Now even a beach patrol would not easily realize that a man had come out of the sea and hidden in the forest.
Al Aires, a high school teacher who is captain of the beach patrol, then spoke up.
Those beach patrol with strong rowers have better rescue abilities.
The bananas live next to the beach and serve as beach patrol.
They must be reserved in advance with the Beach Patrol at (908) 793-4646.
During these times, beach patrols clear the area and disallow people from entering the pier.
Throughout the area, beach patrols and lifeguards made dozens of rescues.
In the early days of the beach patrol, the buoy was all the lifeguard had to rescue a swimmer.
In the summer of 2005 volunteers performed over 100,000 preventative actions during 155,000 hours of beach patrols.
There is no beach patrol in this area, however a life-jacket loaner program is offered.