Hudson County Sheriff’s Office swears in seven new officers at county courthouse


The Hudson County Sheriff’s Office swore in seven new officers at a ceremony held at the county courthouse at 595 Newark Ave. in Jersey City last month.

Photos courtesy of the Hudson County Sheriff’s Office.

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

The ceremony was held on March 14th with Sheriff Frank Schillari and Hudson County Superior Court Judge Mitzy Galis-Menedez presiding over the ceremony and administering the oath of office to the newly appointed officers, who all recently completed their training at the Passaic County Police Academy.

“I am confident that these dedicated individuals will uphold the values of integrity, professionalism, and service as they undertake their duties to protect and serve the residents of Hudson County,” Schillari said in a statement.

“I extend my sincerest congratulations to the new officers and wish them a long and successful career in law enforcement.”

The new officers joining the ranks of the Hudson County Sheriff’s Office are Investigators John Longo and Jorge Velez, as well as Officers Michael Arteta, Ryan McNulty, Joanthony Santiago, Kevin Vargas, and Christian Contreras.

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  1. Why is one of the guys out of uniform?
    Bet hes leaving within a week to bayonne or jc PD. All political favors. We pay for the academy, and they leave immediately elsewhere.