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Monroe Township Police Department in Monroe, New Jersey

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Monroe Township Police Department Contact Information

Address and Phone Number for Monroe Township Police Department, a Police Department, at Municipal Plaza, Monroe NJ.

Name
Monroe Township Police Department
Address
3 Municipal Plaza
Monroe, New Jersey, 08831
Phone
732-521-0222

Monroe Township Police Department Details

Type
Local Police Department
Full Time Sworn Officers
49
Full Time Civilians
17
Part Time Civilians
12

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About the Monroe Township Police Department

The Monroe Township Police Department, located in Monroe, New Jersey is a law enforcement agency that has been granted specific police powers in Middlesex County. The primary function of the Police Department is deterring crime, stopping crimes in progress, investigating crimes, and serving as first responders for emergencies and situations that threaten public safety.

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A big THANK YOU to Brett Quintavalle from Monroe Township Travel Soccer for the chocolate glazed and raspberry filled donuts earlier tonight. Night shift was running busy for a while and these were perfect for the crew. Also, If you know Ofc. Pintozzi, you’d know he loves his fresh donuts and is always first to dig in!
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The Monroe Township Police Department has been receiving numerous complaints for parking violations at Owens Park and Mary Mazza Duffy Memorial Park. Several warnings have been given to the sports organizations utilizing these facilities, however the parking situation has not improved.
The MTPD will begin issuing summonses for improper parking at these locations.
Please be considerate to your fellow community members and park in the designated spots.
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    As one of the organization that uses owens park we have warned our parents. I'm not sure how this gets put back on us to be our responsibility. The town should give out tickets. Blaming or penalizing the organization is just crazy.
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Special thanks to Brett Quintavalle from the Monroe Township Travel soccer team for the box of Police Power Rings. His way of thanking us for our service. Well, thank you, Brett
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    Congratulations to all the riders that participated in this years Police Unity Tour. The riders began from South Jersey on Monday and arrived on their bicycles in Washington D.C. today! MTPD Officer Mike Matkowsky was a rider and Sgt. Matt Buerklin provided support to the riders. Thank you for representing MTPD! The riders follow the motto “We Ride For Those Who Died.” The primary purpose of the Police Unity Tour is to raise awareness of Law Enforcement Officers who have …
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    MONROE – The township welcomed five new police officers, bringing the Monroe Township Police Department’s complement to 66.

    The new officers graduated from the Cape May Police Academy on July 2, 2020. Police Chief Michael Biennas and Mayor Stephen Dalina introduced the officers on Feb. 24.

    Biennas said “the new class of recruits joins a department of highly dedicated law enforcement professionals.”

    “We wish them all well in their new roles with the department,” he said.

    Richard A. Diaz is a 2012 graduate of Monroe Township High School. He earned his associate’s degree in criminal justice from Brookdale Community College in May 2015. He then earned a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from New Jersey City University in May 2019. Prior to his employment with the Monroe Township Police Department, Diaz worked at the Monroe Township Department of Public Works as a road equipment operator, according to information provided by the township.

    Heather M. McClain is a 2004 graduate of South Brunswick High School where she was a varsity basketball player. McClain attended Centenary College from 2004-06 and later graduated from The University of Scranton in 2008 with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. She began her career in law enforcement as a 911 dispatcher at the Camden County Sheriff’s Office in Woodbine, Georgia, according to the statement. Prior to attending the Cape May Police Academy she worked as a Monroe Township Police Department 911 dispatcher.

    Jake D. Lloyd graduated from Manchester Township High School in 2017. Lloyd earned an associate’s degree in criminal justice from Ocean County Community College in 2019. Lloyd received his NJ PTC SLEO II certification from the Ocean County Police Academy in May 2019. His law enforcement career began when he was hired by Toms River Police Department as a SLEO I where he served from April to September in 2018 for seasonal help. Prior to going to The Cape May Police Academy he worked at Mantoloking Police Department as a SLEO II for seasonal help, according to the statement.

    Martina Stewart is a 2014 graduate of Marlboro High school where she was a four-year varsity athlete in soccer and two years in lacrosse, leading both teams as captain, according to the statement.. Stewart then attended Brookdale Community College from fall 2014 to spring 2016. She then transferred to Willington University where she earned a bachelor’s degree in business management in the spring of 2019. During her college years, she continued to play soccer at both Brookdale and Willington University.

    Benjamin N. Ostner is a 2007 graduate of Freehold High School. Ostner attended Centenary University from August 2007 to May 2008. He then attended the College of New Jersey from August 2008 to May 2012 and studied at American College of Education. Ostner graduated with a bachelor’s and master’s degree in history, special education and educational administration. He was employed at the Monroe Township High School as a special education teacher from July 2012 to October 2019 and he was employed by New Brunswick High School as their varsity wrestling coach from November 2017 to October 2019, according to the statement.

    Sours: https://centraljersey.com/2021/02/25/monroe-township-police-department-welcomes-five-new-officers/
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    Monroe man missing in the woods for two days found with help of township family

    MONROE – A 28-year-old township man who was missing in the woods for two days was located thanks in part to a Tynedale Avenue family who heard his plea for help.

    The man, who suffered minor lacerations, dehydration and was unable to walk, was carried out of the woods by Monroe police, first aid and firefighters, police said.

    "The Monroe Police would like to thank Zachary Bruckman for his actions that day," police said in a statement that also extended thanks to the fire department and first aid squad for their assistance.

    Around 11 a.m. May 22 Monroe police officers and detectives were conducting a K-9 search in the wooded area off Tyndale Avenue, near the Spotswood and Old Bridge border, for a person who was reported missing on May 20.

    Police had issued a community notification on May 21 that a 28-year-old man was missing after last being seen on the border of Spotswood and Old Bridge. The man was described a wearing a maroon sweatshirt but no shoes.

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    Police said Laura LoPresti and Keith O’Brien along with K-9 Nico from the New Jersey Rescue and Recovery K-9 Unit assisted with the search.

    Around 11:33 a.m. police received a call from Suzana Bruckman, a resident of Tyndale Avenue, who reported her son Zachary heard someone in the woods calling for help. Bruckman said her sons Zachary and Roger ran into the woods in an attempt to locate the person calling for help, police said.

    Detective Sgt. Ron Breuer, Detective Dale DeGraw and Officer Joe Vella who were down the street conducting the K-9 search immediately responded to the area and the Bruckman family brought the officers to the area where the man was calling for help.

    Police said the Bruckman family, as well as the officers on scene, ran approximately 300 feet into the woods and located a distressed man who was determined to be the person that was reported missing.

    This is the second time in about a month a resident has assisted in locating a missing person. Earlier this month Emma Bodmer, 18, of Monroe, a goalie on the Providence College women's soccer team, spotted a distressed missing woman deep in the Monroe woods, while she was hiking.

    Bodmer called police and then ran out of the woods to help direct emergency personnel to the injured woman who had to be carried out of the woods.

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    Suzanne Russell is a breaking news reporter for MyCentralJersey.com covering crime, courts and other mayhem. To get unlimited access, please subscribe or activate your digital account today.

    Sours: https://www.mycentraljersey.com/story/news/local/middlesex-county/2021/05/26/monroe-nj-missing-man-located-community-help-say-police/7450445002/

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