Atlantic City Police Open New Boardwalk Substation

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ATLANTIC CITY, NJ – The Atlantic City Police Department has a new substation located inside the Arcade Building, 1325 Boardwalk.

“In partnership with the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA), the Atlantic City Police Department Tourism District Unit (TDU) will be working out of a new substation located directly on the boardwalk and in close proximity to casinos, boardwalk restaurants, shops, and beaches,” the department said.

The Atlantic City Police Department’s Tourism District Unit consists of Class II Special Law Enforcement Officers and our new substation will allow for Class II officers to quickly deploy and address quality of life issues and public safety matters on the world famous boardwalk.

“Yesterday, roll call was conducted with the Class II officers on the boardwalk. Interim Officer in Charge James Sarkos, Captain Rudy Lushina, and Lieutenant Alexus Zeilinger also addressed the officers who will be working the busy July 4th weekend. Also present at the roll call President of the Citizen Advisory Review Board Joyce Mollineaux and Director of Special Improvement District for CRDA Rick Santoro,” the department said.