PHOTO: Meet Lakewood’s Newest Police Officers

The Lakewood Police Department today held an in-house training for several new police officers.

The officers – some of which are transfers from other departments, some which have just hit the road, and some heading now to the police academy – met with chaplains, liaisons, along with various volunteer organization heads to learn about the different cultures in Lakewood, and to gain a first-hand understanding of religious customs and more.

Directed by Chief Greg Meyer and the leadership of Captain LeRoy Marshall and Training Sergeant Lenny Nieves Jr., the officers receive extensive training to ensure they’re fully equipped with the tools they need to hit the roads of one of the most diverse towns in the State and Country.

The new officers are:

Sara Brooks
Alex Lopez
Jacob Matthews (not in picture)
Nick Meyer
Lectica Diaz
Leo Shimonovich (not in picture)
Julian Guzman (not in picture)
John Pannone
William Bowers
Gregory Cannon
Anthony D’Angelo
Lukus Wade

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Welcome! Welcome! I’m sure they got briefed on all the stuff that goes on in this town. The daily stuff, weekly and the yearly
    The Hachnosas Sefer Torahs, Levayas
    Biur Chometz on erev Pesach , Purim, Bain Hazmanim vs during zeman, Rebbes in town and of course the concept of shemiras hasdorim and bein hasdorim and outside satmar on Forest Avenue the early and late morning hours.. and in time for next week’s lag b’aomer fires …

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