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George Rennie

Patrolman George Rennie - Secaucus Police Department

End of Watch: October 5, 1970

Patrolman George Rennie was the first Police Officer in the history of the SPD to die in the line of duty. His fatal injuries were sustained while he was involved in a motorcycle accident with his police motorcycle. 

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John Flanagan

Police Officer John Flanagan

On August 27, 1997,  a fire in their Secaucus home took the life of Police Officer John Flanagan and his brother Daniel. Police Officer Flanagan 50, was a 19-year veteran of the Secaucus Police Department and president of our Policemen's Benevolent Association.  A Vietnam War veteran and winner of the Bronze Star, he was active with the local American Legion Post 118, serving as commander and as its representative to the county executive committee.

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Capt. Albert Bania

Capt. Albert Bania (Ret.), a career police officer in New Jersey and New Hampshire whose deployment unit participated in the presidential protection detail for George W. Bush's 2005 inauguration, died in his home following a long illness. He was 70.

Bania served 31 years on the Secaucus, N.J. Police Department, retiring with the rank of patrol captain in 2006. During his active career, he was twice elected vice president of the Policemen's Benevolent Association during the 1990s and helped form the town's SWAT unit and honor guard. After 9/11, Bania joined the national Rapid Deployment Force (RDF) and, on January 20, 2005, his RDF unit was assigned to Washington, DC, to protect President Bush following his second inauguration.

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