NH town in search of law enforcement
Officials looking for permanent solution
By Molly AK Connors
SALISBURY, N.H. — Ever since their two-person police department quit last winter, Salisbury's residents have called the New Hampshire State Police when they have an emergency.
But officials are looking for a more permanent arrangement for their law enforcement needs, and their choices include teaming up with a neighboring town, hiring a new police force or paying for the services of a county agency, said Ken Ross-Raymond, chairman of the board of selectmen.
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