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Cranbury Township Police Department
Thursday April 11th, 2019 :: 01:32 p.m. CDT


Cranbury Township Police Department Announces “Traffic Safety Bureau”

Cranbury Township Police Department Announces
“Traffic Safety Bureau”

In an effort to address the ever-growing traffic safety concerns faced by our community, the Cranbury Township Police Department has established a Traffic Safety Bureau. With the recent addition of our two new Officers, the police department has reassigned two veteran Officers to the Bureau. Police Officers Michael Cipriano and Jillian Dworzanski have been tasked with carrying out the day to day operations of the newly adopted yet essential function of the Police Department.

“Traffic Safety is routinely regarded as the number one quality of life concern by the residents of Cranbury. The addition of the Traffic Safety Bureau will allow the department to better address this issue” said Police Chief Rickey Varga. Over the past decade, the level of traffic safety that our residents are accustomed to has been challenged due to both residential and commercial growth in and around Cranbury. “Officers Cipriano and Dworzanski will heighten traffic safety awareness through enforcement and programs which target traffic safety needs specific to our community” said Chief Varga. With feedback from the Department’s Traffic Complaint System and use of specialized equipment such as the covert traffic counter, we have identified and are prepared to target all of our traffic safety concerns.

Enforcement strategies will place an emphasis on motor vehicle stops and summonses for those drivers violating motor vehicle laws. Traffic awareness programs will be deployed to educate motorists, bicyclists and pedestrians alike in an effort to share in the responsibility of traffic safety. Programs will be geared towards interactive awareness with the public. The use of electronic speed signs, message boards, banners and lawn signs will complement our speeding, distracted driving and pedestrian crosswalk enforcement/awareness campaigns. In addition, Officers will work with children through programs specifically designed to help them better understand their role in traffic safety. “Investing our children in traffic safety not only helps to insure their safety now but also better prepares them to understand and appreciate the importance of traffic safety when they find themselves in the driver’s seat. Our steadfast goal is to keep Cranbury one of the safest communities in the state” added Chief Varga.

Cranbury Township Police Department
1 Logan Drive
Cranbury, NJ 08512

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 609-395-0031

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