In an effort to remain connected to the community, the Monroe Township Police Department has created this web page to help keep the citizens of Monroe Township informed.
Citizens can now report minor incidents like Vandalism, Identity Theft, Lost Property, Civil Matters, Motor Vehicle Complaints and Minor Thefts online via our Citizen Services Program Website.
NJ Suspicious Activity Reporting System
NJSARS shares suspicious activity information to law enforcement partners throughout the State. NJSARS is also linked to the FBI’s national SAR system known as eGuardian, which partners with the Nationwide SAR Initiative (NSI) to form a single repository accessible to thousands of law enforcement personnel and analysts nationwide.
Report Suspicious Activity:
“SAFE-NJ” Mobile SAR app is available on iTunes, Google Play, and Microsoft libraries
The Monroe Township Police Department welcomes and appreciates all tips relating to criminal activity, those tips can be emailed to us at email@example.com, or you can call our tip line at 856-875-2940.
To report an emergency 24/7, please dial 911. If you need immediate assistance from the Monroe Township Police Department for a non emergency 24/7, please call 856-728-0800.
Monroe Township Police Chief Craig Monahan firstname.lastname@example.org extension 209
The Monroe Township Police Records Bureau is responsible for the maintenance and storage of all police reports, criminal records, arrest photographs, criminal investigations, motor vehicle crashes, and all service call reports.
The Monroe Township Police Records Bureau is located on the police department side of the municipal building on the 1st floor. The Monroe Township Police Records Bureau is open Monday through Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm, and is closed on weekends and all major holidays.
There are fees for copies of various police reports. These fees have been set in accordance with N.J.S.A. 47:1A-1, N.J.S.A. 39:4-131, and Monroe Township Municipal Ordinance 74-29. Discovery requests made by attorneys offices, must be made in writing and mailed to: Monroe Township Police Department, 125 Viginia Avenue, Williamstown, NJ 08094, Attention: Police Records Bureau. All persons requesting records must indicate the reason for the request, and must show proper identification.
For an OPRA request, please complete an OPRA form and bring it to the Clerk’s Office during normal business hours.
Barbara Horcher – Records Supervisor (856) 728-9800 ext. 208
Denise Luby – Records Support Tech 4 (856) 728-9800 ext. 275
Cheryl Smith – Records Support Tech 2 (856) 728-9800 ext. 274
Lauren Dickey – Records Support Tech 2 (856) 728-9800 ext. 247
Gloria LaPollo – Records Support Tech 1 (856) 728-9800 ext. 211
Working on the roadside is a dangerous and sometimes deadly job. That’s why the Division of Highway Traffic Safety is asking motorists to Make the Move. What’s the Move? When you see flashing lights on the side of the road, slow down, and if it’s safe, Move Over – away from police, fire crews, paramedics and tow truck drivers. If you make the move, others will follow.
The following links are for the benefit of all citizens.
Effective March 15, 2008 the New Jersey State Bureau of Identification implemented the remaining phase of the Applicant Live Scan. This new procedure requires most people needing fingerprints taken go to the state contract vendor for this service. Please click here (hyperlink: http://www.state.nj.us/dobi/insliced/livescan.thm) to see more detailed instructions and links to required forms. Once on the page, scroll down to read all the information regarding background checks. Read Instructions For Obtaining Your Criminal History Record.
The Monroe Township Police Department currently takes fingerprints for out of state schooling and/or employment.
Identity Theft: (Hyperlink to http://njsp.org/tech/identity.html)
NJ Most Wanted: (Hyperlink to http://njsp.org/wanted/index.shtml)
Every year, thousands of children go missing. The FBI’s new Child ID App (Hyperlink: http://www.fbi.gov/news/stories/child_080511/child-id-app) can help!
You’re shopping at the mall with your children when one of them suddenly disappears. A quick search of the nearby area is unsuccessful. What do you do?
Now there’s a free new tool from the FBI that can help. Our just launched Child ID app—the first mobile application created by the FBI—provides a convenient place to electronically store photos and vital information about your children so that it’s literally right at hand if you need it. You can show the pictures and provide physical identifiers such as height and weight to security or police officers on the spot. Using a special tab on the app, you can also quickly and easily e-mail the information to authorities with a few clicks.
FBI Cyber Safety:
NJSP Cyber Safety:
On Guard Online:
Net Family News:
Stay Safe Online:
Gang Resistance Education:
http://www.great-online.org/ Police Explorer Program – Monroe Township
E-Mail email@example.com if you are interested in being a member or for more details!
Pre-teen and teenage behavior issues
The Parent Institute:
Criminal Alien :
“If you are the victim of a criminal alien, please register at http://www.ice.gov/victim-notification/ to enroll in the Department of Homeland Security US Immigrations and Customs Enforcement HSI Victim Notification Program.