The Washington Township Police Department successfully held its second class of Safety Township! This program is modeled after “Safety Town”, which is a safety education program designed to teach areas of traffic safety and public safety to kindergarten aged children in a free community program. The Washington Township Police are working in conjunction with the Washington Township Library and the Washington Township Municipal Alliance . Next week, the children will have a visit from the Washington Township Ambulance Corp.

Today the children were able to learn about Fire Safety, Calling 911 when there is a fire, Stop – Drop and Roll and other helpful fire tips from the Washington Township Volunteer Fire Department.  The Washington Township Volunteer Fire Department brought down Fire Engine 44 with Volunteer Fireman who showed the children the fire truck, let them shoot a fire hose at a cone and then got to “cool down” compliments of the Washington Township Fire Department!

Special Thanks to the Washington Township Volunteer Fire Department and attending members Deputy Chief Zach Miros, Battalion Chief Frank Aiello as well as Ex-Chief Jim Zacconie, Firefighter Mike Vanore, Firefighter Tim Meier and Firefighter Vincent Montalbano Jr.  Below are some pictures of todays visit!


Any additional information about this program, please reach out to PO Osenbruck by e-mail or by calling 201-664-1140.