- Associated Press - Thursday, April 4, 2019

NASHUA, N.H. (AP) - The police chief in Nashua, New Hampshire, is retiring as of Aug. 1 after a 32-year career with the department.

Andrew Lavoie has been chief for 4 ½ years.

Nashua Police Commissioner James Tollner said Lavoie’s commitment and involvement in numerous community programs and services has set a positive example for others to follow. His accomplishments include the formation of the Nashua Community Conversations on Race & Justice, which has enhanced relationships between the police and Nashua’s diverse population.

The commission unanimously selected Deputy Chief Michael Carignan as Lavoie’s successor. He’s been deputy chief for the past four years.

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