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AN AMAZING JOURNEY

 


 

This year has truly been a challenging year. The COVID-19 pandemic has suddenly changed so many things about our normal daily lives, and it will continue, for a while, to change the way we manage our day to day tasks moving forward.


 

Everything has slowed down as a result; many people are working from home or receiving an education there. Large groups or gatherings are no longer an option because of the risks to health and safety. We know that this won’t last forever, but I’ve made a decision about my own life’s journey as a result of this pandemic, and that decision is retirement.


 

I’ve had an amazing journey at the Nashua Police Department, and I feel so blessed to have had the opportunity to serve you. I began my career in 1994 as a first year special patrolman, getting promoted over the years to Master Patrolman and then to Senior Relations Officer. After 20 years, I retired the uniform, but I knew there was still so much more work to do. Several months later, I was rehired as Nashua Police Departments Senior Relations Specialist.


 

Many of the things I did regularly, such as personal safety presentations, fraud and scam prevention classes, AARP Smart Driver Courses, Senior Academies, and community meetings are no longer safe or possible for me to do at this time.


 

I want you to know that the Nashua Police Department is an outstanding one, and they truly care about YOU. They will continue to support and represent YOU always in the future.


 

I’m proud to have had a 26 year career here. I thank the Nashua Police Department, all the wonderful agencies I have worked with over the years, all my senior citizens, all my coworkers, Vivian and Bill Balom, owners of the Beacon Newspaper for printing my articles for so many years, the Nashua Senior Center, all the housing managers and staff, hospitals and staff, social workers, Meals on Wheels staff and volunteers, and everyone I’ve worked for and with. I thank you all immensely.


 

My next journey is volunteering. You may still see me around. My most important message to you is this: STAY HEALTHY, STAY SAFE, AND PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE STAY AWAY FROM ALL THOSE SCAMMERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!! NOTHING WOULD MAKE ME MORE HAPPY AND PROUD.


 

 

 
From the desk of Jane Constant
Senior Relations Specialist
Nashua Police Department
603-594-3628

Posted on: October 01, 2020

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