Aug 27, 2015 8:23 PM
CONCORD – A social media site, Drugabuse.com, asked folks to rank their city or town’s police departments as part of a study.
The national average of law enforcement in their town or city was a D.
However, New Hampshire ranked in No. 1 with one of the most positive perceptions from residents.
North Dakota and West Virginia were close behind the Granite State.
The study examined police departments and other members of law enforcement and pulled together more than 800,000 tweets to poll the answers.
The most negative police department ranking was Ferguson, Missouri followed by Baltimore.
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