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Woodland Park Police Department Recieves Formal Accreditation

August 17, 2018

WOODLAND PARK, NJ - The Woodland Park Police Department received its formal Accreditation as a Law Enforcement Agency at the Aug. 15 Borough Council meeting.

Under the direction of Police Chief Eileeen Tiernan, the department underwent this two-year process, working with the Rodgers Group, based in Island Heights, during which it updated every policy, procedure, rule and ...

Totowa Rapper Admits To Trying to Bring Loaded Gun Through Security at Newark Airport

TOTOWA, N.J. – Rapper Juelz Santana, a resident of Totowa, admitted to knowingly possessing a firearm as a previously convicted felon and trying to bring a loaded gun onto a plane, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced.

The rapper, whose real name is LaRon L. James, 36, plead guilty before U.S. District Judge Stanley R. Chesler to both counts of an indictment charging him with ...

Little Falls Woman Charged with Endangering the Welfare of Three Week Old Infant

LITTLE FALLS, NJ -  Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia M. Valdes and Clifton Police Chief Mark P. Centurione announce that, Zahra Sharifnezhadazizi, 30, of Little Falls, was charged with two counts related to the endangering the welfare of her three-week-old infant.

The incident occurred on Aug. 8, when Sharifnezhadazizi left her three-week-old infant unattended in a ...

Bill by Pascrell and Menendez to Monitor Cancer in Firefighters Signed into Law

PATERSON, NJ – A law requiring the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to create a national cancer registry for firefighters to monitor and study the relationship between career-long exposure to dangerous fumes and toxins and the incidence of cancer in firefighters so to develop better protective gear and prevention techniques has been signed into law by President Donald ...

Woodland Park Police Graduates First Junior Police Academy

WOODLAND PARK - The Woodland Park Police Department graduated its first ever Junior Police Academy on July 20.

The week-long academy was held at Memorial School from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each day. Thanks to the academy sponsors – which included the American Legion Post #238, Anthony Colandro/Gun for Hire, and Viva la Pizza – the cadets were provided daily lunch, a uniform shirt ...

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