The Burlington County Chiefs of Police Association announced the names of their new Executive Board members for 2014. The members were sworn to their new positions during a banquet held on January 30, 2014 at Cafe' Madison located in Riverside.
Palmyra Police Chief Scott Pearlman was sworn in as President of the Chief's Association. Palmyra Mayor Karen administered the Oath of office. The Executive Board members were sworn into their positions by Burlington County Prosecutor Robert D. Bernardi. The Executive Board for 2014 consists of Vice President, Pemberton Township Police Chief David Jantas, Secretary, Medford Township Police Chief Rich Meder, Treasurer, Chesterfield Township Chief Kyle Wilson, Sergeant-at-Arms, Mount Laurel Township Police Chief Dennis Cribben and Chaplain Reverend Jack Koslowsky.
In addition to the swearing-in of the new board, the Chiefs' Association presented the Richard Dreby Award for service to the Chefs' association and Burlington County law enforcement agencies to Willingboro Township Police Captain Gerald Valenta.
The Burlington County Police Chiefs' Organization and its members work toward the overall
enhancement of law enforcement practices throughout Burlington County.
For additional information regarding the Burlington County Chiefs' of Police Association, visit our web site at: http://www.bcchiefsofpolice.org.
-- Press release from the Burlington County Chiefs of Police Association