Lt. Todd Landry named new Troop F Commander
January 06, 2010
TWIN MOUNTAIN — N.H. State Police Lt. Todd Landry is the new Commander of Troop F.
Lt. Landry learned on Thursday that he would head up what he proudly calls, "one of the best troops in the state". He was notified by Col. Frederick Booth, Director of the Division of State Police of the N. H. Department of Safety.
Troop F currently has a complement of 32 officers and six support staff, the 42-year-old Commander said in a brief telephone interview.
His promotion to lieutenant became effective on Friday, Jan. 1.
"I look forward to all the challenges that the job entails," Lt. Landry said.
Born in Littleton, he was raised by his parents, Gerard and Nancy Landry, in Lisbon and graduated in 1985 from Lisbon High School. He earned an associate's degree in emergency medicine in 1987 from NHTI in Concord.
He joined the Littleton Police Department and worked there for five-and-half years.
Lt. Landry spent six years in Troop F's Detective Unit and was promoted to sergeant in January 2007.
Lt. Landry and his wife, Pam, are parents of two teenagers: a son, Nathan, and a younger daughter, Megan.
The Commander's post was filled for six months on an interim basis by then-Acting Commander, Sgt. Tim Hayes, following the June 30, 2009, retirement of Lt. John Scarinza.