In September, we began a new segment called “Ask An Officer.”
Twice a month TV5 will visit local police stations around the state and ask officers questions submitted by you—our viewers.
Their answers will air every other Thursday during our 5pm newscast.
Tonight your questions were answered by Baileyville’s finest.
“Promotion to corporal was quite rewarding that the town and the Chief instilled the trust in me to do the job,” said Cpl. Andrew Seavey.
“I happen to like the impaired driving aspect of the job, I like to enforce that. It’s a personal thing for me. So when I got my Drug Recognition Expert Certification that was pretty proud for me. Any case involving an impaired driver is pretty important to me. Getting them off the road,” said Patrol Officer Josh Engroff.
“I couldn’t do what I do without those guys, so I’m very proud of them,” said Chief Fitzsimmons.
“Think about the decisions that you make today because they are going to effect you forever,” said Officer Engroff.
“Remember that every decision you make today will effect all your tomorrows and I tell these kids that all the time. If you make a mistake that’s one thing, but let’s get it corrected so it doesn’t continue to grow and it effects you down the road when you want to make a career choice. 300 and something kids that I consider mine that I have here in these two schools and it’s paying dividends being in there with those kids and we’ll see it down the road as they get older,” said Chief Fitzsimmons.
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