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For those urging the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office pursue more prosecutions/stop amnesty

For all those who feel OCPO is not doing enough with regard to Lakewood Fraud prosecutions the answer is simple: We do not have access to the NJ State Comptroller Office program files. They oversee the programs application and implementation process. It is like any other victim of financial crime or fraud; we will not know they are victim of criminal activity unless they tell us.  If a victim comes forward, we investigate and prosecute on their behalf.

In terms of the Amnesty program that the NJ State Comptroller’s Office initiated: The amnesty program came from them. We have no authority to mandate or monitor how a state agency does business.

With regard to the recent Toms River Patch article (Fraud Prosecutions Deeply Detailed…): The reporter asked what went into a financial crime prosecution and we responded with an accurate description that would be no different if answered by any other prosecutors’ office. We did not solicit this article as a way to make excuses. For those who seemed to have completely missed it, our position is as follows: “If a case is brought to us we will prosecute.” Nothing unclear here.

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LAKEWOOD PEDESTRIAN FATAL UPDATE

The media and public are reminded that criminal charges are merely accusations and the defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.  Follow the Office of the Ocean County Prosecutor online at Twitter and Facebook.  The social media links provided are for reference only.  The OCPO does not endorse any non-governmental websites, companies or applications.  For additional information visit our website at www.oceancountyprosecutor.org.  Please send all press inquiries to Al Della Fave 732-288-7616 (OFFICE) 732-814-7347 (CELL) and adellafave@co.ocean.nj.us

Lakewood, NJ – The victim in the August 24th Lakewood pedestrian fatal is identified as Hadassah Krohn, three (3) years of age, of 7th Street in Lakewood.  The driver of the 2007 Ford F550 truck is identified as Chayim Goodman, 47 years of age, of Forest Avenue in Lakewood.  The following information is what has been reported to date:

On 8/24/2017, at approximately 12:33 pm, the Lakewood Police Department responded to 424 7th Street for a report of a pedestrian struck in the roadway. The arriving officers found a 3 year old female on the roadway next to her bicycle.  Arriving paramedics pronounced the child deceased at the scene.

The preliminary investigation by the Lakewood Police Department, the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Major Crime Fatal Accident Investigation Unit, and the Ocean County Sheriff’s CSI Unit found a 2007 Ford F550 truck, driven by a Lakewood man 40 years of age, was traveling East on 7th Street when the victim exited her driveway on a bicycle directly in the path of the vehicle without warning resulting in the victim being impacted by the truck.

The truck’s driver provided a consent to search his cellular device which yielded negative results. He was then transported to Monmouth Medical Center Southern Campus where he provided consent for a blood sample.

This is an ongoing investigation.

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LAKEWOOD PEDESTRIAN FATAL

The media and public are reminded that criminal charges are merely accusations and the defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.  Follow the Office of the Ocean County Prosecutor online at Twitter and Facebook.  The social media links provided are for reference only.  The OCPO does not endorse any non-governmental websites, companies or applications.  For additional information visit our website at www.oceancountyprosecutor.org.  Please send all press inquiries to Al Della Fave 732-288-7616 (OFFICE) 732-814-7347 (CELL) and adellafave@co.ocean.nj.us

Lakewood, NJ – On 8/24/2017, at approximately 12:33 pm, the Lakewood Police Department responded to 424 7th Street for a report of a pedestrian struck in the roadway. The arriving officers found a 3 year old female on the roadway next to her bicycle.  Arriving paramedics pronounced the child deceased at the scene.

The preliminary investigation by the Lakewood Police Department, the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Major Crime Fatal Accident Investigation Unit, and the Ocean County Sheriff’s CSI Unit found a 2007 Ford F550 truck, driven by a Lakewood man 40 years of age, was traveling East on 7th Street when the victim exited her driveway on a bicycle directly in the path of the vehicle without warning resulting in the victim being run over by the truck.

The truck’s driver provided a consent to search his cellular device which yielded negative results. He was then transported to Monmouth Medical Center Southern Campus where he provided consent for a blood sample.  This is an ongoing investigation and further information will be released upon confirmation and completion of family notifications.

