Lieutenant Scott Blaisdell has been with the Rye police department for 20 years. He has been in second command position for 8 years. Over the last 3 years I am aware of 2-time other law enforcement agencies have attempted to recruit him for a training command position. Lieutenant Blaisdell currently teaches at NH Police Academy regularly and holds the second command position on the Seacoast Emergency Response Team (SERT) negotiation unit. Currently, I am President of the SERT Board of Directors. The Commander of the negotiation’s unit is retiring in January of 2022. I am anticipating the other Command staff will be appointing Lieutenant Blaisdell as the Commander of the Negotiating unit.
RCL Monthly Meeting Agenda December Major Phases in Rye: 1600’s/1`700’s: fishing, farming, a few mills and some small cottage industries 1800’s: Regular coach service to Portsmouth means more Rye people working there and at ship yard starting 1800; 1840’s RR brings tourists and hotels, boarding houses, summer communities like Straws and Concord Point and mansions for […]
RCL notes for Civic League Links: Foyes Corner Nov. 23, 2013 Site walk RCL Notes NOTES OF NOVEMBER 23, 2013 RYE PLANNING BOARD SITE WALK AT FOYES CORNER (287 SEAT RESTAURANT) Final Revision B – Provided by the Rye Civic League Present: Bill Epperson, Mel Low, Priscilla Jenness, Ray Tweedie, Jeffrey Quinn (alternate), Phil Winslow, […]