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Police to Hold Emergency Preparedness Seminar

Tonight’s meeting to focus on general emergency preparedness

Teaneck Police will hold an emergency preparedness seminar Thursday night, the latest in a series of public outreach efforts organized by the department’s community policing unit.

Officers from the Community Policing Squad, working with the town’s emergency management office, have held several meetings on various emergency situations. The presentations have been tailored for groups ranging from children to senior citizens, and can be taken as a whole or in parts.

Thursday’s meeting will focus on general preparedness, according to the township.

The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. at Police Headquarters, located at 900 Teaneck Road.

More information is available by calling the Community Policing Squad at 201-837-8759 or the police desk at 201-837-2600.

 

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zizi November 15, 2012 at 04:13 PM
They say a picture is worth a thousand words...... look at the picture..... all of these downed trees are huge and simply could not stand a chance against the storm because they are planted in between the side walk and the street... a 2 feet area for trees that big is simply foolishness... that should stop....... no amount of pruning can make us safe from these huge trees and the damage they cause. Time to get rid of these trees and have town wide restrictions for the future.....

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