Four From Union Vicinage Probation Division Receive Awards

TRENTON — Four Union Vicinage Probation Division staff received awards from the Chief Probation Officers of New Jersey (CPONJ) at a ceremony at the Probation Services Building in Trenton on July 15. Elizabeth Domingo, assistant director of probation services, and Silvia Gonzalez, chair of the Conference of Chief Probation Officers, presided over the program that recognized officers throughout the state.

Sue Limone received the Meritorious Service Award. She is a court services supervisor in the adult supervision unit. The recognition is the result of her dedication to the job and for the respect she has earned from her colleagues.

Luis Rodriguez received the Outstanding Achievement Award. He is a senior probation officer assigned to child support enforcement. He assists with the training of new staff and is a mentor to new hires. The award acknowledged his professionalism and the extraordinary efforts he makes to resolve issues as they arise.

Senior Probation Officers Ann Mullan and Joslin Stanton received Career Achievement Awards. Mullan is one of the longest-serving officers in Union County Drug Court. She earned the award for the steady leadership and support she provides to less experienced officers.

Stanton has been with the probation division for 12 years and works in juvenile supervision. She was recognized for volunteering to work on a special program in addition to her regular duties and for setting an example of excellence for her colleagues.

Raymond Reynolds, chief probation officer for Union Vicinage, expressed pride in the four award recipients. He thanked them for their many contributions to probation and the community.

The CPONJ awards were created by the Conference of Chief Probation Officers in recognition of National Probation, Parole and Community Supervision Week.

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