UNION, NJ – Union police are reminding residents that public safety is everyone’s responsibility.
On a social media post from the Union police, residents are being encouraged to report suspicious activity. “The New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness encourages the public, law enforcement, first responders, as well as our private- and public-sector partners to report suspicious activity,” read the post.
“The mission of the Union Police Department is public safety,” added Union Police Director Dan Zieser. “Local law enforcement will always be the first responder in any incident. We believe that the safety of our students relies on a quick and reliable response.”
The “See Something, Say Something” campaign benefits families, friends, and neighbors by bringing suspicious behavior to the attention of law enforcement. Reporting suspicious behavior could potentially stop the next terrorist incident. Even if you think your observation is not important, it may be a piece of a larger puzzle.
Should you observe any suspicious behavior in the Township of Union, contact police at 911 or (908) 851-5000. Outside of the Township of Union, call (866) 472-3365.
Together We Can Keep Union Residents Safe.
For additional information, visit https://www.njhomelandsecurity.gov/njsars/