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New Hampshire Police Standards &
Training Council


The Police Standards and Training Council was created by the New Hampshire Legislature in 1971. It is the sole source of basic training, and the primary source of in-service training for all law enforcement officers in the State of New Hampshire.

The Council currently certifies almost 4,000 police officers, both full and part-time, employed by the state, counties, and municipalities, and trains or certifies almost 475 sworn employees of the Department of Corrections.

PSTC Welcomes Director Scippa: The Police Standards and Training Council has appointed John V. Scippa as the 6th Director of Police Standards and Training. Director Scippa's start date is March 16, 2020.

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New Hampshire Police Standards and Training Council
17 Institute Drive  |  Concord, NH 03301