DELANCO TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPT.
Click here to submit an Anonymous Tip online. This link is an alternative means by which individuals can relay valuable information in an anonymous manner to the Delanco Township Police Department. Your identity will not be disclosed when you submit the information.
Employment Opportunity: Full Time & Substitute Crossing Guards Needed
The Delanco Police Department is accepting applications for the positions of FULL TIME & SUBSTITUTE School Crossing Guards. Click here
for the Application. Once you have printed and completed the application, please call Danielle Buri, Police Secretary, at 856-461-0357 to set up an appointment to submit in person. Applicants must be 18 years old or older; successfully complete a background investigation and complete a physical exam. Click here
for the flyer. Delanco is an EOE.
Employment Opportunity: Police Officer Class II
The Delanco Township Police Department is actively seeking applicants for the position of Special Law Enforcement Class II (SLEO II) to supplement patrols up to 28 hours a week. Applicant Requirements: At minimum, Certification from the New Jersey Police Training Commission for Basic Course for Special Law Enforcement Officer Class II; Possess a valid New Jersey Driver's License; Possess a minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent; Successfully undergo a background check, drug testing & medical examination. Click here for the informational flyer.
Applications can be obtained from the Delanco Township Police Department, 770 Coopertown Road, Delanco, NJ 08075, Monday - Friday (9am to 4pm). Applications are to be submitted to Chief Jesse A. DeSanto on or before Monday, November 30, 2020. Please Note: If you are picking up an application on a Wednesday or Friday, please call the office at 856-461-0357 and the police secretary will assist you as the main lobby is closed.
Public Safety Announcement
In light of the recent Coronavirus Pandemic and the Declaration of a National Emergency, in an attempt to limit the possibility of our Law Enforcement Officers being exposed to the COVID-19 virus the Delanco Township Police Department wants to keep the public apprised of how we will be providing some of our police services.
We are monitoring all available information and regularly re-assessing the situation and methods to continue to provide the best possible service to the Community.
Our officers will be taking extra precautions to protect not only themselves, but you in the community as well. If you have a non-emergency need for police assistance, we recommend calling our non-emergency number at 856-461-1515.
Burlington County Central Communications call-takers will screen your call and send an officer if there is an immediate threat to you or another person’s safety. If you are calling for any non-life threatening matter, i.e. past tense criminal offenses, local ordinances, traffic violations, our officers will attempt to handle the call by phone. Please ensure you provide accurate call back information to Central Dispatch.
We have launched an online reporting process for incidents that can be handled via phone, email and online. Click here to report a NON-EMERGENCY INCIDENT via the ONLINE POLICE REPORTING FORM.
The Delanco Township Police Department is still handling ALL non-emergency and emergency calls during this crisis and we will continue to serve you during this trying time.
Please try and have patience with each other and our officers. We will be here to help you, so please stay calm and keep informed.
The Delanco Police Department is committed to providing law enforcement services that are fair, effective, and impartially applied. It is in the best interests of everyone that your complaint about the performance of an individual officer is resolved fairly and promptly. The Police Department has formal procedures for investigating your complaint. These procedures are designed to ensure fairness and protect the rights of both citizens and law enforcement officers. If you would like to make a complaint, please click here: Internal Affairs link.
Ending Domestic Violence Begins With You
Burlington County is looking to grow its Domestic Violence Response Team. This team consists of volunteers who work with Providence House, Domestic Violence Services and local police departments to help people who experience domestic violence by empowering and advocating for victims. Please click here for volunteer information including upcoming training class schedule.
Medicine Drop Box
The Delanco Township Police Department announces they have joined the New Jersey Attorney General's "Project Medicine Drop" initiative, and has installed a Project Medicine Drop box at the lobby of police headquarters, located at 770 Coopertown Road. This announcement makes it easier and more convenient than ever for Delanco Township residents to take an active role in the fight against the nationwide epidemic of opiate and heroin abuse, which often is fueled by the abuse of prescription pain killers.
Residents may visit the Delanco Police Department at any time, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, to dispose of their expired or unused medications. If you visit outside of normal business hours for the Municipal building--Monday through Friday, 9:00AM to 4:00PM and Monday evenings from 5:30 to 7:30PM (except for the 4th Monday of each month)--please use the telephone or doorbell located on the Police Department side of the building for entrance.
Project Medicine drop is a natural addition to our commitment to help improve the public safety and quality of life in Delanco Township. It will encourage our residents to be fully aware of the potential for abuse by these prescription medications and provide them with the proper way of disposing of unwanted or expired prescription medications.
Click here for the Delanco Police Department Press Release; click here for Informational Flier.
Police Statistics for 2019 Budget Proposal
2019 Budget Information
Calls of Service Report 2015-2018
Standard Operating Procedures
U and T Visa Applications
Law Enforcement Drug Testing Policy
Early Warning & Intervention System
Internet Purchase Safe Exchange Zone
The Delanco Police Department has established an Internet Purchase Safe Exchange Zone, two clearly marked parking spaces in the Delanco Township parking lot at 770 Coopertown Road with a designated security camera.
Click here for more information including safety tips.
What is Bias Crime?
Click here to learn more including how to report a bias incident.
Burlington County Prosecutor's Office
2016 Professional Standards Summary Report
2017 Professional Standards Summary Report
2018 Professional Standards Summary Report
2019 Professional Standards Summary Report
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