Morning Course: 

Putting it all together, reports to warrants

 8:30am to 11:30am


Instructor: Stephen Reardon

I have been a certified police officer in the state of New Hampshire since 1996.  I began my career with the Deering, NH Police Department.  I was subsequently employed with the Hillsboro, NH Police Department before coming to Manchester PD.  I have been both a certified field training officer and police prosecutor since 1997 and have served in both capacities for all the agencies I have worked for.  As a Sergeant, I developed the means and methods and oversaw the largest property audit and movement of property/evidence in history of New Hampshire while remaining compliant with all relevant state laws, city ordinances and internal MPD standards.  As a Lieutenant I administered the daily operations of Legal Division which included providing legal support to entire department, ensuring that the MPD maintained current knowledge and compliance of statutory/legal changes and served as liaison between district/superior courts as well as county attorney, attorney general and office of city solicitor.  I retired from full-time Law Enforcement service in September of 2017 but remained a member of the Manchester Police Department serving in my current capacity as a Reserve Officer.  Prior to my career in Law Enforcement I was a counselor and special education teacher of at-risk youth and young adults in the greater Boston area.  I hold a Bachelor of Arts in US History, from Bridgewater State College, Bridgewater, MA as well as a Master of Arts, European History, Clark University, Worcester, MA.

Afternoon Course: 

Your Day in Court

12:30pm to 5:30pm



Instructor: Sara Greene, CT Assistant State’s Attorney

Greene attended the College of the Holy Cross and the Columbus School of Law at the Catholic University of America.  She currently serves as an Assistant State’s Attorney in Geographical Area #17-Bristol, Connecticut.  She has obtained bar memberships with the State of Connecticut, Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and the District of Connecticut.

Instructor: Patricia Moris, Esq

The Law Offices of Patricia Morris, PLLC is engaged in the practice of animal law, equine law and animal welfare. "Animal law" consists of the traditional areas of law, as they apply to animals such as sales and leases, animals, business formation, liability and risk management, and tax. Equine law is a specific area of animal law; in many areas of the law equine/livestock are subject to a different set of rules (such as inherent risks, animal cruelty, etc). Animal welfare is any situation where an animal is being harmed and the law can provide legal protection.  This includes animal cruelty prosecution and the lobbying for protective legislation in the state and federal governments.