Chief Foss began his law enforcement career in 2005 with the New Hampshire Marine Patrol and is a graduate of the 152nd N.H. Police Academy.  In 2009 he was hired by the Campton Police Department.  He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in History from Plymouth State University.  Chief Foss is a graduate of the FBI’s National Command Course and also serves as a member of the N.H. Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (I.C.A.C.).

Sergeant Jackson began his law enforcement career with the Prince George’s County, MD Police Department, where he served as Patrol Officer, Sergeant, and Lieutenant/Shift Commander until his retirement from the department.  In 2022 Sgt. Jackson joined the Campton Police Department.  Sgt. Jackson is a United States Navy Veteran and holds Bachelor’s Degrees from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in Business Administration and East Asian Studies and is trained in accident reconstruction.

Detective Tracy began her law enforcement career in 2016 with the Plymouth Police Department and is a graduate of the 172 N.H. Police Academy.  Det. Tracy served as a Patrol Officer / Comfort Dog K-9 Handler for the City of Franklin Police Department for four years before coming to the Campton Police Department in 2023.  She holds a bachelor’s degree in Zoology from the University of New Hampshire.

Corporal Magee began his law enforcement career in 2021 when he was hired by the Campton Police Department and is a graduate of the 187th NH Police Academy.  Cpl. Magee holds an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice from NHTI and is a certified police firearms instructor.

Officer Sturges began his law enforcement career in 2012 with the Watertown, CT Police Department, where he served as a field training officer, drug recognition expert, and patrol officer.  In 2024, he came to the Campton Police Department.  Officer Sturges has an Associate’s Degree in Mathematics and Science from the Naugatuck Valley Community Technical College.

Attorney Slaughter began her legal career in 2016 after successfully completing the New Hampshire and Massachusetts Bar Exams. Cayla received her JD from Roger Williams University School of Law in Bristol, RI, and also holds a  B.S. in Environmental Science and a B.S. in Justice Studies from the University of New Hampshire. Attorney Slaughter is admitted to practice law in the New Hampshire District, Superior and Supreme Courts, the United States District Court of New Hampshire, and all Massachusetts State Courts. She is also a member of the New Hampshire Bar Association (NHBA), the Massachusetts Bar Association (MBA), and is a New Hampshire Justice of the Peace. 

Attorney Chantalle Forgues began her law career in 2001 as a judicial law clerk to the New Hampshire Superior Court after graduating from Boston University School of Law. She has a diverse background in law and has litigated cases before a variety of tribunals, including the New Hampshire Supreme Court. Attorney Forgues has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science with a minor in Classical Languages and Civilizations from Middlebury College. She is also an Associate Professor at Plymouth State University.

Executive Assistant Jennifer Gould has been with the Police Department since 2020.  Prior to this she worked at the Plymouth Court as a Court Assistant and Criminal Case Processor.   She serves as the records clerk and administrative support for the department.