Investigator Jennifer Frank earned a BA in Political Science with a concentration in Pre-Law from Gordon College in 2000 and a Masters of Education with a focus on Public Administration at Plymouth State University in 2009. In 2006, she graduated from the 248th Part-Time and the 142nd Full-Time Police Academies with the distinguished honor of the highest academic average and highest level of physical fitness, the first time a female has ever earned both awards in the history of the Police Academy. She is also the recipient of the 2009 Hero For Justice Award, the 2008 Hometown Hero award and the Beverly B. Seavey Community Service Award, a 2007 Chief’s commendation and was honored with a Citation of Bravery from the Governor of New Hampshire.
She currently serves as the Special Investigator for Crimes Against Women at the Plymouth State University Police Department. Her role at the university is to investigate crimes that involve members of the campus community with a specific concentration on crimes against women, sexual assault, hazing, harassment, rape, sexual harassment, and domestic violence.
Investigator Frank is a member of the Grafton County Juvenile Diversion Board, and adjunct faculty at Plymouth State University and the NH Police Standards & Training Academy. She is the Co-Chair of the New Hampshire Violence Against Women Campus Consortium and an executive board member of the New Hampshire Violence Prevention Team, Plymouth Area Sexual Assault Resource Team and a liaison to the U.S. Department of Justice Attorney General for Project Safe Childhood.