A week after debating the state pension plan, DeCotiis Partners Doug Doyle and Arlene Quiñones Perez were invited to return to My9's public affairs program New Jersey Now. On Sunday, June 21st, at noon, Doyle and Perez will discuss the consolidation and reorganization of the Camden County Police force and its stunning effect on the City of Camden.
DeCotiis, FitzPatrick, Cole & Giblin, LLP, a full-service law firm, maintains a leading municipal practice able to leverage decades of expertise to find novel solutions for its clients. What sets DeCotiis further apart is its wide-ranging legal expertise in other areas of the law, including Labor and Employment, Public Finance, Mergers and Acquisitions, Corporate Law, and Government and Regulatory Affairs. This extensive experience makes DeCotiis attorneys well equipped to address complicated topics and challenging issues, such as the formation and consolidation of the Camden County Police Department.
As skilled members of the firm's Municipal practice, Doyle and Perez will explain to viewers the process of consolidating a county police force or other entity, and how the laborious process may yield tremendous results. Consolidating municipal police departments and reorganizing them into a county police force requires a series of detailed and complicated legal transactions, including municipal and county resolutions, bonds and other public financing, the absorption and streamlining of processes and departments, and a host of labor and leadership issues. The end result is an efficient police force, capable of deploying resources where they are needed most.
To learn more about how DeCotiis, FitzPatrick, Cole & Giblin, LLP, may guide your municipality, public entity, or business, please contact Joseph M. DeCotiis, Managing Partner, at (201) 907-5203. Please be sure to tune in this Sunday, June 21st, at 12 PM to My9 to watch Doug Doyle and Arlene Quiñones Perez discuss the Camden County Police Department. You can also watch last week's discussion of the pension plan by clicking here.