Monday - Friday
8:30 - 4:30

(609) 625-1511 

6101 Thirteenth Street
Mays Landing, NJ 08330

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Township of Hamilton Police Department

6101 Thirteenth St Mays Landing, NJ 08330

Non Emergency Number (609)625-2700

 Chief Gregory K Ciambrone

INTEGRITY - COURAGE - EXCELLENCE

PUBLIC NOTICE

The Township of Hamilton Police Department is scheduled for an on-site assessment as part of its program to achieve re-accreditation by verifying that it meets recognized professional best practices.

 

Administered by the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police, the accreditation program requires agencies to comply with best practice standards in five basic areas: the administrative function, the personnel function, the operations function, the investigative function, and the arrestee/detainee function.

 

Agency employees and the public are invited to offer comments by calling (609) 625 - 7437 on Monday, May 16, 2022  between the hours of 9:00 am – 11:00 am.  Comments will be taken by the Assessment Team.  Email comments can be sent to Sergeant Cheryl McCarthy at cmccarthy@townshipofhamilton.com.

           

Telephone comments are limited to 5 minutes and must address the agency’s ability to comply with the NJSACOP standards.  A copy of the standards is available for inspection at the Township of Hamilton Police Department located 6101 13th Street Mays Landing NJ 08330.  Please contact Sergeant Cheryl McCarthy at (609) 625 2700 x 557 for more information.

 

Anyone wishing to submit written comments about the Township of Hamilton Police Department’s ability to comply with the standards for accreditation may send them by email to Harry J Delgado, Accreditation Program Manager, hdelgado@njsacop.org, by phone (856) 988 - 5880, or write to the New Jersey State Association of Chief’s of Police, Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission at 751 Route 73 North, Suite 12, Marlton, NJ 08053.

The press release is available here.


Welcome to the Township of Hamilton Police Department web page. We hope you use this tool to stay better informed, to keep us better informed, and to make it easier for you to get the service you need from your police department. The  police officers, part-time special officers, dispatchers, and members of our clerical staff are trained, skilled, ready and committed to do one thing: to help you when you need help.

 

OUR MISSION:

"To deliver quality police service that meets community expectations."

There are implications to the phrase that form a set of three basic principles on which we base our policing philosophy:

  1. We are a service-delivery organization.

               WE ARE HERE TO HELP

  1. We are committed to excellence and improvement.

               WE WILL WORK TO ALWAYS DO BETTER

  1.  We determine our proper activities from the community we serve
THIS IS THE SHARED JOB OF POLICE AND CITIZENS, AND WE MUST ADAPT TO CHANGING CONDITIONS.

 

These principles make us community-centered, meaning that we try to solve the problem, rather than just handle the call. It means that we are prepared to handle everything from a catastrophe to giving directions, from neutralizing the dangerous individual to returning a lost child to her parent(s).

Every day, on every shift, your officers enter your neighborhoods, patrol your highways, and protect your commercial areas, alert and prepared for the worst-case scenario, and ready to pick up and return to your yard a trash can that blew into the street.

Every day our public safety dispatchers ensure that you get prompt service as they channel the volume of telephone calls and radio transmissions associated with over 67,000 calls-for-service annually to our dispatch center, to get you the police, fire, and rescue help you need.

E
very day our civilian support personnel aid those officers and help you get the police reports and information you need, and channel the flow of information to everyone who needs it.

 

 

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