Capt. Brendan Davey was born into a New Hampshire State Police family. His dad was a sergeant and assistant troop commander, and after earning a degree in psychology from the University of New Hampshire, Davey jumped into a green cruiser himself.

“I grew up on the road, as we call it,” he said, spending 16 years as a patrol trooper and sergeant before moving to his first role at headquarters in 2016. Now he is captain of the quality assurance and compliance unit, a new group working to bring the State Police’s policies in line with federal accreditation requirements while making sure the agency is in line with state training requirements.

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