September 15, 2015

Police Chief J. Thomas Manger Named 2015 Peacemaker of the Year

The Conflict Resolution Center of Montgomery County (CRCMC) recently named Montgomery County Police Chief Tom Manger as their 2015 Peacemaker of the Year. That award, along with a 2015 Volunteer of the Year, will be awarded at the organization’s annual Peacemaker Awards Gala Dinner on October 12 at VisArts in Rockville.

The Peacemaker of the Year is an individual, someone outside of CRCMC, who has made Montgomery County a better place through their peacemaking. The Volunteer of the Year, whose name has not yet been announced, is a person who has made a significant contribution to CRCMC’s work.

“Law enforcement officers play an enormous role in minimizing conflicts between the residents of Montgomery County,” said Christopher Page, CRCMC executive director. “Chief Manger is an excellent symbol of the cooperative relationship between the police and the local mediation community in our county,”

The CRCMC is a non-profit organization that provides free conflict resolution services for residents of Montgomery County. To learn more visit website