The Morris County Chiefs of Police Association held their annual Executive Officer Installation event on December 6th at the Park Savoy. At the event Chief Keith Licata was sworn in to serve as President of the Association for 2017.
In the past Chief Keith Licata has severed as Vice-President of the Association.
More about the Morris County Police Chiefs Association:
It is the mission of the Morris County Police Chiefs Association to secure and improve unity of action in all public safety matters; to elevate the standards of the police profession among our members and the greater law enforcement community; to improve and advance techniques, skills and training of our members and our subordinates so that we may promote greater efficiency and effectiveness in our profession; to ensure our efforts at preventing crime, detecting crime and prosecuting crime are ever improving.
The Morris County Police Chiefs Association further strives to secure a close official relationship among law enforcement officials within our county and throughout the State of New Jersey; to strive to provide for the development of personal relationships with our members in Morris County, the State of New Jersey and with the communities we serve.
The Morris County Police Chiefs Association through the performance of its mission will strive to improve the quality of life for citizens of Morris County. In accomplishing its mission, the Association will take no public position in any political contest, nor shall any candidate for office be endorsed; nor shall any contribution be made to any candidate or political action committee.