“National Police Week" was enacted October 1, 1962 in the Congress of the United States. This resolution authorized the President of the United States, then John F. Kennedy, to proclaim the calendar week of May 15th each year as Police Week. Each year people across the country gather during the week to honor those who serve their communities through law enforcement and to remember those who gave the ultimate sacrifice.
On May 18, 2015 Chief of Police, Richard Trigo presented members of the
Fanwood Police Department with Awards for
Outstanding Service during the past year.
Life Saving Award Sgt. Marc Gottlick
Life Saving Award Cpl. Michael Schilling
Exceptional Duty Award (2) Sgt Marc Gottlick
Exceptional Duty Award Sgt. Phillip Ugone
Unit Citation Cpl. Michael Schilling
Unit Citation Ptl. Ryan Gilmore
Chief's Award Sgt. Marc Gottlick
Chief's Award Sgt. Philip Ugone
Chief's Award Dianne M. Howarth
In addition to the awards from Chief Richard Trigo, Sgt. Marc Gottlick
was presented with an award from
JFK Hospital Emergency Services - Recognition of Outstanding Patient Care
On October 23, 2105 at 1:42 A.M., Sgt. Marc Gottlick was dispatched to a home on LaGrande Avenue for a medical call of a child birth. Upon arrival he was met by screams coming from the upstairs of the home. He proceeded to a second floor bathroom where he observed the victim lying on the floor and child's head crowning. He then gave support to the child's head, and then noticed the umbilical court wrapped around the child's neck. He immediately placed your fingers between the umbilical cord and the child's neck preventing the cord from strangling the child. He then gave a slight pull on the babies lower shoulder which allowed him to deliver the baby. The baby was then dried and wrapped in towels, and then administered oxygen by Ptlm. Gilmore. The baby was then transported to Overlook Hospital.
Sgt. Ugone and Sgt. Gottlick were both recognized for their lifesaving actions and proactive efforts in keeping our roads safe from impaired drivers. Your diligence and professionalism has saved and protected countless lives.
For these efforts they were both recognized by Mothers Against Drunk Driving in New Jersey and awarded the Chief's Award by Chief of Police Richard Trigo.