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Gloucester Township Police Participate in Community Events

Over the last week, the department participated in the Relay for Life, held DARE graduation and was recognized for its efficiency in DWI arrests.

Photos provided by the Gloucester Township Police Department
Photos provided by the Gloucester Township Police Department

The Gloucester Township Police Department issued this press release, detailing recent events it's participated in throughout the township:

* The Gloucester Township Police Department held their fifth grade Drug Abuse Resistance Education graduation at the Gloucester Township Elementary School on June 10. 

* On June 11, Ptl. Frank Pace and Ptl Kevin Schultz attended the MADD New Jersey Law Enforcement recognition ceremony at Middlesex County College. They were recognized with the MADD 2013 Law Enforcement Distinguished Service Award for the top DWI arrest in Gloucester Township in 2013.

* The Gloucester Township Police attended the Relay for Life on Saturday, June 14 at the Veterans Memorial park in Gloucester Township. The Relay For Life movement has grown into a worldwide phenomenon raising nearly $5 billion to fight cancer.  

* On Monday June 16, the Gloucester Township Police Traffic Safety Unit held an alcohol server education seminar at by Ron Jaworski’s Valleybrook Country Club. 

Attendees received information on responsibilities of alcohol servers, drinking and driving laws, identifying underage persons, identifying fraudulent identification, the designated driver program and the effects of alcohol and drug impairment on drivers. 

They also had the opportunity to utilize the fatal vision impairment goggles along with the department's DWI simulator vehicle. 

Diane Kozak June 19, 2014 at 08:00 AM
Thank you Gloucester Township PD for all that you do. I cannot say enough about how professional and helpful the department is in many ways. I deal with many police officers and I am proud of the Gloucester Township Police Department.

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