CHIEF OF POLICE (Ret.)
JOHN J. ZEBROWSKI
John Zebrowski, a 35-year veteran served in the capacity of Chief of Police from May, 2011 through August, 2022. During his service with the Sayreville Police Department, he held the position of Patrol Officer in Uniform Division, Detective in the Identification and Juvenile Bureaus, Detective Sergeant, Patrol Lieutenant and Captain of the Administrative and Detective Divisions. He recently completed an assignment with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) as the Region 2 LEL representing the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police (NJSACOP).
Chief Zebrowski is a graduate of the Union County Police Recruit Academy. He has attended numerous advanced training programs and is a graduate of the New Jersey State Chiefs of Police West Point Command and Leadership Program. Additionally, Chief Zebrowski is a graduate of Rutgers University and the Seton Hall School of Law. He is a practicing attorney in New Jersey and Pennsylvania and is also a Certified Public Manager for the State of New Jersey.
Chief Zebrowski is the Immediate President for the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police (NJSACOP), former President of the Middlesex County Association of Chiefs of Police (MCACOP) and serves on both the Clean Slate and Education-Law Enforcement Task Forces and several State of New Jersey Working Groups on such issues as Drugged Driving, Municipal Court Reform, as well as Domestic Violence, Active Shooter Response, and Police Licensure. Additionally, the Chief is a Subject Matter Expert for the State of New Jersey Civil Service Commission, the International Association of Chiefs of Police and is Chair Commissioner for the NJSACOP Accreditation Commission. Chief Zebrowski is a member of the St. Peter’s University Opioid Task Force and is a Co-Presenter for The Opioid Epidemic: A Perspective on Addiction” Presentation. The Chief is also a contributing author for NJ Municipalities Magazine, NJ Police Chief Magazine and the International Association of Chiefs of Police’s “Police Chiefs” magazine. He is also the co-host of “Chief Talk” the NJSACOP Podcast series.