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Media Ride-Along Gives Public Glimpse at Being a Fairfield Cop

WMBC-TV News Video - Hometown: Fairfield P. D. Ride Along Credits: WMBCTV News

FAIRFIELD, NJ — Recently Burt Sempier, a correspondent with WMBC, a local television station located in West Caldwell, recently conducted a ride alongside Fairfield Sgt. John McGrory in order to get an up-close perspective of what it’s like being a Fairfield police officer.

“Our department remains very transparent and I felt that this was an excellent opportunity for members of the public to see some of what we do” said Fairfield Chief Anthony G. Manna. “Sgt. McGrory is very representative of the high quality and professionalism found in all our officers. I hope the public enjoys it.”

See the video above. 

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