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DOWN THE SHORE: Avalon Mayor Swears in Two New Police Officers

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Mayor Pagliughi congratulates Daniel Featherer
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Chief Christopher pins Officer Stoltenberg

Avalon Mayor Martin Pagliughi officially swore in two new members to the Avalon Police Department during the Council meeting of July 14, 2021.  Daniel Featherer and Joseph Stoltenberg were both sworn in before Council, and received their badges from Police Chief Jeffrey Christopher.

Officer Featherer scored at the top of his class in the physical fitness test with a score of 98.5%.  He possesses a bachelor’s degree from Wesley College.  His law enforcement career began in Sea Isle City as a special officer, and he came to Avalon highly recommended by their Chief.  Featherer graduated the police academy in January where he earned the highest overall score in his class.

Officer Stoltenberg began his law enforcement career in Avalon in 2017 as a special officer.  He earned a bachelor’s degree from William Patterson University, in Criminal Justice.  Stoltenberg graduated the police academy in April where he ranked first in his class with the highest overall combined average in firearms, physical fitness, academics, and vehicle operations.

 

The above first appeared on the Avalon Community site

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