Please join us in welcoming our two newest police officers!
Faith Niemynski was sworn in to the position of probationary patrol officer effective January 14, 2019. She will begin the 92nd Basic Police Class at the Morris County Public Safety Training Academy on that date. Officer Niemynski grew up in Mansfield, NJ and went to Warren Hills High School. In May of 2018 she graduated from West Virginia University with a B.A. in Criminology and a double minor in Forensics & Russian. Faith comes from a law enforcement family, her father is a Lieutenant in the Washington Township Police Department and her uncle is a detective with the Roxbury Township Police Department. In her free time, she enjoys the outdoors, fly fishing, and working out.
Gregory Dietz was sworn in to the position of probationary patrol officer effective February 1, 2019. Officer Dietz recently graduated from the 91st Basic Police Class at the Morris County Public Safety Training Academy as an Alternate Route recruit. In the fall of 2014 he graduated from Lock Haven University with a Bachelor’s Degree majoring in Criminal Justice and a minor in Psychology. Following college, he was employed for two years as a correctional officer at FCC Allenwood, Federal Bureau of Prisons. During this time Officer Dietz received training at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, as well as being presented with the Rookie Officer of the Year award from FCC Allenwood. He resides with his Wife, In-Laws, and dog and is excited to begin as a patrolman with the Florham Park Police family.