YOU READ IT HERE FIRST: Ramsey Police Chief Bryan Gurney and members of the Bergen County Police Chiefs Association will be honoring veterans this Thursday — and they’re bringing a present with them.
The association is donating a 32” flat screen TV to the New Jersey Veterans Home at Paramus.
“Police chiefs from across Bergen County will be gathering to honor the courageous men and women who have protected our freedom and to show their support for veterans and members of the armed forces,” Gurney said.
The association offers a forum for police chiefs from the county’s dozens of municipalites to gather for meetings aimed at sharing information and exploring new methods and standards of police work.
WHAT: Bergen County Police Chiefs Association honoring veterans
WHEN: 2 p.m. Thurs., Nov. 10
WHERE: NJ Veterans Home At Paramus, E. Ridgewood Ave., Paramus (201) 967-7676
The chiefs meet at the Bergen County Law & Public Safety Complex in Mahwah, bringing in a variety of guest speakers from all areas of the community.
CHIEF BRYAN GURNEY
Ramsey Police Department
BERGEN COUNTY SHERIFF MICHAEL SAUDINO
Emerson Police Department (former chief)
Immediate Past President
CHIEF VINCENT CARUSO
Lodi Police Department
1st Vice President
CHIEF DONALD V. KEANE
Cliffside Park Police Department
2nd Vice President
CHIEF JAMES N. BATELLI
Mahwah Police Department
3rd Vice President
CHIEF JOSEPH T. RUTIGLIANO
Wood Ridge Police Department
CHIEF FRANK REGINO
Westwood Police Department
CHIEF EDWARD KASPER
Oakland Police Department
CHIEF MICHAEL J. FANNING
Upper Saddle River Police Department
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