Friday, September 7, 2012
Gloucester Township Police Department picks up national and state honors.
Mayor David Mayer and the Township Council will recognize the Gloucester Township Police Department Monday night for national and state awards it has received in recent months. Police have been recognized for their efforts in both bullying awareness and traffic safety. The recognition ceremony will take place in Council Chambers, in the municipal building, beginning at 7:30 p.m. Monday. In July, the Police Department received a national award for its efforts in promoting bullying awareness. GTPD's Project BATLE (Bullying Awareness Through Law Enforcement) was recognized by the School Safety Advocacy Council as one of the best programs in the country in keeping students safe in their schools and communities. In May, the Police Department …
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Police were also represented at the Gloucester Township Hoop Dreams Charity Carnival on Saturday.
A Gloucester Township Police Department patrolman and K-9 unit were among the honorees at the 46th annual Camden County Hero Scholarship Fund dinner, held Friday night at Lucien's Manor, in Berlin Borough. Township police officers also took the time to participate in the Gloucester Township Hoop Dreams Charity Carnival on Saturday, including by arranging for a special appearance for the kids. For more information on both events, click on the attached PDF to the right.
Thursday, May 26, 2011
The second annual Gloucester Township Police Awards Night was held at Camden County College Wednesday night.
The police department's leadership recognized their township brothers and sisters in blue, fellow law-enforcement officers and firefighters from throughout the area, and several civilians during a touching ceremony Wednesday night. It was the second annual Gloucester Township Police Department Awards Night, held at Camden County College's Dennis Flyer Theater. "I see so much respect and admiration for every single one of you, and that is because you were called to the vocation of law enforcement," Chief W. Harry Earle said during his opening remarks. "The words that are our foundation for our oath and our mission statement—honesty, respect, fairness, integrity, compassion and courage—these words are part of all of you. It is what you are…