HAYES FOR SHERIFF
ACCEPTANCE and ACCOUNTABILITY
GET TO KNOW TRACY HAYES
Tracy Hayes has spent her law enforcement career working for the community. She has built relationships with businesses and residents in Strafford County to create a team approach to law enforcement.
Currently third in command at the Strafford County Sheriff’s Office, Major Hayes has been in charge of every aspect of the agency.
ACCEPTANCE AND ACCOUNTABILITY
Acceptance - Major Hayes has always believed in:
Acceptance of fellow officers regardless of their differences
Acceptance of the community especially for their differences
Acceptance of responsibility for their actions
Accountability - Major Hayes will ensure that all staff are held:
Accountable for their actions as they represent the Sheriff's Office and the people of Strafford County
Tracy Hayes will be a great steward of your taxpayer dollars as she has a background in business and organizational leadership. She has been leading businesses and organizations for years.
Major Hayes has always worked hard to build relationships in the community as seen in the awards she has won over the years. She became the first Problem Oriented Policing Officer and the Community Engagement Officer while working for the Rochester Police Department.
Major Hayes also has experience running all aspects of the Strafford County Sheriff's Office including:
Budgets and Payroll
Standards and Training
And every other function in the SCSO
Bachelor’s Degree - Dartmouth College.
Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) - Southern New Hampshire University
Master’s in Organizational Leadership (MSOL) - Southern New Hampshire University
Certificate in Human Resources - Southern New Hampshire University
Masons of Rochester NH - Community Builders Award
NH Retail Association - Law Enforcement Partner of the Year
Red Hayes Community Ambassador Award
10 to Watch Young Professionals Winner
CURRENT/PAST COMMUNITY WORK AND SPECIALTY WORK
Race and Equity in New Hampshire Law Enforcement/Criminal Justice Workgroup - Current Co-Facilitator
Crisis Intervention Team Trainer
Mental Health Awareness Instructor
Community Partners - Current Board Member
Homeless Center for Strafford County - Former Board Member
Rochester Crimeline - Former Board Member
Education and Public Outreach Committee for the New Hampshire Department of Transportation’s Driving Toward Zero Program - Former Member
New Hampshire Homeless Teen Task Force - Former Member
Rochester Veterans Council - Former Voting Member
Rochester Salvation Army - Former Board Member
Rochester Rotary Club - Former Board Member
Rochester Main Street - Former Board Member
Monarch School of New England - Former Board Member
Homemakers - Former Board Member
HOW YOU CAN HELP
To be a part of
Acceptance and Accountability in Law Enforcement:
To be a part of creating a Sheriff’s Office that values Acceptance and Accountability, donate here.
Mail a check to:
P.O. Box 202
Rochester, NH. 03866
Click on the link to donate using a credit/debit card.
If you are willing to put up signs on your lawn or in your place of business, please send an email!
Spread the Word
If you believe in acceptance and accountability in law enforcement, help spread the word.
Let others know of this campaign on social media.
Write a letter to the newspaper.