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Police Blotter 01/04/2021 - 01/10/2021

Police Blotter 01/04/2021 - 01/10/2021

▶ Posted 01-11-2021, From Secaucus Police

Last week's arrests and incidents as released by the Secaucus police.

The Secaucus Police Department is Seeking Qualified Candidates

The Secaucus Police Department is Seeking Qualified Candidates

▶ Posted 01-08-2021, From Secaucus Police

The Secaucus Police Department is now accepting applications for entry level police officers.

Secaucus Vaccination POD Fully Operational

Secaucus Vaccination POD Fully Operational

▶ Posted 01-08-2021, From Secaucus Township

Mayor Michael Gonnelli and the Town Council are happy to announce that the Secaucus Vaccination POD is now fully operational.

01/07 Update on Secaucus' Coronavirus Statistics

01/07 Update on Secaucus' Coronavirus Statistics

▶ Posted 01-08-2021, By Staff Writer

There was a huge spike in new COVID-19 cases over the past two weeks. This is very disappointing since the infection rate had been slowing down before then.

Secaucus Police Traffic Bureau Locates Hit & Run Driver

Secaucus Police Traffic Bureau Locates Hit & Run Driver

▶ Posted 01-06-2021, From Secaucus Police

The Secaucus Police Department recently issued this press release regarding the incident.

Drug Take-Back

Drug Take-Back

▶ Posted 01-05-2021, From Secaucus Township

Turn in your unused or expired medication for safe disposal.

Police Blotter 12/28/2020 - 01/03/2021

Police Blotter 12/28/2020 - 01/03/2021

▶ Posted 01-04-2021, From Secaucus Police

Last week's arrests and incidents as released by the Secaucus police.

First Vaccines Administered at the Secaucus POD

First Vaccines Administered at the Secaucus POD

▶ Posted 12-30-2020, From Secaucus Township

Secaucus just received a very limited batch of vaccines that were administered to healthcare workers and emergency personnel.

Town Hall Closing Early

Town Hall Closing Early

▶ Posted 12-29-2020, From Secaucus Township

Town Hall will be closing early on Thursday, December 31, 2020.

Woman Charged with Stealing Over One Million Dollars from Secaucus Business

Woman Charged with Stealing Over One Million Dollars from Secaucus Business

▶ Posted 12-28-2020, From Secaucus Police

The Secaucus Police Department recently issued this press release regarding the incident.

12/25 Update on Secaucus' Coronavirus Statistics

12/25 Update on Secaucus' Coronavirus Statistics

▶ Posted 12-25-2020, By Staff Writer

Secaucus' COVID-19 infection rate held steady this week, although there was an additional coronavirus-related death reported.

Recreation Center Returns to Membership Only Policy

Recreation Center Returns to Membership Only Policy

▶ Posted 12-23-2020, From Secaucus Township

As of January 1, 2021, the Recreation Center will go back to a membership only policy.

Secaucus COVID-19 Vaccine Point of Distribution (POD)

Secaucus COVID-19 Vaccine Point of Distribution (POD)

▶ Posted 12-23-2020, From Secaucus Township

A COVID-19 Vaccine Point of Distribution (POD) site is being organized to help vaccinate Secaucus residents.

Police Blotter 12/14/2020 - 12/20/2020

Police Blotter 12/14/2020 - 12/20/2020

▶ Posted 12-21-2020, From Secaucus Police

Last week's arrests and incidents as released by the Secaucus police.

Craft at Santa's Workshop

Craft at Santa's Workshop

▶ Posted 12-18-2020, From Secaucus Township

Pick up a holiday craft to create at home.

12/18 Update on Secaucus' Coronavirus Statistics

12/18 Update on Secaucus' Coronavirus Statistics

▶ Posted 12-18-2020, By Staff Writer

Although the infection rate is still very high compared to two months ago, it did slow down significantly this week.

Garbage Pick Up on Christmas or New Year's Day

Garbage Pick Up on Christmas or New Year's Day

▶ Posted 12-14-2020, From Secaucus Township

Garbage pick up will be suspended on Christmas and New Year's Day.

Loaded Handgun with “High Capacity Magazine” Seized During Motor Vehicle Stop in Secaucus

Loaded Handgun with “High Capacity Magazine” Seized During Motor Vehicle Stop in Secaucus

▶ Posted 12-14-2020, From Secaucus Police

The Secaucus Police Department recently issued this press release regarding the incident.

Police Blotter 12/07/2020 - 12/13/2020

Police Blotter 12/07/2020 - 12/13/2020

▶ Posted 12-14-2020, From Secaucus Police

Last week's arrests and incidents as released by the Secaucus police.

Secaucus Police Unveils Hybrid Police Vehicles

Secaucus Police Unveils Hybrid Police Vehicles

▶ Posted 12-11-2020, From Secaucus Police

The Secaucus Police Department recently issued this press release regarding the incident.

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