Marlboro Township Police Department

Marlboro Township Police Department Marlboro Police Department, Monmouth County, New Jersey
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The Marlboro Township Police Department currently has 67 full-time sworn police officers, 2 Class-1 Special Officer, 3 Class -2 Special Officer and 25 civilain staff made up of communications operators, administrative assistants, and animal control officers. http://www.marlboro-nj.gov/social-media-policy.pdf

Mission: We, the Marlboro Township Police Department are Committed to providing the highest level of law enforcement services to the residents and visitors of Marlboro Township, through collaboration with the citizens and other governmental agencies both local and regional. Our services are delivered by professional, well trained, and accountable officers, who are committed to improve the quality of life for those who work, or visit our community.

On behalf of Chief Peter Pezzullo, we are pleased to announce that Marlboro Township has been ranked the 2nd Safest City...
03/12/2020

On behalf of Chief Peter Pezzullo, we are pleased to announce that Marlboro Township has been ranked the 2nd Safest City in Monmouth County and the 58th Safest City (out of 231) in the state of New Jersey by the National Council For Home Safety and Security. We are proud of this accomplishment and will strive to keep Marlboro a safe and secure community for all our residents, businesses and visitors. Please see the attached report for more information: https://www.alarms.org/safest-cities-in-new-jersey/

03/11/2020
Ask The Chief With Marlboro Police Chief Peter Pezzullo

Ask the Chief link below! Please view and share this awesome interview with Chief Peter Pezzullo from earlier today. Chief Pezzullo answered a variety of questions and concerns. It’s a must see. Enjoy!
#marlboropolice #communityfirst #townsquaremedia #askthechief #communitypolicing #marlborotownship

https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=ExZxgeRA73Y

In the 5th episode of Townsquare Media Jersey Shore's 'Ask The Chief' Marlboro Township Police Chief Peter Pezzullo discusses a number of key topics affectin...

MARLBORO PD IS CURRENTLY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2020 YOUTH POLICE ACADEMY The 5th Class of the Marlboro Police Y...
03/11/2020

MARLBORO PD IS CURRENTLY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2020 YOUTH POLICE ACADEMY

The 5th Class of the Marlboro Police Youth Police Academy will take place from Monday, August 3rd through Friday, August 14th from 7:30 am until 3:30 pm. The Academy will be held at the Marlboro Middle School and is open to Marlboro residents who are currently in the 7th and 8th grade. There is no fee to attend this Academy. For more information or to receive an application, please contact either Det. Sgt. John Bise at (732) 536-0100 ext. 1060 [email protected] or Ptlm. Callen Figarola at (732) 536-0100 ext. 1119 [email protected].

Chief Pezzullo and the members of the Marlboro Police department would like to thank Rorie and the staff at PC Richards ...
03/10/2020

Chief Pezzullo and the members of the Marlboro Police department would like to thank Rorie and the staff at PC Richards for providing the generous lunch. We truly appreciate your support.

K9 BOLO participating in the Luau themed Purim party at the Chai Building today.
03/09/2020

K9 BOLO participating in the Luau themed Purim party at the Chai Building today.

This weekend Special Olympics New Jersey hosted their annual SnowBowl at MetLife Stadium. Members of our department fund...
03/08/2020

This weekend Special Olympics New Jersey hosted their annual SnowBowl at MetLife Stadium. Members of our department fundraised and participated on Friday evening under the lights. We would like to thank everyone who donated, allowing us to support all the athletes involved in the special olympics.
#marlboropolice #communityfirst #sonj #snowbowl #protectandserve

Marlboro Township, NJ
03/06/2020

Marlboro Township, NJ

Mayor Jon Hornik and Chief Pezzullo are honored and proud to announce the promotions of Brian Willitt to Sergeant John Loyer to Lt. And Stephen Levy to Captain in the Marlboro Township Police Department Congratulations and be safe!

Marlboro Township, NJ
03/06/2020

Marlboro Township, NJ

Mayor Jon Hornik and Chief Pezzullo are honored and proud to announce the promotions of Brian Willitt to Sergeant John Loyer to Lt. And Stephen Levy to Captain in the Marlboro Township Police Department Congratulations and be safe!

Marlboro Township Police Department
03/06/2020

Marlboro Township Police Department

Chief Peter Pezzullo and Mayor Jonathan Hornik are proud to announce promotions to the pictured officers (from left to right). Sergeant Brian Willett, Lieutenant John Loyer and Captain Stephen Levy. We are extremely proud of each officer, and these promotions have been well earned. We have the utmost confidence that they will perform to the highest level in their new ranks. Congratulations and be safe!

