LONG SERVING CONWAY OFFICER RETIRES

by Christian Mower on May 23, 2013

A VETERAN CONWAY POLICE OFFICER SAYS HE LOOKS FORWARD TO A LITTLE TRAVEL AND RELAXATION THIS SUMMER – AND SOME TIME TO CATCH UP ON THE HONEY-DO LIST AT HOME – AS HE FINISHES A CAREER OF MORE THAN THREE DECADES IN LAW ENFORCEMENT.

FRIDAY MAY 24, 2013 IS DETECTIVE SGT. ALAN BROYER’S LAST DAY ON THE JOB. HE STARTED AS AN OFFICER IN FRYEBURG, MAINE IN 1980 – PART OF A 2-PERSON POLICE DEPARTMENT – AND JOINED THE CONWAY FORCE IN 1986 WHEN THE POLICE STATION WAS ON BOWLING ALLEY HILL AND THE HOWARD JOHNSON’S RESTAURANT ON ROUTE 16 IN NORTH CONWAY WAS OPEN FOR BUSINESS NEAR WHITE MOUNTAIN AIRPORT.

AL’S WIFE CYNTHIA TEACHES AT THE NEW SUNCOOK SCHOOL IN LOVELL, MAINE – TWO OF THEIR THREE GROWN CHILDREN ARE ENGINEERS WORKING IN THE NUCLEAR POWER AND DEFENSE INDUSTRIES – A THIRD IS A FULBRIGHT SCHOLAR STUDYING IN CHINA.

AL IS A CERTIFIED COMPUTER FORENSICS EXAMINER AND LONGTIME NETWORK SYSTEMS MANAGER FOR THE CONWAY DEPARTMENT. HE HAS ALSO SERVED ON THE NEW HAMPSHIRE INTERNET CRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN TASK FORCE, THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FINANCIAL CRIME INVESTIGATORS AND WITH THE WHITE COLLAR CRIME CENTER.

CONWAY POLICE CHIEF ED WAGNER HAS WORKED WITH AL FOR 18 OF HIS 27 YEARS AT THE CONWAY DEPARTMENT. HE DESCRIBES HIM AS A REALLY GOOD GUY AND A GREAT PERSON.

AL IS A LONGTIME SUPPORTER OF THE MOTHER SETON HOUSE IN FRYEBURG, A NON-PROFIT THAT PROVIDES SUPPORT SERVICES AND HOUSING FOR UNWED MOTHERS.

WAGNER SAYS MEMBERS OF HIS DEPARTMENT WILL HOLD A PRIVATE PARTY FRIDAY TO CELEBRATE AL’S RETIREMENT.

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BOB CHAPLIN May 23, 2013 at 10:49 pm

CONGRATULATIONS, you have done a mighty fine job and gone way beyond the call of duty. I wish you the best in your retirement in your retirement and hope you and your wife have many years of enjoyment of togetherness. Cheers, Chappie

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