RETIREMENT OF OFFICER CHRISTOPHER ANDREWS
The Fairfield Police Department announces the retirement of Police Officer Christopher Andrews from active duty with the agency. Officer Andrews joined the department on June 29, 1995. Prior to joining, he served in the United States Navy and also with the Hudson County Sheriff's Department. Officer Andrews served in the Patrol Division and was also both the department's union representative and state delegate for West Essex PBA Local #81 for many years. The members wish him well in his retirement and all his future endeavors.
STOLEN VEHICLE ALERT
The Fairfield Police Department is adamantly warning motorists not to leave their vehicles idling while unattended. While it is against state law to do so, the bigger concern is the increase of stolen vehicles occurring in the West Essex area over the past few months that have been taken as a result of motorists who have done just that. The most recent incident took place on Saturday March 2, 2013 at the A-1 Sunoco station at the intersection of Passaic Avenue and Greenbrook Road. A 2008 Chevrolet Trailblazer was taken in just a few seconds when the owner ran into the store.
MEETING NOTICE-TRAFFIC AND CRIME PREVENTION COMMITTEE
Chief Charles Voelker will be hosting his monthly meeting of the Citizens Traffic and Crime Prevention Committee. The chief will discuss issues relating to each topic and will field questions about law enforcement activities in Fairfield. The meeting will be held at the Fairfield Community Center, 376 Hollywood Avenue, on Augsut 21, 2012 at 7:00 P.M. Everyone is welcome to attend.
- Call our tips hotline: (973) 227-9290
Please call 2-1-1 to report any suspicious activities
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