Motorcycle Unit

The Milford Police Departments Motorcycle Unit was officially started in 2004 with the purchase of the town’s first Harley Davidson motorcycle.  The motorcycle was a 2003 Harley Davidson Electra Glide and was purchased utilizing a grant.  The motorcycle was equipped with emergency lights, siren, specialized communication equipment, RADAR, and is clearly marked with the Department’s seal and police markings.

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Accident Reconstruction Unit

The Milford Technical Accident Reconstruction Team (TAR) is a task-organized group of officers that serve in a variety of assignments within the department and are called on to function as a team when needed to investigate certain motor vehicle accidents.

The TAR Team is activated for all fatal accidents, DWI related accidents, serious bodily injury accidents, and other collisions in which the technical reconstruction will be useful to the investigation.

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Support Division Clerk

Support Division Clerk
Judy Spitz

Joining Milford Police Department in 1997 as a part-time administrative assistant and going full-time in 2000 as the Support Division Clerk, Judy has just passed the ten year milestone. 

Married to David (who is retired from NH State Police and Hillsborough County Sheriff's Department), she has 3 boys, the oldest is a 12 year veteran of the LAPD (I guess working in a police department

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Civilian Clerks

Civilian Clerks

The civilian clerks are the people you first see when coming to the Police Department. Their primary responsibilities are  answering and directing the phone calls that come in on the non-emergency numbers, taking care of the "Good Morning Milford" participants and greeting the public when they come into the station. The Police Department is physically open every day from 7:00 AM - 11:00 PM.

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Specialized Units

Technical Accident Reconstruction Team

The Milford Technical Accident Reconstruction Team (TAR) is a task-organized group of officers that serve in a variety of assignments within the department and are called on to function as a team when needed to investigate certain motor vehicle accidents.

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Divisions

The Milford Police Department is structured into divisions. Operations Division oversees the basic operation of the police department, including the Patrol Division, the Police Fleet, Field Training Officers, and Specialized Units to include the Motorcycle Unit, Bicycle Unit, K-9 and OHRV Unit. The Support Division oversees the Legal Division, Detective’s Division, School Resource Program, Juvenile Services Program, School Crossing Guards, Training, Hiring Process, and Community Relations Programs.

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Administration

 Chief of Police Michael Viola

Michael Viola Comes from a family of law enforcement officers. He began his career in 1989 as a patrol officer with the City of Fort Myers, FL Police Department, working his way through the ranks of Detective (undercover and general crimes), Sergeant, Lieutenant and Captain over a period of 23 years.

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