SUNUNU, GREGG, BASS, BRADLEY RECOGNIZE OUTSTANDING MEMBERS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE'S LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMUNITY
Delegation holds 9th annual Congressional Law EnforcementAwards ceremony in Concord
(Concord, NH) - United States Senators John Sununu and Judd Gregg (R-NH) and Congressmen Charles Bass and Jeb Bradley (R-NH) honored members of New Hampshire's law enforcement community who have performed exceptional police work during the 9th annual Congressional Law Enforcement Awards ceremony, held in Concord on Sunday (10/1) evening at 6 p.m. at the New Hampshire Police Standards and Training facility.
"New Hampshire's law enforcement officials are on the front line of public safety, risking their lives every day to keep our communities safe. For their courageous efforts to fight and prevent crime, we owe these men and women a debt of gratitude," said Sununu, Gregg, Bass and Bradley, who serve as Honorary Chairmen of the New Hampshire Congressional Law Enforcement Awards. "The Congressional Law Enforcement Awards ceremony provides a special opportunity to recognize those individuals and units in the state's law enforcement community whose work is truly exceptional."
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