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Charleston police chief honored by domestic violence victims group

Doug Warner, left, President of Liza’s Lifeline of SC, Inc., and Charleston Police Chief Greg Mullen. (Photo Source: Charleston Police) Doug Warner, left, President of Liza’s Lifeline of SC, Inc., and Charleston Police Chief Greg Mullen. (Photo Source: Charleston Police)
Victim Advocate Miriam Walker, Chief Greg Mullen, Victim Advocate Coordinator Catrice Smalls and Mental Health Therapist Denise Jones. (Photo Source: Charleston Police) Victim Advocate Miriam Walker, Chief Greg Mullen, Victim Advocate Coordinator Catrice Smalls and Mental Health Therapist Denise Jones. (Photo Source: Charleston Police)
CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) -

Charleston Police Chief Greg Mullen has been named 2015 Person of the Year by a domestic violence victims assistance group.

Mullen received the honor from Liza's Lifeline at the organization's annual banquet in downtown Charleston.

Organizers say they chose Mullen for the difference he has made in the lives of victims of domestic violence.

Liza’s Lifeline assists domestic violence victims, their families, pets and their community through financial assistance, education and social change, according to its website. It was named after Liza Ellen Warner, who lost her life to domestic violence in 2004, the site states.

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