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.

Matthew Zehl, our Growth Through Opportunity cadet, had an amazing day today working with the men and women of the Port ...
01/24/2020

Matthew Zehl, our Growth Through Opportunity cadet, had an amazing day today working with the men and women of the Port Authority Police Department. Teamwork is a crucial aspect in any career, especially police work. Matthew learned firsthand how two agencies could be so cohesive. Matthew was given a full tour of the Newark International Airport facility. The officers explained how the day to day operations at the airport work and what their responsibilities are. The tour was concluded with a delicious meal with a great group of officers.

We would like to personally thank the Port Authority Police Department for their hospitality and kindness. You made this day for Matthew one that he will never forget!

#matthewtakesmarlboro #arcofnj #growthroughopportunity #marlboropolice #portauthoritypolice #teamwork #communityfirst

During the early morning hours of January 12th, a Marlboro resident called the police department to report an unknown su...
01/23/2020

During the early morning hours of January 12th, a Marlboro resident called the police department to report an unknown subject attempting to gain entry into a vehicle. The resident was able to provide police with a description of the suspect and the vehicle. While Ptlm. Anthony DiMarco was headed to the scene, he located a car that that matched the description. Ptlm. DiMarco initiated a motor vehicle stop and through investigation, two subjects were arrested and charged with burglary related offenses. As of today, the Detective Bureau is continuing the investigation which may lead to further arrests.
Chief Peter Pezzullo would like to remind everyone to lock your doors on both your homes and vehicles and to not keep key fobs inside the vehicles. We would also like to thank our residents for staying vigilant and to call our police department anytime you see something suspicious.

***** Attention road closure **** Route 520 is currently closed between Chase Drive and Hamilton Drive due to a tree acr...
01/20/2020

***** Attention road closure ****
Route 520 is currently closed between Chase Drive and Hamilton Drive due to a tree across the roadway.
Please use caution and avoid the area if possible. Thank you and safe travels.
#marlboropolice #marlborotownshipnj #drivesafe #treedown

Earlier today members of the department were invited to attend an event held at The Goddard SchoolCookies and cocoa with...
01/16/2020

Earlier today members of the department were invited to attend an event held at The Goddard School
Cookies and cocoa with cops was a huge hit! There were laughs, stories and lots of great questions from the kids.
Thank you to the staff for organizing and hosting this awesome event!

Today we hosted “Cocoa and Cookies with Cops” for our friends at the Marlboro Township Police Department. We always enjoy spending time getting to know the officers in our community. The children loved having them sit at the tables with them during snack time. It is important to our school to bring the community together through events like this.

Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office
01/15/2020

Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office

We were proud to host a meeting today with our Growth Through Opportunity Cadets, their families, and the agencies who are supporting this pilot program sponsored by The Arc of New Jersey The Arc of the United States and the Kessler Foundation. The skills that our Cadets are learning will help them find employment after the pilot program concludes, and the interactions that we have with our Cadets makes us better law enforcement agencies. Thanks to our staff at the MCPO and to the Eatontown Police Department, Holmdel Township Police Department, Marlboro Township Police Department, and Red Bank Police Departments for hosting Cadets!!

The Marlboro Township Police Department would like to thank Dr. Pete Bufano and the staff at NJ Spine and Wellness for p...
01/09/2020

The Marlboro Township Police Department would like to thank Dr. Pete Bufano and the staff at NJ Spine and Wellness for providing a delicious lunch for our men and women in blue on National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.

On Thursday, January 2nd until on or about Friday, January 3rd , Buckley Road will be closed between School Road East an...
01/01/2020

On Thursday, January 2nd until on or about Friday, January 3rd , Buckley Road will be closed between School Road East and Moore Rd. from 8 am until 4 pm. A detour will be in place and Marlboro Police Officers will be on location. Please drive carefully.

Photos from Marlboro Township Police Department's post
12/24/2019

Photos from Marlboro Township Police Department's post

12/24/2019

MARLBORO POLICE DONATES CAR & OTHER GIFTS TO LOCAL FAMILY

Police Chief Peter Pezzullo is extremely proud of the Marlboro Township Police Officers, local business owners, and community residents for all of their assistance and donations in this year’s Adopt-a-Family project.

Today, members of the Police Department delivered over $5,000 of gift card donations, $1,200 of Con-Air merchandise, and a Chrysler 300 to the family we adopted this Holiday Season. We are honored and humbled to play a role in making a positive difference for our Marlboro family.

