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Lodi Police Department announces a partnership with the N.J. Division of Consumer Affairs
This program began Monday October 13th, 2014
Lodi Police will begin taking unwanted/used/old medications 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Project Medicine Drop allows residents to stop in to Police HQ and drop off their unwanted medicines. The Drug Enforcement Agency’s Operation Take Back was a huge success over the years, but that program has ended. NJ has now allowed for local access to this program.
Residents can drop off their unwanted medications at any time, anonymously. Just walk into Police HQ, and you will see a large painted mail box with the Project Medicine Drop logo on it. Drop off your unwanted meds and thats it! As always, NO NEEDLES OR SYRINGES OF ANY KIND WILL BE ACCEPTED.
This program began Monday October 13th, 2014.
Borough residents are encouraged to list their telephone numbers to b able to receive REVERSE 911 ALERTS.
Residents can add, change, or remove their telephone numbers by contacting Sherri Ciarocco-Tosto at 973-859-7401, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
A helpful app for parents..
An app created by the F.B.I. can help parents during the first few critical hours if their child ever goes missing. The F.B.I. Child ID app lets parents safely store and retreive critical information about their child so they can provide it to police in the event of an emergency. For more information, follow the link here. For the direct link to the Apple iTunes FBI app, click here.
On June 30, 2014, Acting Chief/Deputy Chief Vincent A. Quatrone, was sworn in as
Lodi Police Departments 11th Chief of Department.
Congratuations to Chief Quatrone on your promotion!
May 15th, 2014 – Chief Caruso’s last day in command of the Lodi Police Department
Photo courtesy of Cliffviewpilot.com
After 27 years of service to the residents of the Borough of Lodi, Police Chief Vincent. J. Caruso bid farewell to the borough in front of family, friends, co-workers, town officials, fellow Chiefs and officers of other departments, and the men and women of the Lodi Police Department.
Chief Caruso was called via radio for his final time and requested to report to the front of Borough Hall for his final detail. He has served the residents and this department for over a quarter century, having been appointed to the department on August 10th, 1987. He rose through the ranks and earned many accolades and commendations along the way, including Police Officer of the Year in 1990-1991, and graduating from the FBI National Academy – 250th session.
Photos courtesy of Sherri Ciarroco-Tosto
The men and women of the Lodi Police Department thank Chief Caruso for his tireless work, guidance, dedication to law enforcement, and leadership during his tenure. God Bless you in your retirement and continue to stay safe.