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New Chief of Merrimack Police

Kristin Anderson ’14 Staff Writer

Chief Michael DelGreco
~Photo by Alex Maas~

On July 1, the Merrimack College Police Services swore in a new chief of police, Michael DelGreco.

He has almost 15 years of experience in law enforcement with both the Merrimack College and Hampton, N.H. police departments. Chief DelGreco has also held the ranks of detective lieutenant and deputy chief at Merrimack and now has the honor of becoming the first chief of police in the department to be promoted from within the ranks. As chief, DelGreco seeks to focus on “quality of life” issues here on campus.

These issues include the need to accommodate parking for everyone to installing additional cameras around campus for safety and security. With these efforts to improve our quality of life on campus, Chief DelGreco encourages the community to partner with his department by reporting incidents and giving recommendations to the department.

With a policing philosophy that has a stronger focus on education rather than solely on enforcement, Chief DelGreco confidently leads the Merrimack community forward into the futur

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