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POLICING PARTNERSHIP FOR A SAFER CR 539 CONCLUDES WITH 31 CITED FOR SPEEDING

The media and public are reminded that criminal charges are merely accusations and the defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.  Follow the Office of the Ocean County Prosecutor online at Twitter and Facebook.  The social media links provided are for reference only.  The OCPO does not endorse any non-governmental websites, companies or applications.  For additional information visit our website at www.oceancountyprosecutor.org.  Please send all press inquiries to Al Della Fave 732-288-7616 (OFFICE) 732-814-7347 (CELL) and adellafave@co.ocean.nj.us

Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph D. Coronato today announced the results of his Safety/Enforcement Initiative to raise awareness and foster responsible driving behavior along the length of Route 539 in Ocean County.

From the July 20th start of the enforcement program, which included two days of saturation enforcement by the participating departments, the 539 detail produced a total of 109 summons issued with 268 vehicles stopped.  Speeding violations topped the detail list with 31 summons issued and commercial vehicles were cited for 15 violations.  There were two arrests for drug possession.  The participating departments were happy to observe that the majority of motorists were choosing to drive responsibly.  There were no fatalities or accidents involving serious injury during the period.

Prosecutor Coronato stated, “The initiative raised significant awareness among the motoring public regarding the safety issues along CR539, but more important it has coordinated efforts by Ocean County Law Enforcement, Engineering and Road Departments to take important steps toward making commuting along CR539 safer”.

The safety/enforcement initiative on CR 539 between Tuckerton and Plumsted Borough encompassed seven (7) municipal jurisdictions traversing 38 miles of roadway in Ocean County from Milepost 0 – 38.  The road crosses through the towns of Little Egg Harbor, Stafford, Barnegat, Lacey, Manchester, Plumsted and Jackson.  This two-lane highway runs southeast to northwest through Ocean County and is frequently used by local seniors, commuters traveling to the Trenton area, tourists looking to vacation along the Jersey Shore and a large amount of commercial trucks.

The enforcement element of the initiative ran from July 20th to August 6th, bringing vigilant and aggressive enforcement of all those motor vehicle moving and equipment violations that are major contributory causes to the crashes.  These causes include, but are not limited to, Improper Passing, Excessive Speed, Driving While Under the Influence, Aggressive Driving, Improper Turning, Failing to Yield, Inattentive Driving, Disregard of Traffic Signal, Following Too Close and various commercial carrier violations such as overweight, equipment maintenance and brake pressure.

 

The partnership is the result of extensive meetings called for by Prosecutor Coronato with local police chiefs, county officers/officials, NJ State Police and the Ocean County Road/Engineering Departments to address CR539 safety issues.  Beyond the enforcement element, the initiative includes Engineering and Education elements that will continue into the future.  The crafted initiative is a coordinated multi-jurisdictional/agency effort supported by the Chiefs of Police and Department Heads from the following jurisdictions/agencies:

  • Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office
  • Ocean County Sheriff’s Department
  • NJ State Police Troop “C” – Red Lion and Tuckerton Stations
  • NJ State Police Troop “C” – Tactical Patrol Unit
  • NJ State Police – Transportation Safety Bureau
  • Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders
  • Ocean County Road Department
  • Ocean County Engineering Department
  • Barnegat Police Department
  • Jackson Police Department
  • Lacey Police Department
  • Little Egg Harbor Police Department
  • Manchester Police Department
  • Plumsted Police Department
  • Stafford Police Department
  • Tuckerton Police Department
  • Office of Highway Traffic Safety

The enforcement element of the initiative sought to bring vigilant and aggressive enforcement of all those motor vehicle moving and equipment violations that are major contributory causes to crashes.  These causes include, but are not limited to, Improper Passing, Excessive Speed, Driving While Under the Influence, Aggressive Driving, Improper Turning, Failing to Yield, Inattentive Driving, Disregard of Traffic Signal, Following Too Close and various commercial carrier violations such as overweight, equipment maintenance and brake pressure.

The education element will continue to include signage, media postings, radio public service announcements, awareness posters and coordinated social media postings by all the partnering agencies.  Prosecutor Coronato has directed all participating Chiefs to continue to be proactive in keeping media informed of crash stats and initiative developments.

