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East Hanover Police joins in successful Law Enforcement Night


EAST HANOVER — East Hanover Police Officers Rob Jordan and Jeff Della Piazza, along with other area law enforcement agencies, had a great time last night talking to all the children and families at Mennen Arena who attended the New Jersey Coalition 4 Education and Positive Choices Law Enforcement Night.

This event the youngsters got to see firsthand how law enforcement officers are positive influences in our community.  Law Enforcement Night has been known to further develop these relationships often providing career opportunities for teens who might not have ever considered such a path.

The equipment on display at this event is known to even awe adults.  Never will one see such an array of machinery like this at one location.  Kids were able to ride the horses provided by the Park Police, ambulances, emergency vehicles of every shape and size, wear riot gear, try on handcuffs and co mingle with the law enforcement community in a fun atmosphere.

The important aspect to remember is that law enforcement is trained to make these kids feel safe and important.  Confidence and self-esteem go a long way in helping a child say no to his peers when the time arises.

Morris County Park Police Patrolman Nick Saleeba and Patrolman Tony Brunone
Hanover Township Police Patrolmen S. Manney and J. Grawhler
Morris County Sheriff Officer Somerville and Cap. Bertelli
Morris County Prosecutor Detectives Muhammad Thomas and Ashley Gonzalez
Parsippany-Troy Hills Police Officer David Roman
Parsippany-Troy Hills Police Department participated in New Jersey Coalition 4 Education and Positive Choices Law Enforcement Night
Parsippany Resident Carol Tiesi, Michele Sylvan, Hanover Township Councilman Thomas Ace Gallagher, Robert Peluso, Ildiko Peluso and Robert Peluso, Jr.
Morgan Park, Kidz World Dental
Matt Burton, Retro Fitness Whippany
Michele Sylvan, William Schievella, Bergen County Sheriff’s Office and Hanover Township Councilman Thomas Ace Gallagher
Morris County Park Police Disaster Response Team
Chidlren had the opportunity to ride the Morris County Park Police Horses
Frank Cahill
Frank Cahillhttps://www.frankcahill.com
Publisher of Parsippany Focus since 1989 and Morris Focus since January 1, 2019, both covering a wide range of events. Mr. Cahill serves as the Executive Board Member of the Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce, Lt. Governor of Division 9 Kiwanis Club of NJ, and Chairman of the Parsippany-Troy Hills Economic Development Advisory Board. Owner of the Morris now app serving small business in Morris County.


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