MONTVILLE, NJ – Montville Township Police Chief Andrew Caggiano released the following statement on June 2:

“On behalf of the mayor and township committee, the Montville Township Police Department joins many other law enforcement agencies within the State of New Jersey and across the country in denouncing the horrific death of George Floyd on May 25, 2020. Our deepest condolences go out to his family and friends in their time of need.

“The public expects the highest level of professionalism from our law enforcement officers. The Montville Township Police Department strives to build positive relationships with our community. Our police officers are continually receiving training in use of force, ethics and various types of diversity training. I want the public to be assured that all of our use of force incidents are subject to a formal review, as per our departmental policy, which is modeled after state-recommended policies and procedures.

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“The police department will continue to work with all people to develop and maintain trust with this great community. We are committed to moving forward in a positive direction.”

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