MONTCLAIR, NJ - The Montclair Police Department, headed by Chief Todd Conforti, participates in several events
focused on the township’s most vulnerable populations.

Since becoming Chief he has been committed to being both visible and accessible to the community, frequently meeting with residents, business owners, community groups, and faith-based organizations about the
Township of Montclair. Chief Conforti can often be seen walking through the Central Business
District holding conversations with community members while getting coffee. The chief has
taken a special interest in assisting those with special needs. Over the past few months Chief
Conforti and his officers have participated in numerous events/activities with our special needs
community. Some of the recent events/activities are:
 Jazz House Kids “Something Wonderful”
 Autism Awareness Month “Take Me Home Registry”
 Essex County Special Olympics Swim Meet
 Essex County Special Olympics Track Meet
 Essex County Special Olympics Torch Run
 Montclair High School Transition Program “Police Internship”

While the members of the Montclair Police Department make every effort to reach and serve
every citizen, Chief Conforti and the officers take a particular pride in their relationship with the
special needs community, often volunteering their time and raising donations to help bring
awareness to those organizations which assist those with special needs. The Montclair Police
Department hosts and participates in numerous community focused events/activities, but there is
no doubt that the special needs community have a direct connection to the Top Cop with a big
heart.

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The Montclair Police Department, headed by Chief Todd Conforti, participates in several events
focused on the township’s most vulnerable populations. Since becoming Chief he has been
committed to being both visible and accessible to the community, frequently meeting with
residents, business owners, community groups, and faith-based organizations about the
Township of Montclair. Chief Conforti can often be seen walking through the Central Business
District holding conversations with community members while getting coffee. The chief has
taken a special interest in assisting those with special needs. Over the past few months Chief
Conforti and his officers have participated in numerous events/activities with our special needs
community. Some of the recent events/activities are:
 Jazz House Kids “Something Wonderful”
 Autism Awareness Month “Take Me Home Registry”
 Essex County Special Olympics Swim Meet
 Essex County Special Olympics Track Meet
 Essex County Special Olympics Torch Run
 Montclair High School Transition Program “Police Internship”

While the members of the Montclair Police Department make every effort to reach and serve
every citizen, Chief Conforti and the officers take a particular pride in their relationship with the
special needs community, often volunteering their time and raising donations to help bring
awareness to those organizations which assist those with special needs. The Montclair Police
Department hosts and participates in numerous community focused events/activities, but there is
no doubt that the special needs community have a direct connection to the Top Cop with a big
heart.