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Granite County (Montana) Sheriff’s Office; Exeter (New Hampshire) Police Department

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Granite County Sheriff’s Patch
Exeter Police Patch

The Granite County, Montana Sheriff’s Office is housed in the tower of the county jail, in continuous use since it was built in 1896, depicted in the center of the patch. The flag tied with the yellow ribbon shows patriotism and support for men and women serving in the military. The mountains, blue sky, and green grass represent the area’s beauty and cleanliness.

The patch of the Exeter, New Hampshire Police Department depicts the Exeter Powder House, built in 1771 and used to store gun powder during the Revolutionary War. Exeter served as the “Revolutionary War Capital” of the state, as denoted on the patch. In 1776, the New Hampshire State Constitution was signed in Exeter.


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Campus Safety: Assessing and Managing Threats
Effective assessment and management strategies can help authorities address various threats facing campuses.

By Mario Scalora, Andre Simons, and Shawn VanSlyke

Threat Assessment Teams: Workplace and School Violence Prevention
Threat assessment teams strive to prevent or manage violence at schools and workplaces.

By Steve Albrecht

Retaliation in Discrimination Cases: Eliminating Fear of Reprisal
Employers should take proactive steps to train managers to ensure that they understand the concept of retaliation.

By Lisa A. Baker, J.D.

Leadership Spotlight
Hey, Did You Hear About...?

The Tragic Toll of Police Work: It’s Time for a Compassionate Approach

Unusual Weapons
Pepper Pager

Bulletin Reports

ViCAP Alert
Homicide Victim

Bulletin Notes

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