Bayonne Police & IMTT Establish Partnership

Photo Credit:  City of Bayonne

Pictured left to right: Deputy Police Chief Joseph Scerbo, IMTT Northeast Region Manager Sunny Risler, IMTT Bayonne Terminal Manager Rich Ambrosio, and Police Chief Robert Geisler.

Bayonne Police Department and IMTT Announce Public/Private Partnership

Recently, the Bayonne Police Department and IMTT-Bayonne entered into a mutually beneficial public/private partnership.  As a result of the generous donation made by IMTT-Bayonne, the Bayonne Police Department was able to expand its ability to use the latest technology to keep our community safe.  This initiative involving IMTT-Bayonne and the City of Bayonne will help to improve the quality of life for our community.

Mayor Jimmy Davis said, “I would like to commend IMTT for its support of public safety programs in Bayonne.  The company has had a long tradition of civic involvement in our community.  On behalf of the City of Bayonne, I would like to thank IMTT for its partnership with the Bayonne Police Department.”

Chief Robert Geiser stated:  “I would like to thank everyone at IMTT- Bayonne, especially Sunny Risler, Rich Ambrosio and Eric Deitrich for their continued support of the men and women of the Bayonne Police Department.  Entering into public/private partnerships, as we have with IMTT-Bayonne, benefits both the private and public sectors.  I am proud of the relationships that we, at the police department, have formed with everyone at IMTT-Bayonne and I look forward to growing our relationship with them in the future.”

International Matex Tank Terminals (IMTT) handles and stores bulk liquid products.  The company owns and operates terminals in Bayonne and eighteen other locations in the United States and Canada.