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This page is displayed in memory of Michael Sica, Sr., President & founding father to the organizational brotherhood concept and programs.


Dear Friend and Supporter,
Michael Sica, Sr. sits at the president's desk signing paperwork at New Jersey Law Enforcement Police Brotherhood Office/Headquarters located in Wayne, New Jersey.

My name is Michael Sica, Sr., and I am the president of the New Jersey Law Enforcement Police Brotherhood. I retired from the City of Newark as a Police Officer with approximately 28 years of Law Enforcement experience. During my law enforcement career I've worked in many different law enforcement units and assignments such as:

Police Patrol, Mayor's Body Guard, Detective Vice-Gambling, Detective Homicide Squad, Detective Rapid Robbery Squad, Prisoner Detention Bureau and Court Liaison Officer for 9 (nine) Municipal Court Judges.

As you can see I worked many different facets of our law enforcement community. There are similar duties that my career has touched on, such as correction officer, sheriff officer, parole officer and law enforcement tactical units. They all serve a very important and integral part in our fighting on crime. All of our Law Enforcement Officers who serve in the many different Law Enforcement titles have a very tough and dangerous job when serving the taxpayers of the state of New Jersey. Every man and woman in uniform places his or her life on the line every day in one way or another to serve and protect you, the public. They need to know that their efforts are appreciated and we will support them and commend them for a job well done under the circumstances.

In today's society there are too many political agendas, special interest groups who are constantly criticizing our Law Enforcement Profession. Many of our Law Enforcement officers are frustrated because they are trying to do the best job that they possibly can to serve and protect the public, but so many times their decisions, actions and split-second reactions are constantly ridiculed and second guessed by the news media and public special interest groups. Most of the time these charges and accusations are made before a thorough investigation can be completed. This does a disservice to the officer and you the public. Once you take into consideration all of the Law Enforcement agencies with approximately 55,000 officers taking police action and arrests throughout the state of New Jersey on a daily basis these few complaints should not tarnish the law enforcement community.

Joined Newark Police Department in 1963 and served for 28 years.

The New Jersey Law Enforcement Police Brotherhood was formed with the front line law enforcement officers and victims of crimes in mind. Our organization's main goals and objectives are to assist law enforcement officers, their families and victims of crimes during their time of need or crisis. The New Jersey Law Enforcement Police Brotherhood stands up for the rights of all law enforcement officers, NJ Citizens and the victims of crimes by supporting tough anti-crime legislation and policies that protect law enforcement officers and the victims of crimes. Take your time and browse through our website to learn more about our organization. We welcome any assistance that you may be able to provide. Thank you and God Bless.

Together we make the thin blue line stronger!

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