New Jersey Police Department and Local Auto Dealer Keep Those in Need Warm this Winter The season of giving is here! In a collective effort along with the Ewing Twp. Police Department, Scott Harvey Kia & Subaru made a donation to supply jackets to the ones in need during this holiday season. “There are people in our community that are in need of jackets to keep warm,” said Scott Harvey, owner of Scott Harvey Kia. “It is important for our entire community to feel the kindness of others.” “It’s a pleasure, it is, just to know that I can do anything to help these people, you know, because we all suffer in life one way or another. But because of COVID, we’re all facing a lot of new challenges here,” Harvey said. The Ewing Police Department helped organize the donation and distribution. Donations like these are important for people in need. Almost all vehicles on the market today have an interior trunk release, so make sure your children know how to use it if they get stuck. If a child is missing, the trunk should be one of the first places you check.
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Dancer wants to safeguard personal information stored at MVC Assemblyman Ron Dancer wants to safeguard personal information from identity theft and has introduced a bill that would protect the per- sonal information stored by the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission. Dancer’s bill would require the MVC to encrypt all data transmitted by the commission. “The MVC must find an effective way to protect our personal informa- tion,” said Dancer (R-Ocean). “Agencies that handle personal information in a digital age have a responsibility to safeguard data. Cybercriminals are getting smarter and finding more creative ways to steal our information. This means we need to be proactive, not reactive.” The bill (A4758) would also require the MVC’s chief administrator to find a way to generate driver’s license and identification numbers in a way that protects personal information from being determined. In recent years, the algorithm that generated license numbers was made public. This leak compromised data stored at DMVs across the country. “Other states have already taken the proper steps to safeguard informa- tion, and New Jersey needs to do the same,” said Dancer. “We must do everything in our power to stop these criminals from having access to our private data and personal information.”
Several members of the Ewing Twp. Police Department and Scott &Robin Harvey are pictured.
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