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Meet the officers of the Auburn, NH Police Department

                                                        Officer Scott Rogers


    Officer Scott Rogers grew up in Windham, New Hampshire.  He graduated from Pinkerton Academy and received an Associates Degree in Criminal Justice from Northern Essex Community College.  He began his career with the City of Concord Police Department in 1988 where he worked for a 1 ½ years before going to the Windham Police Department in 1989 until he retired June 30, 2011.  During his career he has been a Patrol Officer, Detective, Crime Scene Technician, Handgun, Shotgun, Rifle, OC, and ASP Instructor, Motorcycle Officer and member of the Southern New Hampshire Swat Team. He joined the Auburn Police Department in June of 2011 as a part-time Officer.  In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family, golfing, riding motorcycles, snowboarding, skiing and trout fishing with his kids in Twin Mountain.


Quote: “Karma is a good thing, please pay it forward and make a positive difference in someone’s life!”  

                                                             Officer Bill Barry


        Officer Bill Barry is a graduate of Central High School, Manchester, NH and later graduated from Daniel Webster College majoring in Aviation Administration.  He began his law enforcement career in 1985, working with the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Department.  For the past 17 years he was assigned to the Fugitive Unit of the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Department, responsible for locating and apprehending fugitives throughout the State and Country.  He worked in conjunction with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children on several cases with a 100% success rate.  He retired from the Sheriff’s Office in June of 2011 and at that time came to work as a part-time officer for the Auburn Police Department, where he is assigned to the Neighborhood Watch Program and assigned to work with the Cold-Case Unit in Concord.  He enjoys serving the community and volunteers for Webster House on the Board of Directors as President, Special Olympics, Make a Wish Foundation of NH, NH Boys and Girls Club and the Salvation Army.  He has enjoyed over 30 years of coaching, basketball, baseball and football. 

Quote: "Working together for a safer tomorrow"

                                                               Officer Keith Bike


    Officer Keith Bike, was born in Seattle, Washington and grew up in Durham, Connecticut. He spent most of his life around the game of basketball, receiving a full scholarship to play ball at the University of Hartford. Keith went on to coach at Sacred Heart University before moving to New Hampshire in 2005. It was during his time in New Hampshire, when he had his first opportunity to enter the law enforcement field. As a full time teacher at Memorial High School for the past seven years, he was able to begin his law enforcement career 4 years ago with the Auburn PD. If you ask him what he enjoys most about working in Auburn, he would say "the ability and opportunity to get to know the fine citizens of this beautiful town." When Keith isn't working at the station or teaching at Memorial, he enjoys trying to still get out on the court and see what he has left.

Quote: “Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.”

    -Ralph Waldo Emerson


                                                       Officer Jeffery Mullaney


    Officer Jeff Mullaney is from Malden, MA and has a Bachelors Degree in Physical Education.  He began his law enforcement career with the Derry Police Department in 1988.  From Derry he went on to serve as Recruit Academy Commandant and Chief Firearms Instructor at the New Hampshire Police Academy.  He was the State Coordinator of the Drug Recognition Expert Program and is certified in many areas of training to include, Taser, defensive tactics and use of force.  He was a member of the Southern New Hampshire Regional Swat Team for 18 years of his career.  He also served as a Sergeant with the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office and retired from RCSO in 2009. He then came to the Auburn Police Department to work part-time, here he is one of the motorcycle officers. He is also a 20 year member of the Auburn Fire Department as an EMT-I. Currently Jeff works full time for the University of New Hampshire Police Department.


                                                        Officer Anita Lombardo


    Officer Anita Lombardo began her law enforcement career in 1995 and accepted a position at the Auburn Police Department in 2004.  In 1994, she began working in emergency medicine, starting as an EMT-Basic then advanced to Paramedic Level in 1999. She is currently employed as both a police officer and a paramedic.  If that doesn’t keep her busy enough, she is presently attending law school. Upon completion of law school she hopes to become the prosecutor at Auburn Police Department.


Quote: “Everything you do affects someone, so make sure your actions are honest and fair.”