Chief Peter Pezzullo and Mayor Jonathan Hornik are proud to announce promotions to the pictured officers (from left to r...
03/06/2020

Chief Peter Pezzullo and Mayor Jonathan Hornik are proud to announce promotions to the pictured officers (from left to right). Sergeant Brian Willett, Lieutenant John Loyer and Captain Stephen Levy. We are extremely proud of each officer, and these promotions have been well earned. We have the utmost confidence that they will perform to the highest level in their new ranks. Congratulations and be safe!

03/05/2020

Marlboro Police Department is aware of a post that was placed on the Marlboro Community Page that did not contain accurate information. Marlboro Police Department DID NOT investigate nor receive any reports of a child luring incident at Costco on Route 9. WE DID investigate a possible theft at Costco, but it had nothing to do with luring of any children. We would like to remind our residents not to believe everything they read on social media, however, rest assured that the Marlboro Township Police Department page WILL contain the facts about incidents that may or may not have taken place within our township.

03/05/2020

At approximately 3pm today, the Monmouth County Radio Room in Freehold received an anonymous call about a possible active shooter at CPC School located on Lloyd Road. Officers were immediately dispatched to the school. Protocol was followed and the Marlboro Police Department contacted the Marlboro Township Board of Education and Marlboro Memorial Middle School was placed on lockdown. Officers investigated, found nothing and at this time we believe it to be a hoax. Once we deemed the situation to be safe, the lockdown at Memorial Middle School was lifted. Our officers are still on location at CPC School; if need be, we will update with any further pertinent information.

Attention Residents!We are honored and excited to announce that Chief Peter Pezzullo will be appearing on 94.3 “The Poin...
03/03/2020
Marlboro Police Chief Peter Pezzullo to appear on 'Ask The Chief'

Attention Residents!

We are honored and excited to announce that Chief Peter Pezzullo will be appearing on 94.3 “The Point” radio station for a segment titled “Ask the Chief” hosted by Mr. Vin Ebenau on Wednesday, March 11th. 'Ask The Chief' show and digital video series is an opportunity for Jersey Shore Police Chiefs to join in the newsroom and answer questions submitted by residents as well as by the news team and discuss current events, safety procedures, community programs and more.

Please click the link below for further information.

On Wednesday March 11, Marlboro Police Chief Peter Pezzullo will join us for Townsquare Media Jersey Shore's 5th episode of 'Ask The Chief'.

*****Update on Coronavirus incident*****The New Jersey Department of Health finds the individual negative for the Corona...
03/01/2020

*****Update on Coronavirus incident*****
The New Jersey Department of Health finds the individual negative for the Coronavirus.

Please review the below listed link for further infomation and details on the incident.

https://www.nj.gov/health/news/2020/approved/20200229b.shtml

“The Department continues to remind residents to take necessary precautions to protect themselves from all respiratory viruses, such as washing their hands frequently, covering coughs and sneezes, and staying home when sick,” Commissioner Persichilli New Jersey Coronavirus Task Force

02/29/2020Dear Residents,                                                                                               ...
02/29/2020

02/29/2020
Dear Residents,
In an attempt to keep the Marlboro community up to date on current Coronavirus (COVID-19) details, we are providing the attached statement regarding the incident that was initially reported in Holmdel earlier this morning.
FREEHOLD, NJ –Monmouth County Freeholder Director Thomas A. Arnone and Freeholder Deputy Director Susan M. Kiley, liaison to the Monmouth County Health Department, are closely monitoring the situation at Bayshore Hospital and are in constant communication with health officials.
New Jersey Public Health Environmental Laboratories is currently testing for coronavirus on this individual in accordance with CDC guidelines. The New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) expects test results within 24 hours.
For further information, please refer to the NJ Department of Health link provided below.

https://www.nj.gov/health/news/2020/approved/20200229a.shtml

Sincerely,

Peter J. Pezzullo
Chief of Police
Marlboro Township OEM Coordinator

Marlboro Township, NJ
02/28/2020

Marlboro Township, NJ

Please see a letter from Marlboro Township Police Department Office of Emergency Management Coordinator Chief of Police Pezzullo on Corona Virus Preparedness.

Marlboro PD’s FOP Lodge 15 and PBA Local 196 would like to wish best of luck to Jacob Eimont of Boy Scout Troop 86 with ...
02/27/2020

Marlboro PD’s FOP Lodge 15 and PBA Local 196 would like to wish best of luck to Jacob Eimont of Boy Scout Troop 86 with his upcoming Eagle Project. Jacob is organizing a “Senior Prom” for the residents who live in Marlboro’s Greenbrier Community. Jacob is putting this together in honor of his grandfather who passed away a few years ago. We are happy to support you and this valuable project and can’t wait “party” with the Greenbrier folks on April 4th!!

