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Jefferson Deputy Chief Eric Wilsusen announces retirement

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Strong media advocate of Police and Media Communications set to retire at the end of the year.

Deputy Chief Eric Wilsusen has been in law enforcement for 31 years, and served as the public information officer (PIO) for the department for 26 of those years. During that period he has always been a positive advocate of communicating to the media what’s occurring within the police department and the many different community events the Jefferson Police are involved in.

Eric WilsusenMost recently he was heavily involved in the Police Trading Card program, where kids within the area needed to collect all of the officer’s playing cards. He also taught courses at the Morris County Police Academy since the early 90”s.

Going forward his replacement as the PIO for the department will be Detective Joseph Kratzel, who has been his back-up for many years. He can be reached at 973-208-6153 or jkratzel@jeffersonpolice.com.

Please take a moment to thank Deputy Chief Eric Wilsusen for his service, as he can be reached at EWilsusen@jeffersonpolice.com.

The Hopatcong Lake Regional News team would like to take this opportunity to thank Deputy Chief Eric Wilsusen for his open communications and service to the police force, community and media..

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