March 29th, 2006 – General Meeting

On March 29, 2006, President Marty Barrett and the Executive Board of The Honor Legion Police Departments of New Jersey welcomed numerous guests to the monthly meeting of the Honor Legion held at the Empire Club in Little Ferry, New Jersey.  Sworn in as new members of the Honor Legion were:
David Becker of the Cliffside Park Police Department
Anthony DeProspo of the Paterson Police Department
Pasquale DeRito of the Cliffiside Park Police Department
Jose M. Galvan of the Paterson Police Department
Michael Gardenier of the Cliffside Park Police Department
James A. Giuchini of the Cliffside Park Police Department
Kevin J. Goins of the Woodbridge Police Department
Cesar Heyaime of the Paterson Police Department
Paul Hroncich of the Cliffside Park Police Department
Michael Koehler of the West Paterson Police Department
Robert W. Liput Jr. of the Essex County Sheriffs Department
Roberto L. Mercado of the Paterson Police Department
Christopher R. Merrill of the Cliffside Park Police Department
William E. Morey of the New York City Police Department
Kevin J. Palmer of the Spotswood Police Department
Bijoy Rodriguez of the Paterson Police Department
Louis E. Sarti of the Spotswood Police Department
John C. Schwedhelm of the Little Ferry Police Department
Michael Sisco of the Paterson Police Department
Rodney Telleri of the Cliffside Park Police Department
Jose L. Torres of the Paterson Police Department
Carmine Trabucco of the Newark Police Department
James C. Tracey of the Englewood Cliffs Police Department
Jeffrey Wolfe of the Paterson Police Department
Malcolm J. Woods of the Bergen County Sheriffs Department

Several citizens were sworn in as Honored Citizens for their continued outstanding dedication and support to law enforcement.

The Honor Legion of the Police Departments of New Jersey was incorporated on December 27, 1966, and is recognized as a charitable organization under section 501(c)3. The Honor Legion is a fraternal, non-political organization that develops and encourages fraternal, charitable, social, and educational activities of its members, as well as supporting societal programs. We are also involved in sponsoring programs towards children with disabilities. We provide support and assistance monetarily, morally, or in any way possible, to a New Jersey Law Enforcement Officer’s family when he/she is killed in the line of duty. Those interested in joining the Association can view the membership criteria, on the website at www.njhl.com

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