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Saturday, February 4
, 2011 1:50 p.m.

The press release was simple yet significant.  Here's a portion:

The Jackson Police Department would like to congratulate and welcome Police Officers William Salhanick, Ryan Donnelly and Justin Brugnoli to the agency. The officers have been hired from the RICE list, which is comprised of laid off police officers in New Jersey.

Jackson had three openings and filled all three with officers who had been laid off from other departments. 

Why can't this be the norm? 

How can agency heads look at themselves in the mirror when they are hiring and not even giving laid off, fellow, brother officers so much as an interview?

We'll stop here before this becomes a rant instead of a positive piece about Chief Matthew Kunz and the Jackson Police Department.

Jackson wasn't the first to hire laid off guys and all who have done so deserve credit.  We recognize them now because it's been four years since the economic collapse began, and some departments have forgotten about our laid off brethren.

Jackson hasn't.

NJLawman.com recognizes Chief Matthew Kunz and the Jackson Police Department.

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