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The USRPD wishes everyone a safe and happy Fourth of July. A sincere thank you to all those serving our country both abroad and domestically...especially the front-line workers who continue to battle COVID-19.

God Bless America
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The USRPD wishes everyone a safe and happy Fourth of July.  A sincere thank you to all those serving our country both abroad and domestically...especially the front-line workers who continue to battle COVID-19.

God Bless America

Governor Murphy Signs Executive Order Extending Public Health Emergency in New Jersey
TRENTON – Governor Phil Murphy today signed Executive Order No. 162. The Order extends the Public Health Emergency that was declared on March 9, 2020 through Executive Order No. 103, which was previously extended on April 7, May 6, and June 4. Under the Emergency Health Powers Act, a declared public health emergency expires after 30 days unless renewed.
“As the restart and recovery process goes on, ensuring access to critical resources is very important,” said Governor Murphy. “Extending the Public Health Emergency means that we will still be able to utilize needed resources during COVID-19 pandemic, while continuing to responsibly reopen more sectors of our economy.”
Executive Order No. 162 extends all Executive Orders issued under the Governor’s authority under the Emergency Health Powers Act. It also extends all actions taken by any Executive Branch departments and agencies in response to the Public Health Emergency presented by the COVID-19 outbreak.
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Governor Murphy Announces Increased Outdoor Gathering Capacity Limit
TRENTON – Governor Phil Murphy today announced an increased outdoor gathering capacity limit as COVID-19 cases in New Jersey continue to decline. Effective at 6 a.m. on Friday, July 3rd, outdoor gatherings are limited to 500 persons, and outdoor religious services and political activities will continue to have no numerical limits. All indoor gatherings continue to be limited to 25% capacity of the rooms in which they will take place, with a maximum of 100 persons.
“Increasing the outdoor capacity limit has been made possible by continued progress against COVID-19,” said Governor Murphy. “The hard work of the residents of our state is allowing us to make this move, and will make it much easier to hold important events like graduation ceremonies in the coming months.”
Before today’s Order, outdoor gatherings were limited to 250 persons, with the exception of outdoor religious services and political activities.
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**** Dog reunited with owner *****

Do you recognize me? I was found in the area of Ridge Rd. I am now at the Upper Saddle River Police Department. If you know me or my owner please contact the police department at 201-327-2700
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**** Dog reunited with owner *****

Do you recognize me? I was found in the area of Ridge Rd. I am now at the Upper Saddle River Police Department. If you know me or my owner please contact the police department at 201-327-2700

The Upper Saddle River PBA is pleased to announce that we have awarded Livia Fontana a $2,000 college scholarship. We wish her the best of luck in her future. ... See MoreSee Less

The Upper Saddle River PBA is pleased to announce that we have awarded Livia Fontana a $2,000 college scholarship. We wish her the best of luck in her future.

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Meus parabéns Lívia, que Deus abençoe seu estudo.

Congratulations Livia!

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The Upper Saddle River PBA is also pleased to announce that we have awarded both Courtney and Heather Grossman a $2,000 college scholarship. We wish them the best of luck in their future. ... See MoreSee Less

The Upper Saddle River PBA is also pleased to announce that we have awarded both Courtney and Heather Grossman a $2,000 college scholarship. We wish them the best of luck in their future.

*** Traffic Alert ***
Pleasant Ave will be closed between Union Ave and Charles Ct. Please follow all detours and directions of traffic control personnel.
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*** Traffic Alert ***
Pleasant Ave will be closed between Union Ave and Charles Ct. Please follow all detours and directions of traffic control personnel.

The Upper Saddle Police is requesting assistance in identifying a package theft suspect. On Saturday, 6/20/20, at approximately 5:00 PM, an unknown male removed a package from the front door of a home in the area of Cider Hill. Please view the attached videos and call the Upper Saddle River Police if you can provide any further information. ... See MoreSee Less

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The Upper Saddle Police is requesting assistance in identifying a package theft suspect. On Saturday, 6/20/20, at approximately 5:00 PM, an unknown male removed a package from the front door of a home in the area of Cider Hill. Please view the attached videos and call the Upper Saddle River Police if you can provide any further information.

