Hudson County Sheriff's Office

Community Relations Events

Eventos comunitarios

 

HCSO K-9 Demonstration at P.S 20 in Jersey City New Jersey Wednwsday October 17, 2018

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Hudson County Sheriff Frank X Schillari and members of the Hudson County Sheriff’s Office, K-9 Unit, help Franklin Miranda, who is suffering from terminal  brain cancer  Celebrate his 7th birthday on 10/19/2018. Along with Union City police chief, Richard Molinari and members of the Union City police , the Hudson County Sheriff’s Office was honored to help brighten Franklin special day..

Coffee with a Cop Wednesday October 3, 2018

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Colombus Day Flag Raising 2018

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Food truck event Sept 15, 2018 North Bergen, NJ

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Homemaker Services Sept 14, 2018 Fingerprinting

services for children

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Secaucus New Jersey, Senior fraud and cyber crimes education for seniors Sept, 14 2018

Frank Gargiulo Campus Dedication September 7, 2018

Rebeka Verea Foundation 2018 Symposium

Bring your kids to work day 2018

Barack Obama Elementary School Renaming

Friday June 2, 2017

Jersey City, New Jersey

North Bergen, NJ Summer Festival

Saturday June 3, 2017

RAMADAN IFTAR

by North Hudson Islamic Educational Center

June 1, 2017

Police Unity Tour 2017

HCSO at the Rebeka Verea Seminar 4-26-2017

Hudson County Sheriff's Honor Guard at Naturalization Ceremony City Hall in Jersey City February 22, 2017

The Hudson County Sheriff's Office color guard attends the annual wreath-laying ceremony at the Apple Tree House in Jersey City on Feb. 20, 2017. Legend has it that Gen. George Washington and the Marquis de Lafayette met there sometime between Aug. 24 and 26, 1780, to discuss war strategy. (Richard J. McCormack photo)

HCSO / PAPD Back Pack Giveaway September 2. 2016

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LBGT Flag Raising  August 16, 2016

Puerto Rican Flag Raising  August 15, 2016

Hudson County Memorial Day Services Honoring the Veterans

at Holy Name Cemetery in Jersey City, New Jersey

May 26,2016

 

Newport Centre mall is partnering with Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez and Hudson County Sheriff Frank Schillari to offer child identification kits 

 

The kits are a valuable tool to help authorities locate and identify a missing child, officials said. Representatives of both offices will be at the mall's Center Court to help with the fingerprinting and completing the kits for parents.

"This is a great way to promote child safety within our community and we are pleased to be working with Prosecutor Suarez and Sheriff Schillari on such an important initiative," Jill Daniel, director of marketing and business development at Newport Centre, said in a statement. "This is an event that every parent should take the time to attend with their little ones."

The child ID kits include a fingerprint and other vital information that can be given to authorities should the need arise. The information gathered will be confidential and parents will be the only one to receive the kit. 

"No parent wants to imagine the prospect that one of their children could ever go missing," Suarez said in a statement. "However, this is a way to possess an important safeguard that would be crucial for authorities to utilize in searching for a missing child should that unforeseen event ever occur."

HUDSON COUNTY SHERIFF'S

COLORGUARD

 

The Hudson County Sheriff's Office color guard attends the annual wreath-laying ceremony at the Apple Tree House in Jersey City on Feb. 15, 2016. Legend has it that Gen. George Washington and the Marquis de Lafayette met there sometime between Aug. 24 and 26, 1780, to discuss war strategy. (Richard J. McCormack photo)

Secaucus Girl Scouts Olivia Rich and Shannon Lawlor

present Stuffed Animals For Emergencies (i.e. S.A.F.E.). 

To earn their Bronze Award, the girls collected, laundered and packaged stuffed animals to be used by emergency personnel when dealing with children. The girls distrubuted the animals to the Hudson County Sheriff'S Office, Chief Kevin Flaherty of the Secaucus Police Department and Secaucus Mayor Michael Gonnelli.