REGISTER NOW for 2012 TRYOUTS
Monday and Tuesday, November 28th & 29th – Manchester, NH
Tryout Times Both Days:
Police 4:00-6:30 PM
Fire: 6:00-8:30 PM THINGS TO KNOW IN ADVANCE, SHOULD YOU MAKE THE TEAM
Each player is required to raise a MINIMUM $1,500 with the aid of a fundraising webpage, the ability to hold fundraisers and additional tools supplied by CHaD and your teammates.
There are MANDATORY Team meetings and practices which your Team Captain will inform you of. The first mandatory full Team Meeting will be on Wednesday, December 7th in Dover, NH from 7-9 PM. No other mandatory events will be held prior to the start of 2012.
The rivalry was back and stronger than ever in this year’s battle for the Championship and the bragging rights. It was a high intensity, action packed game of Good vs. Good – testosterone fueled and full of heart. The NH POLICE TEAM won 4-2,tying the overall series 2–2.
NH FIRE was named Highest Fundraising Team for their all out efforts. More than 5,000 fans were on hand to enjoy the pre-game fireworks (literally), and to cheer for these heroes who make our lives safer every day. Taking care of the public, and taking care of New Hampshire’s children – the CHaD Badges…when the going gets tough, the hockey game is just starting.
“When we visited CHaD it was a huge eye opening experience for all of us. Just to see how the money we raise with this game makes a difference for the kids and their families – to actually see it, changed our whole mentality of why we’re here and what we’re doing.”
~ Micky Drouin, Dover Fire and Rescue, NH Fire Team Captain
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Updated On: Nov 17, 2011 (12:21:00) Congratulations to the friends and family of Manchester Police Officer Ralph W. Miller, murdered in the line of duty on October 2, 1976, as his murderer’s parole request was DENIED this morning! There was a great turnout from Officer Miller’s department, good job to the Manchester Police Department!
There is a parole hearing for Cleo Roy, Inmate # 68025, scheduled for Thursday, October 6, at 0900 at the NH State Prison for Men in Concord. Roy murdered Manchester NH Police Officer Ralph W. Miller on October 2, 1976. Roy was arrested, charged and found guilty of this murder. He was sentenced to 50 years to life. During his incarceration, Roy committed a murder of another inmate on behalf of the Aryan Brotherhood. The NH Police Association urges the NH Adult Parole Board to reject this request for parole to protect the citizens of NH.
IF YOU WANT TO ATTEND THE ACTUAL HEARING AND SHOW SUPPORT FOR OFFICER MILLER’S FAMILY, FRIENDS, CO-WORKERS AND DEPARTMENT, YOU MUST CONTACT THE ADULT PAROLE BOARD IN ADVANCE AT 603-271-2569.
Below is information on the NH Adult Parole Board.
John Eckert, Executive Assistant
New Hampshire State Prison for Men . PO Box 14 . Concord, NH 03302 . (603) 271-2569
Board Composition. The Adult Parole Board is an independent agency that reports directly to the governor. The board consists of seven members appointed by the Governor and approved by the Executive Council. Members serve five-year terms, and may serve no more than two consecutive terms. By law, three board members must preside over each hearing. The board is part-time, which means that members report for duty only when scheduled for hearings. Board members are always available to issue arrest warrants for parole violators, and to consult with parole officers regarding problem cases.
Parole hearings are generally held on Thursdays in the Parole Board Hearings Room located at the New Hampshire State Prison for Men in Concord.
Parole revocation hearings are generally held as needed on Tuesdays in the same location.
These dates and times can change based on necessity. Members of the public wishing to attend parole hearings must contact the Adult Parole Board in advance.
Parole Board Members
Pierre J. Morin, Chair
Jeffrey M. Brown
The trustees of the NH Retirement System were advised by their actuaries on the proper rates for re-certification but anything under the present 8.5% would require additional monies to be paid from the cities/towns. The Board, by an 8-6 vote, acted properly, but the legislature just didn’t like it. So what did they do? They changed the law, now keeping the rate at an absurd 8.5% and bypassed good accounting procedures. They also changed the composition of the Board effective 7/1 as a punishment instead of the gradual transfer.
Although media coverage has focused on examples of troubled funds, the data show that retirement funds overall are acting in a thoughtful, responsible and long-term manner. Improved funding, closer management of benefit levels and stronger oversight are important components of the health of public retirement–and of the nation’s overall economic health.
The National Conference on Public Employee Retirement Systems (NCPERS) is the largest trade association for public sector pension funds, representing more than 500 funds throughout the United States and Canada. It is a unique non-profit network of trustees, administrators, public officials and investment professionals who collectively manage nearly $3 trillion in pension assets held in trust for approximately 21 million public employees and retirees — including firefighters, law enforcement officers, teachers, and other public servants.
Founded in 1941, NCPERS is the principal trade association working to promote and protect pensions by focusing on Advocacy, Research and Education for the benefit of public sector pension stakeholders…It’s who we ARE!