Retired Bayonne Police Chief Frank Pawlowski Remembered for 39 Years of Dedicated Service

Retired Bayonne Police Chief Frank Pawlowski
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Retired Bayonne Police Chief Frank Pawlowski

The Bayonne community is mourning the loss of retired Bayonne Police Chief Frank Pawlowski, who passed away at the age of 82. Mayor Jimmy Davis shared the sad news in an Instagram post made 12 hours ago, expressing his condolences to the Pawlowski family.

Chief Pawlowski dedicated the majority of his life to serving the Bayonne community. He began his career with the Bayonne Police Department in 1964 and served for nearly four decades before retiring in 2003. Chief Pawlowski’s contributions to law enforcement and his service in the United States Army reflect a life dedicated to both community and country.

Mayor Davis, who had the privilege of working closely with Chief Pawlowski during his tenure, praised his commitment, fairness, and dedication to the city’s safety. Chief Pawlowski’s leadership left an enduring positive impact on the department and the community it serves.

In his Instagram post, Mayor Davis stated, “On behalf of our grateful city, I want to express our deepest condolences to the entire Pawlowski family on their loss. Rest in Peace Chief. 🇺🇸🙏”

As the city bids farewell to a dedicated public servant, the memory of Chief Pawlowski’s contributions to the Bayonne Police Department and the community will continue to resonate.