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Chatham Borough Police Set to Promote Gibbons to Rank of Captain

Chatham Police Lt. Brian Gibbons will officially be promoted to the rank of captain at the Borough of Chatham Council meeting on Monday Credits: TAP Chatham

CHATHAM,  NJ - The Borough of Chatham Council is set to pass a resolution that will approve the promotion Chatham Police Lt. Brian Gibbons to the rank of captain at its regular meeting on Monday night.

Gibbons was recommended for promotion by Chatham Borough Police Chief Phil Crosson, subject to the appointment by Mayor Bruce Harris and the consent of the borough council.

Gibbons' rank of captain will come with an annual salary of $145,481, which will be pro-rated for the remainder of 2015;

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Gibbons joined the borough police force in 2002 and was promoted to sergeant in 2007. He was elevated to the rank of lieutenant in 2010.

Gibbons is a certified police executive and has completed numerous advanced law enforcement training courses in supervision and tactical operations and serves as an instructor for the Morris County Police Training Academy, teaching law enforcement operations to the basic class.

He received a Master’s Degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University and holds numerous law enforcement certifications.



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