The coordinated enforcement element has concluded, but policing agencies along CR539 will continue to make CR539 patrols a priority.  Now that the partnership logistics and plans have been worked out, the coordinated enforcement element can be quickly reinstituted in the event of increased reports of accidents or dangerous driving behaviors.

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BRICK TOWNSHIP POLICE INVOLVED SHOOTING UPDATE

The media and public are reminded that criminal charges are merely accusations and the defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.  Follow the Office of the Ocean County Prosecutor online at Twitter and Facebook.  The social media links provided are for reference only.  The OCPO does not endorse any non-governmental websites, companies or applications.  For additional information visit our website at www.oceancountyprosecutor.org.  Please send all press inquiries to Al Della Fave 732-288-7616 (OFFICE) 732-814-7347 (CELL) and adellafave@co.ocean.nj.us

Sunday (8/20) at approximately 5:33 am, Brick PD received a total of seven (7) 911 calls: (6) 911 calls reporting a domestic disturbance and one (1) 911 call reporting a domestic assault taking place at 141 Meridian Drive within Brick Township, NJ from surrounding neighbors.  Those calls resulted in four (4) Brick Township Officers being dispatched to the scene.

All four officers arrived and approached the residence together, where they encountered the male suspect involved in the domestic violence events, later identified as Keshawn Wilson, age 32, armed with a handgun resulting in the officers discharging their service weapons.  The exchange of gunfire resulted in the death of the suspect.  No officers were struck, however all four were transported to an area hospital for evaluation.

To date, the investigation has confirmed that the suspect was residing at 141 Meridian Drive, where the altercation and assaults took place.  Assaulted were a 31 y/o female and her 59 y/o mother.  Also residing in the home at the time of the event, were a 31 y/o female (31 y/o victim’s sister) and her three children (Ages 11, 7, and 11 months).

Witness accounts, the investigation and forensic evidence has confirmed that the suspect was armed with a loaded six (6) inch revolver when police encountered him.  It is also confirmed that the suspect discharged multiple rounds from the revolver during the course of the events.

The first assault by the suspect was upon the 31 y/o female during which she suffered lacerations and contusions to her head, eye and body.  She also received additional injuries from a fall down stairs as she fled from the suspect.  The mother received injury to her head from the suspect after coming to the aid of daughter.  The mother, daughters, and 11 month old sought refuge from the suspect by barricading themselves in a downstairs bedroom.  The 31 y/o female victim exited the residence through the bedroom window and ran to a neighbor’s house for help.

The investigation regarding the confrontation between the suspect and responding officers is still ongoing.  It appears that all four officers did discharge their service weapons during the exchange.  Once the suspect’s threat was neutralized, all family members were examined for injuries and the two assaulted victims were transported to Brick Hospital for treatment.

No further information will be provided today.  Media and the public will receive updates as more details are confirmed.  The Ocean County Prosecutor’s Major Crimes Unit is the lead investigation agency, with assistance from the Ocean County Sheriff’s Department CSI and the Ocean County Medical Examiner.

 

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OCPO/LACEY PD DOUBLE HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION UPDATE

The media and public are reminded that criminal charges are merely accusations and the defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.  Follow the Office of the Ocean County Prosecutor online at Twitter and Facebook.  The social media links provided are for reference only.  The OCPO does not endorse any non-governmental websites, companies or applications.  For additional information visit our website at www.oceancountyprosecutor.org.  Please send all press inquiries to Al Della Fave 732-288-7616 (OFFICE) 732-814-7347 (CELL) and adellafave@co.ocean.nj.us

Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph D. Coronato and Lacey Police Chief Michael DiBella today announced that the double homicide at 212 Nautilus Blvd in Lacey Township is the apparent result of a marital dispute.

Prosecutor Coronato stated, “I hesitantly make this announcement in light of the relentless media interest and subsequent coverage in hopes of quickly putting this sad episode to rest.  It is my hope to minimize the trauma to these families in any way possible.”

The investigating agencies, after conferring with the Ocean County Medical Examiner’s Office, now identify the victims as and the causes and manners of death as:

  • Kimberly Dunphey (Wife/Victim), age 48, Cause of Death: Blunt force trauma injuries, Manner of Death: Homicide.
  • Owen Scott (Son/Victim), age 7, Cause of Death: Blunt force trauma injuries, Manner of Death: Homicide.

