First N.H. female chief of police discusses women LEOs
By Virginia Battles-Raffa
LYME, N.H. — Lyme's police chief, Pauline Fields, says she knew at age 19, upon first entering the police force, that one day, she would be a police chief.
Fields was hired in 2000 to become chief of Lyme's police department. She was not aware at the time that she was to become the first female police chief in New Hampshire.
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