Newark NJ, New Jersey Transit Police Outreach Officers met a stranded family with a baby. The family was far from home in a time of need. Their destination was 2,000+ miles away; and they were at Newark Penn Station. Lacking shelter, funds for travel and food, the family was in a rough spot.
Hoboken NJ, on Wednesday, October 25th, New Jersey Transit Police Officers Brian Rea, Joseph Ragazzo, and Randy Vargas were on patrol at Hoboken Terminal. The officers were on the main concourse when they heard calls for help from the main waiting room. They entered the waiting room and observed a suspect wielding a large camping style axe. The suspect had the axe in hand and was aggressively advancing towards a fleeing man. Continue reading New Jersey Transit Police Disarm Axe-Wielding Man at Hoboken Terminal
Newark NJ, New Jersey Transit Police Lieutenant Miano was supervising a uniformed detail of detectives at stations in the Oranges. At Orange Station, Miano checked in on a detective and noticed this small kitten being fed by passing commuters. The stray kitten climbed Miano’s leg and was lifted into his arms. As Miano departed to complete his duties, he consulted with his family. They decided if it was still there when he returned, he would take the kitten home.
Hackensack NJ, as New Jersey Transit Police officers, we are the only transit police agency in the country with statewide jurisdiction. Our system wide patrols bring opportunities to assist throughout the Garden State.