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Over 250 People Attend “The Opioid Crisis: Engaging the Community” Program

August 18, 2018

ROCKAWAY, N.J.- On Wednesday, August 15, 2018, the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office hosted “The OpioidCrisis: Engaging the Community” as the second of four events this year under New JerseyAttorney General Gurbir Grewal’s “21-County, 21st Century Community Policing Project”. The Community Policing Project was implemented in 2018 ...

Drugged Driving on the Rise in New Jersey

Florham Park, N.J., August 9, 2018 — Drugged driving in fatal New Jersey crashes has increased significantly over the last decade, according to a new analysis by AAA Northeast. Cannabinoids and narcotics were the categories of drugs most commonly detected in fatally injured drivers.

For its analysis, AAA examined the last available decade’s FARS (fatality analysis ...

Florham Park Police Department Hosts Annual National Night Out

FLORHAM PARK, NJ- The Florham Park Police Department hosted its Annual National Night Out Event. Behind the walls of Borough Hall, hundreds of people gathered to enjoy free food, activities, and stations ran by FPPD, which all promoted the importance of community safety.   

National Night Out is a nation-wide event in the United States, where Police Departments across the ...

Morris Residents Warned About Summer Motor Vehicle Burglaries and Thefts

Over the past month, there has been a rash of early morning motor vehicle burglaries and thefts across Morris County, with the burglars and thieves at work while most residents are asleep, according to Morris County Sheriff James M. Gannon.

Most of these incidents are occurring between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m., with criminals targeting cars parked in driveways or streets. In some cases, residents may ...

Florham Park Police Present Ice Cream with a Cop Pop Up

FLORHAM PARK, N.J.- This Wednesday, August 1, join the Florham Park Police Department invites you to come to Holy Family Church parking lot at 7 pm for ice cream and a great time of community. Presented by the Florham Park Police Department and Office of Emergency Management.

 

East Hanover Police Chief Cannizzo, Morris County Office of Emergency Management East Hanover School District Comes Together to Make The Community Safe

EAST HANOVER, N.J.- On Tuesday, July 17th 2018, in the middle of  summer vacation, some of the most important people to our community were spending their summer day training for a real life crisis. Thirty  staff members of the East Hanover School District, including the Districts Principals, Superintendent Natalie Bartlett and the Districts Safety Specialists ...

Chatham Township Police Seek Help Identifying Lafayette School Vandals Caught on Surveillance Tape; DWI Charge

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham Township police are seeking help in identifying three unknown individuals who caused thousands of dollars worth of damage to the back of Lafayette School on July 12.

Security cameras captured photos of the vandals during the 3 a.m. mischief behind Lafayette School, where a small fire was started and windows were broken.

The report prepared by Chatham Township ...

Florham Park Police Department Graduates Junior Academy Class of 2018

FLORHAM PARK, N.J.-Last monthe the Florham Park Police Department graduated 25 middle school students from its first Junior Police Academy Class. The 25 cadets attended a rigorous 1-week program that included daily physical training & military drill in addition to presentations and activities to help them explore and understand the field of law enforcement.

Some of ...

Roxbury PBA's 13th Wiffleball Tournament; Having Fun and Helping Kids in Need

ROXBUTY, NJ - Raising money for children with illnesses, 45 teams of all ages faced off at Horseshoe Lake Park on Saturday at the Roxbury PBA’s wiffleball tournament. It was the thirteenth installment of the popular event.

The tournament this year is raising money for fourth grader Matthew Adonis, who is fighting a brain tumor, and five-year-old Samantha Russell, who is combating ...

Hillsborough Cops Take a Break for Coffee and Conversation with Residents

HILLSBOROUGH, NJ - The baristas at Starbucks got some help Tuesday right after the lunch crowd crush, with more than a dozen Hillsborough police officers in uniform helping to serve coffee, frappuccinos, shakes,  cappuccinos and pastries – mixed in with some earnest conversations.

Led by Police Chief Darren Powell, who spoke with customers and PBA President Chris Giraldi, who worked ...

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