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The Englewood Police Department is located at 75 South Van Brunt Street, approximately 1/2 mile north of Route 4. Englewood is served by a full-time professionally trained police department consisting of 79 sworn Police Officers, 6 civilian dispatchers. The Police Department is also responsible for overseeing and coordinating our school crossing guards.
The Englewood Police Department is comprised of a Patrol Division, Traffic Bureau, Detective Bureau and Juvenile Bureau.
Any police report that needs to be filed can be done at the Police Department. All reports will take at least five days to complete.
Traffic Accident Reports will be available via Lexis Nexis https://policereports.lexisnexis.com/
The Englewood Police Department is pleased to announce the implementation of the School Safe Corridor Initiative. The initiative will begin Monday, September 22, 2014. For a detailed description click here. You can also access a map by clicking here.
As winter quickly approaches, the Englewood Police Traffic Unit would like to give you a couple of reminders regarding City parking and snow removal:
Please be mindful that many of our City streets fall under Schedule XIII of City Ordinance 25-21 which establishes temporary prohibited parking for snow removal. REMEMBER: This prohibited parking ordinance will be enforced once there is approximately 3 inches of accumulation. Should you leave your vehicle on one of these streets during a snow storm, there is a possibility that it may be towed.
Please keep aware of any weather alerts and plan ahead to make alternate parking accommodations. For severe storms you may monitor the City website where parking sites may be suggested for your use.
APARTMENT RESIDENTS: When possible, the Traffic Unit will keep in contact with your Super or Site Manager in order to facilitate the roads being cleared of vehicles.
If you have any questions you may contact the Englewood Police Traffic Unit at 201-871-6442.
Click here to see copies of I.A. Compliance Reports.
The City of Englewood Police Department (EPD) is proud to announce the creation of a Special Needs Registry Program which will allow our officers to better serve our special needs residents. For more information please click here.
Special Needs Registration (click here).
D.A.R.E. New Jersey is a collaborative program in which local law enforcement and local schools join together to educate students about the personal and social consequences of substance abuse and violence. D.A.R.E. NJ curricula is designed to be delivered sequentially from grades K-12. The D.A.R.E. NJ program increases knowledge and awareness of effective substance abuse prevention among school-aged youth.
Individuals can now conveniently obtain a traffic accident report online.
In addition to participating in the DEA National Drug Take-Back Days, the Englewood Police Department is part of the New Jersey Project Medicine Drop. It allows consumers to dispose of unused and expired medications anonymously at a permanent prescription drug drop box located in the Police Department lobby at 75 South Van Brunt Street.
John Booth, Deputy Chief, Commanding Officer in Charge, BCPO -Chief@englewoodpd.org
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75 South Van Brunt Street
Englewood, NJ 07631
Phone: (201) 568-2711
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