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the Italian American Police Society of New Jersey's website. The Society was founded in 1985 and is New Jersey's largest police fraternal organization. The Society is comprised of more than four thousand local, county, state and federal law enforcement officers from throughout the state. The Society was founded with the purpose of promoting the role of Italian Americans in public service as well as enhancing public safety while supporting the law enforcement community.
Each year the Society hosts a number of charitable and to promote camaraderie and enhance the lives of our members. The Society is proud to support such important causes such as Special Olympics NJ, college scholarship program, police safety equipment give away project and many other social and educational programs. I am proud to have served as a law enforcement executive for twenty eight years and have led the Italian American Police Society of New Jersey since its inception.
I am blessed to have an outstanding Executive Board to lead the finest men and women in law enforcement.
Congratulations to Al Stiehler retired Deputy Chief of the New Jersey Transit Police Department on his new role of Chief of Field Operations at the MTA Police Department in New York. Good Luck Al on your new assignment.
The Annual Member Family Pool Party and Picnic is set for July 22nd 12:00 pm to 8:00 pm Last year’s Annual BBQ Picnic and Pool Party at the Manor Park Swim Club in Westfield was a huge success. A large crowd … Continue reading »
Brother Dave Cardone has part time work for retired armed officers in the Essex County area. Please call Dave at 973- 641-6579.
As posted on NorthJersey.com: EAST RUTHERFORD — Since he was 4 years old, Dennis Rivelli knew he wanted a career in law enforcement. “I saw a car go by with lights flashing, and I asked my dad about it. He said it’s … Continue reading »
We are saddened at the loss of Dominick A. D’Onofrio, 72, of Lodi, on June 27, 2017. Before retiring he was the Acting Chief of the Lodi Police Department and a member of PBA Local 26, as well as a … Continue reading »
Monmouth University – West Long Branch, NJ Monmouth University Adjunct Professor – Criminal Justice Department: Criminal Justice Position Summary: Monmouth University is seeking applications for Adjunct Professors. The candidate would be expected to: teach 3 – 6 credits per semester. For additional information about … Continue reading »