***HIDDEN IN PLAIN SIGHT, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 5 P.M. NORTH BRUNSWICK MIDDLE SCHOOL***
During this FREE program, parents will discover how alcohol, drugs and paraphernalia can be easily hidden in a teenager’s bedroom, bathroom and other locations within your home and car. No one ever wants to think of their child using alcohol and drugs. However, there are signs and symptoms to be aware of that may explain your child’s behavior.
A Spanish translator will be present.
For further information, including program schedule, please click on the link below.
***IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION FOR HYUNDAI AND KIA OWNERS***
Recent trends have shown just how easy it is to steal Hyundais and Kias, but New Jersey is doing something about it. Hyundai and Kia are offering a new solution to help drive down theft and keep their vehicles safe.
Poor choices on anti-theft controls by Hyundai/Kia have made many of their vehicles easy to steal – a failure that has led to a surge of auto thefts and public safety issues. Protect your vehicle and help us curb auto theft in NJ.
A recent trend shows just how easy it is to steal Hyundais and Kias. But no matter what you’ve heard, there ARE steps you can take to safeguard your vehicle from theft and the violent crime it can fuel. It starts by checking if your car is eligible for the anti-theft upgrade.
Please click the link below for important steps to take to safeguard your Hyundai and Kia vehicle.
The Police Department is conducting normal operations and residents may reach out by calling the non-emergency number at (732) 545-3200 for service or 911 for a true emergency.
Any member of the public that wishes to FILE a police report in person may come to the Police Department located at 710 Hermann Road.
Any member of the public that wishes to PICK UP a police report may come in person to the Police Department Records Bureau located at 1460 Livingston Ave Building 400 Second Floor. Also motor vehicle accident reports are available online at https://www.crashdocs.org.
To reach the Records Bureau by phone please call (732)-247-0922, Ext 415.
The public can still use the Craigslist Safe Zone, located in the lobby of police headquarters at 710 Hermann Road for transactions. It can be used 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, with no cost to anyone.
***NORTH BRUNSWICK POLICE DEPARTMENT RECRUITMENT PLAN***
Please click on the link below for information on the Police Department’s Recruitment Plan.
The mission of the North Brunswick Township Police Department is to provide effective policing services to all residents of our community.
Our goal is to maintain a safe and secure environment that will facilitate the quality of life our citizens have grown to expect by insuring that federal, state, and local laws are enforced in a fair, consistent, and swift manner. By doing so in a fashion sensitive to the multitude of cultures that make up the human fabric of our community, we will continually work to achieve and maintain the respect and cooperation of the fine citizens of our community.learn more
DISASTER ASSISTANCE RESOURCES
The North Brunswick Township Office of Emergency Management is working with Middlesex County Emergency Management and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to assess local damage from Tropical Storm Ida last week.
The federal declaration covers any storm damage that took place during Tropical Storm IDA between Wednesday, September 1, 2021, and Thursday, September 2, 2021. This relief is not just for residents who reported the damage on the day of the storm but anyone who may have experienced storm damage.
Under the latest declaration, residents and business owners who suffered losses in Bergen, Gloucester, Hunterdon, Middlesex, Passaic and Somerset counties will be able to request assistance at http://www.DisasterAssistance.gov or by calling 1-800-621-FEMA(3362). The TTY number for the hearing or speech impaired is 1-800-462-7585 (TTY). Calls will be accepted seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Under the declaration, residents and business owners will be eligible for a series of federal programs, including low-cost loans for property losses not covered by insurance, and grants for temporary shelter and home repairs.
In addition, state and local governments and some nonprofit organizations in those same counties can receive federal funding for emergency work and repair or replace facilities damaged by the storms.
The Office of Emergency Management is responsible for creating North Brunswick’s Emergency Management Plan to guide its response to man-made and natural disasters.
Emergency Management coordinates the activities of North Brunswick emergency services with other municipal, county and state emergency organizations in the event of a declared emergency.learn more
The animal control division of the police department handles specific issues surrounding feral, stray and wild animals.
A certified animal control officer is on 24-hour call to answer animal emergencies to respond to issues with:
- Stray or feral cats and stray dogs.
- All injured birds & water fowl, which include ducks and geese.
- All bats captured within a residence MUST be submitted to the state laboratory for testing as according to the State mandate. Results of the rabies test will take a minimum of 3 working days).
- Surrendering of pets (case by case basis).