Police Department Reminders

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Thumbnail image for police_badge.jpegThursday, Feb 26:  A Neighborhood Watch meeting focusing on Internet Safety.  All welcome. 7:00 pm in the Metuchen High School cafeteria.
 
Saturday night is the PBA Banquet which, for the first time, is open to the public.  If you would like to share an evening getting to know Metuchen's Finest, please call David Irizarry at 732-841-3223 by the end of the day on Thursday the 26th. Tickets are $75 per person and include dinner, open bar, dancing, and a presentation of awards. Pines Manor, Edison.
 
The CITIZEN POLICE ACADEMY, a 13-week program for Borough residents will begin on March 2nd at 6:30pm at Borough Hall. Classes will be held every Monday night.
 
This interactive program is designed to educate about department procedures, guidelines, and responsibilities, as well as the demands of personnel that guide decision-making. Some of the topics that will be covered include: An overview of the Department's organization and structure, recruitment and training, and the roles and responsibilities of the various divisions and sections. In addition, participants will be given an opportunity to ride-along with a patrol officer and experience a firearms training simulation.  Open to eligible residents and Metuchen business owners.
 
If interested, please complete an application and forward it to Captain R. Rentenberg.

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Fantastic evening! Thanks to the entire force.

PBA banquet was a very nice event. Never realized all that the police do. I guess I kind of took them for granted. Thank you for all you do. They truly are our first line of defense, and first responders in all situations. It was nice to meet many of the officers.

Is there a web page for the neighborhood watch? I don't remember seeing anything about this meeting on the borough web site.

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