WARREN, NJ - Two new police officers were sworn in to the Warren Township Police department at the last meeting of the Warren Township Committee. Both were joined by their families.
Warren Township Chief of Police William Keane introduced them: (Video here)
Victoria Ciampais 24 years old and grew up in Green Brook, NJ. She attended Watchung Hills Regional High School followed by Raritan Valley Community College where she received an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice. She continued onto Rutgers University where she earned a Bachelor’s Degree after a double major in Political Science and Criminal Justice.
In June 2017, Victoria graduated the Cape May County Police Academy and accepted a position as a Class II Special Officer with the City of Wildwood Police Department. In August 2017, she was hired by the Morris Township Police Department as a full-time police officer assigned to the Patrol Division. During her tenure with Morris Township Victoria led the Crime Prevention Unit and supervised their Internship Program.
Joseph DeBiasseis 25 years old and grew up in Washington Township, NJ. He attended West Morris Central High School followed by Miseracordia University and then Centenary University where he is currently completing a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Science. In June 2017 Joseph began working at West Morris Central as a sports coach and one on one aide for special needs students.
In April 2018 Joseph accepted a position as a Class II Special Officer with the Hackensack Police Department and later graduated from the Passaic County Police Academy. During his time in Hackensack, Joseph was assigned to the Patrol Division and municipal court security. (Video here.)
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