Boonton Township Police Department Received Third Reaccreditation

The Township Committee hired retired East Hanover Lieutenant John Fox, Jr. as its first Class III officer.

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Sgt Chris Chicoris, Sgt. Jason Raffo, Lt. Joe D’Agostino, Chief Tom Cacciabeve, Jerry Delorenzo, Facilities Manager, Mayor Paul Allieri





BOONTON TOWNSHIP — The Boonton Township Committee meeting was held on Monday, September 12.

The Boonton Township Police Department received its third reaccreditation from the New Jersey State Chiefs of Police Association.

Bd of Edu Vice President Christine Cabana, BOE President Barry Brantner, Supt. Christian Angelillo, Lt. Joe D’Agostino. Sgt. Jason Raffo, Sgt. Chris Chicoris, SLEO III John Fox, Jr., Chief Tom Cacciabeve, Sheriff Jim Gannon, Senator Tony Bucco (second row) Committeeman Tom SanFilippo, Deputy Mayor Brian Honan, Committeeman Tom Donadio, Mayor Paul Allieri, Committeeman Bill Klingener
Sgt. Chris Chicoris, Sgt. Jason Raffo, Lt. Joseph D’Agostino, Chief Tom Cacciabeve, Mayor Paul Allieri, Harry Delgado, Accreditation Program Director, NJSACOP Administration of the Oath of Office by Senator Tony Bucco to Class III Officer John Fox, Jr. with his family looking on

The Township Committee enacted an ordinance creating Class III Special Officers and hired retired East Hanover Lieutenant John Fox, Jr. as its first Class III officer.

Officer Fox will be assigned to the Rockaway Valley School.

The oath of office was administered by Senator Anthony Bucco who was the sponsor of the Class III Special Law Enforcement Officer legislation.

The Township also received a donation from TerrAcend NJ to outfit the new Class III officers with body armor and body worn cameras.