GREEN BROOK, NJ – The Green Brook Police Department this week proudly announced the promotion of two officers on its force. The promotions of Hans Case and Daniel Lanzafama follow the Jan. 31, 2016 retirement of Lieutenant Randy Stratton.
During a Feb. 1 swearing-in ceremony conducted by Green Brook Township Mayor Nancy Stoll, Case was promoted from Sergeant to the position of Lieutenant of Police and Daniel Lanzafama was promoted from Detective to Sergeant of Police.
Lieutenant Case is a 25-year veteran of the Green Brook Police Department who has served in varying capacities including detective, traffic safety officer, and patrol supervisor and maintains extensive expertise in accident reconstruction.
Sergeant Lanzafama is a 15-year veteran of the Green Brook Police Department who has served in varying capacities including detective and field training officer, and has organized many community events including the annual ‘Turkey Trot Run’ and ‘Breakfast with Santa.’
“Lieutenant Case and Sergeant Lanzafama are outstanding officers who have provided years of dedicated service to the township and have proven themselves as highly capable contributors. These men are well respected by their fellow officers, and I anticipate they will continue to serve the community at a high level in their new positions,” said Green Brook Police Chief G. Christopher Kurz.
At the time of his retirement, Lieutenant Stratton had 25.5 years of police service. He joined the Green Brook Police Department in 1994 and served the community for 22 years. “I would like to congratulate Lt. Randy Stratton on his retirement after a career of dedicated service,” said Kurz. “He was a great part of our organization and I wish him all the best in his future endeavors.”