WARREN, NJ - Warren Township has been ranked as one of the top safest cities in New Jersey in the Safewise report detailing New Jersey's 50 Safest Cities of 2020 released today. Warren Township is ranked No. 11 in the report.
" I am proud of our ranking in this year's Safewise report,” said Warren Township Chief of Police William Keane. “As always, I attribute this to the dedicated brave men and woman of the Warren Township Police Department. We will continue to serve the community of Warren to keep it safe and a wonderful place to live."
“On behalf of myself and the Township Committee, we wish to thank Chief Keane his Officers and Dispatch for their outstanding work within the Township,” said Warren Township Mayor Mick Marion. “We take pride in working together for our residents. As a result, We are able to sustain high safety rankings by having a Township Committee that works hand and hand with the Chief who supports new initiatives and cooperation with a purposeful goal of keeping Warren Township a safe, welcoming and premier place to live.”
Read the full report here to see which other cities made the list: https://www.safewise.com/blog/safest-cities-new-jersey/
And to learn about the work that goes into this annual safety study, check out our Methodology page.
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