Press Releases

Morris County Prosecutor's Office to Host Law Enforcement Career Development Workshop

Morris County Prosecutor Robert Bianchi announces the following program:

The Morris County Prosecutor’s Office Community Affairs Unit in partnership with local colleges and universities such as County College of Morris, St. Elizabeth’s College, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Drew University, Ramapo College, Rutgers University and Berkley College will be holding its spring 2012 Law Enforcement Career Development Workshop.

The program is the first of its kind in New Jersey and gives students assistance in pursuing careers in law enforcement.

Sign Up for E-News

These candidates many of which are women and minorities are exposed to various careers in law enforcement and taught tips to successfully master interviewing, dressing professionally, the importance of financial literacy and social media etiquette.

This program includes hands on practical law enforcement exposure as well as mock interviews and visits to local law enforcement agencies.

This program is conducted free of charge and has attained national recognition for its success.

The program will be held at the Morris County Public Safety Training Academy between February 1, 2012 and April 4, 2012. See the attached schedule.

If any representative of the media has an interest in covering any portion of the program, please contact me.

TAP Into Another Town's News:

You May Also Be Interested In

Sign Up for E-News

Chatham

Mike Czech – One of Chatham’s Hidden Gems….

On a warm sunny day, back in 2008, at Southern Boulevard Elementary School stood a very tall man (6.5” to be exact!), soft-spoken, warm and friendly as he was surrounded by a whole group of children running around him (at his knees).

His name was Mike Czech and he was teaching the kids how to play a game on the open court.   I introduced myself to help assist him as a fellow ...

'Thank You' to the Chatham Borough Department of Public Works and Volunteers

May 7, 2018

To the Editor:

My sincere thanks to Chatham Borough Department of Public Works, and everyone who came out and planted at Shepard Kollock trail this past Saturday! It was amazing to have so many volunteers on hand to plant trees and shrubs. Whether you could only stay for a short time, or if you stayed with us until the very end – everyone’s hard work truly made a difference.

One ...

SURVIVING A STROKE: Quick Medical Response Gives Mom Her Life Back

Carotid artery dissection. It’s one of the most common causes of stroke in younger adults.

And while you might not associate the word “stroke” with younger patients, the condition – if not treated immediately – could lead to paralysis and even death.

Lindsey Singh can attest to the importance of immediacy. The 31-year-old mother of two from Flanders experienced ...

AtlantiCast

AtlantiCast: Episode 15

On this week’s AtlantiCast, learn some important tips for controlling and avoiding diabetes from an Atlantic Health System expert, see how Atlantic Health is advancing cutting-edge research, hear what’s being done to keep health care environmentally friendly and much more!

 

Residents of Chatham to Receive Second Fundraising Letter Asking for Their Support of the Chatham Emergency Squad

May 20, 2018

During the week of May 20, a follow-up letter seeking donations to the Chatham Emergency Squad (CES) will be sent to more than 6,000 Chatham residents, businesses, religious and community organizations. Letters will not be sent to individuals, businesses, and organizations who have lent their support with the first mailing, issued in January 2018.

The Chatham Emergency Squad is an ...