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Posted November 22, 2012
The Seaside Park Police Department (SPPD) has been working tirelessly to protect and assist the community since before Sandy hit. Even though officers are displaced from their homes, they have been working around the clock in service to the community, despite lacking supplies. Detective Bonner has provided the following information:
Officers will be collecting these donations at the checkpoint located on Route 35 south (at the entrance into Seaside Park):New cold weather gear
New jackets
Thermals
New gloves
Hats
Rain gear
Waterproof items
Duty boots
New socks
BDU Pants
Utility pants
flashlights
headlamps
sunglasses
batteries
Deodorant
Shampoo
New Towels
Gatorade
Bottled Water/Soda
Non perishable food products
Paper products
Gift cards and monetary donations are also accepted and kindly appreciatedThe SPPD has established a Facebook page, Seaside Park PBA (https://www.facebook.com/pba.sppd?fref=ts), to use as a means of accepting donations. The following is the link to their paypal donation site.