The suspected perpetrator is Gregg Scott, husband of Kimbery Dunphey and father of Owen Scott. His post mortem examination is scheduled to be conducted later today.  Those results will be released when available.  The investigation to this point indicates that his fatal injuries were self-inflicted.

Prosecutor Coronato concluded, “In lieu of this unspeakable event, I ask the public and media to respect the family’s privacy.”

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OCEAN COUNTY PROSECUTOR CALLS FOR BRICK BEACH (RT35) DWI/TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT

The media and public are reminded that criminal charges are merely accusations and the defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.  Follow the Office of the Ocean County Prosecutor online at Twitter and Facebook.  The social media links provided are for reference only.  The OCPO does not endorse any non-governmental websites, companies or applications.  For additional information visit our website at www.oceancountyprosecutor.org.  Please send all press inquiries to Al Della Fave 732-288-7616 (OFFICE) 732-814-7347 (CELL) and adellafave@co.ocean.nj.us

Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph D. Coronato today announced a special DWI/Traffic checkpoint detail this coming weekend along Route 35 in Brick Township.  The program’s design creates a force multiplier by regionalizing and supplementing local DWI enforcement.  The detail comes as a proactive measure to slow people down and influence responsible driving along this stretch of roadway known for high pedestrian foot traffic during the busy summer season.

Prosecutor Coronato reminds drivers, “It is so very important for drivers along the entire length of the Route 35 beach road to use an extra measure of caution due to the constant summer foot and bike traffic.  Tragedies can only be avoided if drivers slow down and absolutely don’t drive impaired.”

Inattentive and aggressive drivers are always targets of law enforcements’ regular patrols, the purpose of this effort is to detect, educate, deter, arrest, and vigorously prosecute impaired drivers, while also making Ocean County roads safer for the added pedestrian traffic.  The program targets those under the influence of alcohol, but will also pay close attention to those not yielding to pedestrians and bike traffic.

The checkpoint program, which is funded in part by the Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders and the New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety, will be conducted by local police agencies in conjunction with Detectives from the Prosecutor’s Office and Sheriff’s Department K-9 Unit focusing on both intoxicated and drug impaired drivers.  The program is operated/coordinated by the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Vehicular Homicide Unit under the direction of Supervising Assistant Prosecutor Michael Weatherstone.

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OCPO/LACEY PD INVESTIGATING HOMICIDE

The media and public are reminded that criminal charges are merely accusations and the defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.  Follow the Office of the Ocean County Prosecutor online at Twitter and Facebook.  The social media links provided are for reference only.  The OCPO does not endorse any non-governmental websites, companies or applications.  For additional information visit our website at www.oceancountyprosecutor.org.  Please send all press inquiries to Al Della Fave 732-288-7616 (OFFICE) 732-814-7347 (CELL) and adellafave@co.ocean.nj.us

Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph D. Coronato and Lacey Police Chief Michael DiBella today sadly announced the partnering departments are investigating a double homicide that took place within Lacey Township.  Members of the Lacey Police Department initially responded to 212 Nautilus Blvd at approximately 4:02 pm for the report of a suspicious event.

At this time, the investigation is in its preliminary stages.  The one thing we can state definitively is that this event is over, contained and presents absolutely no danger to the surrounding community.  Presently the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Major Crimes Unit, Lacey Township Police Department, Ocean County Sherriff’s Department CSI Unit, and the Ocean County Medical Examiner’s Office are all involved in processing the scene in order to get a clear picture of what took place.

As of now, we can only confirm that this event involved a family to include a husband, wife, child and family dog.  All are deceased.  The wife, age 48, a male child, age 7, and male Welsh Corgi dog are allegedly all victims and were pronounced dead at the scene.  The husband, age 51, was the victim of self-inflicted injuries and expired as a result of his wounds after being transported to Jersey Shore University Medical Center.

At this time, out of family notification concerns, there will be no further information released today.  The minute anything definitive can be addressed, we will immediately provide an update.

