Meet the new Hoboken Police Chief!

8/19/2009 Reminder:

If you live uptown – see what the “brass” has to say tonight at 7pm!

8/15/2009:

Presentations about neighborhood issues, too!

This coming Wednesday, August 19th at 7pm, head over to the Wallace Primary School (11th and Willow) to meet the new Hoboken Police Chief Anthony P. Falco, Sr.!

Along with the Hoboken Community Policing Unit, you can also observe presentations on various issues plaguing the city. From the perpetual parking problems, traffic and double parkers, all the pedestrians getting hit by cars, when to call 911, burglaries and thefts.

Note: this community meeting is only for residents who live between 8th and 12th, Washington to Willow.

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14 Comments on "Meet the new Hoboken Police Chief!"

Margaret
Member

The police and fire personnel who were there were very informative and courteous, including our NEW Chief. The politicians were the usual politicians, and did and said the
same they always do.

nacholibre
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nacholibre

Is Fire Marshal Bill scheduled for any safety talks?

Stpaddygirl
Member

WTF? So I live on 2nd Street so I can’t meet the new police chief? Will I need to show my drivers license to enter the Wallace School?

pawzclawz
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pawzclawz

I can’t go either. I live on 13th & Garden. That’s the 2nd ward. If I get my petsitting job done in enough time. I will attend Beth Mason’s meeting instead. I guess like alot of us. I am curious as to why. It’s only for certain blocks and a certain ward.

In response to Stpaddygirl who said:
WTF? So I live on 2nd Street so I can’t meet the new police chief? Will I need to show my drivers license to enter the Wallace School?

whineanddineinhob
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whineanddineinhob

Does the term “crowd control” mean anything to you? (rolling eyes)

In response to pawzclawz who said:
I can’t go either. I live on 13th & Garden. That’s the 2nd ward. If I get my petsitting job done in enough time. I will attend Beth Mason’s meeting instead. I guess like alot of us. I am curious as to why. It’s only for certain blocks and a certain ward.

whineanddineinhob
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whineanddineinhob

Use your damn head. It’s obvious their intention is have these meetings for different sections in the city to avoid crowds and address concerns for certain areas one at a time at different dates. Are you still drunk from March 17th?

In response to Stpaddygirl who said:
WTF? So I live on 2nd Street so I can’t meet the new police chief? Will I need to show my drivers license to enter the Wallace School?

pawzclawz
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pawzclawz

Who spit in your oatmeal this morning? Apparently you are the only person who is assuming that this will take place at other times and in other parts of town.

In response to whineanddineinhob who said:
Use your damn head. It’s obvious their intention is have these meetings for different sections in the city to avoid crowds and address concerns for certain areas one at a time at different dates. Are you still drunk from March 17th?

homeworld
Member

The intention of the Hoboken police is never obvious.

In response to whineanddineinhob who said:
Use your damn head. It’s obvious their intention is have these meetings for different sections in the city to avoid crowds and address concerns for certain areas one at a time at different dates. Are you still drunk from March 17th?

whineanddineinhob
Member
whineanddineinhob

Next time I go to a bar I’ll be having the same thing as you two twits.

In response to homeworld who said:
The intention of the Hoboken police is never obvious.

homeworld
Member

There was a Hoboken Police car driving behind me with the red/blue emergency police lights flashing, so I pulled over so he could pass. The cop then pulled along side me and proceeded to scold me for pulling over in front of a hydrant.

I tried explaining to him that he had his lights flashing, so I was pulling over to let him pass, but he continued to insist his lights were not on. I then pointed at his lights that were STILL flashing, and then drove away in a huff…

In response to whineanddineinhob who said:
Next time I go to a bar I’ll be having the same thing as you two twits.

realstuff
Member
realstuff

This real public safety education is real-good-stuff! This should be expanded, followed up and monitored for results. Please try to attend since this may save your life or that of another….good luck Chief Falco!

jman01
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jman01

I don’t think you’re allowed to attend unless you live in a certain part of the 5th ward and maybe some of the 2nd ward (For residents 8th to 12th St. and Washington to Willow).

They sure have limited this to a specific demographic. Why?

In response to realstuff who said:
This real public safety education is real-good-stuff! This should be expanded, followed up and monitored for results. Please try to attend since this may save your life or that of another….good luck Chief Falco!

PJIII
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PJIII

The real question is why was this scheduled on the same night as Beth’s presentation, especially considering that the people most affected by Beth’s proposed plan live in the 5th Ward?

Perry should check to see when (if) they will be doing this in other wards? It will be telling if this is only planned for the 5th Ward on the night of Beth’s presentation but not planned for any of our other wards. What about the 4th Ward, where crime and other tragic incidents are highest?

Are they really checking ID’s for addresses tonight?

More silly Zimmer/Lenz politics.

In response to jman01 who said:
I don’t think you’re allowed to attend unless you live in a certain part of the 5th ward and maybe some of the 2nd ward (For residents 8th to 12th St. and Washington to Willow).

They sure have limited this to a specific demographic. Why?

realstuff
Member
realstuff

That’s why I commented that it should be expanded. This education should cover the entire City abd in addition to crime prevention and traffic safety, it should cover the hazards of fire, storms, hurricanes, floods, terriorism and any disaster that poses a risk to public safety. I recently served on a policy committee that forwarded recommendations to the public safety director and Mayor Zimmer. I feed assured that the new Police and Fire Chiefs will be very progressive in this area.

In response to jman01 who said:
I don’t think you’re allowed to attend unless you live in a certain part of the 5th ward and maybe some of the 2nd ward (For residents 8th to 12th St. and Washington to Willow).

They sure have limited this to a specific demographic. Why?

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