#marlboropolice #communityfirst #adoptafamily #pba196 #fop15 #communitypolicing #marlborotownship #happyholidays #family

Yesterday, Chief Pete Pezzullo, along with representatives of PBA 196, had the pleasure of presenting the Children's Hos...
12/21/2019

Yesterday, Chief Pete Pezzullo, along with representatives of PBA 196, had the pleasure of presenting the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) with a $6,100 check as part of “No Shave November”. The money was raised by members of the police department in honor of Addison Kaplan, a township resident who courageously fought cancer.
Addi had another scan taken yesterday, and we are pleased to announce that she is still cancer free!!
Along with presenting the check, Addi was able to give the officers a tour of the hospital and they met with several members of the staff and administration as well.
We are so proud to be part of “Addi’s Army” and can’t wait to start growing next year’s mustaches and beards!!

Yesterday, 11 of our officers from Chief Pete Pezzullo down to our newest officer, Matthew Nelson, had the privilege to ...
12/17/2019

Yesterday, 11 of our officers from Chief Pete Pezzullo down to our newest officer, Matthew Nelson, had the privilege to volunteer with the amazing staff at Lunch Break in Red Bank. The officers unloaded, organized and shelved food in the pantry; served the guests a hot meal in the dining room; and sorted and organized clothes and gifts that had been donated to the organization. The officers also had the chance to meet and chat with some of the guests who had stopped by. We want to pass along a huge thank you to Nancy, Sharda, and the rest of the incredible staff at Lunch Break for the miraculous work you do for the residents of Monmouth County!! It does not go unnoticed. See you again in 2020!

Matt Zehl, who is currently working as our Growth Through Opportunities intern, had the chance to work with our court st...
12/14/2019

Matt Zehl, who is currently working as our Growth Through Opportunities intern, had the chance to work with our court staff last week. Matt also had the opportunity to meet Judge Thomas Smith III who was presiding over the municipal court cases. Matt was able to gain some knowledge of the inner workings of our complex legal system here in NJ.

CRINE ROAD CLOSURE NOTICE – Friday, December 13 between 8am to 4pm, Crine Road will be CLOSED to thru traffic between Te...
12/12/2019

CRINE ROAD CLOSURE NOTICE – Friday, December 13 between 8am to 4pm, Crine Road will be CLOSED to thru traffic between Tennent Road and Station Road. Local traffic will be detoured through Condor Drive to Peregrine Drive and back out to Tennent Road. Note that this will be a full, impassable road closure between 141 and 144 Crine Road. School transportation and first responders have been notified. Police officers will be on location on both sides of the closure to assist the public. An electronic message board is in place notifying the residents. As always, this closure is weather permitting. Please avoid the area, if possible. For questions, call Traffic and Safety at 732-536-0304. Thank you for your cooperation.

Our thoughts and prayers are with Jersey City tonight.
12/10/2019

Our thoughts and prayers are with Jersey City tonight.

Marlboro Township, NJ
12/09/2019

Marlboro Township, NJ

HOLIDAY TIME SAFETY PSA! Mayor Jonathan Hornik and Marlboro Township Police Department remind you that car and package thefts increase during the holiday season. Always lock your car and take your key fob with you. Review how to keep packages from being stolen and read Mayor Hornik's safety letter for more ways to protect you and your family. Most Important...If You See Something. Say Something. We Will Do something. REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY! http://www.marlboro-nj.gov/notices/2019/safetyletterspring2019Mayor.pdf #HideLockTake #PorchPirates

Chief Pete Pezzullo and the Marlboro Township Police Department would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to LOWES of M...
12/08/2019

Chief Pete Pezzullo and the Marlboro Township Police Department would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to LOWES of Marlboro and their fantastic employees for their generous donation to our Adopt-A-Family Holiday Program!!! LOWES donated a christmas tree, the ornaments, lights, a star, the tree stand, a wreath, a blow-up decoration for the front lawn and even some toys for the kids! We can’t thank you enough for your generosity and for helping to make our adopted family’s holiday season a little brighter this year!
#communityfirst #communitypolicing #adoptafamily #helpfulholidays #lowes #thankyou

As part of Matt Zehl’s Growth Through Opportunities internship, he has the chance to participate in some physical traini...
12/07/2019

As part of Matt Zehl’s Growth Through Opportunities internship, he has the chance to participate in some physical training. Last week, Matt, along with Sgt. Gerald Arminio, had the opportunity to visit SPS Fit (Sentinel Performance & Strength) located on Campus Drive. The owner, Mr. Collis Spann, along with Coach Caleb Hunt, were generous enough to give Matt a taste of the rigorous training methods they offer to their members. Matt thoroughly enjoyed his time at the training center and made a commitment to stay in shape. Be sure to check back soon as we continually update and document his progress.