Marlboro Township Police Explorer Post 105
02/20/2020

Marlboro Township Police Explorer Post 105

Tonight, the explorers had their annual dinner at Federicis in Freehold. A huge thanks to Chief Pezzulo, Lt. Levy, Officer Figarola, Officer Perinni, Sgt. Bise, and Officer Caulfield for coming out. During the dinner, we had multiple types of awards given to many different explorers. We had 15 recipients for the Community service award, 3 recipients of the Law enforcement award and an explorer of the year award for 2019 given out. The 2019 explorer of the year was Deputy Chief Om Vachhani! Congratulations to all! It was a great night!

For more information on how to join, call Patrolman Callen Figarola at 732-536-0100 Ext. 1119, email [email protected], or feel free to direct message us!

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K9 BOLO making the best of his day off by preparing his mom’s favorite dessert on this special day, he even got her flow...
02/14/2020

K9 BOLO making the best of his day off by preparing his mom’s favorite dessert on this special day, he even got her flowers! He, along with everyone at the Marlboro Township Police Department, would like to wish everyone a safe and happy Valentine’s Day.

Congratulations Matthew ZehlSixteen weeks ago Matthew came to the Marlboro Township Police Department via a pilot progra...
02/12/2020

Congratulations Matthew Zehl

Sixteen weeks ago Matthew came to the Marlboro Township Police Department via a pilot program called, Growth Through Opportunity. Throughout his time here Matthew has truly become a member of the Marlboro Police family. Matthew accomplished so many personal goals and has made a life-long impression on everyone in the organization. Today we celebrated his successful completion and graduation from this amazing program. On behalf of Chief Pezzullo and the entire police department we would like to congratulate Matthew and wish him the best in all of his future endeavors!

#matthewtakesmarlboro #growththroughopportunity #arcofnj #arcofus #marlboropolice #communityfirst #communitypolicing #marlborotownship

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Beginning on Friday, February 14th, Conover Road will be closed between Route 520 and Route 79 from Monday through Frida...
02/11/2020

Beginning on Friday, February 14th, Conover Road will be closed between Route 520 and Route 79 from Monday through Friday, 8:30am until 3pm (weather permitting). There will be road closure signs posted and a detour will be in place. Pleasant Valley Road will be accessible from Route 79 and Reids Hill Road. Vehicles will be able to proceed straight through the Conover Road/Pleasant Valley Road intersection only; there will be no left or right turns onto Conover Road permitted. Access for the Collier School and Conover Hills Developments will be from the Route 79/Conover Road side. All traffic for the New Hope Foundation and The Discovery House will gain access from the Route 520/Conover Road side. Officers will be on location to prevent entry into the construction zone. This road construction project may be in place for several months. If possible, avoid the area and please drive carefully. We will provide updates with future road closures and detours related to this project.

ROAD CLOSURE & POWER OUTAGESTexas Road is closed between Greenwood Road and Thomas Lane as the result of a motor vehicle...
02/08/2020

ROAD CLOSURE & POWER OUTAGES

Texas Road is closed between Greenwood Road and Thomas Lane as the result of a motor vehicle accident with poles and wires down. Officers will be on scene detouring traffic away from the area. Power is out affecting approx. 1,500 residents. JCP&L en route. Traffic lights at Highway 79/ Tennent Road and Highway 79/ Lloyd Road are without power as well. DOT is responding out.

Please avoid this area if possible.

FROM THE OFFICE OF CHIEF PETER PEZZULLO, OEM COORDINATOR For the remainder of the day (February 7th) their exists the po...
02/07/2020

FROM THE OFFICE OF CHIEF PETER PEZZULLO, OEM COORDINATOR

For the remainder of the day (February 7th) their exists the possibility of severe storms, including damaging winds for our immediate area. We are reminding everyone that if you see or come across downed power lines, to call 911 and stay clear of the wires and poles. We are also asking everyone to drive with extreme caution as trees, limbs and other debris may be blown onto the roadways causing additional potential hazards.

In the event that power outages occur due to extreme weather, JCP&L customers are encouraged to report their outages by calling 1-888-LIGHTSS (1-888-544-4877) or by texting OUT to 544487.

Please be safe and remember to dial 9-1-1 for any emergency and (732) 536-0100 for all non-emergency situations.

Marlboro Police Department Seeks Domestic Violence Response Volunteers  Marlboro Township Police Department is currently...
02/06/2020

Marlboro Police Department Seeks Domestic Violence Response Volunteers


Marlboro Township Police Department is currently recruiting volunteers to serve on our Domestic Violence Response Team (DVRT). In affiliation with 180 Turning Lives Around (180), and with the assistance of the response team volunteers, Marlboro Police Department continues to make this free, 24/7 confidential service available to victims of domestic violence in the aftermath of a highly emotional and traumatic experience. 180 will be conducting the mandatory 40-hour training course for new DVRT volunteers April 21st – May 14th, Tuesdays/Wednesdays/Thursdays, 6:00pm-9:30pm. Classes are located Tuesdays at the Holmdel Community Center, 6 Crawfords Corner Road, and Wednesdays and Thursdays in the courtroom at Halzet Police Headquarters, 255 Middle Road. Applications are currently being accepted.

