ROXBURY, NJ - Roxbury resident Anthony LaManna is Mount Olive's newest police officer, it was announced today.
LaManna is a 2011 Roxbury High School graduate and the son of Lawrence and Susan LaManna.
He was released from the 3-month-long Mount Olive Police Department Field Training Program and will "assume full patrol duties," said the department. LaManna was assigned badge No. 129.
“All Mount Olive police officers, once they graduate the police academy, must successfully
complete the Field Training Program," explained Mount Olive Police Chief Stephen Beecher.
To make it through the program, rookie officers must meet 597 training objectives that "cover a multitude of
police activities, laws, policies and procedures,” said the chief. He said LaManna’s Field Training Officer was Mount Olive Police Patrol Cpl. Hunter Guiles.
After graduating from high school, LaManna attended Centenary College in Hackettstown and
graduated in May 2015 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice, said the department. He was hired by Mount Olive in September 2017 as a part-time communications officer. He became a full-time communications officer on Jan. 1, 2019; and a year later Mount Olive Mayor Robert Greenbaum approved
his recommendation for hire as a police officer.
LaManna is a graduate of the 94th Basic Police Class of the Morris County Police Academy. He graduated July 10.
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