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EMERGENCY DIAL 911
For non-emergencies dial: (732) 988-8000 ext. 432
Police Director Michael J. Bascom
Chief of Police James M. Hunt, Jr.
The mission of the Neptune Township Police Department is to consistently work to improve the quality of life for all citizens of and visitors to our community.
To promote the effective partnerships and encourage community involvement to address crime, the fear of crime and other community concerns.
|Chief James M. Hunt, Jr.||401|
|Police Director Michael J. Bascom||241|
|Administrative Assistant to Police Chief, Patti DeRosa||402|
|Administration & Community Outreach, Captain Larry Fisher||425|
|Operations Division, Captain Robert Mangold||430|
|Detective Bureau, Detective/Lieutenant Michael D’Amico||410|
|Street Crimes Unit, Lieutenant William Kirchner||416|
|Traffic Division, Sgt. Michael Zarro||433|
|Community Outreach/Internal Affairs, Sgt. Kevin O’Donnell||414|
|Internal Affairs Division, Lieutenant Michael McGhee||411|
|Municipal Court, Administrator, Ursula Postell||287|
When you call the police department be accurate and informative
Explain why you are calling. Leaving your name is OPTIONAL
Describe the people involved in the incident
- what they look like
- what they are wearing
- approximated height and weight
- skin color/ethnicity
- hairstyle and hair color
Give an address, location, or landmark of where the incident occurred
Describe the vehicle involved
- License plate number
Car Burglary Prevention
Secure your valuables
- Lock all doors and trunks/tailgate
- Close all windows
Keep valuables out of view
- Spare change
- Sports equipment
- Brief cases/backpacks
- Laptop cases
- Cell phones/charger
- Laptop/computer equipment
EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION SYSTEM The Township of Neptune has joined Avon-by-the-Sea, and Neptune City in an emergency notification system. This system has a feature that allows residents to log on and add themselves to the system via their own computer! The system allows residents to add up to three phone numbers and two email addresses. You can add your telephone numbers and addresses even if you think you are already listed, as the system recognizes duplications.
Click here for the link
Please note that you will need to “agree” to the basic terms and conditions before continuing your registration. The Police Department no longer refers to the system in print as “REVERSE 911” because this is a copyrighted name and belongs to another division of the same company.
Firearms Information and Forms:
In an emergency, dial 911