Posted Monday, July 18th, 2016
The Morris County Sheriff’s Office, Morris County NAACP, Morristown Police Department, NAACP’s N.J. Criminal Justice Reform Advocacy, and the N. J. Police Community Affairs Officers Association will hold a joint informational session on Careers in Law Enforcement on Thursday, July 28, 2016 at 6:30 pm at the Morristown Neighborhood House located at 12 Flagler Street in Morristown.
This free session will give potential law enforcement candidates the information they need to successfully enter the field of policing. Members of the law enforcement community will be on hand to assist young men and women in the process of obtaining a career in law enforcement.
Topics such as: preparing for the exam, physical fitness, the importance of maintaining clean credit and criminal records will be covered.
“Law Enforcement is happy to partner with the NAACP and other community organizations to help attract diverse candidates for the upcoming law enforcement civil service exam.”, said Morris County Undersheriff William Schievella who also serves as the President of the NJ Police Community Affairs Officers Association.
Persons with questions about this event can contact the Morris County Sheriff’s Office at 973-285-6600 or e mail the office through their website at www.mcsheriff.org