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Fire Department Hosts Open House During National Night Out

The Pennsauken Fire Department will open all of its fire stations to the public during National Night Out, Tuesday, Aug. 2, an annual community-building campaign that is designed to make neighborhoods a safer, better place to live.

Pennsauken Police Unveil Safe Exchange Zone

By Frank Sinatra, AAP Editor The Pennsauken Police Department recently created a Safe Exchange Zone for use by members of the community.

Pennsauken’s Finest Recognized During National Police Week

By Frank Sinatra, AAP Editor During National Police Week, an annual event dedicated to not only honoring America’s law enforcement community, but also remembering those officers that lost their lives in the line of duty for the safety and protection

Pennsauken Police Stress Vehicle, Pedestrian Safety

By Frank Sinatra, AAP Editor At the end of March, the Pennsauken community mourned the loss of high school student Quason Turner, who was tragically killed as he crossed Rt. 130. A few days later, Norman Schultz of Philadelphia was

Pennsauken Police Respond To Luring Attempts

Information Provided By The Pennsauken Township Police Department The Pennsauken Township Police Department has been notified of a number of luring attempts within the past month. Each incident was investigated to the fullest extent. At this time none of the

New Police Officers Training In The Field

By Frank Sinatra, AAP Editor Two longtime Pennsauken residents, Linnette Ramos and Daxton Canales, are currently serving their community as two of the Township’s newest police officers.

Web Site Raises Awareness About Drunk Driving In New Jersey

The Pennsauken Police Department is helping to further awareness about the issue of drunk driving in New Jersey through their support of an online resource called the New Jersey Open Data Project – Stay Sober NJ. The initiative, created by

Pennsauken, Merchantville Police Participate In Rapid Deployment Training

By Frank Sinatra, AAP Editor In today’s day and age, the threat of an active shooter looking to cause massive casualties is becoming more and more prevalent. To prepare for these types of situations, should they occur locally, the Pennsauken

Pennsauken, Camden And Collingswood Receive Grant For Fire Equipment

Pennsauken Township, along with Camden and Collingswood, received an important federal grant to purchase necessary new equipment for their fire departments.

Police Conduct Patrols To Stop Distracted Driving

Content Provided By The Pennsauken Township Police Department April is National Distracted Driver Month. It’s a time to remind motorists of New Jersey’s distracted driving laws, which includes a ban on handheld cell phone use and text messaging by all

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