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Police Announce New Protocol in Wake of Coronavirus

Police Announce New Protocol in Wake of Coronavirus

first_imgCity officials and police are cracking down on large gatherings of unruly teens. Following is a statement from the Ocean City Police Department about the coronavirus threat:During this time of uncertainty, public safety and superior customer service will continue to be paramount at the Ocean City Police Department.The OCPD is working diligently with stakeholders within Ocean City and in conjunction with county and state partners, to respond to the public health threat posed by this virus.For the safety of our citizens, civilian staff and officers, the OCPD will be modifying our response to some non-emergent calls for service.To be clear, this change will not impact the dispatching of officers to high priority, emergency incidents.Those needing our assistance are encouraged to call 911 to report an emergency or (609)399-9111 to report a non-emergent situation.Ocean City’s highly trained emergency communications center personnel will collect all important information and work with police supervisors and officers to determine whether an officer’s physical presence is needed to complete a report. Some incidents will be documented via telephone.Visitors to the Ocean City Police Department will speak to officers via our internal phone system.The goal of this temporary procedure is to help cut down on unnecessary contact with individuals as a means of reducing in-person contact and mitigating the risks associated with person-to-person transmission of novel coronavirus.We are grateful as always for the strong relationship we have with our community. Working together we will be able to provide the safest environment for all.Some informative links to visit:CDCCape May County Department of Healthhttp://capemaycountynj.govCity of Ocean Cityhttp://www.ocnj.us/last_img read more

“Football is the future of Indian sports” – Jeje

“Football is the future of Indian sports” – Jeje

first_imgJeje Lalpekhlua of Chennaiyin FC celebrates the goal during match 18 of the Hero Indian Super League between Chennaiyin FC and ATK held at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Chennai India on the 7th December 2017Photo by: Deepak Malik / ISL / SPORTZPICSAdvertisementJeje Lalpekhelua, Chennaiyin FC forward, said that football is the future of all Indian sports. The forward from Mizoram said that India has always been crazy about the most popular sports in the world. He also believes India’s football consumption has changed since the Indian Super League (ISL) has come into effect in 2014. Since then, football grabbed the imagination of Indian fans. All big entities of India- Bollywood celebrities, cricketers and industrialists have thrown their weight behind the ISL.“Football is the future of Indian sports” – JejeThe inception of ISL put India on football graph. Nowadays, football in India is being considered as the greatest weapon to woo the Indian masses.“The foundation of the game and the quality has improved now. There is a lot of difference between the first season and last season of the ISL (in terms of quality of football),” said Lalpekhelua.He is one of the big names of Indian football and won the ISL title in 2017 with the Chennai outfit.“People have realized that football is going to be the future of sports in India. Indian football is on a high level and I would like to see more of it in the future,” he further added.The striker also believed that India is blessed with flourishing young players. These players have been getting enough exposure that will let them horn their skills which letting them to fetch mighty deal from ISL clubs.At the same time, the football tournament offers them a platform to play with overseas players which help them to improve their skills and become sharper footballers, a culture which is welcomed by all Indian footballers and clubs. Young players’ performances in ISL also put them in national selectors’ radar.Lalpekhelua also expected that such atmosphere will bring out good performances from them during the season which will inspire Chennai based club to defend their title. “We have a lot of good Indian players in our squad. Last year Anirudh Thapa, Jerry Lalrinzuala and Germanpreet Singh did quite well in ISL and got a national call. This year we have Issac Vanmalsawma,” Lalpekhelua said.“There is a good mix of seniors and juniors in our squad. They will become an important part in the course of the league and will help us retain the title,” Lalapekhelua signed off.Advertisementlast_img read more