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Rockland Electric Marks National 811 Day; Urges You to Call 8-1-1 Before You Dig;
It Protects the Public, Diggers and Utilities From Damage. And, It’s the Law

PEARL RIVER, NY August 11, 2022 --- Rockland Electric Company, and the nation’s other utilities who operate facilities and equipment underground, mark Thursday, 8/11 as National 811 Day to remind all professional excavators and Do It Yourselfers (DIY) to call 811 to place an underground utility location request for their digging projects in New Jersey.

Calling 811 automatically connects diggers to New Jersey One Call, which provides a link between diggers and the underground utility operators. Placing a location request by calling 811 is the first step in a safe digging project.

Location requests should be placed at least three full business days (excluding weekends and holidays), but not more than 10 days, before beginning an excavation project.

Rockland Electric Company is an electric utility that serves 73,000 customers in parts of Bergen, Passaic and Sussex County in New Jersey. Rockland Electric is a wholly owned subsidiary of Orange and Rockland Utilities, Inc. (O&R), which in turn is owned by Consolidated Edison, Inc.

Here’s how the underground location request system works:

After a location request is placed, the New Jersey One Call organization processes and transmits the information to the local underground utility operators who are responsible for marking out the approximate location of any underground public utilities in the dig area.

“Whether you are a homeowner doing a backyard digging project for the first time, or a professional excavator with years of experience, placing a location request by calling 811 at least three days before beginning your digging project in New Jersey is essential,” said Rockland Electric Company Field Operations Planner Dan Fitzpatrick.

He added, “Digging without placing a location request dramatically increases your risk of causing damage to underground utilities.”

Excavators who damage underground facilities because they did not follow the state regulations and damage utility equipment are subject to hefty fines and repair costs.

If you smell gas, immediately leave the area and call 911, or your local gas utility. You can report gas leaks anonymously.
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- A 30 year-old female from Spring Valley, New York, was stopped on Lake Street for numerous motor vehicle offenses. The driver was subsequently arrested for driving while intoxicated. The suspect was issued numerous motor vehicle summonses and released to a responsible individual.
- Officers responded to a dispute that resulted in the arrest of a 36 year-old female for Obstruction and Disorderly Conduct. The female was released on her own recognizance.
- A 34 year-old male from Newark, New Jersey, was stopped for motor vehicle violations on Route 17 North. The male was subsequently charged with numerous motor vehicle offenses and Hindering Apprehension by Providing False Information to a Police Officer.
- The Upper Saddle River Police Department received a report of identity theft. As a result, a 32 year-old male from Edgewater, New Jersey, was charged with Identity Theft and Forgery.

* All defendants are innocent until proven guilty
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- A 30 year-old female from Spring Valley, New York, was stopped on Lake Street for numerous motor vehicle offenses.  The driver was subsequently arrested for driving while intoxicated.  The suspect was issued numerous motor vehicle summonses and released to a responsible individual.
- Officers responded to a dispute that resulted in the arrest of a 36 year-old female for Obstruction and Disorderly Conduct.  The female was released on her own recognizance.
- A 34 year-old male from Newark, New Jersey, was stopped for motor vehicle violations on Route 17 North.  The male was subsequently charged with numerous motor vehicle offenses and Hindering Apprehension by Providing False Information to a Police Officer.
- The Upper Saddle River Police Department received a report of identity theft.  As a result, a 32 year-old male from Edgewater, New Jersey, was charged with Identity Theft and Forgery.

* All defendants are innocent until proven guilty

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Equality ? What happened To Protect and Serve ?

Thanks for getting intoxicated drivers off our streets!

Owner Located!

Do you recognize me?! I have escaped from my owners! I was found in the area of Old Stone Church Rd & E Saddle River Rd.
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Owner Located!

Do you recognize me?! I have escaped from my owners! I was found in the area of Old Stone Church Rd & E Saddle River Rd.

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Thank you for taking such good care of our Lulu 🐾

Thank you for taking the dog until owner arrived it was my friend who rescued the dog ready to cross busy East Saddle River Rd in 95 degree temps and I who called USR police. Thank you for the happy ending you guys are great!

