|COMMUNICATIONS AND RECORDS|
Officer Martini started his career as a correction officer at Rahway State Prison. He was later hired by the N.J. State Police, graduated basic training at Sea Girt and was assigned to the Marine and Aviation Unit. He joined Mt. Olive in January of 1987. Prior to his retirement in 2009, Martini had served assignments in the Patrol Division, Investigative Division, the S.O.U. Team and the Morris County Fugitive Task Force. He also completed H.I.D.T.A., a narcotics school in New York City and was trained by the F.B.I. as a hostage negotiator. He also designed and teaches crisis intervention for the department and other agencies. He has received 20 awards to date. The Morris County 200 Club Valor Award, 4 Life Saving awards, 5 Grand Cordons, 5 Honorable Service, 2 Meritorious Service, 2 Program Development and 1 Exceptional Duty. He also received awards from the Flanders Fire Department for a life saving and the Knights of Columbus Shield award for his involvement in apprehending a bank robbery suspect. He was also credited with solving over 50 burglaries in Morris, Sussex and Warren counties.