Fort Lee Police Officers will be participating at the Korean American Brotherhood of Law Enforcement also known as K.A.B.L.E’s 3rd Annual Exhibition & Career Day
On June 28th, 2014, Fort Lee Police Officers will be participating at the Korean American Brotherhood of Law Enforcement also known as K.A.B.L.E’s 3rd Annual Exhibition & Career Day at the Lindberg Elementary School located at 401 Glen Avenue, Palisades Park NJ 07650 from 12pm to 4pm as part of the department’s community recruiting efforts.
K.A.B.L.E is a fraternal organization comprised mainly of Korean-American Law Enforcement Officers who work in and around the state of New Jersey and New York. K.A.B.L.E’s mission is to provide community services & relations and educational seminars to Korean-American communities throughout the region. K.A.B.L.E also maintains a great professional relationship with other law enforcement agencies and departments in order to better assist the public
(From left to right: Deputy Chief Tim Ford, Officer Thomas Keelen, Officer Carlos Cabrera, Officer Rick Hernandez and Chief Keith Bendul)
Three officers from the Fort Lee Police Department, who collectively made over 100 arrests for drunken driving last year, received commendations for their efforts to take Drunk or Drugged Drivers off our streets from Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) New Jersey on June 11. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that on average one person died every 51 minutes during 2012.
During the annual recognition ceremony held at Middlesex Community College, the non-profit organization recognized Police Officer Carlos Cabrera for a third straight year, Police Officer Tom Keelen for the second time, and Police Officer Richard Hernandez for the first time. Each officer received a plaque and a uniform citation bar for their proactive work combating drunk driving.