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Right-to-Know Workshop for Law Enforcement

Join NHMA’s Legal Services Counsel Stephen Buckley and Municipal Services Counsel Jonathan Cowal who will share insights and strategies to assist law enforcement agencies in handling governmental record requests arising under the RSA 91-A, the Right-to-Know Law. 

Learn About UNH's Digitized City and Town Annual Reports Collection

The UNH Library recently finalized a massive multi-year project that digitized and organized all known annual reports for every town and city in New Hampshire, an undertaking that essentially reached every municipality, past and present, throughout the state.

The New Hampshire City and Town Annual Reports Collection now boasts 35,491 volumes. This collection provides a digital record of each municipality’s unique history as told through town and city budgets and vital statistics.

Tracking New Hampshire History Through Town Reports

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Preparing to Defend Against Today’s Cyber Threats Webinar

Why You Are a Target and What No Cost Cybersecurity Resources are Available to Help!

For a brief timeframe, many smaller municipalities felt insulated to cyber criminal activity. After all, who would target a town of 6,000 when there are 317 U.S. cities with populations over 100,000 and far more financial resources? The cyber threat environment has shifted, cyber criminals have become more opportunistic, and everyone is now a potential target.

The Right-to-Know Law and Governmental Records Webinar

Join Legal Services Counsel Stephen Buckley and Municipal Services Counsel Natch Greyes who will provide guidance on handling governmental record matters arising under the Right-to-Know Law.