Glenn Yanovak is a proven leader in law enforcement with 25-years of experience in management, investigation, school security, interviewing and interrogation. Glenn is widely recognized by his colleagues for his expertise in forensic science, and crime solving techniques. Throughout his law enforcement career, Glenn has been a proven leader in delivering results in high-pressure and time-sensitive situations. Glenn has the unique ability to handle multiple cases at once, without sacrificing his quality of work. He is highly experienced in multiple law enforcement technologies for background and criminal history screening.
Glenn followed in the footsteps of his father, who served a neighboring town for more than 30 years as a dedicated officer. He is honored that his father was able to present him with his certificate, following his graduation from the Morris County Police and Fire Academy.
Glenn Yanovak switched his focus to the private sector in 2017, becoming a Senior Private Investigator with Creative Solutions Investigations, servicing New Jersey. In this position, Mr. Yanovak is responsible for civil investigations into disability claims, employment non-compete agreements, cohabitation, personal injury, and so forth. He is required to interact with clients, attorneys, and insurance companies in order to deliver a final work product involving written reports, video/audio/photographic evidence. Mr. Yanovak is often required to testify as to his findings with investigations.
My father served as a Police Officer for 30 years with the Morris Twp. Police Dept. While growing up I had great pride in my father for what he did, and I wanted to follow in his footsteps and serve in law enforcement …
While working on my degree in criminal justice at the County College of Morris I was hired by the Hanover Twp. Police department in 1992 as a dispatcher with the understanding that I would be promoted to the rank of patrolman once the position became available. I worked …
Police are currently searching for a man believed to be involved in a shooting Friday afternoon, Hanover Township Detective Glenn Yanovak said. The shooting took place in the area of the Econo Lodge on Route 10 just before its intersection with Route 287 in Whippany at about 3:30 p.m …
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