Randolph Swears in New Police Officer at Council Meeting
Friday, November 1, 2013 • 6:20pm
RANDOLPH, NJ - Jason Del Turco was officially sworn in and became Randolph’s newest police officer on Oct. 24.
Chief of Police David Stokoe said, “This is just the beginning of several new officers hopefully being added to the Randolph Police Department staff over the next several months. The police force is down in numbers and we look forward to getting the officer number of 29 back up closer to the original number of 41.”
Del Turco graduated from Mount Olive High School in 1996, and received his Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice from Seton Hall University. He is an FBI-certified bomb technician who spent more than nine years with the sheriff's office, seven of which were spent in the Emergency Services Section. He has been involved in numerous narcotics investigations as well as patrol operations. Being a member of the New Jersey State Police render safe task, Del Turco has worked for large events at Met Life Stadium as well as other locations throughout the state.
He is looking forward to starting this new chapter of his Law Enforcement Career with the Randolph Township Police Department.