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Chief Robert J. Falzarano
Academic Scholarship Award

The Coalition is proud to offer an annual scholarship in the amount of $1,000.00, to deserving high school or college students who plan to further their education, preferably in a field related to public safety.

The Chief Robert J. Falzarano Scholarship Award, conferred annually, is named in honor of Chief Robert J. Falzarano who is credited with being the first CALEA accreditation manager in New Jersey. Falzarano (pictured left) worked as a police officer for the Passaic Township Police Department. His hard work and steadfast dedication paid off when the Passaic Township Police Department became the first police department in New Jersey and only the thirteenth in the entire county to become CALEA accredited. The success of accreditation in New Jersey is in large part due to the vision, courage, and determination of one man to bring policing into the future and establish it as a true profession ~ Chief Robert J. Falzarano.

Chief Robert J. Falzarano
  • Scholarships are open to any student in the 12th grade or higher at any public or private school.

  • The scholarship must be used for the purpose of furthering the education of the applicant in a four year college or university, a two year college, or a trade school.

  • The applicant’s parent, legal guardian, or grandparent must be an active member in good standing with the New Jersey Public Safety Accreditation Coalition as an accreditation manager.

  • The awards are made solely on the basis of merit (scholastic ability, leadership potential, and community service), without regard to ethnic background, sex, religion, or financial need.

How to Apply:

  • Fill out the application form, completing all questions as concisely as possible.

  • Enclose a transcript of all high school or college credits to date.

  • Have the qualifying parent, guardian, or grandparent sign the application.

  • Sign and date the completed application on the line provided.

  • Send the application and supporting material to:

    • NJPSAC Scholarship Committee
      174 Nassau Street, PMB 175
      Princeton, NJ 08542

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