Great news

Smh. Always that big smile😩🤦🏻‍♀️

POLICE ALERT

At approximately 6:15 pm this evening there was an attempted car burglary in the area of Weiss Rd. The perpetrators vehicle description is a Honda sedan color silver with damage to the passenger side door. The perpetrator is described as a thin black male wearing black shorts and surgical mask. If anyone witnessed the above incident or sees the above described vehicle please call the police department (201) 327-2700.
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Surprised nothing was posted regarding the two home break ins on Sunday (at the Commons development)

* Owner Located *

Do you recognize me?! I have escaped from my owners! I was found in the area of Gristmill Lane.
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Do you recognize me?! I have escaped from my owners! I was found in the area of Gristmill Lane.Image attachment

Vacation means forgetting about responsibilities--but you still have a responsibility to be safe! #HelmetSafety #childsafety #JerseyDrives #SafeRoadsNJ bit.ly/3OnPjEI ... See MoreSee Less

Vacation means forgetting about responsibilities--but you still have a responsibility to be safe! #helmetsafety #childsafety #jerseydrives #SafeRoadsNJ  https://bit.ly/3OnPjEI

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*owner located*

Do you recognize me?! I have escaped my owners! I was found on Anona Drive, near Deerhorn Trail. Please have them contact USRPD!
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*owner located*

Do you recognize me?! I have escaped my owners! I was found on Anona Drive, near Deerhorn Trail. Please have them contact USRPD!Image attachment

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Owner FOUND! Thanks to a microchip!

Very friendly No collar Looks groomed.

UPDATE: Power is restored.

Currently, there is a power outage in the area E Saddle River and Lake St . Please be patient. Orange and Rockland have been notified and is sending a crew asap. The police department will continue to monitor the situation and will update this page if necessary.

Thank you and Be safe everyone.
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UPDATE: Power is restored.

Currently, there is a power outage in the area E Saddle River and Lake St . Please be patient. Orange and Rockland have been notified and is sending a crew asap. The police department will continue to monitor the situation and will update this page if necessary.

Thank you and Be safe everyone.

Police Officer Christopher Mark Goodell Badge #38, Waldwick Police Department

EOW 7/17/2014


Chris Goodell was tragically killed on Route 17 South on this date in 2014. Chris was a veteran of the United States Marine Corps and served the Waldwick Police Department for five years. More importantly he was a son, a brother, a fiancée, and a friend to many. It is an honor for us to remember Chris, not only on this day, but every year during the Police Unity Tour. Today, not only do we think of Chris and the members of the Waldwick Police Department, we also think of the Goodell Family. Our relationship with the Goodell Family is a gift, and we will always be there with our hands on their backs, helping them continue to move forward. Please take some time out of your Sunday to remember Chris, his family, and the members of the Waldwick Police Department.
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Police Officer Christopher Mark Goodell Badge #38, Waldwick Police Department
 
EOW 7/17/2014
 
 
Chris Goodell was tragically killed on Route 17 South on this date in 2014.  Chris was a veteran of the United States Marine Corps and served the Waldwick Police Department for five years.  More importantly he was a son, a brother, a fiancée, and a friend to many.  It is an honor for us to remember Chris, not only on this day, but every year during the Police Unity Tour.  Today, not only do we think of Chris and the members of the Waldwick Police Department, we also think of the Goodell Family.  Our relationship with the Goodell Family is a gift, and we will always be there with our hands on their backs, helping them continue to move forward.  Please take some time out of your Sunday to remember Chris, his family, and the members of the Waldwick Police Department.

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Thank you for your continued love and support. Thank you for always honoring and remembering Christopher. 💙🙏💙

Rest In Peace Chris!✝️🙏🇺🇸🌹

RIP Brother, never forgotten.

RIP

💙🙏💙🙏

🙏🕊💙

Rest in peace

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The Upper Saddle River Police Department would like you to be aware of a dark colored pickup truck with red lettering and Florida license plates possibly going through mailboxes. Please keep a lookout and report any suspicious activity to the Upper Saddle River Police Department. ... See MoreSee Less

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A reminder from the Upper Saddle River Police Department to Hide Your Things, Lock Your Vehicle, and Take Your Keys!

The New Move Over Law in New Jersey

The 2021 New Jersey Safe Passing Law is designed to remind motorists that they must share the roads with those who are not in vehicles, whether they are bicyclists, pedestrians forced to walk down a road with no sidewalks, or those with mobility challenges who are on motorized scooters.
Drivers who violate the law face fines and those who violate the law AND cause injury may be subject to larger fines and points on their license. Of course, they may also face additional liabilities for the personal injury caused to others.

What Is the Fine for Not Moving Over in New Jersey?

If a New Jersey motorist does not abide by the law, they face a fine of $100. But in this case, no points will be added to their license. However, more serious infractions involving injury carry a $500 fine as well as 2 points on their motor vehicle license.
If a driver is a repeat offender, the penalties are more severe. And accumulating points on a license may result in additional penalties, including surcharges and license suspension.

Why is the Move Over Law So Important?

