Goffstown Police Department welcomes public to open house
Chief Patrick Sullivan said several hundred people stopped by to tour the police station, enjoy free barbecue food, listen to music and enjoy many activities during the four-hour event. He was pleased with the turnout and having a chance to meet the people he serves every day.
Goffstown officer Jason Hull and his K-9 partner, Cyrus, a 2-year-old German shepherd, performed agility, command and retrieval skills, but what received more applause was the dog's mock attack on Sgt. Chris Weeks.
"Dogs can bite with a force of 800 to 1,200 pounds per square inch," Weeks said, answering a question from the audience. "They are trained to bite one spot and hold in one position. We're not here to harm anyone."
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