This is horrible

Governor Murphy and Superintendent Callahan Announce Indoor Portions of Retail Shopping Malls May Reopen on June 29
TRENTON -- Governor Murphy and Superintendent of the State Police Colonel Patrick Callahan today announced an Administrative Order which permits indoor portions of retail shopping malls to reopen to members of the public, effective at 6:00 a.m. on Monday, June 29.
“Malls are an undeniable part of New Jersey culture, and we want these businesses to get back up and running in a safe, responsible manner,” said Governor Murphy. “To keep our restart moving in the right direction, we ask New Jerseyans who wish to head out to the mall or any public setting to do so safely.”
Retail businesses located in the interior of shopping malls are permitted to reopen to the public, as long as they comply with the requirements contained in Executive Order No. 122. Restaurants within the interior of a retail shopping mall are restricted to offering takeout and delivery services, except that they may also provide in-person service at outdoor areas outside the shopping mall pursuant to Executive Order No. 150.
Retail kiosks located within malls may operate subject to the applicable requirements contained in Executive Order No. 122, and must ensure that customers remain six feet apart at all times.
All areas with communal seating shall be removed or cordoned off. Isolated seats or benches available for individual use may be accessible, in order to provide customers with a place to rest.
Indoor shopping mall operators should evaluate floor plans and establish policies to minimize congestion points and maintain social distancing, such as a customer flow plan with floor markings or separate entrance and exit points.
With respect to the mall's own employees, mall operators must require infection control practices, provide employees break time for handwashing, and provide sanitization materials, among other requirements. The order also states that employees and customers must wear face coverings while on the premises, except where doing so would inhibit that individual’s health or where the individual is under two years of age. If a customer refuses to wear a cloth face covering for non-medical reasons and if such covering cannot be provided to the individual by the mall at the point of entry, then the mall must decline entry to the individual.
The following services or areas shall be closed at all indoor shopping malls:
• Valet parking;
• Vending machines;
• Stroller rentals; and
• Any type of communal play area.
Businesses located within the indoor portions of retail shopping malls that remain closed to the public by any Executive Order, such as entertainment and recreational businesses including gyms, fitness centers, movie theaters, amusement parks, water parks, and arcades, shall remain closed.
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This is an important Community Crime Alert from the Upper Saddle River Police Department:

Over the past two weeks, the Police Department has received calls from residents reporting that their vehicles either had been stolen, (3 total), or burglarized, (2 total), during the overnight hours. The reported thefts occurred on the eastside of the Borough, on residential streets along East Saddle River Road. It should be noted that the stolen vehicles had key fobs left inside of them, and the cars that were burglarized were left unlocked. Residents are urged to make sure they remove key fobs, all valuable/personal items, and ensure their vehicles are locked when left parked outside their homes.

Unfortunately, even after the arrests of numerous individuals involved in this type of crime, vehicles continue to get stolen and burglarized because owners leave them unlocked or leave key fobs inside.

To assist residents, the Police Department would like to offer the following tips to help reduce your chances of becoming a victim of this type of crime:

1. Many of the local car thefts have occurred during the late evening/early morning hours.

2. If you have a garage, use it. If your vehicle has to be parked outside, make sure all doors are locked, windows are closed, and valuables removed. Locking your car doors is probably the easiest step in preventing a car theft/burglary. Please note that criminals also have used garage door openers found inside open vehicles to access garage areas and steal/burglarize vehicles.

3. Park your vehicle in a well-lit area.

4. Keys of any type should never be left inside your vehicle. If criminals have access to your keys, they can, potentially, access your home.

Remember that thieves are opportunistic. If your vehicle is unlocked with the keys inside, it will likely be stolen or, at the very least, burglarized. Stolen vehicles have been involved in police pursuits, which place officers in danger. These vehicles also have been used in the commission of serious crimes, which places every citizen in danger.

What To Do If You See A Car Break-in In Progress:

Immediately call 9-1-1 or the Upper Saddle River Police Department directly, at (201) 327-2700, to report the incident.

