Manchester Police Chief recognized for leadership, strides toward diversity

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Award presented to Chief David Mara by his NH Disproportionate Minority Contacts co-chair, Ed Edwards.

MANCHESTER, NH – Manchester Police Chief David J. Mara, who is the co-chairman of the State of New Hampshire Disproportionate Minority Contact (DMC) Advisory Group on Juvenile Justice, was presented with the group’s “Leadership Award” on November 20 during a ceremony at the John Sununu Youth Center, River Road in Manchester.

The award recognized Mara for his “exemplary contributions in aiding the statewide efforts to reduce disproportionate minority contact.”

Chief Mara’s continued leadership role while promoting diversity within the City of Manchester was also recognized on October  28 during the annual Keeping the Dream Alive diversity conference for business and education, held at the Radisson Hotel. The award was presented by National Cultural Diversity Awareness Council.

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