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Her first day of school is also her last

Chesterfield County Police

It’s so fitting that on the first day of the new school year, we say “thank you” and “best wishes” to Mary Garber upon her retirement. For more than 30 years, Mary has served the children, families, schools and community members of Chesterfield County. She has held the titles of School Crossing Guard, Assistant Child Safety Coordinator and Child Safety Coordinator.

Mary was instrumental in the development of the Success Through Education and Proactive Policing (STEPP) Program in the Chesterfield County Police Department. She has received two Unit Citation Awards, the Mason T. Chalkley Outstanding Civilian Employee Award and the Mason T. Chalkley Award for Excellence.

Garber also received the 2015 Pat Cullen Award presented by the Positive Parenting Coalition.  Mary was also responsible for organizing the first Youth Academy held by the Chesterfield County Police Department and has been an influential presence on many committees and task forces in the area dedicated to the well-being of our youth.

We are thankful for her dedication to public service and we will greatly miss her.

Congratulations and best wishes Mary Garber!





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