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Posted on: December 2, 2019

Second Citizens Police Academy Class Graduates

"Citizens Police Academy 2019" with LPD logo and Livingston logo. Blue and gray border on whit

The Livingston Police Department has graduated the second class from its Citizens Police Academy. The graduation took place on Thursday, November 21, 2019.

This no-cost 11-week program is designed to give participants an understanding of the operation of the Livingston Police Department and a working knowledge of what law enforcement entails. Participants learned about many aspects of police work including dispatch, traffic enforcement, Emergency Services Unit, the criminal justice system, firearms, crime scene investigation, and community policing. 

Shown below are the graduates of the program with members of the department. Seated left to right: Ellen Hollstein Jones, Alice Ralston, Patricia Maltz, Maxine Fine, Scott Goldman, Eileen Brenner, Carol Hines, Doreen Mollenhauer, and Stephanie Wong. Standing left to right: Officer Joy Klapal, Officer Kevin Mullaney, Officer Jarrett Hesselbirg, Sgt. Andrew Ullman, Scott Kessel, Evan Brody, Jeffrey Krantz, Albert Leung, Chief Gary Marshuetz, Armand Vaccaro, Michael Pickert, Daniel Goldman, Gary Hecht, Dispatcher Gerard Falzo, Avik Das, Eric Katz, Jeffrey Bishop, Lt. Tim Dunmyer and Captain John Drumm. Also graduates, but not present at the ceremony, were Manish Chamoli, Monika Khanna, Myra Levine-Lerman, Dalila Rosenstrauch, and Bruce Spiegler.

Class photo of the LPD’s Citizen Police Academy graduates in November 2019

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