WARREN, NJ - Warren Township has been ranked as one of the safest areas in New Jersey by alarms.org. Warren ranks as the No. 2 safest.
“I attribute the safety of Warren Township to our hardworking, vigilant officers that do their job every day to ensure the best environment for our community, “ said Warren Police Chief William Keane. “I also would like to thank the Warren Township Committee for their ongoing support and understanding of what our department needs to continue to keep safety a top priority. The safety/security of our community and residents will always remain our primary commitment.”
“New Jersey is home to a population of around 8.7 million (ranked 11th in the US), with state square miles ranked 47th. This makes New Jersey the most densely populated state in the country. Industry and economy are often “lost” in some perceptions as being part of the greater New York area, but New Jersey's individual wealth generation is the second highest in the US. Key wealth generators include financial services, telecommunications, chemicals and agriculture,” the report says.
The top 5 safest areas in New Jersey according to alarms.org iare:
- River Vale Township
- Warren Township
- Washington Township, Morris County
For the report and methodology click here
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