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Posted on: January 9, 2019

Mayor Eric Hinds Recognizes National Law Enforcement Day

January 9 marks National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. 

Please join me in sending a message of thanks and support to our Holmdel Police Department, and other law enforcement personnel across the country, by taking a moment out of your day to recognize the dedication and bravery they display, which is beyond measure.

Our police department celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2016 and I was honored to participate in the celebration. 

Over those 50 years our department has been led by four outstanding Police Chiefs: Chief Joseph W. Phillips, Chief R. Bruce Phillips, Chief Raymond P. Wilson and our current Chief, John Mioduszewski. 

In December Chief Mioduszewski was named President of the Monmouth County Police Chiefs Association, and we could not be more proud of him. 

Under his leadership our police department has become an even larger community partner with the development of programs that promote safety, engagement and understanding. 

Some of those programs include the Police Department Youth Academy, Neighborhood Watch, Neighborhood Liaison program, the Domestic Violence Response Team, Safe not Sorry and Holmdel’s Office of Emergency Management. 

Our police department’s collaboration with the Township, school district and residents is paramount to preserving the peace, order and security we enjoy and appreciate so dearly. 

The valor showcased by the men and women of our police force deserves to be recognized.

On behalf of the Township Committee and our community, I would like to express my sincerest thanks to the Holmdel Police Department for all that you do to keep us safe! We honor you today and every day.

Sincerely,

Mayor Eric Hinds

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