Ocean County Authorities Host “Top Gun” Narcotics Enforcement Training

The Ocean County Prosecutor's Office (Photo by Jason Allentoff)

OCEAN COUNTY – The Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office Special Operations Groups, under the direction of OCPO Captain Jack Sramaty and in conjunction with the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office, hosted an intensive six-day “Top Gun” program for more than 100 narcotic investigators and supporting legal staff.

“I commend my Special Operation Group Captain and President of the Statewide County Narcotics Commanders Association Jack Sramaty, OCPO Det. Casey Long, and the many other assisting instructors for their efforts in coordinating such an important narcotic enforcement training course.

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Top Gun plays a critical role in preparing investigative and legal staff for extensive narcotic operations,” Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph D. Coronato said. “Though we have been instrumental in hosting and training over 5000 during 53 previous “Top Gun” classes throughout New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and Pennsylvania, it has long been my wish to bring the program to our home turf of Ocean County.”

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Law enforcement officers and attorneys learn the best tactics to investigate and prosecute gang, gun and drug cases. They receive hands-on training to be prepared for any circumstance that might arise while conducting investigations.