Tour de Force 2011

Anyone want to take a bike ride…….to Washington D.C.?  As incredible as it sounds members of our department did just that last week when they joined several hundred other Officers from around the country and rode from Ground Zero to the Pentagon.  The 340 mile trip was completed in four days and raised over four [...]

Team Sayreville 2011

Anyone want to take a bike ride…….to Washington D.C.?  As incredible as it sounds members of our department did just that last week when they joined several hundred other Officers from around the country and rode from Ground Zero to the Pentagon.  The 340 mile trip was completed in four days and raised over four hundred thousand dollars for families of Law Enforcement Officers killed in the line of duty.

 

Established in 2001 by a core group of NYPD Officers this event continues to grow.  In addition to it’s fundraising success the event raises awareness of the sacrifice members of the thin blue line make every day.  This year our team included riders Sergeants Sean O’Donnell and Peter Skarzynski, Officer Keith Grausam, and Chief John Zebrowski.  Equally important was the participation of our support crew of Sergeant William Gottstine, Ruben Salgado and Rich Jurkiewicz who provided repair and logistical support for the ride.

 

Our Department is very proud of our members who gave freely of their time to make this annual event a success.  If you would like more information about the ride you can visit TourDeForce.com.

 

Wortley Retires

Looking for a graceful exit Officer Henry Wortley asked us to forgo our traditional retirement ceremony for something a bit more low key.  Little did he know that thanks to our recent visit from Hurricane Irene he would be ending his career as a Sayreville Police Officer with a bang. A veteran of the United [...]

Looking for a graceful exit Officer Henry Wortley asked us to forgo our traditional retirement ceremony for something a bit more low key.  Little did he know that thanks to our recent visit from Hurricane Irene he would be ending his career as a Sayreville Police Officer with a bang.

A veteran of the United States Marine Corps, Wortley began his service with the Sayreville Police Department on August 25, 1986.  He was a graduate of the 46th Basic Class at the Middlesex County Police academy where he was a standout in the boxing ring.  After graduation he was assigned to the Patrol Division where he spent his entire career.  Hank’s two plus decades were punctuated with several high profile arrests and we are sure he will have a few tales to share with his new neighbors in Myrtle Beach.  Chief Zebrowski and all the Officer of the Sayreville Police Department wish Hank the best of luck.  Semper Fi.

Officer Henry "Hank" Wortley badge #84

 

A New Look

Building on the firm foundation built by preceding generations of Sayreville Police the department has been busy instituting operation changes to provide even higher qualities of police service to the community. Those types of change aren’t always easy to see. Looking for a way to communicate the fact that good things are happening here at [...]

Chief John Zebrowski and PBA President David Sivilli with our new logo

Building on the firm foundation built by preceding generations of Sayreville Police the department has been busy instituting operation changes to provide even higher qualities of police service to the community. Those types of change aren’t always easy to see. Looking for a way to communicate the fact that good things are happening here at 1000 Main Street, Chief Zebrowski asked Patrick Kennedy of Grafix Solutions to develop a new logo for our department. Mr. Kennedy provided the services of his entire Hartle Street staff and developed an eye catching design.

Blending the old with the new the design incorporates our new patch along with an original artist’s rendering of our building when it was proposed in the 1970′s. Featured prominently is our new motto “Serving the Community with Honor, Integrity, and Professionalism”.

We are proud of the new logo and hope it serves as an outward sign of our ongoing commitment to the community.