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FBI Child ID app

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.



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 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!