When talking to the Dispatcher, try to give as much information as possible, specifically:

1. LOCATION OF THE INCIDENT
2. DESCRIPTION OF THE SUSPECT
3. DIRECTION OF TRAVEL

Over the years, observant residents have helped the Police Department solve many different types of crimes. This coordinated effort between the police department and community, undoubtedly, has helped to make our Community safer.

Chief Rotella
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Don’t forget about bail reform. Even if they get caught they will get released very fast by the judge because it’s a non violent crime and then they will keep coming back. Lock it or lose it!!

The members of the Upper Saddle River Police Department would like to thank Girl Scout Troop #5895 for thinking of us and sending in breakfast this morning. We greatly appreciate your kind gesture. ... See MoreSee Less

The members of the Upper Saddle River Police Department would like to thank Girl Scout Troop #5895 for thinking of us and sending in breakfast this morning. We greatly appreciate your kind gesture.

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*** Traffic Alert ***

Lake St in the area of Mountainview Road will be closed until further notice due to a vehicle fire. Please find an alternate route.
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Governor Murphy Signs Executive Order Allowing Personal Care Service Facilities to Open Effective June 22
Governor Phil Murphy today signed Executive Order No. 154, allowing personal care service facilities to reopen to the public on Monday, June 22 at 6:00 a.m., provided the facilities comply with standards issued by the Division of Consumer Affairs and Department of Health.
“We’re able to confidently announce this important step in our restart and recovery because the health metrics tell us we can,” said Governor Murphy. “With the proper health and safety protocols in place, personal care business owners who are anxious get back to serving their customers and communities will have the opportunity to do so.”
Under the Governor’s Executive Order, personal care service facilities include:
1. Cosmetology shops;
2. Barber shops;
3. Beauty salons;
4. Hair braiding shops;
5. Nail salons;
6. Electrology facilities;
7. Spas, including day spas and medical spas, at which solely elective and cosmetic medical procedures are performed;
8. Massage parlors;
9. Tanning salons; and
10. Tattoo parlors.
The Division of Consumer Affairs today issued an Administrative Order that includes comprehensive health and safety standards that personal care services who are licensees of the New Jersey State Board of Cosmetology and Hairstyling and the New Jersey Board of Massage and Bodywork Therapy must abide by. Safeguards include:
1. Limiting services to appointment-only;
2. Performing health screening, including temperature checks, on clients and staff prior to entry to the facility;
3. Requiring use of personal protective equipment, and requiring clients to wear face coverings at all times, regardless of the service they are receiving, unless face down on a massage table or where doing so would inhibit an individual's health;
4. Ensuring that all staff-client pairs maintain at least six feet distance between other staff-client pairs, unless separated by physical barriers;
5. Adopting enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices; and
6. Staying informed about new developments and guidance related to COVID-19.
The Order further directs the Commissioner of the DOH to issue health and safety standards for use by tattoo parlors, tanning salons and other locations in which personal care services are offered by individuals who are not acting within the scope of a license issued by a professional board within the Division of Consumer Affairs.
Nothing in the Order shall prevent the provision of services to a person that is confined to their home and unable to travel due to a disability, if these services 1) are permitted under existing statutes and regulations and 2) are provided in a manner that substantially complies with standards issued by the Division of Consumer Affairs and DOH. DOH issued an Executive Directive today that includes comprehensive health and safety standards for these locations.
Cosmetology schools or other places that provide instruction and training for personal care services shall remain closed at this time.
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Governor Murphy and Superintendent Callahan Announce Curbside Pickup at Libraries and Clarifications Regarding Certain Business Activities
Governor Phil Murphy and Superintendent of the State Police Colonel Patrick Callahan today announced an Administrative Order which permits libraries to allow curbside pickup, beginning at 6:00 a.m. on Monday, June 15. The order also clarifies rules affecting a number of different businesses.
“Libraries are an important resource in normal times, but are even more critical now as many New Jerseyans utilize the numerous and often free resources that they have to offer,” said Governor Murphy. “Reopening our libraries for curbside pickup will ensure that families in our state can continue to have access to literature, arts, and so much more that these institutions provide.”
Under the order:
• Libraries are permitted to offer curbside pickup and can reopen their outdoor spaces to the public, but patrons shall not be permitted to enter the brick-and-mortar premises;
• Restaurants and indoor recreational and entertainment businesses are permitted to allow individuals to tour their facilities for event-planning purposes, but such individuals must wear face coverings at all times and the facility may not provide food or drink tastings or samplings;
• Students, who may be accompanied by parents or guardians, may enter school premises to retrieve personal belongings from lockers, classrooms, or other areas;
• Open houses to view real estate are permitted, provided they comply with the restrictions on indoor gatherings, including the requirement that attendees wear face coverings;
• Bicycle shops, boat dealerships, car and used car dealerships, farming equipment stores, federal firearms licensees, livestock feed stores, mobile phone retail and repair shops, motorcycle dealerships, and nurseries and garden centers can operate according to the requirements placed on essential retail businesses;
• All car washes can operate according to the requirements placed on essential retail businesses;
• Yard and garage sales are permitted subject to the requirements on indoor gatherings, but municipalities shall have the discretion to impose additional restrictions on these sales;
• Special events, including fireworks displays, at public and private beaches, boardwalks, lakes, and lakeshores are permitted, subject to the restrictions on outdoor gatherings; and
• Shared space tutoring service facilities remain closed to students and clients.
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Thank you to the residents for their donations and their kind words. We greatly appreciate them. ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you to the residents for their donations and their kind words. We greatly appreciate them.