                                                 Master Patrolman David Fletcher


   Master Patrolman David Fletcher started his police career in 1982 as a part-time Hampton Beach police officer, and in December of that same year was hired as a full-time officer in Derry.  He attended the 62nd class of the New Hampshire Police Academy in January of 1983, at the Pease Air Force Base in Portsmouth.  During his police career in Derry he became interested in aviation and received his pilot's license in 1994. In February 2001 left the Derry Police Department for a pilot position with American Airlines.  In the aftermath of 9-11, he was offered a part-time police position here in Auburn and enthusiastically accepted.  Dave says his life here has been a welcomed and rewarding return back to his chosen profession, and still allows him the flexibility to pursue his flying career.  In 2006 he left the airlines and now pilots privately with a corporate company that is ironically enough, based at the Pease International Tradeport in Portsmouth.  He owns his own airplane and in his off time enjoys flying the countryside for weekend get-a-ways and into Canada on occasion. 


Quote: “...In this world there are givers and takers.  Always try to give more than you take.

                                                        Officer Calvin Kapos


    Officer Calvin Kapos began his law enforcement career in 1999 and accepted a position with Auburn Police Department in 2001.  He is also on the department’s motorcycle and mountain bike patrol units. 

                                                     Officer Christopher Beaule


    Officer Chris Beaule is a life long resident of Manchester, New Hampshire and graduated Manchester West High School in 1993.  He graduated from Plymouth State College where he majored in Sociology and played Football.  After his graduation he began working with troubled youth in Nashua and Manchester.  In November, 2003 he became a full-time police officer for the Town of Candia, NH, then transferred to Auburn in July, 2006 and took over the role of the D.A.R.E. Officer.  He enjoys working with the youth of Auburn “because of the demeanor and integrity of the town’s residents.”  He hopes to continue to grow with the town as a leader and positive role model for a long time to come.

                                                      Sergeant Charles Chabot


    Sergeant Chabot served in the US Army as a Military Police Officer immediately upon high school graduation.

    In 1988, after completing his active duty commitment, he applied to and was hired by the Hooksett, NH Police Department. He completed the NH Police Standards and Training Academy and was certified as a full-time police officer in March of 1989. While a Hooksett Police officer he received extensive training in various disciplines such as drug recognition and interdiction, traffic collision investigation and analysis, and force on force training.

    Chip served as a Field Training Officer. He is a certified instructor in the following areas:

            Use of Force, urban patrol rifle, semi auto pistol, Pepperball and collapsible baton.

    He and his police dog, Bosco served as a K9 team from 1998 until 2003.

In 2003 he migrated to the Auburn Police Department , where he joined fellow former Hooksett Officers Pelton and Garofano. He was promoted to his current position in May of 2011. He oversees investigations and may occasionally be seen at the Candia District Court prosecuting cases for the Department. He participates in those daily duties that enable the Town of Auburn to have a professional, modern police department.

    He enjoys working in the Town of Auburn and especially likes working with members of the Police Department.

                                                     Sergeant David Garofano


    Sergeant Garofano was born in Salem, Massachusetts and grew up in Peabody, Massachusetts. Dave began his career with the Hooksett, NH Police Department in 1988 where he worked for 13 years before coming to the Auburn Police Department in 2001. During his career he has been a Patrol Officer, Field Training Officer, Crime Prevention Officer, and currently a Patrol Sergeant.  In his free time he coaches kids in baseball, including his two sons, and he still plays in amateur baseball leagues.  In 2007 he was inducted into the Massachusetts Amateur Baseball Hall of Fame for the North Shore League.  He is a diehard Boston sports fan.
 
Quote: “Be the best you can be, everyday.”

                                                          Captain Gary Bartis


    Captain Bartis is a life long resident of Manchester, New Hampshire. His law enforcement career started at the age of sixteen when he became a police cadet for the Manchester Police Department. The experience was so influential he decided to enlist in the United States Army in 1968 to become a Military Policeman.

    In June, 1977 Gary became a Police Officer for the Town of Bedford, and stayed employed there until December, 1989. At that time he became a Loss Prevention Manager for Montgomery Wards, but that was short lived when he realized he had a lot more policing to do. In June, 1991 he became Auburn Police Officer Gary F. Bartis. During the years he has been in many positions until reaching the rank of Captain in April, 2011.

    There were many rewarding events over the years, but Gary proudly says his eight years as the D.A.R.E. Officer were the greatest. Some of the former students still come by the station to say hi. Also, there have been some heart breaking investigations he's done to help out former students who trusted him and would only tell him their stories.

