Jackson To Appoint Moshe Heinemann As Police Chaplain

The Jackson Township Council is slated to appoint Central Jersey Hatzolah member and Jackson resident Mo Heinemann to be a police chaplain alongside Rev. Dan Schafer, who has been serving in the position for many years.

Heinemann, who received approbations from Jackson rabbanim to apply for the chaplain position, bring a wealth of experience with him from his past work as a chaplain with the Lakewood Police Department.

Separately, the Council is also set to appoint Moshe Heiman to the Jackson Zoning Board as a second alternate member.

 

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    • This is craziest thing ever u need ✡️ police when Jackson police are the best in the country 😳 I don’t get why bunch of bull u people should pay full taxes and stop so not rite

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