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MADISON, NJ - Ever wonder what it’s like to be a police officer in Madison? Now you can join two of Madison’s officers as they perform their duties on Friday, May 3rd. Starting at 2:00PM and ending at 2:00AM, Madison P.D.’s Twitter followers will virtually ride along with Sergeant Carpenter from the day tour and Patrolman Goncalves from the night tour. Followers will learn minute-by-minute the typical activities a Madison police officer performs and the types of calls we respond to. Patrolman Rybka will be handling the twitter feed and answering questions over the course of the twelve-hour period, as well as providing crime prevention tips. Followers will also get an inside look at the Public Safety Complex and more. To participate, simply follow the Police Department’s Twitter account: @MadisonPoliceNJ. For updates about the program and to learn more about the officers participating, visit our facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/MadisonPoliceNJ


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If you have any questions about the program feel free to contact Patrolman Chad Rybka at (973) 593-3005 or e-mail: rybkac@mpd.rosenet.org.


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