445 Willow Street
Manchester, NH 03103
Phone: (603) 627-5620
Fax: (603) 627-5618
Monday to Friday
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sergeant David Chisholm
TRAINING: Field Training Officer
The Hillsborough County Department of Corrections' Field Training Officers Program was established in February of 1992. This program established an evaluation system for new officer candidates and created formalized standard operating procedures.
Currently our Field Training Officers maintain the highest level of professional standards. They are energetic, dedicated, team oriented and they are extremely hard working. In the Fiscal Year 1999 the Field Training Officers conducted approximately 18,000 officer candidate training hours, assisting the department in maintaining professional and competent staff.
Field Training Officers conduct weekly evaluation on their officers (trainees) and are also responsible for authorizing sections of a proficiency checklist in which a list of job responsibilities must be taught to the new recruits. Along with these additional tasks they must still fulfill all aspects of their assigned duty station.
Field Training Officers are distinguished from other officers by the collar insignia FTO pin located on the left collar of their uniform. After completing a full year as a Field Training Officer they will also be presented with an award ribbon which will be above their name tag and above their right breast pocket.
TRAINING: Honor Guard
To appropriately pay respects to the families of fallen members of the law enforcement community, Hillsborough County Department of Corrections has an established Honor Guard. Since it's official creation in January of 1999, the Honor Guard has had an immediate positive impact on, not only the department, but also numerous other communities and agencies. The twelve members of the Honor Guard work extremely hard to train in all aspects pertaining to honor guard and color guard responsibilities.
TRAINING: Special Response Team
In an effort to maintain the safety of both staff and inmates, Hillsborough County Department of Corrections continues to emphasize the training of our Specialized Response Team. Information regarding this team can be obtained by law enforcement agencies only, by contacting the training division