A former Galloway Township police officer must forfeit a portion of his pension after he pleaded guilty to a 2015 domestic assault that left a woman needing surgery to fix the broken bones in her face.
Raymond Glick, a 24-year police veteran, had his pension reduced by five years, according to minutes from the November Police and Firemen’s Retirement System Board meeting. The penalty stems from the March 4, 2015, aggravated assault.
He currently receives a $2,983.66 per month pension, public salary records show.
Glick was arrested March 21, 2015, at the township police station on Jimmie Leeds Road, according to previous reports. The incident, during which he attacked, punched and slapped his girlfriend in the township home they shared, occurred while he was off duty.
He resigned from the department several days later and was sentenced to 120 days in jail and 100 more under electronic monitoring that December. He also received four years’ probation and was forced to surrender all guns and his job in public service.
The victim was in Glick’s home office, where he ran a tax preparation service, Income Tax Service LLC, when she accidentally shredded some documents, the woman said during the sentencing. As she tried to apologize, Glick attacked her.
The woman went to the hospital more than two weeks later, and X-rays revealed she had three broken bones and damaged nerves and would need surgery.