#matthewtakesmarlboro #arcofnewjersey #arcofus #community #partnerships #growththroughopportunity #marlboropolice #marlborotownship #communitypolicing

The Route 9 North ramp onto Route 18 North will be closed overnight as part of a pavement and rehabilitation project in ...
12/06/2019

The Route 9 North ramp onto Route 18 North will be closed overnight as part of a pavement and rehabilitation project in Middlesex County. Detours will be in place by the State Department of Transportation. The ramp will be closed starting at 9 PM and will reopen at 6 AM. Please plan alternate routes of travel. Thank you.

Chief Peter Pezzullo and the Marlboro Township Police Department, in conjunction with Santander Bank of Marlboro, will b...
12/03/2019

Chief Peter Pezzullo and the Marlboro Township Police Department, in conjunction with Santander Bank of Marlboro, will be hosting our 2nd Annual Adopt-A-Family Program this holiday season. Last year, we were able to raise more than $3,000 for a family in need and we hope to match or surpass that total for this year. We have been made aware of a family that has fallen on some difficult times. The family’s home was destroyed as a result of Superstorm Sandy and after moving numerous times, they have recently settled in Marlboro Township. The mother has fallen ill and the father had to quit his job to care for his wife and their three young children. We are seeking donations in the form of gift cards to local establishments (no cash or checks please) to make the family’s holiday season shine a little brighter this year. Donations can be brought into Marlboro Police Headquarters located at 1979 Township Drive. We will be conducting the Adopt-A-Family Program until Thursday, December 19th.
If you have any questions or concerns, or would like to make a donation, please contact Ptlm. James Caulfield. He can be reached at (732) 536-0100 ext. 1118 or [email protected]. Thank You!!

Marlboro Township, NJ
12/02/2019
Marlboro Township, NJ

Marlboro Township, NJ

WINTER STORM WARNING - We have been upgraded to a warning and this evening's travel will be difficult. Please read the message from Mayor Jonathan Hornik sent to those registered for emails, posted on line and here:http://www.marlboro-nj.gov/storm/December2-2019WinterStorm-2.pdf

With the upcoming weather event forecasted for the next couple days we just want to remind you Marlboro Township has a N...
12/01/2019

With the upcoming weather event forecasted for the next couple days we just want to remind you Marlboro Township has a No Parking on Snow Covered Roadway ordinance. Make sure all cars are removed from the streets so the road department can properly clean the roadways to make travel safer for everyone.

On behalf of Chief Peter Pezzullo and the entire Marlboro Township Police Department we would like to wish you a Happy T...
11/28/2019

On behalf of Chief Peter Pezzullo and the entire Marlboro Township Police Department we would like to wish you a Happy Thanksgiving. Hoping your Thanksgiving is filled with good friends and the joy of family.

Chief Pezzullo and the Marlboro Township Police Department are proud to be part of “Addi’s Army”. During “No Shave Novem...
11/24/2019

Chief Pezzullo and the Marlboro Township Police Department are proud to be part of “Addi’s Army”. During “No Shave November”, the Department was able to raise $6,000 which will be donated to the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia on behalf of Addi Kaplan. Addi is a township resident who received treatments at CHOP and was able to beat cancer. On Saturday, members of the police department along with Mayor Jon Hornik, Councilman Jeff Cantor and Councilman Mike Scalea had the chance to meet Addi and show off some of the impressive beards they’ve been working on all month long. Be sure to check back next month when the PD visits the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia for the donation presentation.

Our GTO (Growth Through Opportunities) intern, Matthew Zehl, had the chance to spend the day with the Monmouth County Pr...
11/22/2019

Our GTO (Growth Through Opportunities) intern, Matthew Zehl, had the chance to spend the day with the Monmouth County Prosecutors Office. He met First Assistant Prosecutor Lori Linskey, Chief of Staff Steven Padula and Chief of Detectives John McCabe. He was given a tour of the Forensic Bureau Lab where Matt received instructions on fingerprinting and evidence processing. Matthew also visited the Victim Witness Unit, interview and interrogation rooms, the Information and Technology Dept., and the Computer Crimes Unit. Be sure to check back soon as we update and document his progress.

