Ok, so looking for some advice/suggestions. I am a police officer in New Jersey. I've been looking at making a lateral move to New Hampshire. I don't know much about any NH departments. I am looking for a larger department with opportunity to move into special units (traffic, narcotics, etc.) Also looking for a department that works permanent shifts. My current department rotates every two weeks and it is the worst schedule I've ever worked, I'm always tired, getting sick, etc. I am looking for a department that is proactive/agressive, and one that does not mind its officers going out and actually working. I work for a 28 officer department right now. With the exception of 3 or 4 guys all anybody wants to do is sit at the diner or go hide in a park somewhere. Many of the supervisors also discourage any traffic stops, and want everything "quiet" and don't want to be bothered. We work 3-5 man shifts, so if one things happens in town (i.e. traffic accident, domestic, etc) no one else can do anything. Or if one guy has an arrest in headquarters, the supervisor will tell you to just sit tight until they clear. So you end up letting alot go, and sit around do nothing. I just don't like the small town mentality and am looking to move onto something bigger and better. My big pet peeve is lazinees so I need a department that is proactive. I have been looking at the state police and printed an application to take the October test. Any opinions on NHSP? Any suggestions at all would be greatly appreciated. I am open to any input. Thanks in advance and stay safe!