The 200 Club of Hudson County was established in December, 1984, one of 15 such clubs in New Jersey. Its objectives are simple and straightforward:
To acknowledge the achievements of law enforcement officers, firefighters, and emergency medical services personnel in the line of duty
To provide recognition for heroism above and beyond the call of duty
To ensure prompt financial support for the families of officers who lose their lives in public service
To offer educational assistance to public safety officers and their children, especially in times of need.
Once each spring the 200 Club honors men and women who have performed their duties as troopers, police officers, firefighters or emergency medical technicians with extraordinary valor. Recommendations for award recipients are solicited from the Superintendent, NJSP, local Police, Fire Chiefs, Emergency Medical Services, members of the Club, and the public.
An Awards Committee selects recipients and arranges for appropriate recognition of the valorous deeds and pauses to remember with respect the men and women who died in the line of duty during the year.
The Club also offers several scholarships each year to the children of public safety officers who meet high standards for academic excellence, exemplary character, outstanding potential, and financial need. Candidates may plan to attend college, technical or other schools pertinent to their career needs.
200 Club of Hudson County
P.O. Box 1444
Bayonne, NJ 07002
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