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The Jersey City Police Officers Benevolent Association was incorporated in 1969 and has been serving and representing the Police Officers of Jersey City for over 46 years.
The JCPOBA is comprised of approximately 631 Police Officers employed by the City of Jersey City Police Department. All members are full-time sworn Police Officers. We are dedicated men and women, who strive to prevent crimes from occurring, protect life and property, enforce laws and city ordinances, and to safeguard the guarantees and rights provided by the Constitution. Click here to read more...
Congratulations to the following personnel of the JCPD being appointed to the rank of Detective.
Effective Monday, December 22nd, 2014
In Memoriam, to our fallen Jersey City Detective Melvin Vincent Santiago
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JC Police Civic Association Inc.
Memorial Fund for Det. Melvin V. Santiago
PO Box 17395
Jersey City, NJ 07307
"Our hearts are
heavy with the
his life in the
line of duty
“Yesterday, Patrolman Santiago was murdered in cold blood while protecting the people of Jersey City.
All indications are that his killer had set out to commit such a heinous act simply for the notoriety it would bring to him.
As law enforcement officers, we proudly represent and serve the blue line, metaphorically and literally. The fine men and women who serve and protect our community are the line of defense between good and evil. Patrolman Santiago bravely served Jersey City with honor, dignity, and courage, and his legacy will be marked as a true hero, such as he deserves.
We are disappointed by some media outlet’s decision to posthumously bring the murderer the attention he sought, as well as the uprising of a shrine. What kind of society do we live in where memorializing a violent murderer is acceptable? Our hope in the coming days is that all attention will be directed towards the bravery of our lost brother, Det. Melvin Santiago.”
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