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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!

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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.

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Mayor and councilpersons, past and present, honor Chief Caruso with a proclamation.

Mayor and councilpersons, past and present, honor Chief Caruso with a proclamation.

Borough Manager Tony Luna thanks Chief Caruso for his service. Mr. Luna hired Patrolman Caruso 27 years ago when he was a councilman.

Borough Manager Tony Luna thanks Chief Caruso for his service. Mr. Luna hired “Patrolman” Caruso 27 years ago when he was a councilman.

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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.

 

 

 


The Lodi Police Department has switched to Nixle to provide Community Alerts and Notifications.

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Memorial service marks 50th anniversary of Lodi police slayings – See more at: http://www.northjersey.com/news/bergen/Memorial_service_marks_50th_anniversary_of_Lodi_police_slayings.html#sthash.6QhWUgpu.dpuf
50 years after Lodi police slayings, grief remains as killer tries to turn page – See more at: http://www.northjersey.com/lodi/50_years_after_Lodi_police_slayings_searing_grief_remains_as_killer_tries_to_turn_the_page.html#sthash.55ogHGKK.dpuf

50 Years Later – The Murder of Two Police Officers Still Hits Home…

Sgt. Peter Voto                                                                                 PO Gary Tedesco

Click Here for an excellent video produced by Tom Franklin from The Record Newspaper – North Jersey Media

50th Anniversary Memorial Service at Lodi PD

From left, Lodi Sgt. Christopher Perrelli and Lodi police office Dominic Miller lay a wreath at the monument erected in honor of slain Lodi policemen Gary Tedesco and Sgt. Peter Voto in the courtyard of the Lodi municipal building and police station.

CLICK HERE for video of Memorial Service on August 25th, 2013 (Courtesy Tom Franklin – North Jersey Media)

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Lodi Police Department Accident Reports Go Online!

Effective October 1st, 2010 most Motor Vehicle Accident Reports (NJTR1) will be available online through PoliceReports.us. In the future the police department will include additional reports available to the public based on the NJ Open Public Records Act (OPRA)

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Lodi Police Department is now on Twitter!

The Lodi Police Department will now be using Twitter for updates on traffic diversions, road closures and crime updates. Please join our Twitter page to receive these updates as they come in!

 

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