Jackson Police Bid Farewell to Nearly 30 Year Veteran Officer

by Jackson Police Department

JACKSON TOWNSHIP, NJ-Today the Jackson Police Department congratulates a member of the JPD family who is retiring after a long and esteemed career, as Police Officer Ralph Seda retires from the department today.

Officer Seda began his law enforcement career with the department in 1989 as a Class 1 Special Police Officer and then went on to become a Class 2 Special Police Officer and dispatcher. He was then hired in 1997 as a full time officer. During his career, Officer Seda served in the patrol division working all three shifts and during that time also spent many years as a DARE instructor in the township schools. He was also highly regarded as the department’s Deejay, providing the music at many department, township and PBA events.

Ralph will be remembered for the compassion and humor he brought to the job and all the members of the Jackson Police Department wish him the best as he moves on to the next phase of life.


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