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Employment History

City of Asbury Park


Chief of Police

Asbury Park Police Department


Web References(79 Total References)


North Beach Asbury Park - News

northbeachasbury.com [cached]

Photographed from left is Mark Kinmon, Asbury Park Police Chief, Greg Demaras from the John C. Conover Agency, Mark McDonald of the John C. Conover Agency and North Beach Sales Team, Kevin Kiddy, Asbury Park Fire Chief, Tom Gilmour, Asbury Park's Director of Commerce and Economic Development, Richard Selikoff, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Paramount Homes, Marianne Schell of the John C. Conover Agency and Carolyn McKeon, North Beach Asbury Park Sales Manager.


Cab driver reportedly shot on Seventh Avenue ‹ Asbury Park Sun

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Police arrived on the scene at approximately 8:21 a.m. today, Tuesday, Nov. 13, Asbury Park Police Chief Mark Kinmon said.
The victim, a 37-year-old Neptune man, is in critical yet stable condition at Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Kinmon said.


thecoaster.net

Asbury Park Police Chief Mark Kinmon retired earlier this month and the department is running under the supervision of Deputy Chief Anthony Salerno.
The question of appointing a new Asbury Park police chief or a civilian police director has been lingering since Police Chief Mark Kinmon announced he was retiring effective Sept. 1. A total $84,629 payout to retired Asbury Park Police Chief Mark Kinmon was unanimously approved by the City Council at last week's meeting. The payout is to compensate Kinmon, who retired effective Sept. 1, for 135 unused sick days and 28 unused vacation days. City officials said that the pay-out was a contractual obligation that the city needed to fulfill. "Chief Kinmon deserves every single penny given him for his service to the city," resident Arnold Faulhaber. Kinmon, 45, has been working in law enforcement for 27 years. He began his work in the city in March of 1990 as a patrol officer and became chief of police in March of 2007. Prior to that, he worked with county law enforcement.


June ‹ 2014 ‹ Asbury Park Sun

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Asbury Park Police Chief Mark Kinmon will retire from his position effective Sept.1, City Manager Jack Kelly has confirmed.
Kinmon notified the city of his intent to retire through an email sent last week.


wobmam.com

No retirement this year for Asbury Park Police Chief Mark Kinmon.
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