Fort Lee Police Officers Ride the Police Unity Tour to Washington D.C. last week:
From left to right: PO Alejandro Lorenzo, PO Kevin Kosuda, Detective Michelle Morgenstern and PO George Koutroubinis.
Deputy Chief Tim Ford.
Upcoming Work Week of: May 19th thru May 23rd.
Expected Location: Main Street and Anderson Avenue
In an effort to keep our community informed of the changing traffic conditions on Main Street, the Fort Lee Police Department will be providing weekly construction updates.
The construction company for PSE&G has temporarily stopped work on Main Street. Ceratin stakeholders who are involved in this project will be meeting in the middle of next week in an attempt to resolve certain issues they are currently facing. The construction company for PSE&G has advised they expect to continue work on Main Street after Memorial Day, May 26th. We will keep the community posted if anything changes.
Fort Lee Police Officers receive training on the new Sky Watch:
Police officers of the Fort Lee Police Department received training today on the newly acquired Sky Watch. The new Sky Watch will deploy over 20 feet high and enable officers to observe crowds at functions such as carnivals, festivals, sporting events and other community occasions. The Sky Watch will make its debut at the Madonna Carnival this week. The Sky Watch was purchased with confiscated funds, at no cost to the taxpayers.