MCPO, Crisis Intervention Team will join autism awareness baseball tournament

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Zach Bailey, of St. Joe's Regional of Montvale, warms up as members of the Middlesex Prosecutor's Office Command Post, Canine Search & Rescue Team, and their Crisis Intervention Team from first responders to mental health professionals show their support by joining in a baseball tournament for Middlesex Autism Awareness on Apr 22.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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(L-R) Sgt. Wayne Canastra, Middlesex County Prosecutor, the Honorable Andrew C. Carey, Captain Christopher Penna and Detective Chris Vaneerde, join members of the Middlesex Prosecutor's Office Command Post, Canine Search & Rescue Team, and their Crisis Intervention Team from first responders to mental health professionals show their support by joining in a baseball tournament for Middlesex Autism Awareness on Apr 22.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Members of the Middlesex Prosecutor's Office Command Post, Canine Search & Rescue Team, and their Crisis Intervention Team from first responders to mental health professionals show their support by joining in a baseball tournament for Middlesex Autism Awareness on Apr 22.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Members of the Crisis Intervention Team, Detective Linda Infusion and Ed Doblerman, Director, join members of the Middlesex Prosecutor's Office Command Post, Canine Search & Rescue Team, and their Crisis Intervention Team from first responders to mental health professionals show their support by joining in a baseball tournament for Middlesex Autism Awareness on Apr 22.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Erin Jones, of South Plainfield, pets police canine Joker, as members of the Middlesex Prosecutor's Office Command Post, Canine Search & Rescue Team, and their Crisis Intervention Team from first responders to mental health professionals show their support by joining in a baseball tournament for Middlesex Autism Awareness on Apr 22.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Members of the Middlesex Prosecutor's Office Command Post, Canine Search & Rescue Team, and their Crisis Intervention Team from first responders to mental health professionals show their support by joining in a baseball tournament for Middlesex Autism Awareness on Apr 22.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Outfielders from St. Joe's Regional of Montvale, warms up as members of the Middlesex Prosecutor's Office Command Post, Canine Search & Rescue Team, and their Crisis Intervention Team from first responders to mental health professionals show their support by joining in a baseball tournament for Middlesex Autism Awareness on Apr 22.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Detective Chris Vaneerde pets police canine Joker, as members of the Middlesex Prosecutor's Office Command Post, Canine Search & Rescue Team, and their Crisis Intervention Team from first responders to mental health professionals show their support by joining in a baseball tournament for Middlesex Autism Awareness on Apr 22.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Zach Bailey, of St. Joe's Regional of Montvale, warms up as members of the Middlesex Prosecutor's Office Command Post, Canine Search & Rescue Team, and their Crisis Intervention Team from first responders to mental health professionals show their support by joining in a baseball tournament for Middlesex Autism Awareness on Apr 22.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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(L-R) Sgt. Wayne Canastra, Middlesex County Prosecutor, the Honorable Andrew C. Carey, Captain Christopher Penna and Detective Chris Vaneerde, join members of the Middlesex Prosecutor's Office Command Post, Canine Search & Rescue Team, and their Crisis Intervention Team from first responders to mental health professionals show their support by joining in a baseball tournament for Middlesex Autism Awareness on Apr 22.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Members of the Middlesex Prosecutor's Office Command Post, Canine Search & Rescue Team, and their Crisis Intervention Team from first responders to mental health professionals show their support by joining in a baseball tournament for Middlesex Autism Awareness on Apr 22.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Members of the Crisis Intervention Team, Detective Linda Infusion and Ed Doblerman, Director, join members of the Middlesex Prosecutor's Office Command Post, Canine Search & Rescue Team, and their Crisis Intervention Team from first responders to mental health professionals show their support by joining in a baseball tournament for Middlesex Autism Awareness on Apr 22.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Erin Jones, of South Plainfield, pets police canine Joker, as members of the Middlesex Prosecutor's Office Command Post, Canine Search & Rescue Team, and their Crisis Intervention Team from first responders to mental health professionals show their support by joining in a baseball tournament for Middlesex Autism Awareness on Apr 22.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Members of the Middlesex Prosecutor's Office Command Post, Canine Search & Rescue Team, and their Crisis Intervention Team from first responders to mental health professionals show their support by joining in a baseball tournament for Middlesex Autism Awareness on Apr 22.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Outfielders from St. Joe's Regional of Montvale, warms up as members of the Middlesex Prosecutor's Office Command Post, Canine Search & Rescue Team, and their Crisis Intervention Team from first responders to mental health professionals show their support by joining in a baseball tournament for Middlesex Autism Awareness on Apr 22.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Detective Chris Vaneerde pets police canine Joker, as members of the Middlesex Prosecutor's Office Command Post, Canine Search & Rescue Team, and their Crisis Intervention Team from first responders to mental health professionals show their support by joining in a baseball tournament for Middlesex Autism Awareness on Apr 22.SCOTT FRIEDMAN

The Middlesex Prosecutor’s Office Command Post, Canine Search & Rescue Team, and their Crisis Intervention Team from first responders to mental health professionals will show their support for Middlesex Autism Awareness by joining in a baseball tournament from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on April 22 at North Brunswick Community Park, 2053 Route 130, North Brunswick.

High school baseball players from the area along with their families, coaches, administrators and friends will attend.

Games will run from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. on April 21 and 22.

For more information, visit www.cit-nj.org.