Morris County Prosecutor’s Office Visited by Director of Chabad Jewish Center

The Morris County Prosecutor’s Office received a visit from Rabbi Levi Dubinsky, director of the Chabad Jewish Center, serving Mountain Lakes, Boonton and Denville. Rabbi Dubinsky brought a gift of challah loaves to members of the office on behalf of the Rabbinical College of America and Dean Rabbi Moshe Herson.

Rabbi Dubinsky said he wanted to present the loaves on behalf of the Jewish community, in full support of law enforcement during these difficult times.

Morris County is very blessed to have such dedicated officers, such as the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office, he said. Rabbi Dubinsky also serves as a chaplain for the Morris County Sheriff’s Office.

The Morris County Sheriff’s Office, Morris County Prosecutor’s Office, and local municipal departments have launched a program to build a bridge between the Chabad and law enforcement communities.

As a representative of the Rabbinical College of America in Morris County, Rabbi Dubinsky explained the role is intended to maintain an open dialogue and foster familiarity.

One such example of such coordination are regular site assessments to enhance security performed by the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office Special Operations Division Homeland Security Unit.

The assessments are also conducted at churches, synagogues, other religious facilities of all denominations, schools, hospitals, and other public buildings free of charge.

Morris County Prosecutor Fredric M. Knapp said, “Rabbi Dubinsky has regularly partnered with both my office and the Morris County Sheriff’s Office, presenting numerous outreach programs.

He and the Chabad have extended their friendship and hospitality to the law enforcement community and for that, we are very grateful.