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Morris Cty Remembers 9/11. Sept 11, 2016 at Morris County Sept. 11th Memorial. 6 p.m. Please attend. ow.ly/Xaoz303wc2V ... See MoreSee Less

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The fourth-annual Morris County Public Safety Youth Academy
concluded this past Friday. We had 37 great cadets representing 22 towns across Morris County who participated in the intense week-long program. This video production was put together by Officer Christian DiGiralomo from the Morris County Park Police. Christian always surprises us every year with a great video that encompasses the weeks activities. We thank the many agencies and volunteers that made this program a great success.

Enjoy the video!

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The following has been provided by our weather partner:

Gusty Winds & Minor Flooding Threat With Cold Front TIME PERIOD: 3:30 - 9 PMWhile dry for now, as we get towards the mid-to-late afternoon, there will be widespread scattered showers & storms pushing through, some of which could contain gusty strong to borderline severe winds (40 - 60 mph), and somewhat favorable conditions for a brief & isolated tornado (luckily though, cold fronts in this area aren't well known for producing tornadoes and are better for producing strong winds, but still worth a mention) into the evening. Though these storms should be progressive, there is a lot of moisture with them, so would not rule out poor drainage/roadway flooding to boot. The threat for severe weather & flooding will diminish nicely not long after sunset, though there will still be some lingering showers & storms thru Midnight.
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The fourth-annual Morris County Public Safety Youth Academy has concluded! This evening, our 37 cadets representing 22 towns across Morris County finished the week-long program with a graduation ceremony to celebrate their hard work and perseverance throughout the week. This morning they had the opportunity to use the virtual firearms simulator, gather evidence from a mock crime scene set up by the Morris County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigation Section (CIS), and discuss potential college opportunities with Sue Ceravolo from Drew University and William Solomons from the County College of Morris. Our final afternoon with the 2016 cadets concluded with the Morris County Park Police leading the students in our Intoxicated Driver Prevention Program where students were able to wear "drunk goggles" while driving golf carts with our instructors.

We wish each of our cadets the best of luck in their future endeavors,
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