UNION, NJ – A free Law Enforcement Career discussion took place Thursday night hosted by the Township of Union Police Department, the Township’s Human Relations Department, the Morris County Sheriff’s Office and the New Jersey NOBWLE (National Organization of Black Women in Law Enforcement) Chapter.

About 20 young Union men and women and parents attended the informational session to learn about law enforcement careers and the application process.  Issues such as how to apply for the civil service test, the importance of credit, physical requirements and background eliminators were discussed.

Township of Union Police Director Daniel Zeiser, Police Officer Michael Boll and representatives from the NOBWLE and the Port Authority provided the law enforcement prospects with candid advice on all aspects of beginning the process of becoming an officer. 

“Whether you end up becoming police officer in Union or anywhere else, we are here to help,” said Director Zeiser.