer until 2015 when he began his duties in Mounted Patrol Unit, assigned to patrol Elm Street and the downtown area with his equine partner. 

He has served on the Manchester Crimeline Board since 2007.  During his tenure with MPD, he has also served as a defensive driving instructor for the N.H. Police Standards and Training Academy, and as a member of the Governor’s Council on Autism.  Officer Rondeau received the Easter Seals’ N.H. Service Leadership award in 2007, and was the recipient of MPD’s Chief’s Achievement award in 2014.

In his off time, Officer Rondeau has been a coach and mentor for Bedford Youth Sports and the Bedford Crew Team.

MHA West
Rimmon Heights and MHA properties ‘west’

Officer Edward Devereaux
Contact via phone at 603-792-5647 or email at edevereaux@manchesternh.gov

Officer Devereaux has served with the Manchester Police department since 2000.  Previous to his hire as a police officer, Officer Devereaux was employed as a corrections officer with the Massachusetts Department of Corrections for eight years. During his tenure at MPD, Officer Devereaux served as a patrolman for ten years, with additional responsibilities as a Field Training Officer.  He has also had assignment with the Street Crime Unit. Officer Devereaux began his assignment in the Community Policing Division in 2010.

Officer Devereaux holds a bachelor’s degree from Suffolk University and is a veteran of the United States Marine Corp (1988-1996).

In his off time, Officer Devereaux is an avid outdoorsman, enjoying the sports of hunting and fishing.

MHA East
South Elm St. and MHA properties ‘east’

Officer Tom Whelan
Contact via phone at 603-792-5780 or email at twhelan@manchesternh.gov

Officer Whelan began his career as law-enforcement professional in 2002, working as a part-time police officer in York, Maine, and then in 2005 as a full-time police officer in Rochester, N.H.  He became a member of the Manchester Police Department in 2012.

Prior to being assigned to the Community Policing Division in 2016, Officer Whelan worked five years within the Patrol Division. He has also served as a member of the SWAT team since 2013.

Officer Whelan holds a bachelor of arts in Criminal Justice, conferred by Norwich University in 2004. 

Crime Prevention / School Programs

Officer Nathan Linstad
Contact via phone at 603-792-5437 or email at nlinstad@manchesternh.gov

Officer Linstad has been serving with the Manchester Police Department since 2001.  He began his career in the Patrol Division, spending the majority of his time as a mountain bike officer. Officer Linstad was assigned to the Community Policing Division in 2007 and was designated as the Crime Prevention Officer in 2015.  In this role he focuses on educating the public regarding all aspects of safety from school programs for students to women's safety clinics, bank robbery seminars, and active shooter training. Officer Linstad has also been a member of the Manchester SWAT Team since 2009.

He holds a bachelor’s degree Criminal Justice and Legal Studies, conferred by the University of Massachusetts-Lowell.

Senior Services / Weed & Seed

Officer Steven Duquette
Contact via phone at 603-792-5431 or email at sduquette@manchesternh.gov

Officer Duquette has served as a law-enforcement professional since 2004, beginning his career as a police officer for the city of Concord, N.H.  He has served with the Manchester Police Department since 2007.  Officer Duquette served as a patrolman for 11years prior to his assignment within the Community Policing Division in 2015.   His original assignment was to the Manchester Housing Authority properties until he undertook his current duties in 2017.

Officer Duquette holds an associate degree conferred by the N.H. Community Technical College and is a veteran of the United States Marine Corp (1996-2000).

Youth Services / MPAL
The Police Athletic League is located at 409 Beech Street

Officer John Levasseur
Contact via phone at 603-792-5708 or email at jlevasseur@manchesternh.gov

Officer Levasseur has served with the Manchester Police Department since 2010.  Prior to joining MPD, he worked as a corrections officer for the N.H. Department of Corrections 2003-2007 and as a police officer for the town of Dunbarton, N.H., 2007-2010. 

During his tenure at MPD, Officer Levasseur was worked as a patrolman until his assignment to the Community Policing Division in 2014.  Officer Levasseur was reassigned to the Community Policing Division in 2014 and was designated the Manchester Police Athletic League coordinator in 2015.

Prior to entering his law enforcement career, Officer Levasseur volunteered at the Manchester Police Athletic League with a background in Boxing and Mixed Martial Arts. He has helped many inner-city youth by mentoring and teaching through the PAL Program.

Officer Levasseur currently sits on the boards of directors of the Manchester Police Athletic League and the N.H. Police Association. 

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