2016-05-11 / Local News

Jewish community honors law enforcement



William F. Sweeney, Jr. (pictured), the FBI special agent in charge for the region, was the keynote speaker at the Jewish Community of Southern New Jersey Law Enforcement Appreciation Program held in April at Temple Emanuel in Cherry Hill. The event, organized by the South Jersey Men’s Club, and held in partnership with the JCRC; ADL; Shomrim Delaware Valley; Camden County Sheriff; Burlington, Camden, and Gloucester County Police Chiefs Associations; and Burlington and Camden County Detectives Associations, is an expression of the Jewish community’s deep appreciation for the service provided by members of law enforcement organizations. About 150 people attended the event, at which at least 35 local, county, state and federal agencies were represented. William F. Sweeney, Jr. (pictured), the FBI special agent in charge for the region, was the keynote speaker at the Jewish Community of Southern New Jersey Law Enforcement Appreciation Program held in April at Temple Emanuel in Cherry Hill. The event, organized by the South Jersey Men’s Club, and held in partnership with the JCRC; ADL; Shomrim Delaware Valley; Camden County Sheriff; Burlington, Camden, and Gloucester County Police Chiefs Associations; and Burlington and Camden County Detectives Associations, is an expression of the Jewish community’s deep appreciation for the service provided by members of law enforcement organizations. About 150 people attended the event, at which at least 35 local, county, state and federal agencies were represented.

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