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NBPD and RUPD Expand Neighborhood Teams

The New Brunswick and Rutgers Police Departments have announced the expansion of their existing Neighborhood Police Team (NPT) approach. This past March, New Brunswick and Rutgers police officers teamed up in the same patrol car and began patrolling the 5th and 6th Wards of the City, which are areas predominately occupied by off-campus student housing. […]

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NBPA Executive Director Elected President of New Jersey Parking Institute

Mitch Karon, Executive Director of the New Brunswick Parking Authority has been elected President of the prestigious New Jersey Parking Institute by a unanimous vote of its Board of Directors. The New Jersey Parking Institute, a division of The New Jersey Association of Parking Authorities and Agencies, is a professional association of Parking Administrators, Commissioners, […]

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Parking Authority Operations Director Achieves Certification

The International Parking Institute served official notification to the New Brunswick Parking Authority that the CAPP Certification Board (Certified Administrator of Public Parking), along with the International Parking Institute and the University of Virginia has recommended NBPA Director of Operations Harry J Delgado, Ed.S, CAPP, for certification based on his completion of the CAPP Program […]

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Stay Safe This Labor Day – Sober Driving Campaign to Start in New Brunswick

Law enforcement officers from New Brunswick will be on the lookout for drunk drivers as part of the 2014 Labor Day “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign. Beginning August 15 and running through September 1, local and state law enforcement officers will conduct sobriety checkpoints and roving patrols, looking for motorists who may be […]

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Police Department Begins New Community Program to Provide “Safe Watch” to Residents

The New Brunswick Police Department has started a new community outreach initiative intended to improve the safety of some of New Brunswick’s most important residents. Through the department’s new “Safe Watch” program, people with special needs or their caretakers may voluntarily offer information to the police department to assist officers with providing aid to them […]

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