MORRIS TOWNSHIP, NJ -  Today is the second day of the Morris Township Police Department Officer Trading Card Contest! Morris Township residents, 14 years of age and younger can try to collect as many trading cards as possible.

Ask any Morris Township officer you see, if they have their trading card on them. According to the rules, the officer must sign and date the card for it to be a valid collection. There will be special events scheduled for meet and greets.

"I am very excited to announce the Morris Township Police Department’s first ever trading card contest", said Morris Township Police Chief Mark DiCarlo. "It is a terrific community policing initiative created by Lt Heather Glogolich to help foster relationship between our officers and the community".

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The person with the most amount of cards – WINS A FREE BICYCLE! If there is a tie, then we will enter all names and draw one randomly to select a winner. There will be additional prizes as well for contestants.

The contest will run from October 1, 2020 through March 31, 2021. Winner will be announced in April 2021.

Click here to sign up for the contest


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