BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Today, by Executive Order, Mayor Joseph G. Bruno is naming Lt. John DiPasquale to be the Acting Chief of the Berkeley Heights Police Department. Lieutenant DiPasquale is a 16 year veteran of the Berkeley Heights Police Department. He has served in various assignments within the department and with the County. Bruno said, “We look forward to John’s leadership and ideas to move the department forward and wish him much success.”
Mayor Joe Bruno To Name Lt. John DiPasquale Acting Chief
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