"During the past year, the police department was one of three municipalities to commit resources to the Union County Prosecutors Office Body Camera Initiative. Our department provided information from fourteen officers whose body-worn camera footage was randomly selected and reviewed for several quality control standards.
Standards that ranged from courtesy to community, demeanor, officer knowledge, and training, to name a few. Upon capturing video footage, it was reviewed by two different Supervisors that critiqued the information. The program has to lead to additional training as well acknowledgments for jobs that would have gone unnoticed.
Today Acting Prosecutor Ruotolo and Director Parham presented the Roselle Police Department and me a plaque for our commitment.
We are thankful to be a part of such progressive and innovative thinkers that have continued to advocate for the law enforcement profession and its advancement, despite the difficult times. We are always looking for ways to improve and participating in this Pilot Program was just that. My commitment is to continue with Police transparency between the Roselle Police Department and our community."