WYCKOFF, N.J. -- Wyckoff officials swear in two new police officers Tuesday night.
Joseph B. Fullam, 30, brings two years of experience with the Palisades Interstate Parkway police after being graduated from the Cape May County Police Academy.
He served with the U.S. Air Force from 2003 to 2008, including assignments as a military police officer and in Montana and Turkey, where he provided security at nuclear weapons facilities, Police Chief Benjamin Fox said.
A Ramsey resident, Fullam obtained a Bachelors degree in criminal justice from Fairleigh Dickinson University and is currently working on a Masters in Homeland Security at FDU.
After six weeks with a field training officer, he will be assigned to patrol duties, Fox said.
Kenneth J. Marcoux, 27, was a part-time Wyckoff police dispatcher and Municipal Court bailoff. He recently was a full-time dispatcher with the Allendale Police Department.
In a few weeks, he'll begin five months of intensive training at the Bergen County Police Academy, after which he'll be assigned to patrol, Fox said.
Marcoux obtained a Bachelors degree in criminal justice from Pace University and also was captain of the school football team.
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