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Please be advised as of tomorrow, the traffic light at Lake St and Mountainview Rd will be operational. ... See MoreSee Less

The following message is an important public safety message: There was a small bear sighted on the west side of town. The bear was not seen to be acting aggressively. This is not uncommon for this area to see bears in the wild. Please use caution if you come across the bear, and if you have an emergency dial 9-1-1.

Here are some bear safety facts for the NJ Division of Wildlife website.

www.state.nj.us/dep/fgw/bearfacts_safetytips.htm

Black bears by nature tend to be wary of people. However, if you encounter a black bear in your neighborhood or outdoors while hiking or camping, follow these common-sense safety tips.

Do not feed bears!

Never feed or approach a bear!

Remain calm if you encounter a bear.

Make the bear aware of your presence by speaking in an assertive voice, singing, clapping your hands, or making other noises.

Make sure the bear has an escape route.
If a bear enters your home, provide it with an escape route by propping all doors open.
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All residents be advised Old Stone Church Rd is back open. ... See MoreSee Less

*** Traffic Alert 06-02-2020 ***

Old Stone Church Road will be closed today for paving. Please follow all directions of traffic control personnel.
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*** Traffic Alert 06-02-2020 ***

Old Stone Church Road will be closed today for paving. Please follow all directions of traffic control personnel.

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*** Traffic Alert ***

Ware Road will be closed to non-local traffic for paving. If you are a resident on the street and need to get through, please let the traffic control personnel know. Be advised due to the paving, there may be a delay in getting to/from your residence. Please follow all directions of traffic control personnel.
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*** Traffic Alert ***

Ware Road will be closed to non-local traffic for paving. If you are a resident on the street and need to get through, please let the traffic control personnel know. Be advised due to the paving, there may be a delay in getting to/from your residence. Please follow all directions of traffic control personnel.

*** Traffic Alert 5/28/20 ***
Old Stone Church Road will be closed in both directions between Patriots Lane and East Saddle River Road for milling and paving. Please use an alternate route and follow all directions of traffic control personnel.
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*** Traffic Alert 5/28/20 *** 
Old Stone Church Road will be closed in both directions between Patriots Lane and East Saddle River Road for milling and paving. Please use an alternate route and follow all directions of traffic control personnel.

