The Hudson County Sheriff’s Office added 16 new members to their department during a ceremony at the county administration building in Jersey City yesterday afternoon.
By John Heinis/Hudson County View
“Our mission to serve and protect the residents of Hudson County remains at the forefront of our Office,” Sheriff Frank Schillari said in a statement.
“With the addition of these new officers, we boost up our number to offer better services to those we swore to protect.”
The new hires will complete training at the Morris County and Essex County Police Academies in the upcoming weeks and join the force after graduation.
The new sheriff’s officers are as follows: Almat Asani, Jason Cunha, Eric Gonzalez, Armando Paulino, Corrado DeVincenzo, Rene Portillo, Abel Castillo, Fallon Sosa, Adam Krzeminski, Mario Espinosa, Corey Reynolds, Jesus Solis, Louis Najarian, Joseph Bufis, Dionysis Tsangaris and Michael Baranok.
In addition to Schillari, other dignitaries in attendance including Hudson County Superior Court Assignment Judge Peter Bariso, Undersheriffs Andrew Conti and Francine Shelton, Detective’s Chief Oliver King, Hudson County Prosecutor’s Chief of Staff Carol Lamparello and Hudson County Executive’s Deputy Chief of Staff Patrick McCarthy, among many others.