WARREN, NJ - Warren Township ranks as the 45th safest place to live in America in 2017, according to The SafeWise Report, up from 47th last year.
Warren Police Chief William Keane said," I'm always pleased to see us among the top rankings of the safest towns in New Jersey. I'm proud of my officers and their efforts to insure the best environment for the residents of Warren. As always, I want to thank the Warren Township Committee for their constant support and understanding of what it takes to successfully run the police department."
The report says of Warren Township, "This city was named after General Joseph Warren, a hero of the Battle of Bunker Hill during the American Revolution. Today, he’d be proud to see that Warren Township, New Jersey, still works hard to defend its people from threats and crime. For the second year in a row, this city has made it on SafeWise’s top fifty Safest Cities in America, and it also has been touted as the Best Place to Live in Central New Jersey and the second best in the entire state. Here’s to a much longer legacy of safety, bravery, and security for everyone in this township."
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