Public Notice- Police Chief Browne Announcing Retirement

GOFFSTOWN – Police Chief Rob Browne notified the Goffstown Select Board on November 4th that he will retire as Goffstown’s Police Chief at the end of the year, following twenty-four years of service to the Town of Goffstown.

During his twenty-four-year career with Goffstown Chief Browne served as a Patrol Officer, Detective, Patrol Sergeant, Lieutenant-Commander of Support Services, Lieutenant-Operations and as a Captain-Executive Officer.

Chief Browne was sworn in as the agency’s eighth Police Chief on May 12th, 2014. He was the first member of the department to be selected to attend the FBI National Academy where he graduated with Session 254 in September of 2013.The Goffstown community thanks Chief Browne for his many years of dedicated service and wish him well in his new role as Director of Security at Saint Anselm College, his cherished alma mater.

The Goffstown Select Board is reviewing the Police Chief’s job description and will initiate a recruitment process immediately to begin a search for a new chief.