180’s volunteer DVRT Advocates are civilian members of the community who work collaboratively with law enforcement to provide support, information, and resources to victims of domestic violence at police headquarters. Advocates also discuss with victims safety planning and their legal rights in regard to obtaining a Temporary Restraining Order. By providing support and crucial perspective of the situation, these specially-trained advocates help to empower victims to make informed decisions for themselves and their families.

Basic requirements for volunteers to apply include that they must be eighteen years of age or older, have access to reliable transportation, possess a valid driver’s license, be willing to serve on an on-call shift basis, participate in an interview process, pass background investigations and fingerprinting, successfully complete the mandatory training, and attend a monthly supervisory meeting. Marlboro Police Department and 180 are committed to a culturally and socially diverse team to better serve the community. Bi-lingual capability is helpful. Prior knowledge of domestic violence is not required. The identities of the DVRT volunteers are kept anonymous. Please contact Lt. Christie McKenna, Marlboro Township Police Department, DVRT DVLO, at (732) 536-0100 ext. 1079, to obtain an application or for additional information. Applications are also available for download at: https://180nj.org/give-help/volunteering/domestic-violence-response-team-advocate/ Deadline to apply is April 10th.

For forty-four years, 180 Turning Lives Around, a private non-profit organization, has been dedicated to providing emergency safe housing, support, counseling, advocacy, education, and prevention in Monmouth County for individuals and families affected by domestic and sexual violence. If you, or someone you know, is in need of assistance, please call 180’s 24/7 Confidential Domestic Violence Hotline at 732-264-4111 or 888-843-9262. Visit www.180nj.org for more information. In an emergency, dial 9-1-1.

Texas Road will be closed on February 6th  from 9am-3pm (weather permitting). The road construction will take place betw...
02/04/2020

Texas Road will be closed on February 6th from 9am-3pm (weather permitting). The road construction will take place between Spring Valley Road and Greenwood Road. Road closure signs will be placed at the intersections for Texas Road/Spring Valley Road and Texas Road/Greenwood Road. Detour signs will be set up at Falson Lane and Wooleytown Road and police officers will be on location as well. Please drive carefully!!

01/31/2020

Please read a message from Dr. Hibbs

Hello Marlboro Community,

There has been a tremendous amount of activity on social media regarding a situation that occurred at Marlboro Middle School. Yesterday, there was a physical incident involving students. Please understand, MTPS never condones any acts of violence on any level. Regardless of what has been mentioned in any venue, these are the facts holding true to what the law allows the district to communicate to the public.

MTPS has standards, policies, and procedures in place for positive student development and student behavioral expectations. MTPS educates students on demonstrating respect for everyone, solving problems in healthy ways, and showing the importance of being kind and considerate. We consistently stress to each and every student his/her worth and the fact that each student has rights.

Yesterday involved a complicated matter. MTPS addressed the incident expeditiously as soon as the details of the event were shared. This included partnering with the Marlboro Police Department. The following steps are taking place to address yesterday's event.

* Held a faculty meeting at MMS to discuss the incident.

* Working with each family involved supporting each student as each is a person with rights, feelings, and needs.

* Will hold discussions with students again about the need to be vigilant and report any circumstances they find concerning. This is one of those conversations and topics MTPS must partner with you, as parents and guardians. Reporting information that is concerning is difficult, but it is a necessary part of the world in which we live. Please speak with your children at home, and we will also take every possible learning opportunity to discuss the importance of making wise choices and the need to report anything out of the ordinary with students.

MTPS analyzes each and every situation to enable success for students in the future. We are taking the events of yesterday as an opportunity to discuss with our students the concept of reporting necessary incidents, never using violent behavior, and demonstrating respect for everyone. When any situation of this nature arises, we always adhere to our Student Code of Conduct and facilitate counseling sessions. We also always involve the Marlboro Police Department. At times, social media can adversely impact our school district and community. I ask that you please remember that our responsibility is to educate our most important resource - Our Children.

Please understand that we always have the safety and security of our students and staff as our highest priority. Please also understand that I am unable to answer specific questions regarding particular students. Student privacy does not mean we take situations lightly. What it means is that we must protect the rights of all students while ensuring that our district is as safe as possible. This incident is not indicative of behaviors that typically occur in Marlboro.

In closing, today, MMS opened efficiently and without incident. We thank you for your ongoing support.

Sincerely,

Dr. Eric M. Hibbs

Superintendent

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Marlboro, NJ
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