WARREN, NJ - The National Council for Home Safety and Security has determined that Warren Township is the second safest community in New Jersey for 2019, the Township Committee announced on Friday.
Victor Sordillo, Township Committee Liaison to the Warren Police Department and a safety professional, stated, “Warren is proud to have a fine, dedicated Police Department under the leadership of Chief William Keane who ensures the safety of the Warren residents.”
The National Council has identified the safest cities in New Jersey through the review of the FBI Uniform Crime Report Statistics utilizing their classification for violent crimes and non-violent crimes, based on the uniform crime report, and a variable entitled Police Adequacy, which is calculated by utilizing total crimes divided by the number of police officers.
Township Committeeman George Lazo stated that “ensuring the safety of our community is vital to maintain the high property values and way of life in Warren Township.”
The Warren Township Police Department is a 30-member department accredited by the NJ Association of Chiefs of Police and meets all of the requirements and standards necessary to achieve accreditation.
Committeewoman Carolann Garafola added that “an important element of ensuring community safety is neighbors serving as the eyes and ears of the Police Department. Neighbors helping neighbors.”
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