 

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SEAL TEAM SIX TECHNOLOGY USED TO PROTECT OCEAN COUNTY SCHOOLS

The media and public are reminded that criminal charges are merely accusations and the defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.  Follow the Office of the Ocean County Prosecutor online at Twitter and Facebook.  The social media links provided are for reference only.  The OCPO does not endorse any non-governmental websites, companies or applications.  For additional information visit our website at www.oceancountyprosecutor.org.  Please send all press inquiries to Al Della Fave 732-288-7616 (OFFICE) 732-814-7347 (CELL) and adellafave@co.ocean.nj.us

Prosecutor Joseph D. Coronato and Ocean County School District Leaders today proudly announced the county wide effort to implement first of its kind school critical incident planning/active shooter response plan called Collaborative Response Graphic (CRG®).  The announcement came during a multi-agency, multi-disciplinary threat exercise held at Central Regional High School in Bayville, New Jersey, where Ocean County law enforcement demonstrated the high tech threat response model developed by our military’s most elite Special Operation forces.

The most important lesson learned in the wake of an active shooter or mass casualty incidents nationally is that emergency responders are seriously hampered by poor communication and a lack of coordination between agencies.  This issue results in the worse possible scenario, contributing to chaotic evacuation and increased delays in reaching victims by responders unfamiliar with a venues layout.  This technology, explained in its simplest form, will give law enforcement responding to a threat complete blue prints of the mapped school providing arriving officers with specific direction as to where to go.  They in turn will then be able to track and be tracked in their every movement.

Prosecutor Coronato stated, “This technology is the result of the United States Military Special Operations Command spending more than a decade and billions of dollars in fighting the global war on terror.  Faced with the challenge of coordinating numerous teams from multiple branches at unfamiliar locations they perfected the art of Planning with Pictures.   It is the concept of the NFL playbook taken to an astonishing level and I plan to maximize its utilization.”

In order for a plan to be real it must be both accessible and understandable.  Accessible means having the ability to easily get the plan into the hands of first responders and commanders.  Understandable means that the end user can digest it in less than a minute and put it into action.  This technology resolves the following challenges in the time-compressed space surrounding an actual incident:

  • Once on scene how do first responders get into and navigate an unfamiliar building?
  • Can responders locate their incident plan binder or digital equivalent in a timely manner?
  • If you find it, can you search through the hundreds of pages to find the specific information you need?
  • If you can find the information you need, can you disseminate it to the ever-growing number of emergency responders from multiple jurisdictions who are descending upon the scene?
  • If you can beat the odds and locate your plan, the page within the plan, and disseminate it to the intended recipients—can they read, understand, and communicate off the plan in time to mitigate and minimize the casualties?

Prosecutor Coronato continued, “Utilizing forfeiture funds, OCPO has purchased the foundation for a system that can easily be built upon to include the entire school district.  With this technology law enforcement responding to a school threat will for the first time literally be on the same page, have a complete picture of on scene personnel and the school right down to the smallest closet.  It’s now a response plan based on pictures, which will increase the chances of quickly mitigating a threat while adding critical layers of safety for responding officers.”

Today’s event held at Central Regional High School in Bayville, NJ, gave a full visual demonstration of the revolutionary technology and response plan for Ocean County by the following participating Agencies:

  • Berkeley Township PD
  • Toms River Township PD
  • Ocean Gate PD
  • Manchester Township PD
  • Pine Beach PD
  • South Toms River Borough PD
  • Lacey Township PD
  • Beachwood PD
  • Ocean County Sheriff’s Department
  • Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office
  • New Jersey State Police
  • Ocean County Regional SWAT

The following schools are among those participating to date: Central Regional District, Jackson School District, Manchester School District, Stafford School District, Toms River High Schools, and Berkeley School District.  The following districts are in the initial phase of participation: Brick School District and Point Pleasant Beach School District.  Outside of the schools participation, the program is awaiting creation of floor plans for inclusion of Ocean County owned buildings

Prosecutor Coronato concluded the drill by stating, “I can’t thank BAE Systems, the Critical Response Group Inc., and Chief Karin DiMichele of the Berkeley Township Police Department enough for helping me bring this amazing initiative to Ocean County.  I also want to thank those school officials who attended today for their interest and cooperation in helping with the programs implementation.  It is my plan moving forward, with the help of school officials, to expand this initiative to all schools.  Most noteworthy is that starting today, Ocean County law enforcement/emergency responders will begin to build a library of emergency plans and floor blueprints that can be kept right in their pocket on their smart phone in real time.  Beyond the school application, we are already building a platform for police operations and high profile local events such as the Polar Bear Plunge.  Looking to the future, it is my wish to include critical infrastructure across Ocean County to include hospitals, utility companies, courts, entertainment venues, places of worship, or anywhere large numbers of people would gather.”