The law is designed to protect vulnerable people using the roadways from distracted drivers.
According to New Jersey State Police Fatal Accident Statistics, bicyclist deaths on roadways continue to increase each year from 11 in 2019 to 22 in 2021. In 2019 there were 166 pedestrians killed on roadways, but in 2021 that number went up to 205.
So far this year, according to State Police statistics, cyclists and pedestrians account for 62 of the 216 traffic fatalities in the state. Distracted drivers have continued to be a problem.
Since 2009, over 28,000 citations have been issued for violations of New Jersey’s Move Over Law. The state has started an aggressive awareness campaign to ensure drivers understand their responsibilities when it comes to emergency vehicles in particular.
The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety recently found that despite efforts to save lives, many drivers still don’t understand why it’s important to comply with the law. Some are not aware of the high risk motor vehicles can pose to roadside workers, specifically. AAA found that on average, a first responder is killed every other week in the United States while working at the roadside.
The AAA’s national survey of drivers also showed among drivers who do not comply with Move Over laws, 42% did not think that it was dangerous at all to roadside workers. Even more surprising, Among those who said they were aware of the law, 15% said they still did not understand it.
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On Friday, July 1st at approximately 10 AM, a twenty-two year old male from Columbia, Maryland, and a 25 year-old male from Newburgh, New York, were stopped on Weiss Road. Further investigation revealed the males possessed stolen mail from nearby Bergen County towns. It is believed they were traveling the streets of Upper Saddle River to commit further acts of mail theft. Both suspects were arrested and charged with Possession of Stolen Property and Conspiracy to Commit Theft. Both were released on their own recognizance.

Mail theft continues to frequently occur throughout Bergen County. The perpetrators most often target outgoing mail containing handwritten checks. The stolen checks are then altered and deposited into fraudulently purchased or opened checking accounts. Incoming mail containing credit cards and identifying documents are also targets. Please continue to report any suspicious activity to the Upper Saddle River Police Department.

An important reminder: The suspects in these mail theft cases along with the continued incidents of vehicle theft and vehicle burglary, often have a history of violence and/or weapon possession. Please do not confront these individuals.
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I just can’t understand for the life of me how they can release these criminals! It just keeps on happening!

One guy from MD and one from Newburg, NY. Immediately released with no bail… anybody think they are going to show up for court dates?

Good work brothers.

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The Upper Saddle River Police Dept. would like to wish everyone a Happy Fourth of July.

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Thank you

Happy 4th

Have a Plan Whether You're Driving, Riding or Hosting
If you’re celebrating and drinking this holiday season, always remember to plan ahead with a sober driver to take you home. If you’re the designated driver, it’s important to take the role seriously and don’t consume alcohol. Here are some more safety tips:

Never drink and drive.
Don’t let someone get behind the wheel if that person has been drinking.
If you’re hosting a gathering, make sure everyone has a sober ride home.
Always wear your seat belt. It’s your best defense against impaired drivers.
Call 911 if you see a drunk driver.
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July is National Vehicle Theft Prevention Month

Motor vehicles are the primary mode of transportation for most of us, and often, an indispensable part of our lives. But what would happen if yours suddenly disappeared? Vehicle theft is a very expensive crime, with the cost of stolen vehicles pegged at more than $7 billion.

804,400 motor vehicles were stolen in 2020.
Only 56% of all stolen motor vehicles were recovered.
Of all motor vehicles stolen, 74% were passenger vehicles.

Take action! Here are ways you can help prevent motor vehicle theft.
• Park in well-lit areas.
• Close and lock all windows and doors when you park.
• Hide valuables out of sight, such as in the glove box or trunk.
• Do not leave your keys in your vehicle.
• Do not leave the area while your vehicle is running.
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Owner Located.

Do you recognize me? I have escaped from my owners! Please have them contact USRPD.
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Owner Located. 

Do you recognize me? I have escaped from my owners! Please have them contact USRPD.

UPPER SADDLE RIVER CRIME ALERT

Today, 6/18/2022, between the hours of 2 A.M. and 3 A.M. the town of Upper Saddle River had multiple attempted motor vehicle thefts/burglaries.

Two unlocked vehicles were entered, and one unlocked vehicle that had the key fob inside of it was successfully stolen. Shortly after being taken the stolen vehicle became disabled, was abandoned by the suspects, and has been located/recovered.

