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Police
23 Washington Street
Mount Holly, NJ  08060

, Director of Public Safety
Phone (609): 845-1150
FAX (609):

    MISSION STATEMENT
    We, the members of the Mount Holly Township Police Department, are committed to the delivery of efficient and quality service to each and every resident of our community. We recognize our responsibility to maintain order, while respecting the dignity of every individual. Our objective is to improve the quality of life and provide a nourishing and safe environment for our children's growth through a community partnership.

    The Mount Holly Police Department is a progressive and aggressive police agency, devoted to the betterment of our community through service, performance and dedication. The county seat of Burlington County, Historic Mount Holly is the home of all Superior Court facilities and county administrative offices. Also, located within Mount Holly is Virtua Health Alliance, formerly Memorial Hospital of Burlington County.




    POLICE EMERGENCY, DIAL: 9-1-1
    Non-Police Emergency (609) 267-8300
    CRIME TIP-LINE, DIAL: COPS-400
    Report drug dealing and criminal activity.
    (609-267-7400)




    SPEEDERS HOTLINE, DIAL: 609-267-0170
    ext. 111

    Report speeding problems in your area, contact Lead Officer Bill Seitz at (609-267-0170
    ext.111)







    Other Phone Numbers:



    Police Administration
    609-267-0170 ext. 210
     

    Police Resource Management
    609-267-0170 ext. 102
     

    Law Enforcement Training - Sergeant Deppen
    609-267-0170 ext.162
     

    Recruitment - Sergeant Byham
    609-267-0170 ext. 211


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    School Services Unit and D.A.R.E.
    For the 2001-2002 school year,the School Services Unit of the Mount Holly Police Department has assigned Patrolman Jason Swan to work full-time with the Mount Holly Township School System. This assignment has increased the D.A.R.E. Programs to every level of the student body. Also, increasing interaction between students and the police will help both understand the needs of the youth today and that policemen are there to help young people with problems.


    A second officer, Patrolman James Harper, has been assigned to the Rancocas Valley Regional High School full-time. Patrolman Harper will continue to increase the part-time T.E.E.N.(Truancy-Education- Enforcement-Nurturing) Program to full-time. The T.E.E.N. Officer will have more time to spend in the classroom, and with teens and parents to problem-solve.



    Police Reports for Accidents and Insurance Purposes

    1. Contact your insurance company and follow their procedures.

    2. If you need a copy of the accident report, please allow five (5) working days for completion.

      You may mail to:
      Mount Holly Police Department Records Unit
      P.O. Box 411, 23 Washington Street
      Mount Holly, NJ 08060 (Handling Cost $5.00)

      OR

      You can come to police headquarters at the address above and obtain a copy for $0.75 per page.

      OR

      If you have a fax machine available, call Resource Management at (609) 267-0170 Ext. #102, and a copy will be faxed to you for FREE.


    3. If your vehicle was towed, you must obtain a release from police headquarters during normal
      business hours, Monday – Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.


    4. On occasion, drivers involved in accidents are issued summons for a violation. A court date is listed at the bottom of the summons. YOU MUST APPEAR ON THAT DATE if the box is checked. You may wish to consult with an attorney prior to coming to court. If you wish to plead NOT GUILTY, you must notify the court at least 5 days in advance of the scheduled court date.


    5. Remember, attempting to reach a police officer directly is often difficult. They do not work regular hours. Leave a message and the officer will return your call as soon as possible.


    Fingerprinting Services
    The Mount Holly Police Department offers fingerprint services Monday through Friday, 10:30 am to 11:30 am to all residents. The cost per visit for any fingerprinting is $5.00.



    Special Response Team
    The Mount Holly Police Department has six (6) officers assigned to the Burlington County Joint Tactical Team. On call, officers are available twenty four(24) hours a day, seven (7) days a week to respond with this joint task force to high-risk warrant service and hostage/barricaded person(s)incidents. Officers are trained by the International Association of Chiefs of Police organization, utilizing members from the LAPD SWAT Team as instructors.

    Police K-9 Unit
    For more information contact Patrolman John Miller at (609) 267-0170 Ext.159.


    Law Enforcement Training
    Law Enforcement Classes sponsored by the Mount Holly Police Department in conjunction with other agencies:

    Classes to be announced.

    For more information contact Sergeant Daniel Deppen at (609) 267-0170 ext.162.


    Police Recruitment
    The Mount Holly Police Department is regulated by the New Jersey Department of Personnel. Applications for testing are issued every January and may be picked up at the police department between 8:30am to 4:30pm. You must be a resident at the time of filing for the test and up until your appointment. For more information, please contact Sergeant Joseph Byham, Recruitment Officer at (609) 267-0170 ext.211.

    Miscellaneous Information:
    Those interested in patch trading can contact Detective Sergeant Steven Martin at (609) 267-0170 ext. 110.


    Thank you for visiting our website.
    Captain William Carrig III, Executive Officer, 609-267-0170 ext. 210.

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