Frank Gajewski for Ward A Council
Committed to Jersey City
Frank is a lifelong resident of Jersey City. He’s the son of a World War II veteran and was the first generation of his family to attend college. Frank and his family decided to raise their two sons in Jersey City, Michael and Jeffrey. Frank’s commitment to Jersey City is unshaken and he is willing to fight to make this City safe and affordable.
Tough on Crime
During his time on the JCPD, Frank earned his reputation as a legendary undercover cop, in which he infiltrated and brought down some of the City’s worst drug dealers. He’s made over 1,000 career arrests and secured millions of dollars in federal funding to help keep Jersey City streets safe. Frank’s work has received national attention, being inducted into the Policing Hall of Fame at George Mason University. His tenure as a JCPD Chief of Police has earned him great praise and serves as a testament to Frank’s ability to keep our streets safe.
Loyal Public Servant
As a graduate of St. Peter’s Prep and New Jersey City University, Frank went on to earn his Masters of Public Administration from Seton Hall University, and went on to complete coursework towards his doctoral degree in criminal justice at Rutgers University. Frank has made a career of protecting and serving the people of Jersey City for 29 years, eventually retiring in 2001 as the City’s Chief of Police. Frank has also been published in numerous journals and articles for his research and work in fighting street-level drug-dealing and violent crime.