TINTON FALLS, NJ - On July 22, Seabrook hosted 38 cadets from the Tinton Falls Junior Police Academy, along with 6 Tinton Falls police officers and another 6 Academy mentors. The cadets took a tour of campus, filmed a show in Seabrook’s TV Studio, met with staff in the Security Department, learned about employment and volunteer opportunities at Seabrook, and had lunch with residents.
During the visit, Seabrook resident Judy Tier presented a $2,833 donation on behalf of residents to Detective Sgt. Michael Delucia. Also, Executive Director Todd DeLaney gave a $500 donation to Delucia. The Police Department used the money to fund the Junior Police Academy.
“Thank you to our residents and staff for welcoming the Junior Police Academy to campus,” said Seabrook’s Philanthropy Coordinator Ann Marie Matthews. “It was a wonderful day.”
Photo 1: Junior Police Academy Cadets
Photo 2: Seabrook resident Judy Tier presents check to Detective Sgt. Michael Delucia.
Photo 3: Junior Police Academy Cadets film a show in Seabrook TV studio.