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New Jersey Honor legion Names New President

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Friday, January 27, 2012  2:18 p.m.

New Jersey   -   The New Jersey Police Honor Legion has announced the swearing in of the new 2012 - 2013 President, James H. Kostoplis “Kstop.”

NJ Police Honor Legion
President, James H. Kostoplis

Kostroplis is a retired Hamilton Police Lieutenant, decorated forty-two times. He was elected President in November and was sworn this past Wednesday at the Fiesta in Wood-Ridge, NJ.

 

The ceremony was well attended with over 500 members, dignitaries, clergy, the Bergen County and Passaic County Police Pipes and Drums and the Fair Lawn Police Honor Guard.

The New Jersey Police Honor Legion is made up of over 5,500 Federal, State, County and Municipal Law Enforcement Officers who have risked his/her life to save a human life or whose life has been in imminent risk of danger from an armed adversary

For more information and details on how to apply for membership in the New Jersey Police Honor legion, visit their website.

-NJLawman.com

 

 

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