The New Hampshire Chiefs of Police Association recently awarded Beau Perras, a sophomore at Husson University in Bangor, Maine, a scholarship for his studies in Criminal Justice. Beau was commended by the New Hampshire Chiefs of Police for his "hard work, dedication to higher education, and general citizenship." He recently completed the Police Cadet Training Academy at the New Hampshire Police Standards Academy in Concord, N.H. Beau, who aspires to a law enforcement career specializing in drug enforcement, is the son of Paul and Lisa Perras of Groveton, N.H.
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