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Memoirs of a Newark, New Jersey Police Officer
Anthony J. Carbo  More Info

About the Newark Police Department

The Newark Police Department has two primary divisions and several important bureaus.  The Patrol Division and the Detective Division are the largest organizational entities within the Newark Police Department.  The Patrol Division, the largest, is organized into four police district commands and a Tactical Patrol Bureau.

 

The Detective Division of the Newark Police Department is organized into four components: Major Crimes Bureau; General Investigations; Narcotics; and the Property and Evidence Bureau.  The Bureaus of the Newark Police Department include: Records and Communications Bureau; Special Operations Bureau, Youth and Community Services Bureau; and, the Internal Affairs Bureau.

In 1964, Anthony J. Carbo joined the Newark Police Department.  During his career he worked patrol, traffic and the Patrol Division Crimes Prevention Unit.  He retired in 1979.  He is the author of Memoirs of a Newark, New Jersey Police Officer.  According to the book description, his book is “a story from a police officer telling of his personal thoughts.  These are fast moving episodes that go from one incident to another at a quick and moving pace telling of life, death, unrest and riots during some of the most turbulent years from 1964 to 1979 in the City of Newark.”

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