East Windsor Township Mayor Janice S. Mironov Administers Oath of Office to Three New Police Officers

Published on May 30, 2018 at 01:28p.m.

Mayor Janice S. Mironov administered oaths of office to new police officers Robert M. Galvin, Nicholas A. Hoffmann, and Brian T. Rust, who fill police department vacancies resulting from recent police department retirements and promotions.  All three police officers Galvin, Hoffmann and Rust will be assigned to the Uniform Services Division of the police department.

Police Officer Robert Galvin, who graduated from the Cape May Police Academy in June 2016, obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice at Stockton University.  He was previously employed at a private personal security company. 
Officer Nicholas Hoffmann, who graduated from the Essex County Police Academy in December 2017, obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice at Pennsylvania State University in May 2010.   He previously was a membership counselor at The New Jersey Athletic Club.

Officer Brain Rust, who graduated from the Gloucester County Police Academy in May 2014, obtained an Associates in Science Degree at Burlington County Community College in August 2010 and a Bachelor of Science Degree from Rutgers University in January 2013.  He was previously a police officer in Gibbsboro Township.

Mayor Mironov “welcomed the large number of police officers in attendance to support these new police officers,” and stated, "I congratulate these new police officers who have the good career fortune to join an outstanding professional and community caring organization of officers under the leadership of Chief Geary and our superior ranked officers.”

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Mayor Janice S. Mironov administered oaths of office to new police officers Robert M. Glavin, Nicholas A. Hoffmann and Brian T. Rust, who are filling police vacancies.  Pictured (from left to right) are:  Mayor Janice S. Mironov;  Police Officer Nicholas A. Hoffmann;  Police Officer Robert M. Galvin;  Police Officer Brian T. Rust, and Chief of Police James Geary. 

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