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Jamie A. Hainsworth

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Gloucester Police Department

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Gloucester Police Department

197 Main St.

Gloucester, Massachusetts,01930

United States

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Chief Jamie A. Hainsworth,
Glocester Police Department Executive Board Member, New England Police Chiefs Association and Rhode Island Police Chiefs Association.


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Chief Jamie A. Hainsworth,
Glocester Police Department Executive Board Member, New England Police Chiefs Association and Rhode Island Police Chiefs Association. As the Operations Sergeant and the Director of Emergency Management for the Town of Weston, CT, I believe it is imperative that school administrators, educators, and the emergency response community work collaboratively in order to provide for the safety and security of our schools and our children.  As we worked to develop our crisis response protocols, we quickly recognized the need for a subject matter expert.  Having worked with Allan before, and having been highly impressed with the level of training, we contacted him to assist us.  Allan and his team provided us with a wealth of knowledge and information during the classroom training, culminating in an afternoon of practical scenario based exercises designed to heighten our response capabilities.  More importantly, the practical exercises enabled us to train with our Fire, EMS, and school partners, a first for us, and a critical component of any successful response to a school crisis.  Never before have we put on a training session where every person involved commented on the expertise of the instructors, the caliber of instruction, and then asked for more training!


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Former Glocester Police Chief Jamie Hainsworth
Hainsworth to be sworn in as US Marshal Jamie Hainsworth served as the chief of the Glocester Police Department but was nominated in February to replace Colonel Steven O'Donnell, who had left the position to take over as Superintendent of the State Police. The Senate confirmed the nomination in June, and Hainsworth will be sworn in at a ceremony at 10 a.m. Monday at the Federal courthouse in Providence.


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But that's exactly the telephone call retired Police Chief Jamie A. Hainsworth and sitting town councilor received at around 5 p.m. on Feb. 2 notifying him that President Barack Obama nominated him to be the state's new U.S. Marshal.
Hainsworth said there are few words that come to mind about the opportunity that may highlight his more than 32-year career in law enforcement. "I'm quite overwhelmed and very honored," said 51-year-old Hainsworth. Hainsworth said he thought it was a good sign that he remained in the search process but was still surprised when he got the call about the nomination. There are a few more hoops to jump for Hainsworth. His nomination will go before the U.S. Senate Judicial Committee for approval and then confirmation before the Senate body. The job description for the state's top U.S. Marshal is varied with a major responsibility to provide security for federal courts. If approved, Hainsworth will also oversee the local witness protection program, federal fugitive investigations and prisoner transportation. Hainsworth's law enforcement career started when he was 16 during school summer break in Scituate. Working as a clerk at the police station, Hainsworth caught the attention of then Police Chief William Lawton who helped foster his goal to become a police officer. He taught me a lot about life," Hainsworth said. In 1980, the small and relatively new Glocester Police Department hired Hainsworth as a reserve police officer, then full-time the following year. Hainsworth started moving up the ranks and in 1986 Police Chief Joe Green was hired and Hainsworth became the number two officer. Hainsworth started moving up the ranks and in 1986 Police Chief Joe Green was hired and Hainsworth became the number two officer. A former State Police detective, Green became a second major influence during his law enforcement career, Hainsworth said. Hainsworth served under Green before his retirement in 1999. Then a lieutenant in the Police Department, the Town Council approved Hainsworth as police chief where he served for 11 years until his own retirement in 2010. He didn't stray from law enforcement after retiring from the Glocester Police Department, now working as the senior victim's advocate and law enforcement liaison for Mothers Against Drunk Drivers. "In my career I'd seen a lot of crashes caused by drunk drivers. I just always had compassion for the victims and their families," Hainsworth said. With a desire to continue to serve his community and at the urging of friends, Hainsworth ran for a seat on the Town Council and was sworn in January 2011. Once confirmed by the Senate as the state's U.S. Marshal, Hainsworth said he will have to step down from his seat which expires December 2012. Hainsworth said he is "truly looking forward" to his new role in law enforcement. "This is a wonderful chance in my career to continue in law enforcement and certainly to continue the good work being done by the U.S. Marshal's agency," Hainsworth said. Hainsworth replaces former U.S.


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President Barack Obama has nominated former Glocester Police Chief Jamie Hainsworth to be the state's new U.S. marshal.
Hainsworth is law enforcement liaison and victim advocate for Mothers Against Drunk Driving in Rhode Island. He spent three decades with the Glocester Police Department, serving as chief from 1999 until 2010. He is a graduate of Roger [...]


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