    Gary doesn't know when he'll retire, but he does know that it's been a great ride. He said he started his career in law enforcement "to help people", and is satisfied to claim he's done that. 

                                                        Chief Edward Picard


    Chief Picard served two tours of duty in Vietnam.  Following his service to his country Chief Picard attended Paier College of Art in New Haven, CT from 1971 to 1976. Upon graduating he returned to NH, moving to Auburn in 1977.  He was employed at U.S.P.S and became a part-time Police Officer with the Town of Auburn in 1980 and at that time was the only Forensic Artist in the state of NH.  He left U.S.P.S in 1987 to become a full-time Police Officer in the Town of Auburn. Currently Chief Picard is a Rockingham County Deputy Sheriff, and was appointed Chief of Police for Auburn in 1990, a position he has held since then. The Chief remains very active in the field of Forensic Art and remains a Law Enforcement Professional and Chief of Police dedicated to the Town of Auburn and the Department.

Office Manager Lillian Deeb


    Office Manager, Lillian Deeb began working for the Auburn Police Department in June, 2011, having worked for the Judicial Branch for 14 years. 


Quote:  One never notices what has been done; one can only see what remains to be done.








                                                          Officer Pam Donley

                                                      Lieutenant Charles Pelton


    Lieutenant Charles (Ray) Pelton holds Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Lowell and became a police officer in the Town of Auburn in December of 2000.  He was promoted to the rank of Patrol Sergeant in 2002 and to the rank of Lieutenant in 2011 where he oversees the uniformed patrol officers for the Town.  Ray has served as a Field Training Officer, Motorcycle Patrol Officer and K-9 Handler.  From 2003 to 2008 he and his partner Rosco served as the Town of Auburn’s K-9 team.

    He was previously employed by the Hooksett Police Department from 1987 to 2000.






                                                       Sergeant Daniel Goonan


    Sergeant Goonan became a part-time Officer with the Auburn Police Department in 1993, was promoted to Master Patrolman in 2001 and to Sergeant in 2006.  He works full time for the Manchester Fire Department and currently holds the Rank of Deputy Fire Chief in charge of Administration, Fire Prevention, Dispatch and Vehicle and Station Maintenance.  He is also the City of Manchester Deputy Director of Emergency Management.  He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Public Safety Administration from Granite State College.  He is a Nationally Registered EMT, and a Certified Fitness Instructor.  He has serves on City and State committees concerning Emergency Management, Homeland Security and Health and Wellness. 


                                                          Officer Greg Santuccio

Admin Assistant, Dispatcher Anne Flight


    Dispatcher/Administrative Assistant Annie Flight moved to New Hampshire from Atlanta, Georgia in September, 2000 to be closer to her daughter.  She began working for the Auburn Police Department in February, 2001 as a dispatcher.  She is happily married for the past 29 years and has two wonderful granddaughters.


Quote: “Courage is the price that life exacts for granting peace.” 

                                                          Officer Peter Lennon


    Officer Peter Lennon began working for the Auburn Police Department in the summer of 2012.   He has been in law enforcement since 2008 when he was sworn in as a Deputy Sheriff with the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office. 

    Peter presently works for the Manchester Fire Department as a Deputy Fire Marshal assigned to the Fire Prevention Bureau.  The Fire Prevention Bureau is responsible for all fire investigations, code enforcement, plans review and public education for the city of Manchester. 

    Peter holds an Associates Degree in Fire Science from NH Community Technical College and a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration from Rivier College.  He is a Nationally Registered EMT-I and carries numerous fire certifications at the State and National levels.




                                                        Officer Kevin Cashman


      Officer Kevin Cashman was born and raised in Tyngsborough, Massachusetts. He graduated from Tyngsborough High School, and went on to get his Bachelor Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Massachusetts. He began his Law Enforcement career with New Hampshire Marine Patrol in 2005, patrolling southern Rockingham County and the Seacoast areas. In 2006 Kevin was hired by Candia, NH Police Department and became a certified full-time police officer after completing the NH Police Standards and Training Academy. During his years with the Candia Police, he received extensive training and is certified in many areas of law enforcement, including being a certified instructor for Taser. In March 2014 he transferred to Auburn Police Department and looks forward to serving the residents of Auburn.