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Statement from UNH Police Chief on AG Review of Greenland Incident

Statement from UNH Police Chief on AG Review of Greenland Incident

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Statement from UNH Police Chief on AG Review of Greenland Incident

“It is common practice for an administrative review to be conducted after a shooting,” said UNH Police Chief Paul Dean. “We are supportive of the attorney general’s office taking the lead on the review as it involved multiple jurisdictions. Once the findings are reported we will conduct our own review based on department policies.”

UNH Detective Eric Kulberg was one of four members of the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Drug Task Force shot while executing a search warrant at a Greenland home April 12, 2012. He continues to recuperate and is expected to make a full recovery.