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NH Trooper routines

Discussion in 'New Hampshire' started by tms1989, Jan 15, 2007.

  1. tms1989

    tms1989 MassCops Member

    Do NH State Troopers get alot of freedom, to do what they want? Also do troopers only work out of their barracks, or are they able to work out of their homes, and fianaly do they ever HAVE to live in the barracks?
  2. phuzz01

    phuzz01 Subscribing Member

    It depends a little bit on what your patrol area is. If you work an interstate patrol during commuter hours, you are not going to get much freedom, due to the high volume of calls and traffic. If you work a rural patrol during off-peak hours, then you will have considerably more freedom to do what you want.

    The last time that I was at the barracks was approximately six weeks ago, if that answers your question.

    Sometimes, yes. It is at the discretion of the Troop Commander, but most trainees will be required to spend some period of time living at the barracks (anywhere from a few weeks to a few months).

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