Hudson County Sheriff’s Office swears in 12 new officers during private ceremony


The Hudson County Sheriff’s Office swore in 12 new officers during a private ceremony, since friends and family were asked to stay home due to the coronavirus pandemic, at the Hudson County Courthouse earlier today.

Photo courtesy of the Hudson County Sheriff’s Office.

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

“This was a unique ceremony,” Sheriff Frank Schillari said in a statement.

“However, these officers exemplify the high values that are associated with our office. I look forward to seeing these officers doing their part to make Hudson County safer for everyone.”

The ceremony took place in Hudson County Assignment Judge Peter Bariso’s courtroom.

The new officers are: Nashaat Awadallah, Christopher Bowen, Keith Garces, Carlos Gonzales, Jason Hansen, Andrew Napolitano, Nicholas Protopapadakis, Ramon Regalado, Joshua Ruiz, Luis Castillo, William Krajnik and Daniel Perez.

Schillari’s office has been proactive since the coronavirus has become a major concern in Hudson County, taking a “zero-tolerance policy” on price gouging and then postponing foreclosure sales and eviction notices.

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