Thank you to all who attend an amazing dinner and a wonderful and fun night. Special thanks to all our sponsors who made the dinner possible, and especially to E-board for their leadership. Photos below
Congratulations Jersey City Officer Gormeley and best of luck on your new career!!!
On February 12, 2017 the association sponsored a recruitment effort by the New Jersey State Police Recruitment Unit. The NJSP are currently accepting on line applications for the position of State trooper. Please notify all those that may be interested in this law enforcement career position. The event held at the Rutgers Community Christian Church Somerset NJ went exceptional well.
On February 10th members of the association met with the honorable Mercer County Prosecutor A. Onofri at his office near NJ capital building. Several matters were discussed including but not limited to areas of mutual concern, a brief history of the association, assistance rendered to law enforcement departments and association community sponsored projects.
The meeting was informative and productive.
Photo left to right: member Officer Josh Chatterjee Mercer County Prosecutor Angelo J. Onofri, association OEM Director Jamie Yeh and R. May.
New Jersey State Police is hosting a recruiting event, 2/12/17. NJSP is looking for the next generation of troopers! Interested??? See info below
Where: Rutgers Community Christian Church (71 Cedar Grove Lane, Somerset, NJ)
When: Sunday 2/12/17, 3-5PM
COME AND TALK TO OUR RECRUITERS!
From community policing to homeland security, from aviation to marine law enforcement, from forensics science to communications, we’ve got a specialty area that’s sure to suit your unique skills and interests.
THE TOPICS COVERED ARE:
• The initial application
• Medical exam/psychological evaluation
• The screening
• Acceptance to academy
• The written examination
• What it is like to be out on the road
• Discuss interview
• The different career paths you can apply for
• Background investigation
Questions? email OEM@NJAALEOA.ORG
On December 5, 2016 members of the NJAALEOA attended the graduation of college aged young adults from the Law Enforcement Career Development Workshop which was held within the Morris County Public Safety The program Director Morris County Undersheriff William Schievella . Deputy program coordinator , educator Suzanne Ceravelo along with a host of law enforcement personnel, educators and others gave the several dozen young adults a great insight into law enforcement as they strive to enter the field.
Members of the association along with others from the law enforcement field held mock interviews with the students before the graduation took place. There is no doubt this program which is free to those that attend is one of the best of its kind in the state of New Jersey.
students, faculty, law enforcement personnel and other advisors
NJAALEOA 2nd VP, Edison Police Officer Neel Patel and President Emeritus
R. May conduct a mock interview with a student attending the program.
student receiving her graduation certificate from Undersheriff W. Schievella
student receiving her graduation certificate from Undersheriff W. Schievella.
The student is the sister who took the course previously and is now an Investigator. The investigator is a member of the NJAALEOA.
NJAALEOA members who attended and participated with the mock interviews for the graduating students US Air Marshal G. Parker, 2nd VP N. Patel and President Emeritus R. May
Please join us at out annual AsianFest Picnic on June 25, 2016 at Yelencsics Park/Edison Senior Center 2963 Woodbridge Ave. Edison NJ 08837. There will be plenty of food and activities. As always, there will be several Emergency Vehicles and Equipment on display. Recuiters from the US Marshals Service, NYPD, FBI, Philadelphia PD, ATF, Fanwood PD, Postal Inspection Service, Cherry Hill PD, Bergen County Sheriff's Office, FDNY and NJ State Police will present to answer any questions you may have about careers in law enforcement.
PO Box 958
Old Bridge, NJ