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Somerset County Sheriff’s Office Featured in 2016 Ford Police Interceptor Calendar

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Somerset CountySheriff Frank Provenzano and several officers are featured in the 2016 Ford calendar. Credits: Greg Backman
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SOMERVILLE, NJ – The month of May, 2016 already promises to be special for the Somerset County Sheriff’s Office.

Sheriff Frank J. Provenzano and several of his officers, along with K-9 Diesel and three Sheriff’s vehicles, are featured that month in the 2016 Ford Police Interceptor calendar.

The color photo was taken in front of the historic courthouse by county graphic artist Greg Backman.

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“I saw last year’s calendar and thought, why not Somerset County in one of the months for 2016?” Provenzano said.

The caption under the May photo reads:  “The Somerset County Sheriff’s Office staffs a total of 210 sworn and civilian personnel comprising a Law Enforcement and Corrections Division.  The Sheriff’s Office possesses county-wide jurisdiction encompassing over 305 square miles.  The Corrections Division is responsible for the security and safety of more than 235 inmates housed at the County Jail.”

Also featured in the calendar are law enforcement agencies from Alaska, Oklahoma, Michigan, Florida, Pennsylvania, California, Iowa, Ohio, Tennessee, Vermont and Maryland.

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