Hooksett aims to grow neighborhood watch
Sgt. Jake Robie, the departmental liaison, said that currently there is only one watch group in the town working with the police.
“The benefit is the community involvement, having the extra eyes and ears. We’re only a 25-member department, and this will help us be more prepared to try to track criminal activity. We will take the leads the watch groups give us and follow up on them and hopefully solve more crimes,” Robie said.
Town Council Chairman James Sullivan said that he is happy to hear that the police department is trying to expand the program.
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