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Paul Philipps Named Parsippany's New Acting Police Chief

Former Chief Anthony DeZenzo's resignation became effective Friday.

Via an evening announcement on the township's and Parsippany Police Facebook pages, Mayor James Barberio has appointed Deputy Chief Paul Philipps to serve as acting chief of the PPD, following the resignation of former Chief Anthony DeZenzo.

DeZenzo announced his impending departure Feb. 13, and the move became effective Friday.

Neither the mayor, DeZenzo nor Philipps were immediately available for comment.

DeZenzo, who served as chief and head of the Parsippany Office of Emergency Management, was appointed to fill the job after former Chief Michael Peckerman retired about 18 months ago.

The outgoing chief said when he made the resignation announcement that he will take time to relax before deciding his next professional move. 

patchitup1 March 04, 2013 at 08:11 AM
:)
g March 04, 2013 at 08:43 PM
Does anyone know what his pay will be and what his pension will be, and what his sick pay, unused vacation payment will be when he retires in 5 years?
1fairguy March 05, 2013 at 04:13 PM
Check the internet, with a little research you can find the answer yourself.
plaus1ble deni@bility March 07, 2013 at 09:49 PM
TO MARK MOLNAR: you state: "you should keep an eyei on your loved ones at the PAL building" . NO ONE, and i mean NO ONE should have to worry about something happening to their loved ones at the PAL building - that crosses the line. You have been reported to the FBI for investigation.
plaus1ble deni@bility March 07, 2013 at 09:50 PM
TO MARK MOLNAR: you state: "you should keep an eyei on your loved ones at the PAL building" . NO ONE, and i mean NO ONE should have to worry about something happening to their loved ones at the PAL building - that crosses the line. You have been reported to the FBI for investigation.

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