Chief Thomas C. Dronsfield, Jr.
Chief Dronsfield initially became a full-time Lee Police Officer November of 1991. He was promoted to Sergeant in March of 1992, but left the employ of the Lee Police Department in September of 1994 to expand his career. He continued to work in law enforcement until July of 1998. After a brief hiatus, he re-joined the Lee Police Department as a Patrolman. In November of 2005 he was promoted to the position of Sergeant and was promoted to the position of Chief of Police, effective March 1, 2014. Chief Dronsfield had most recently worked as the Patrol Division Commander in charge of crime prevention, investigations of crimes, traffic, coordinating services with other emergency service providers, development of community-oriented policing, schedules and vehicle maintenance. In addition, Chief Dronsfield holds a Bachelors Degree from Columbia Southern University and is the CALEA Accreditation Manager, a certified Field Training Officer, Motorcycle Officer, and Driving Instructor. Chief Dronsfield can be reached via email at email@example.com
Sergeant Donald J. Laliberte
Corporal Laliberte rejoined the Lee Police Department in July of 2014 as a patrolman. Corporal Laliberte previously worked for the Lee Police Department from 1989 to 1994. Prior to working for the Lee Police Department, Corporal Laliberte worked for the University of New Hampshire Police Department. When Corporal Laliberte left the employment of the Lee Police Department to pursue other career opportunities, he remained working in the State of New Hampshire as a part-time police officer. Corporal Laliberte was promoted to Sergeant on March 27, 2017 and brings over 20 years of law enforcement experience to the Lee Police Department. Sergeant Laliberte has a Bachelor's Degree is Animal Sciences. Sergeant Laliberte is the Lee Police Department Prosecutor. Sergeant Laliberte can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Patrolman Annie E. Cole
Senior Patrolman Cole began her full-time career in law enforcement with the Lee Police Department in May of 2006. Officer Cole is currently working to attain her Bachelor's Degree as a Sign Language Interpreter. Senior Patrolman Cole is a certified Field Training Officer, OC Instructor, as well as being the Lee Police Department’s Evidence Office and Certified Child Passenger Safety Technician. If you are interested in having your Child Safety Seat checked and positioned properly in your vehicle, please email Officer Cole at email@example.com to set up an appointment.
Senior Patrolman John E. Brooks
Senior Patrolman John Brooks joined the Lee Police Department on July 9, 2015. Senior Patrolman Brooks had previously worked at the Raymond Police Department. Senior Patrolman Brooks has brought six years of experience to the Lee Police Department and we are happy to have him on the force. Corporal Brooks can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Officer Bryan J. Libby
Officer Bryan J. Libby joined the Lee Police Department on March 14, 2016. Officer Libby completed his Full-Time Police Officer training while employed with the Concord Police Department. Officer Libby is the Lee Police Department's second Certified Child Passenger Safety Technician and the second Evidence Officer. Please join us in welcoming Officer Libby. Officer Libby can be reached via email at email@example.com
Officer Jason M. Ruggiero
Officer Jason M. Ruggiero joined the Lee Police Department on December 14, 2017. Officer Ruggiero started his career as a corrections officer for the Strafford County Department of Corrections in 2014. Officer Ruggiero the moved on to the Farmington Police Department in November of 2015. Officer Ruggiero was certified through the NH Police Standards & Training Council as a full-time officer on April 22, 2016. The Lee Police Department is pleased to have Officer Ruggiero join the Town of Lee. Officer Ruggiero can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Officer Justin A. Doty
Officer Justin Doty joined the Lee Police Department on June 5, 2018. Officer Doty started his career as a full-time police officer with the Farmington Police Department in July of 2014. Officer Doty graduated from the 165th NH Police Standards and Training Council Full-Time Police Academy in December of 2014. While with the Farmington Police Department, Officer Doty became a PBT, OC, and Taser Instructor. Officer Doty left the Farmington Police Department in October 2017 when he was hired by the Dover Police Department. From October 2016 until October 2017, Officer Doty also worked for the Hampton Falls Police Department as a part-time patrolman. Officer Doty worked part-time for the Middleton Police Department from March of 2017 until October of 2017. The Lee Police Department is pleased to have Officer Doty join the Town of Lee. Officer Doty can be reached via email at email@example.com
Officer Noah L. Young
Officer Noah L. Young joined the Lee Police Department on July 2, 2018. The Lee Police Department is the first agency for which Officer Young has worked. Officer Young graduated Great Bay Community College in May of 2018 with an Associates Degree in Liberal Arts. Officer Young comes from a law enforcement family. On the day Officer Young was sworn in, his father, uncle, and brother were all in attendance in their respective uniforms. The Lee Police Department is pleased to have Officer Young join the Town of Lee. Officer Young can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Officer Jerry Todd Biery
Officer Jerry Todd Biery joined the Lee Police Department on June 28, 2016. Officer Biery started his law enforcement career in 1989 with the Town of Durham. He worked in Durham until 1998 when he accepted a patrolman's position in Manchester, NH. Officer Biery worked in Manchester until his retirement in 2014. In 2014, Officer Biery accepted a position at the Madbury, NH Police Department and resigned as a Sergeant. Officer Biery is certified as a Field Training Officer, Police Prosecutor, and Physical Fitness Instructor. The Lee Police Department is pleased to have Officer Biery bring his years of experience to the Town of Lee.
Administrative Assistant Robin Marie Estee
Administrative Assistant Estee joined the Lee Police Department in December 2002 after working for several police agencies in the area. She is generally the first person you speak to when you contact the Lee Police Department during business hours. She performs the secretarial duties required by the Lee Police Department and assists with the CALEA Accreditation Program. Administrative Assistant Estee can be reached via email at email@example.com