Wth a continued commitment to community oriented policing the borough of Baden introduces its four newest police officers , said Baden Police Police Cheif David Christner.
- Douglas Miller
- Corey Krepps
- Alexis Koral
- Danielle Ripper
- Officer Jason Woods , School Resource Officer
- Officer Mike Truskowski , Part time to Full Time
- Officer Pierson Pollock, Part time to full Time
On Tuesday, School Resource Officer Woods spent the day at Ambridge Junior High School presenting a talk on Cyber Bullying.
"With the popularity of social media, particularly its use with school age children and teens, it is even more important to address cyber bullying" shared Economy Police Chief Mike O'Brien. "Cyberbullying goes well beyond the one on one bullying. It opens the bullying to a larger audience creating even more harm, embarrassment and disrespect to the person being bullied. Any bullying is unacceptable and poses a great danger and threat to those being bullied."
"Education is the only response to get people aware of the problem and to find a way to end any type of bullying."ell beyond the one on one bullying. It opens the bullying to a larger audience creating even more harm, embarrassment Allison Park Church, Ambridge Campus
Thomas joined the Allison Park staff in 2016 and is a graduate of the Northeast Ministry School. Thomas lives in Baden with his wife Cecelia and have three boys.
“I’m beyond excited to see what God is going to do in Ambridge through our church and ministry", shared Manning.
Allison Park Church is located in Ambridge at 424 Duss Avenue. Service time is on Sunday at 10:30 a.m.