Jackson Police Officers Take the Polar Bear Plunge

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Originally published by JPD Sgt. Christopher Parise,

JACKSON-On Saturday February 25, 9 members of the Jackson Police Department took part in the annual Polar Bear Plunge in Seaside Heights. Our Officers were part of the approximate 7,000 people who braved the 42 degree water temperatures to help raise money for the Special Olympics of New Jersey. In the picture below is Sgt Larry Logan, P.O. Robert Reiff, Sgt Christopher Parise, P.O. Kyle Stybe, P.O. Wes Thomason, Sgt Fred Meabe, P.O. Keith French, P.O. Derek Thomason and P.O. Andy Falzarano. Approximately 40,000 people were present at the event which raised 1.8 million dollars for the Special Olympics of New Jersey.

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