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Police Department

POLICE, FIRE, MEDICAL EMERGENCIES: 9-1-1Police Department HeadquartersCALL: 973- 423-1111 | FAX: 973-304-0978

Fire Department Website northhaledonfire.com
North Haledon Ambulance Website www.nhems.org


CHIEF
Robert Bracco

ACTING CHIEF 
Todd Darby

CAPTAIN
Marc Rowe

LIEUTENANTS
David Parenta 
Anthony Conforti

SERGEANTS
Michael Zimmer
Peter Dudas
Dean Fusco
Michael Cedar

DETECTIVES
Sgt. Anthony Padula III
Colleen Carver 

TRAFFIC OFFICER 
Sean Phillips 

POLICE OFFICERS
Robert Ormezzano
Paul Levajac
Christopher Canova
John Kaslander
Sean Hagedoorn
Alex Parenta
Franklin Santora 
Nick Florio 

SPECIAL POLICE OFFICERS
Joe Trommelen 
Richard Giannetti
John DeBlasio
Austin Coiro
Erik Macarico

 The North Haledon Police Department, under the command of Chief Robert Bracco, Acting Chief Todd Darby, Captain Marc Rowe and Lieutenants David Parenta and Anthony Conforti is comprised of twenty sworn police officers, including the chief, acting chief, captain,two lieutenants, four sergeants, one detective sergeant, one detective and eight patrol officers, one of which is assigned to traffic enforcement and is also the liaison to the schools through the LEAD program. Two Class II Special Police Officers supplement the patrol force, and there are seven civilian support staff, including a records clerk, three full-time dispatchers and three part-time dispatchers. All patrol officers and a majority of the civilian staff have received training as Emergency Medical Technicians. Along with the defibrillators carried in the police units, this training enables members of the Police Department to respond to medical emergencies and begin first aid and/or lifesaving efforts prior to the response of emergency medical personnel. Emphasizing the importance of education, fourteen officers have, or are pursuing, degrees in criminal justice. Eight of these officers have already gone on to receive their Masters Degree in Public Administration and Human Resources. All officers receive ongoing training in law enforcement practices by attending in-service training at the police academies located in Passaic County and throughout the state. Please remember to report any suspicious activity and to call 9-1-1 to report an emergency or 973-423-1111 for any other police matter.