The Bayonne Police Department promoted three new captains, eight new lieutenants, and six new sergeants at a City Hall ceremony.
By John Heinis/Hudson County View
The freshly promoted captains are Franco Amato, Michael Kubert, Jr., and Andrew Quinn, with Joseph Styles, Daniel Murphy, Drew Raslowsky, Timothy Calabrese, Sean McCarry, Doaa Salama, Anthony Pelliccio, and Matthew May round out the latest lieutenants.
Finally, the new sergeants are Kevin Ottino, Francis Styles, Joseph Torello, James DeNoble III, Charles Restivo, and Matthew McMonagle.
Amato was appointed to the Bayonne Police Department in 1999. He is a graduate of Marist High School and continued his education at Seton Hall University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology/Pre-Med.
He has served in the patrol division, the traffic unit, and the administrative division. He is also the recipient of one Valor Award, four Commendations, and three Excellent Police Service Awards.
Kubert, Jr. was appointed to the Bayonne Police Department in 1998 and is a graduate of Bayonne High School. During his time with the Bayonne Police Department, his assignments have included the patrol Division, the detective bureau, and the traffic unit.
He also serves as President of the Superior Officers’ Association and is the recipient of 10 Excellent Police Service Awards, three Commendations, two Meritorious Police Service Awards, and one Valor Award.
Furthermore, Kubert has been honored with both a New Jersey Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association and Hudson County 200 Club Valor Award for bravery in the line of duty.
He has also been recognized by both the Bayonne Police Emerald Society and Bayonne Knights of Columbus as their Police Officer of the Year.
Additionally, Quinn was appointed to the Bayonne Police Department in 1999, is a graduate of Carteret High School, and continued his education at New Jersey City University.
His police assignments have included the patrol division, the auto theft task force, the special investigative unit, the detective bureau, and the internal affairs unit.
He is also the recipient of six Excellent Police Service Awards, four Commendations, four Unit Citations, and four Meritorious Police Service Awards.