#matthewtakesmarlboro #arcofnewjersey #arcofus #communityfirst #growththroughopportunity #marlboropolice #communitypolicing #marlborotownship #partnerships

From Wednesday, November 20th until Friday, November 22nd, between the hours of 9am and 3pm, Route 79 North, in the area...
11/19/2019

From Wednesday, November 20th until Friday, November 22nd, between the hours of 9am and 3pm, Route 79 North, in the area of School Road, will be paved. Route 79 will remain open but traffic will be shifted around the construction site. Officers will be on location to assist with traffic flow.

Please remember to drive carefully, especially when workers and officers are present.

The Marlboro Township Police Department would like to send a big thank you to the Cub Scouts Pack 86!! Yesterday, at the...
11/18/2019

The Marlboro Township Police Department would like to send a big thank you to the Cub Scouts Pack 86!! Yesterday, at the Morganville Volunteer Firehouse on Tennent Road, they hosted a spaghetti dinner fundraiser and decided to donate 10 tickets to our (very hungry) officers. Everyone had a great time, watched some football and enjoyed an excellent meal.

Marlboro Township Police Department's cover photo
11/14/2019

Marlboro Township Police Department's cover photo

Marlboro Township, NJ
11/14/2019
Marlboro Township, NJ

Marlboro Township, NJ

Mayor Jonathan Hornik congratulates Chief Pezzullo and the Marlboro Township Police Department as we continue to move Marlboro forward. #communitypolicing
“I would like to improve upon our exemplary record of service to the community,” Pezzullo said. “We are currently the 34th safest city in the nation (as ranked by safewise.com) and the ninth safest city in the state (in another ranking). ...My belief is that there is always room for improvement as we strive to become the standard in the police profession..."

https://centraljersey.com/2019/11/13/marlboro-police-chief/

On Thursday, January 2nd until on or about Friday, January 3rd , Buckley Road will be closed between School Road East an...
11/13/2019

On Thursday, January 2nd until on or about Friday, January 3rd , Buckley Road will be closed between School Road East and Moore Rd. from 8 am until 4 pm. A detour will be in place and Marlboro Police Officers will be on location. Please drive carefully.

Several of our officers had the pleasure in attending a Veterans Breakfast at Asher Holmes Elementary School. The office...
11/13/2019

Several of our officers had the pleasure in attending a Veterans Breakfast at Asher Holmes Elementary School. The officers had a chance to meet with the students and their family members who served in the military. They also had the opportunity to recite the Pledge of Allegiance and Star- Spangled Banner with the students and veterans as they lined the hallways.

Today at Asher Holmes our community’s first responders were honored. Thank you to all those who keep us safe and protected. 🇺🇸

A special thank you to Sgt. John Bise, Cpl. Frank Perrini, Ptlm. Charles Wilson, Ptlm. Aaron Murdock and Ptlm. James Cau...
11/12/2019

A special thank you to Sgt. John Bise, Cpl. Frank Perrini, Ptlm. Charles Wilson, Ptlm. Aaron Murdock and Ptlm. James Caulfield for taking part in National Young Readers Week at the Goddard School in Marlboro.

To kick off National Young Readers Week, we had some of our friends in the community visit our classes to read to the children. Our special readers were the manager of TD Bank in Marlboro, Ervis and Officer James Caufield, along with four fellow officers of the Marlboro Township Police Department. We thank you all for reading to our students, answering their many questions and spending time with them today. They enjoyed your company!

Matthew Zehl has just completed his first day working with our organization and it was a success!! He spent the day gett...
11/06/2019

Matthew Zehl has just completed his first day working with our organization and it was a success!! He spent the day getting familiarized with the layout of our building and had the opportunity to meet several of our officers for the first time. Matthew can’t wait to get to work!
Make sure to check back soon for future updates.

#matthewtakesmarlboro #arcofnj #growththroughopportunity #marlboropolice #communityfirst #communitypolicing #teamwork #partnerships

This evening the Police Department received information about a possible threat to the High School. The incident was tho...
11/06/2019

This evening the Police Department received information about a possible threat to the High School. The incident was thoroughly investigated by both our Patrol Division and Detective Bureau and the threat was deemed not to be credible.
The high school was made aware and will be dealing with the incident per their district school policies.
As an extra security measure, the Marlboro Police Department will have extra officers, both in uniform and plain clothes, stationed at the High School tomorrow.
We would like to thank those who brought this information to our attention and remind everyone;
If you See Something, Say Something, and We Will Do Something.

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Marlboro, NJ
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