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NJ Transit Police Locate Missing Autistic Child

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the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Newark NJ, A missing autistic child located and a family reunited thanks to diligent police work initiated by an observant commuter.

On Tuesday night, NJ Transit Police Officer Brian Zavistovski responded to a commuter’s tip describing a little girl who was possibly in need of help at Hoboken Terminal. Upon locating the juvenile, Officer Zavistovski immediately recognized communication barriers. The 10-year-old juvenile was non-verbal and she did not respond to his attempts to communicate.

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Ridgewood Police Department are rocking one sock for the Rock One Sock Challenge

Ridgewood Police#RockOneSock?

May 26,2016

the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Ridgewood NJ, hashtag #‎RockOneSock‬ RPD is rocking one sock for the Rock One Sock Challenge: Post a “footsie” wearing one sock as a symbol of hope for our nation’s missing children and challenge three others to do the same! #RockoneSock this May in honor of National Missing Children’s Month.

Please visit https://www.rockonesock.org to learn more.”

Why #RockOneSock?

Missing children’s issues do not affect every household, but we wanted to give the average person a chance to show that they stand in solidarity with missing children and their families. Our goal is to take something tangible and make a viral phenomenon that bringshope and inspiration to National Missing Children’s Day (May 25, 2016). During the month of May, we’re asking everyone to wear one sock, take a “footsie” (a picture or video of your feet with one sock) and post it to social media using the hashtag #RockOneSock. Continue to spread awareness and support by tagging friends to either do the #RockOneSock challenge or make a donation to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. Let it start a conversation with your friends and family!