New N.J. chief sets aggressive agenda
By Deeha Yellin
The Hackensack Record
TENAFLY, N.J. — School security, heading off burglaries and preventing car accidents: Robert Chamberlain has set himself an aggressive hometown agenda as he takes his post as borough police chief today.
Chamberlain, 42, has served in the Police Department since 1994 and received unanimous Borough Council appointment as chief at its meeting Tuesday night. He succeeds Michael Bruno, who retired Thursday after 28 years on the force. Bruno has been hired as executive director of the Human Needs Food Pantry in Montclair, a non-profit organization that provides food to the poor in the Essex County area.
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