The Upper Saddle River Public Library is hosting a live-streamed event for adults next Tuesday, June 2, 2020 at 7 pm. "Mental Health Strategies" with Michael Tozzoli, LCSW, CEO of West Bergen Mental Healthcare. He will offer tips and strategies for managing stress and anxiety during Covid-19. This one hour program will include an opportunity for questions and answers. Registration is required for a ZOOM link: bccls.libcal.com/event/6740489 ... See MoreSee Less

The Upper Saddle River Public Library is hosting a live-streamed event for adults next Tuesday, June 2, 2020 at 7 pm. Mental Health Strategies with Michael Tozzoli, LCSW, CEO of West Bergen Mental Healthcare. He will offer tips and strategies for managing stress and anxiety during Covid-19. This one hour program will include an opportunity for questions and answers. Registration is required for a ZOOM link: https://bccls.libcal.com/event/6740489

Testing Site information:

The Bergen Community College drive thru testing site schedule is Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. The site will be closed Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday. The site will be open from 0800 to 1600 hours. First come, first serve. The site will support 500 tests per day.

The Bergen New Bridge Medical Center drive thru site started saliva testing. They are now also offering antibody testing (finger prick blood test). Please follow the link for information: www.newbridgehealth.org/bergen-covid19-screening/ This is for Bergen County first responders, Bergen County hospital employees, Bergen County residents, and employees of either the County or a local municipality. They will test both symptomatic and asymptomatic people for both saliva and antibody testing. You still must register through the telehealth portal (link above) and get an appointment for either test. Saliva testing will be done at the drive thru site and antibody testing will be done inside the hospital.
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Today, we remember all of those who gave their lives in defense of the United States. We also thank every one of their families for their sacrifice. ... See MoreSee Less

Today, we remember all of those who gave their lives in defense of the United States. We also thank every one of their families for their sacrifice.

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This is an important traffic advisory from the Upper Saddle River Police Department.

There are guide rail repairs and milling/paving operations scheduled for Ware Road and Old Stone Church Road between 5/26/2020 and 6/1/2020. Construction will take place from early morning until late afternoon. Please make all attempts to avoid these areas. Expect delays and possible detours in the vicinity of the work zones. Follow the direction of all traffic control personnel.
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The Upper Saddle River Police Department would like to wish everyone a safe and enjoyable Memorial Day weekend. Please remember these safety tips to keep you safe. ... See MoreSee Less

The Upper Saddle River Police Department would like to wish everyone a safe and enjoyable Memorial Day weekend.  Please remember these safety tips to keep you safe.

9 Driving Safety Tips for Memorial Day Weekend

1. Look out for pedestrians everywhere, at all times. Safety is a shared responsibility.
2. Use extra caution when driving in hard-to-see conditions, such as nighttime or bad weather.
3. Slow down and be prepared to stop when turning or otherwise entering a crosswalk.
4. Yield to pedestrians in crosswalks and stop well back from the cross-walk to give other vehicles an opportunity to see the crossing pedestrians so they can stop too.
5. Never pass vehicles stopped at a crosswalk. There may be people crossing that you can’t see.
6. Never drive under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs.
7. Follow the speed limit, especially around people on the street.
8. Follow slower speed limits in school zones and in neighborhoods where children are present.
9. Be extra cautious when backing up—pedestrians can move into your path.
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This is an important traffic advisory from the Upper Saddle River Police Department. Please be advised that the new traffic signal at Lake St & Mountainview Road was activated today. It will remain in flash mode for the next seven days. Expect the light to be fully operational sometime next week. Please use caution in the area due to the new traffic pattern. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thats called dementia!!!

I’ve been gone too long. Don’t know where Mountainview Road is. Lol. Phil Gattuso #129

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Please see the below walking tips from Traffic Officer Siracusa.

