Police Academy Graduates, Triton Students to be Recognized at Council Meeting

Triton students made a televised public service announcement about theft from cars for the Gloucester Township Police Department.

Photo provided by the Gloucester Township Police Department
Photo provided by the Gloucester Township Police Department
Gloucester Township Council will recognize the graduates of the 13th Citizens Police Academy Class and a class of Triton Regional High School students that worked on a public service announcement for the police department when it convenes Monday night.

The 40 graduating Police Academy members ompleted the 10-week course, which included receiving CPR training and getting an insider's view of the daily operations of the Gloucester Township Police Department.

The students from Triton produced a televised Public Service Announcement for the Gloucester Township Police Community Relations Unit.

The video PSA was produced by and features the students. The PSA provides information on how to prevent theft from automobiles.

Gloucester Township Police Sgt. Timothy Kohlmyer will also be recognized for performance at the prestigious Gloucester County Police Academy Police Supervision Program.

Sgt. Kohlmyer received the top grade for this intense and extensive training program.

The council meeting takes place at the municipal complex, 1261 Chews Landing Road, 7:30 p.m.

Caring4GT June 23, 2014 at 11:36 AM
Congratulations to the citizens for taking a healthy and honest interest in our community. And a huge congrats to the students who make us all proud with their tech savvy and drive. But we must ask if Mayor Mayer will hang around after the awards and photo op to answer questions from the public about his 9% tax increase, lies about the Hit Doctor or maybe give the public an update on the FEDERAL lawsuits filed against him, the police, the housing authority and the town. We are on the hook for the settlements. Care to comment Mr. Mayer? Or will you run out and hide from your constituents, your bosses?


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