Sit back and relax and learn more about the police who protect the community we live in between Monmouth and Ocean Counties by watching 'Ask The Chief'.

Our 'Ask The Chief' show is special digital video series you can watch on our website, Facebook page and FREE Mobile App and it's where Police Chiefs from Monmouth and Ocean Counties join me for a discussion on current events, safety procedures, community programs, the state of police in today's society and more.

We have had 6 police chiefs from across the Jersey Shore on 'Ask The Chief' to date with more episodes in the works, so stay tuned!

In the meantime, here's an opportunity to catch up until the next episode.

Toms River Police Chief Mitch Little joined us for episode 1 of 'Ask The Chief' in October of 2019 prior to the annual Halloween Parade in downtown Toms River on Facebook LIVE.

Brick Police Chief James Riccio joined us for episode 2 of 'Ask The Chief' following a shooting that took place near Brick Memorial High School late in 2019.

Barnegat Police Chief Keith Germain joined us for episode 3 following a rumored threat inside of the Brackman Middle School in January of 2020.

Stafford Police Chief Tom Dellane joined us for episode 4 in our series in February of 2020 discussing a number of topics including the 'On Point' mental health program.

Marlboro Police Chief Peter Pezzullo joined us for the 5th episode of 'Ask The Chief' in March of 2020 discussing their participation in a pilot program launched in late in 2019 by the Monmouth County Prosecutors Office.

Long Branch Police Chief Jason Roebuck joined us for the 6th episode of 'Ask The Chief' to discuss the Covid-19 pandemic, the Black Lives Matter demonstrations and how 2020 has changed police work.

Stay tuned for the announcement and video of the 7th episode of our 'Ask The Chief' show and download our FREE Mobile App to view it anywhere!

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