NH Police Marine Patrol Looking for New Members

By Joe Gullo

Published 08/22 2014 11:30AM

Updated 08/22 2014 11:34AM

CONCORD, N.H. - The New Hampshire Marine Patrol is looking for new members.

A press release says the division is looking for interested applicants for seasonal patrol officer positions. The position is primarily responsible for enforcing the state's boating laws. Officer’s responsibilities include crash investigations, commercial license testing and vessel inspections, drowning investigations, sea coast maritime security patrols and more.

The Marine Patrol covers approximately 300 bodies of water across the state.

A press release says successful completion of the hiring process will include their certification as a New Hampshire part time police officer.

Interested applicants should visit Marine Patrol’s website. Once there, select the “employment” link on the left, then the “Recruitment for Seasonal Marine Patrol Officer Trainee” link. For the application process choose the “Employment Opportunities” link for details regarding available positions and the process.

Anyone with specific questions should contact Sergeant Cheryl Clancy at (603)-293-2037 or (603)-556-3183.

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