Know the Basics—Pedestrian Safety
10 Walking Safety Tips

1) Be predictable. Follow the rules of the road and obey signs and signals.
2) Walk on sidewalks whenever they are available.
3) If there is no sidewalk, walk facing traffic and as far from traffic as possible.
4) Keep alert at all times; don’t be distracted by electronic devices that take your eyes (and ears) off the road.
5) Whenever possible, cross streets at crosswalks or intersections, where drivers expect pedestrians. Look for cars in all directions, including those turning left or right.
6) If a crosswalk or intersection is not available, locate a well-lit area where you have the best view of traffic. Wait for a gap in traffic that allows enough time to cross safely; continue watching for traffic as you cross.
7) Never assume a driver sees you. Make eye contact with drivers as they approach to make sure you are seen.
8) Be visible at all times. Wear bright clothing during the day, and wear reflective materials or use a flashlight at night.
9) Watch for cars entering or exiting driveways, or backing up in parking lots.
10) Avoid alcohol and drugs when walking; they impair your abilities and your judgment.
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Today, on National Peace Officers Memorial Day, please take some time to visit ODMP.org (Officer Down Memorial Page) and the National Law Enforcement Memorial (www.nleomf.org/memorial) to read about and see the faces of the men and women who gave everything for the safety of others. We also ask that all our followers watch a special "Virtual Memorial" video released by the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police. This video can be found at the link listed below:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=QfaB6J8ZX2o&feature=youtu.be

In 2019, 146 law Enforcement Officers lost their lives in the line of duty. Each of their names will be engraved into the walls of the National Law Enforcement Memorial in Washington D.C. Those walls display over 22,000 names of heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice. Every year, the Upper Saddle River Police Department is proud to be a part of the Police Unity Tour Chapter 37 (www.policeunitytour37.com) honoring these men and women. The Unity Tour is a 300-mile bike ride from New York City to Washington D.C. that involves law enforcement officers from all over the United States. The ride culminates with over 2000 participants riding through the Law Enforcement Memorial during Police Week. Due to COVID-19, the ride was cancelled this year. However, two officers from the Port Authority Police Department traveled to Washington D.C. and completed the commemorative lap through the Law Enforcement Memorial to “complete the ride.” This action signifies that regardless of the present day conditions, we will never forget those names honored on the walls of the Law Enforcement memorial and that the thin blue line does not bend or waver in times of difficulty.

The Upper Saddle River Police Department thanks you for your continued support of not only our Agency but also all those who proudly serve their respective communities.

Continue to be strong and continue to stay healthy.

Chief Patrick Rotella
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Today, on National Peace Officers Memorial Day, please take some time to visit ODMP.org (Officer Down Memorial Page) and the National Law Enforcement Memorial (http://www.nleomf.org/memorial) to read about and see the faces of the men and women who gave everything for the safety of others.  We also ask that all our followers watch a special Virtual Memorial video released by the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police.  This video can be found at the link listed below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QfaB6J8ZX2o&feature=youtu.be

In 2019, 146 law Enforcement Officers lost their lives in the line of duty.  Each of their names will be engraved into the walls of the National Law Enforcement Memorial in Washington D.C.   Those walls display over 22,000 names of heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice.  Every year, the Upper Saddle River Police Department is proud to be a part of the Police Unity Tour Chapter 37 (http://www.policeunitytour37.com) honoring these men and women.  The Unity Tour is a 300-mile bike ride from New York City to Washington D.C. that involves law enforcement officers from all over the United States. The ride culminates with over 2000 participants riding through the Law Enforcement Memorial during Police Week.   Due to COVID-19, the ride was cancelled this year.  However, two officers from the Port Authority Police Department traveled to Washington D.C. and completed the commemorative lap through the Law Enforcement Memorial to “complete the ride.”  This action signifies that regardless of the present day conditions, we will never forget those names honored on the walls of the Law Enforcement memorial and that the thin blue line does not bend or waver in times of difficulty.  

The Upper Saddle River Police Department thanks you for your continued support of not only our Agency but also all those who proudly serve their respective communities.

Continue to be strong and continue to stay healthy.

Chief Patrick Rotella

May 10th - 16th is National Police Week in 2020. This week honors the hard working men and women who serve their communities as Law Enforcement Officers. ... See MoreSee Less

May 10th - 16th is National Police Week in 2020. This week honors the hard working men and women who serve their communities as Law Enforcement Officers.

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We really appreciate al that you do! Stay well and stay safe!

Thank you! Stay safe and healthy 🙏

Thank you for all you do!!!

Thank you! Stay safe and strong.🇺🇸

Thank you for all you do!

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Thank you to Katherine for choosing us for her community helpers project!
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