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Alexander Glinsky was sworn into the Edison Police Department (http://www.edisonnj.org/town_hall/administrative_departments/police_division/index.php) on December 24, 1985 by Mayor Anthony Yelencsics.
After receiving a two week in house training program Alexander Glinsky started an intensive 18 week training program at the Middlesex County Police Academy where he excelled academically. Upon graduation for the Middlesex County Police Academy Alexander Glinsky was assigned to the police departments Patrol Division where he was assigned a training officer for a period or four months.
During his career Alexander Glinsky displayed a commitment of professional development by completing hundreds of hours of training in police procedures, legal updates and training methods. Alexander Glinsky at his own time expense attended numerous seminars in NJ and Florida where he attended seminars in Leadership and Supervision, Leadership and Supervision for Police Officers, Advanced Criminal Investigation, Methods of Instruction, Incident Command System, Highway Drug Interdiction, and The Specialty School on White-Collar Crime.
Alexander Glinsky received a Master of Arts in Human Resources Training and Development from Seton Hall University, where he graduated with a 3.92 GPA and summa cum laude honors. He also obtained a Bachelors of Arts in Public Administration from Kean University where he graduated with a 3.82 GPA.
Alexander Glinsky was elected to Vice-President to his police union, PBA Local #75 in 2000 (http://www.edisonpba.com/). Alexander Glinsky was in charge of the Contract Negotiation Committee, Judiciary Committee and Employee Health Liaison.
Alexander Glinsky was promoted to sergeant in December 2004 and was assigned to the patrol division. A supervisory position in a police force requires a great deal of discipline and understanding, as well as the patience to apply sound thinking and strategy to a team of law enforcement professionals whose jobs, by their natures, often lead to unexpected and sometimes dangerous situations. In his capacity as a Patrol Sergeant, he worked to maintain public order by responding to emergencies, ensuring positive relationships with community members and enforcing