MORRIS COUNTY — Sergeant Julio Torres, Jr. has announced his retirement from the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office.
Morris County Prosecutor Robert J. Carroll, First Assistant Prosecutor Maggie Calderwood, and Chief of Detectives Robert McNally honored Sergeant Torres for his outstanding service and expressed their gratitude of the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office on his last day.
Sergeant Julio Torres was hired by the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office in June 2002, when he was hired as a Detective. He was later promoted to Detective Supervisor in the Fugitive Unit within the Special Operations Division in July 2018. He was later promoted to the rank of Sergeant of the Fugitive Unit in July 2019.
Sergeant Torres has worked in various units in the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office including General Investigations, Sex Crimes/Child Endangerment, Megan’s Law, Intelligence/Narcotics, and Major Crimes Units. He is a certified Polygraph Examiner, a Crisis Negotiator, and a 5th-degree black belt instructor in Jujutsu.
Before joining the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office, Sergeant Torres worked as a support employee of the FBI Newark Division while he was attending college at Essex County College and Rutgers University-Newark.
He was then hired as a Detective with the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office where he worked for four years.