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National Police Week is May 10th – May 16th 2015
May 10th through May 16th, the nation will honor those who lost their lives, sacrificing themselves for people they don’t know, day in and day out, selflessly. Please visit the National Law Enforcement Memorial Fund for ways to honor our officers and their families.
Lodi Hires Additional Officer…
On May 1st, 2015, the Lodi Police Department swore in a new officer to its ranks. Seen below, Officer Nicholas Nobre being sworn in to the ranks. Officer Nobre is a lateral transfer from another department. The Lodi Police Department congratulates Officer Nobre and his family, and welcomes him into the department. Good luck and stay safe!
Lodi Hires New Officer
On March 13th, 2015, the Lodi Police Department swore in a new officer to its ranks. Seen below, Officer Philip Nobile being sworn in to the ranks. Officer Nobile is a lateral transfer from another department. The Lodi Police Department congratulates Officer Nobile and welcomes him into the department.
Congratulations Officer Nobile #164
Lodi Police Hires New Officers
On January 30th 2015, Lodi Police Department swore in 4 new officers to its ranks. The officers were transfers from other departments who decided to make Lodi their new law enforcement home. Lodi Police congratulates Officers Blocker, Kulaksiz, Berrio, & Mikhail to the department.
Good luck to the new Officers, and stay safe!
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.