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Officer's Widow Meets Man Who Got Husband's Heart

September 9, 2013
The widow of a slain Jersey City Police detective met up with the Vietnam War veteran who received her husband's heart in an organ transplant earlier this year.

Steelers' Roethlisberger Gives K-9 Grant To N.J. Agency

November 2, 2012
The Jersey City PD will use the funds to purchase much needed equipment for their K-9 unit service dogs including crates, ballistic vests, and combat harnesses among other gear for their 10 canines.

N.J. Cop Accidentally Shoots Self While Apprehending Suspect

January 27, 2012
A Jersey City (N.J.) Police officer accidentally shot himself during a fugitive apprehension in Elizabeth Thursday night. He was shot in the abdomen.

Playing the Grant Game

August 2, 2011

What could your department do with $250,000? Would you buy squad cars, add staff, purchase new equipment? What sounds like a pipe dream is actually a dream come true for those departments that have successfully pursued grant monies to fill budgetary shortfalls.

Jersey City Doctor Supplied Steroids To Officers

December 13, 2010
In addition, the newspaper found Joseph Colao often falsely diagnosed his patients with hormone deficiencies to justify his prescriptions, a violation of the law and medical ethics.

Jersey City Mayor Announces Layoffs of 82 Officers

December 2, 2010
The Jersey City PD would also demote two captains, four lieutenants, and six sergeants, after unsuccessful negotiations between the administration and the Police Officers Benevolent Association.

Tough Times for Jersey City Police

August 4, 2009
When the door was forced open with a ram, Officer DiNardo was first in, and immediately hit by a shotgun blast to the face from five feet away.

Hundreds Line Jersey City Streets, As Officer Is Laid to Rest

July 27, 2009
Hundreds of well-wishers lined the streets of Jersey City, N.J., as the casket of slain Det. Marc DiNardo arrived at St. Aedan's Church on Friday escorted by police motorcycles, an honor guard, and a bagpipe band, reports Philly.com.

Jersey City Officer To Be Taken Off Life Support, Organs Harvested

July 21, 2009
The most seriously wounded of the five Jersey City police officers injured in last week's shootout will not survive and his organs will be donated, officials said yesterday as colleagues, family members, and friends said final goodbyes to 37-year-old Marc DiNardo.

Jersey City Officer Marc DiNardo Remains on Life Support, Police Say

July 21, 2009
Authorities on Monday said Officer Marc DiNardo's condition deteriorated and his demise was imminent. Lt. Edgar Martinez said the 37-year-old is still in critical condition at Jersey City Medical Center.

Jersey City Police Hold Hospital Vigil for Critically Wounded Officers

July 17, 2009
Police this morning continued to hold vigil at a hospital for two officers critically wounded in a gun battle Thursday. Officer Marc Dinardo was shot in the left side of the face and Officer Michael Camacho was shot in the neck. Thursday's shootout left six other officers injured and two armed robbery suspects dead.

Five New Jersey Officers Wounded, Two Suspects Killed in Daylight Gunbattle

July 17, 2009
Staked out in an unmarked cruiser on Reed Street in Jersey City, police Lt. Michael Kelly and Detective Marc Lavelle waited patiently for two people last seen in a red Ford Focus, the suspected getaway car in a near-fatal shooting last month.
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