Our community has been victimized by car thieves and car burglars for years. As of late these thefts are becoming more prolific and the criminals more brazen. We do not want to equate the thefts to a business, but like in a business, if there is no supply people will go elsewhere for the product. We can all do our part in bringing the supply down by locking our cars and by bringing the key fobs into our houses. The Upper Saddle River police department again will be participating in the 9 P.M. Routine reminders to remove valuables from your vehicles, lock your vehicle doors, lock the doors to your residences, turn on exterior lights and activate all alarms and security systems.

Please realize that these vehicles that are stolen are being utilized in violent crimes throughout our state and surrounding states. We live in one of the safest communities. Let’s all work together to keep it that way.
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If insurance companies didn't cover the cars being stolen if the key fobs were left inside, I can guarantee you people will make sure that they don't leave them in there and that their doors are locked.

What’s so darn hard taking the key out of the car and locking it?

USRPD, thank you for your efforts in warning our fellow neighbors. I’m hoping people will listen.

The thefts are indeed a business. With supply chain issues creating the demand and desirable unlocked cars are your supply. Most are not “joyriders” but pros sending much of the product (cars) for parts or sending them intact overseas.

USRPD - the best!

Embarrassing that you even have to tell people this 😝

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*** Traffic Alert ***

Meadowbrook Road will be closed for utility work. Please follow all directions of traffic control personnel and find an alternate route.
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Meadowbrook Road will be closed for utility work. Please follow all directions of traffic control personnel and find an alternate route.

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Ware Road will be closed for utility work between Union Ave & Brookside Drive. Please follow all directions of traffic control personnel.
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Ware Road will be closed for utility work between Union Ave & Brookside Drive. Please follow all directions of traffic control personnel.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Accreditation Assessment Team Invites Public Comment

(Upper Saddle River / Bergen County, NJ) A team of assessors from the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police (NJSACOP) on Tuesday, June 21, 2022, will examine all aspects of the Upper Saddle River Police Department policies and procedures, management, operations, and support services Chief Patrick Rotella announced today.

“Verification by the team that the Upper Saddle River Police Department meets the Commission’s “best practice” standards is part of a voluntary process to achieve accreditation, a highly prized recognition of law enforcement professional excellence”, Chief Patrick Rotella said.

As part of this final on-site assessment, employees and members of the general public are invited to provide comments to the assessment team. They may do so by telephone or email. The public may call 201-956-2774 on Tuesday, June 21, 2022 between the hours of 9:00 A.M. until 11:00 A.M. Email comments can be sent to wlynch@usrpd.net

Telephone comments are limited to 5 minutes and must address the agency’s ability to comply with the NJSACOP standards. Please contact Lieutenant William Lynch at 201-327-2700 for information about the standards.

Anyone wishing to offer written comments about the Upper Saddle River Police Department ability to comply with the standards for accreditation is requested to email the Accreditation Program Director at hdelgado@njsacop.org or write the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police, Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission at 751 Route 73 North, Suite 12 Marlton, N.J. 08053.

The Upper Saddle River Police Department must comply with NJSACOP LEAP standards in order to achieve accredited status.Chief Patrick Rotella indicated, “Accreditation results in greater accountability within the agency, reduced risk and liability exposure, stronger defense against civil lawsuits, increased community advocacy, and more confidence in the agency’s ability to operate efficiently and respond to community needs.”

The Accreditation Program Director for the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police is Mr. Harry J Delgado, Ed.S. “The assessment team is composed of law enforcement practitioners from similar New Jersey law enforcement agencies. The assessors will review written materials, interview agency members, and visit offices and other places where compliance with the standards can be observed. Once the Commission’s assessors complete their review of the agency, they will report to the full Commission, which will then decide if the agency is to be granted accredited status”, Harry J Delgado stated.

Accreditation is valid for a three-year period during which time the agency must submit annual reports attesting to their continued compliance with those standards under which it was initially accredited.

The New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police through its New Jersey Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission is the legitimate authority and accreditation agency in the state of New Jersey. For more information regarding the Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission please write the Commission at New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police, Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission at 751 Route 73 North, Suite 12 Marlton, N.J. 08053 or email hdelgado@njsacop.org

Media Contact

Detective Captain Edward Kane
Upper Saddle River Police Department
368 West Saddle River Road
Upper Saddle River, N.J. 07458
201-327-2700
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Ladies and Gentlemen,
The Upper Saddle River Army!!! Thank you to all who participated in this years Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics! A huge thank you to all who made donations to this amazing cause!!! Thank you to USRFD, USR DPW, USR EMS, and Bergen County SWAT team who helped out keeping us safe today! Thank you to the Bergen County Sheriffs Department for being such a great partner! Thank you to all the parents, students, and school staff for making todays event the best in the state!!!
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As Julia would say you are awesome!!! Thank you so much for letting her participate.

