Morris Plains Police Department Proudly Displays New Plaque

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Assemblywoman BettyLou DeCroce, Cain Pope, Morris Plains Police Chief Michael Koroski and Patrolman Brett Cerrato proudly display the new plaque

MORRIS COUNTY — The vast majority of our men and women in blue uphold their oath to serve and protect and do far more for their communities than most realize.

Assemblywoman BettyLou DeCroce and Cain Pope have been engaged in an effort to show appreciation for the efforts of New Jersey police departments at a time that has been very difficult for our police nationwide.

Today, Betty Lou DeCroce and Cain Pope distributed plaques to the Montville Police Department, Jefferson Police Department as well as the Morris Plains Police Department.

Assemblywoman BettyLou DeCroce, Cain Pope, and Montville Police Chief Andrew Caggiano
Chief Castimore; Captain Bob Bush, Deb Milikin; Eric Wilsusen, Mayor with BettyLou DeCroce and Cain Pope

“Jefferson Township Police and Mayor helped the Kiwanis Club with the food distribution in their town so BettyLou and myself thought it would only be fitting to present them with this plaque as a thank you for all your help and support. And of course, to thank the men and women in blue that keep us all safe,” said Cain Pope.