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Possible candidates include Capt. Mark ...
Possible candidates include Capt. Mark Spitzer and lieutenants Andrew Agens, John Glinko, Steven Beecher and Donald Gardner.
...Glinko joined the department in 1980 and worked as a patrol officer along with assignments to the Special Operations Unit and Traffic Safety Bureau.In 1986 he was promoted to sergeant and has been assigned as Special Operations Commander, Assistant Patrol Division Commander, Task Force Commander and B-Squad Commander.In 1995 he was promoted to Lieutenant and is currently assigned as the Support Services Division Commander.
has received numerous departmental awards including two Medals of Honor, one Exceptional Duty Award, four Honorable Service Awards, three Grand Cordons, a Program Development Award, an Educational Achievement Award and the Mount Olive Police Physical Fitness Award (1998).He
has also received the Lions Club Award for Distinguished and Heroic Service (1987). Glinko holds an associate of science degree in criminal justice from County College of Morris.He is also a graduate of Northwestern University Traffic Institute's School of Police Staff and Command, West Point's Command and Leadership Program and Northwestern University's Executive Management Program. Glinko
is credited for developing the town's domestic violence Crisis Response Team (CRT) as well as the automated external defibrilator (AED) program.
Agens joined the department in 1978 after graduating from the basic police course at the N.J. State Police Academy
in Sea Girt.He was promoted to sergeant in 1986 and promoted to lieutenant in 1995.
Agens has served on the department's Special Operations Unit and was a Team Leader.He is currently assigned as the commander of the Records and Communication Division.He also serves as a department firearms instructor and armorer, pepper spray instructor and NCIC Terminal Agency Administrator.
has received numerous departmental awards including a Medal of Honor, a Meritorious Duty Award, a Life Saving Award, four Honorable Service Awards, a Grand Cordon and an Educational Achievement Award.
John Glinko , consists of 24 Patrol Officers and 5 Sergeants.
John Glinko retires after ...
John Glinko retires after storied career
Friday afternoon, Mount Olive Police Lieutenant John Glinko finished his shift, the final one of... - 5:25 pm
Lt. John S. Glinko Jr.
Lieutenant Glinko joined the department in 1980 and was assigned as a patrol officer.
In 1986 he was promoted to Sergeant and was assigned as Special Operations Unit Commander and Task Force Commander.
In 1995 he was promoted to Lieutenant and served as the Patrol Division Commander for nine years.
He is currently the Commander of the Support Services Division where he oversees the Traffic Bureau, D.A.R.E. Program, School Resource Office Program, as well as other support functions.
has received numerous departmental awards including two Medals of Honor, an Exceptional Duty Award for recovering a kidnapped child, Honorable Service Awards, Program Development Awards, Grand Cordons, Educational Achievement Award and the Mt. Olive Police Physical Fitness Award.
has also received the Lions Club Award for Distinguished and Heroic Service.
Lt. Glinko holds an A.S. Degree in Criminal Justice and is a graduate of Northwestern University School of Police Staff and Command
, Northwestern University's
Executive Management Program and West Point's Command and Leadership Program.
Since 2004 he has also been a member of the Police Unity Tour, making the 300 mile 4 day bicycle ride each year since joining the organization.
Mt. Olive Township Police Department