Sheriff's personnel honored by New Jersey Judiciary
Capt. George Kately and Lt. Lawrence Beller receive recognition in new “Courthouse Kudos” program.
Capt. George Kately and Lt. Lawrence Beller were recently honored by the Morris/Sussex Vicinage of the New Jersey Judiciary as part of its new “Courthouse Kudos” recognition program.
These officers received their honors due to the close collaboration and support they have offered the court, particularly during the days immediately following Superstorm Sandy.
Kately and Beller were presented with their respective awards by Superior Court Judge Thomas L. Weisenbeck and Trial Court Administrator Rashad Shabaka-Burns.
A 25-year veteran of the Sussex County Sheriff’s Office, Capt. Kately has been a member of the Sheriff’s Office since 1988. He currently serves as a supervisor of the Bureau of Law Enforcement.
An 18-year veteran, Lt. Beller has served as a member of the Sussex County Sheriff’s Office since 1995. He is currently assigned to supervise the Courts and Transportation Unit.
Sheriff Strada joins the New Jersey Judiciary in commending these officers.