USR PD and Dispatch - the best!!

Amazing support !

OUTSTANDING!

Outstanding!!!!

Thank you guys

Impressive! Nice work

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Please be advised, on Friday, June 10th between 8:15 AM and 9 AM we will be conducting the New Jersey Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics. Our officers from the Upper Saddle River Police Department will be carrying the flame of hope through our town. Please expect traffic delays on both Lake Street and W. Saddle River Rd. around that time. For a small portion of that hour, W. Saddle River Rd. between Coach Lane and Lake Street will be closed. Please contact the Upper Saddle River Police Department if you have any questions, 201-327-2700 ... See MoreSee Less

Please be advised, on Friday, June 10th between 8:15 AM and 9 AM we will be conducting the New Jersey Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics. Our officers from the Upper Saddle River Police Department will be carrying the flame of hope through our town. Please expect traffic delays on both Lake Street and W. Saddle River Rd. around that time.  For a small portion of that hour, W. Saddle River Rd. between Coach Lane and Lake Street will be closed. Please contact the Upper Saddle River Police Department if you have any questions, 201-327-2700

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Police Blotter-

-A 46 year-old male from Mahwah was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated after being stopped for numerous motor vehicle violations on Lake Street and Valley Lane. The male was issued numerous motor vehicle summonses and subsequently released to a responsible individual.

-Officers responded to a call for a suspicious incident near the intersection of Old Stone Church and Hopper Farm. A 21 year-old male from Pearl River, New York, was subsequently arrested for possession of heroin and crack cocaine. The male was transported to the Bergen County Jail.

-A 55 year-old male from Delray Beach was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated after being stopped for numerous motor vehicle violations on Lake Street. The male was issued numerous motor vehicle summonses and subsequently released to a responsible individual.
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During police week in May, four of our officers participated in the Police Unity Tour. The Unity Tour is a 300 mile bike ride from the World Trade Center to the National Law Enforcement Officer Memorial in Washington D.C. that involves officers from all over the United States. The event is a tribute and fundraiser for the members of our profession who made the ultimate sacrifice. The Memorial contains the names of 23,229 Officers who died in the line of duty. Please visit nleomf.org to learn more about this special place and the brave men and women whose names are permanently engraved on its walls.

Pictured from left to right- Luke Gallo, Anthony Pulizzano, Ed Kane, Emmett McDowell
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During police week in May, four of our officers participated in the Police Unity Tour.  The Unity Tour is a 300 mile bike ride from the World Trade Center to the National Law Enforcement Officer Memorial in Washington D.C. that involves officers from all over the United States.   The event is a tribute and fundraiser for the members of our profession who made the ultimate sacrifice.  The Memorial contains the names of 23,229 Officers who died in the line of duty.  Please visit nleomf.org to learn more about this special place and the brave men and women whose names are permanently engraved on its walls.

Pictured from left to right-  Luke Gallo, Anthony Pulizzano, Ed Kane, Emmett McDowell

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Well done boys. 🖤💙🖤

Great job guys... honored to be part of the support team!

great job. congratulations

Way to go!

Outstanding!

Great job Fellas!

Great job!

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OSHA's Heat Illness Prevention campaign, launched in 2011, educates employers and workers on the dangers of working in the heat. Through training sessions, outreach events, informational sessions, publications, social media messaging and media appearances, millions of workers and employers have learned how to protect workers from heat. Our safety message comes down to three key words: Water. Rest. Shade. ... See MoreSee Less

OSHAs Heat Illness Prevention campaign, launched in 2011, educates employers and workers on the dangers of working in the heat. Through training sessions, outreach events, informational sessions, publications, social media messaging and media appearances, millions of workers and employers have learned how to protect workers from heat. Our safety message comes down to three key words: Water. Rest. Shade.

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Multiple road closures due to flooding throughout the borough, proceed with caution. ... See MoreSee Less

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National Seat Belt Enforcement Mobilization

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Do you recognize me?! I have escaped from my owners in the area of Hillcrest Dr. Please have them contact the Upper Saddle River Police at 201-327-2700.

Whether they're on feet or wheels, they have a right to use the roadway safely, too. Slow down, move over. #righttotheroad #sharetheroad #safepass4nj #SafePassing #safepassagenj #JerseyDrives#SafeRoadsNJ ... See MoreSee Less

Whether theyre on feet or wheels, they have a right to use the roadway safely, too. Slow down, move over. #righttotheroad #sharetheroad #safepass4NJ #safepassing #safepassagenj #jerseydrives#SafeRoadsNJ
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