“Historical past was made in a single day” as Harmony Police Division staffs all-female shift for first time


CONCORD – A gaggle of Harmony Police Division officers made historical past early Thursday.

“Whereas most individuals have been sleeping, historical past was made in a single day with the division’s first shift staffed by all feminine officers,” the division posted on Fb.

Officer Cara Paladino, Officer Leah Olansky, Sergeant Tia Manchuso, Officer Brianna Rudolph grew to become the primary shift staffed by all females at Harmony Police Division.

Harmony Police

Officer Cara Paladino, Officer Leah Olansky, Sergeant Tia Manchuso, and Officer Brianna Rudolph have been a part of the historic second.

The groundbreaking shift occurred because the division marks 150 years because it was established in 1872.

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