When SEAL Team 6 was tasked with killing or capturing Usama Bin Laden during Operation Neptune Spear, they had every conceivable resource of the United States government at their disposal.  With nearly limitless resources and options, they chose a singular piece of paper – the visual plan.  That plan, known in the military as a Gridded Reference Graphic (GRG), can be seen sitting unassumingly in front of Secretary Clinton in the famous White House Situation Room photo captured during the operation.  The power of that photo is just now being realized.  Back in May of 2011, while US public safety professionals still plodded along with text-based plans, everyone connected with Neptune Spear—from the President of the United States to the SEAL operator in Abbottabad, Pakistan half a world away—was looking at the same piece of paper: a GRG of the plan.

Today the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office successfully collaborated with BAE Systems and the Critical Response Group to present the domestic evolution of the Collaborative Response Graphic (CRG®).  CRGs combine aerial imagery, floor plans, critical features, and key plan components into a simple to decipher geospatially accurate graphic.  When viewed on a GPS-enabled smart device, the user is plotted on top of the plan in real time.  The grid allows for a common language and instant visualization of plan components. A contact team trying to communicate the location of a shooter in the band room doesn’t need to know anything about the building. They simply need to transmit that the shooter is in the room located within grid square E3. Whether or not you’ve ever set foot in the fictional National High School depicted below, it takes mere seconds to gain full spatial.

With a CRG, plans are accessible and understandable.  Hundreds of pages can be reduced to a single, easily understood and GeoRelevant™ plan.  Using BAE Systems GXP OpsView™ and GXP OnScene™ first responders logged into the free and secure smart device application can instantly communicate in a common language, changes in plans, critical safety updates and adjust resources with pinpoint accuracy.  The application allows first responders to visualize their location on the actual plan, and incident commanders the ability to better coordinate the scene because assets can be tracked in real time, regardless of the agency or public safety discipline they represent.  For the first time in the history of public safety, everyone will literally be on the same page.

For More information on Critical Response Group and CRGs®, please visit: www.CRGPlans.com

Media needing additional visuals can find them at this link: HERE

 

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Those in the area of Central Regional Know that this is just a Drill

The media and public are reminded that criminal charges are merely accusations and the defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.  Follow the Office of the Ocean County Prosecutor online at Twitter and Facebook.  The social media links provided are for reference only.  The OCPO does not endorse any non-governmental websites, companies or applications.  For additional information visit our website at www.oceancountyprosecutor.org.  Please send all press inquiries to Al Della Fave 732-288-7616 (OFFICE) 732-814-7347 (CELL) and adellafave@co.ocean.nj.us

Prosecutor Joseph D. Coronato, Ocean County School District Leaders, and Chief Karin DiMichele today announced the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office will be hosting a multi-agency, multi-disciplinary threat exercise at Central Regional High School in Bayville, New Jersey to unveil New Jersey’s first ever high tech threat response model.

The exercise will give a full visual demonstration of the newest revolutionary response plan developed by our military’s most elite Special Operation forces leveraging the hard-fought lessons learned during the global war on terror.  This model explained in its simplest terms allows incident commanders/first responders to better coordinate the threat scene by visually tracking response assets in real time.

Event date: Wednesday, August 16

Media reporting time: Media can arrive any time after 9:30am.  Event will run from 10am to just after 11am.

Location: Central Regional High School, 509 Forest Hills Parkway, Bayville, New Jersey.  Media will enter via the East Gate and make their way to Presentation Room 179.

Event.

Participating Agencies:

  • Berkeley Township Police Department
  • Toms River Township Police Department
  • Ocean Gate Police Department
  • Manchester Township Police Department
  • Pine Beach Police Department
  • South Toms River Borough Police Department
  • Lacey Township Police Department
  • Beachwood Police Department
  • Ocean County Sheriff’s Department
  • Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office
  • New Jersey State Police
  • Ocean County Regional SWAT

 

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