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CALLAHAN NAMED AS NEW STATE POLICE SUPERINTENDENT

On Wednesday, Gov. Chris Christie announced he had selected Lt. Col. Patrick J. Callahan to become the 15th Superintendent of the New Jersey State Police. The current head of the State Police,  Col. Rick Fuentes, who held the Superintendent position for 14 years, submitted notice of his retirement on Wednesday, effective Nov. 1st.  Callahan began his career as a State Trooper in 1995 and most recently served as the department’s Deputy Superintendent of Operations.

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