Congratulations to Christian DeFazio who was officially sworn in as a full time Police Officer on Tuesday, March 15, 2022.
Officer DeFazio began his career with #LongBranchPD in May of 2017 as a Special Law Enforcement Officer Class I (SLEO I). In May of 2019, he was hired as a part-time Class II Officer (SLEO II) and was made full-time in August of 2020, assigned to Code Enforcement. He held that position until January of 2022 when he was hired as a full-time Patrolman and attended the Police Academy to complete the training required for the transition from SLEO II to full-time Officer. His academy training was completed on Friday, March 11, 2022.
Please join us in welcoming him and wishing him a successful career ahead! Photos by Detectives Oliveira and Poss
Attempt to Identify: The LBPD Detective Bureau is looking for your help in identifying the individual pictured. The individual is a person of interest in an investigation involving criminal mischief to a motor vehicle on March 7, 2022, and they hope to speak with her in regards to any knowledge she may have. If you have any information about this individual, please contact Det. House at 732-222-1000.
Important information regarding door-to-door sales/solicitors:
– Solicitors in Long Branch are required to obtain a license through our Health Department as well as a permit from our Public Safety Office. They are instructed to keep a copy of at least one on hand to show upon request.
– Solicitors should be wearing a name badge or have other company-specific identifiers.
– Solicitors are given a copy of the current “No Knock List” and are not permitted to solicit at locations on that list. To be added to the “No Knock List”, visit: longbranch.org/departments/CityClerk/no-knock-registry. A decal will be mailed to you to display on your door once registration is complete.
– As always, do not give any personal information to anyone who cannot prove that they are representing an organization that has been approved to knock at your door.