The best way to commend the actions of a Morris County Sheriff’s Office employee is to write a brief letter describing the incident and the actions you think were exceptional.
Information such as the date, time and location will help identify the officer if you don’t know his or her name. If you choose not to write, you may ask to speak with the officer’s supervisor and make a verbal commendation.
Commendations received by the Morris County Sheriff’s Office are forwarded to the employee with a copy placed in his or her personnel file. Although our employees don’t expect to be thanked for everything they do, recognition of exceptional service is always welcomed and appreciated. This kind of feedback helps this Office to know if we are performing to the highest standards as set forth by the Morris County Sheriff, James M. Gannon.