Putting Mark's Experience
Old Bridge resident and Councilman, Mark Razzoli who retired as a decorated detective of the Jersey City Police Department, exemplifies a stellar career in law enforcement focusing on the importance of public safety. Mark also served as a volunteer in NYC following the attack on the World Trade Center on 9/11, where he assisted with countless wounded victims of the terror attack on our country.
During Mark's law enforcement career, he was instrumental in thousands of arrests, and was the recipient of a citation from the Camden County Prosecutor's Office for his work in apprehending a homicide suspect. He also received the POBA Valor Award that is reserved to recognize New Jersey police officers and private citizens who have demonstrated exceptional heroism and have shown a genuine commitment to their profession, their agency, and the public at large.
Razzoli is a dedicated advocate for his hometown of Old Bridge and for all of New Jersey, and as those who know him will agree; he does not shy away from the tough issues and challenges. Whether working toward safety from crime or creating an environment that fosters a better quality of life for the community, Mark instills the kind of confidence and commitment that residents desire in their public officials.
Mark is a devoted parent and community volunteer who has coached track, supported the local Little League and soccer teams, and has participated in events that support the Special Olympics.