IACP 4th Vice President - Philadelphia - 2017

Chief Wagner announcing his candidacy for 4th Vice President of IACP in 
San Diego, CA
Chief Wagner with a few members of the Denville Police Department
Chief Wagner pictured with Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno, NJ Acting Attorney General John Hoffman, the National Board of Directors Chairman of the NAACP, Ms. Roslyn Brock, and members of the NJ Chapter of the NAACP during a police community relations meeting on police use of force. 
Chief Wagner with Ron Davis, Director of the COPS Office at the Department of Justice, Noble Wray, Chief of Police Practices & Accountability Initiative and IACP Vice President Steven Casstevens at SACOP - Washington DC
Chief Wagner with the NJ Latino Leadership Alliance
Chief Wagner pictured with members of the NJ Latino Leadership Alliance, members of the NJ Atty. General’s Office and Morris County Prosecutor Fred Knapp during and after a demonstration of police use of force utilizing a firearms simulator.
Chief Wagner along with NJ Acting Attorney General Hoffman and Mr. Richard Smith, President of the NJ Chapter of the NAACP, appearing at a press conference after receiving training in Implicit Bias training for police chiefs and community leaders.
Chief Wagner, Dr. Bryant Marks and NJSACOP Exec. Director Mitch Sklar speaking at the White House during the briefing on the President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing.  
Class III Bill with Assemblyman Tony Bucco
Chief Wagner and members of the NJSACOP petitioned to have legislation drafted to create a new class of Special Police Officers who would be solely responsible for School Security. This legislation will create a special class of police officers to conduct school security.

Chief Wagner is joined in these photographs to the left by Assemblyman Anthony Bucco (R) and Senator Anthony Bucco (R), the sponsors of the bills, while testifying in support of the bills.  
Chief Wagner at the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial in France during the NJSACOP Normandy “D-Day” Leadership Experience  
Chief Wagner, President of the NJSACOP, presiding over the NJ Law Enforcement Memorial Service, the oldest of its kind in the United States and pictured with members of the Denville Police Department Color Guard after the Memorial Service
21st Century Police Briefing at the White House
Chief Wagner and wife Lisa
At the White House During the 21st Century Police Briefing
Leading the Downtown Denville Christmas Parade with Grandson Gavin
NJ State Chiefs Association Banquet with wife Lisa, and daughters Alyssa, 
and Krysten

Recently retired United States Army Chief of Staff, General Ray Odierno and Chief Wagner
Chief Wagner, invited speaker, at the Cisco Live Technology Event in Las Vegas, Nevada