MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — Police in Manchester, N.H., are beginning the move to their new headquarters.
The patrol and communications divisions will report to work at the new Michael L. Briggs Safety Building on Valley Street on Thursday.
Criminal and traffic records will be available to the public at the old Chestnut Street headquarters until noon Friday, when both those divisions begin packing for the move.
Police say the new headquarters should be fully operational when it opens to public on Monday.
The building is named for the Manchester police officer who was shot to death in 2006 attempting to apprehend Michael Addison, who is now on death row.
The old headquarters — the Ralph Miller Public Safety Center — was named for an officer killed in 1976.