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New Jersey State Police Superintendent, Colonel Joseph R. Fuentes By Daniel Del Valle, George Beck, and Joseph Uliano NJ Blue Now recently sat down with NJ State Police Superintendent, Colonel Joseph R. (Rick) Fuentes to get his take on a ...
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Summer Fun in the Sun By Sgt. Anthony Espino It’s that time of year again. School is out and summer is in. The excitement of summer flows through the minds of many school students and teachers. I say teachers also ...
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A Week of Remembrance: Police Week By Joe Uliano, M.A., Ed.S. On May 13, 2017, I was on the ground at the National Law Enforcement Memorial with staff writer, Debra Faretra, where we patiently awaited the arrival of the “Police ...
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Wounded Warrior By Debra Ann Faretra Freedom isn’t free! It’s the cost of our military service members’ lives that are lost or physically and psychologically wounded. As a young man devoted to serving his country with honor, pride, and dignity, ...
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BLUE INK By Anthony Mikatarian Tattooing has arguably been around since many centuries BC. The documented earliest signs of tattooing come from the Egyptian pyramid era. However, researchers found it has been around much earlier. Tattooing has and still plays ...
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SPASM By Bob Dvorchak, War correspondent and Veteran (82nd Airborne) Listen up! Time for a sit-rep. Long overdue, frankly. Smoke ‘em if you got ‘em, and if you got ‘em, bum ‘em. But, there comes a time when one has ...
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Philip Alfano Jr.: Selfless devotion to Country and Family Sixteen years before Philip Alfano Jr. patrolled the streets of Newark, NJ, he was a gunner on U.S. Navy ships that protected fuel and supplies into Guam and Saipan—where the B-29s ...
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A court of justice? By Joel E. Gordon “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” ~Martin Luther King, Jr. When crime occurs, it’s easy to blame the police. In reality, when crime occurs, it is the responsibility of the ...
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