Robbinsville Township Police Department

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On Saturday, October 28, 2023 between 10am and 2pm, the Robbinsville Township Police Department, in conjunction with the...
10/05/2023

On Saturday, October 28, 2023 between 10am and 2pm, the Robbinsville Township Police Department, in conjunction with the DEA, will be participating in “National Prescription Drug ”

Residents will be able to anonymously dispose of their unused, unwanted and expired medicine, including v**e pens and e-cigarettes; batteries must be removed.

This event will be held at our police headquarters, 1117 Route 130, Robbinsville, New Jersey.

Syringes and other sharp instruments will not be accepted.

As a friendly reminder, this event should not discourage residents from visiting our police department lobby at any time throughout the year to drop off and dispose any unused, unwanted or expired medications anonymously, 24 hours a day/ seven days a week and 365 days a year, using our Project Medicine Drop box.

Your attention please, we are looking for our parents. We seem to have gotten lost and can't find our way back. We were ...
10/02/2023

Your attention please, we are looking for our parents. We seem to have gotten lost and can't find our way back. We were found off Hankins Rd. Please contact Robbinsville PD at 609-259-3900.

I have been reunited with my owners. Thank you everyone!!!Help.... Officer Hill has me detained for looking cute and run...
10/01/2023

I have been reunited with my owners. Thank you everyone!!!

Help.... Officer Hill has me detained for looking cute and running loose. I was in the area of Tantum Park for a run on this beautiful day. Please have my parents call Robbinsville PD at 609-259-3900.

Chief Polaski would like to congratulate Lieutenant Christopher Clifton, who graduated today from the Nationally recogni...
09/29/2023

Chief Polaski would like to congratulate Lieutenant Christopher Clifton, who graduated today from the Nationally recognized New Jersey Certified Public Manager program held by Rutgers University.

New Jersey’s Certified Public Manager program is ranked number sever in the nation. The invitation-only, 330 hour program is spread out over the course of ten months. Training includes modules in self-development, analytical thinking, managing for performance, quantitative techniques, ethics, communication, technology, budgeting, public policy and law, administration of law, human resource management and risk management. All participants in the program are required to complete a Capstone project that would benefit their jurisdiction.

Lt. Clifton completed his Capstone on Emergency Dispatch Services. Lt. Clifton is the first Robbinsville Police Officer to become a Certified Public Manager.

Update... My parents have signed me out. Thank you everyone!!!Your attention please.... I was playing in traffic on 195 ...
09/13/2023

Update... My parents have signed me out. Thank you everyone!!!

Your attention please.... I was playing in traffic on 195 in Robbinsville when a very nice NJSP Trooper stopped and detained me. I've been turned over to the Robbinsville Police Department. Please have my parents contact Robbinsville Police at 609-259-3900. Thank you.

Please join us in honoring and thanking Ptl. Cassidy Kyle today for National Police Woman Day! National Police Woman Day...
09/12/2023

Please join us in honoring and thanking Ptl. Cassidy Kyle today for National Police Woman Day!

National Police Woman Day is celebrated each year on September 12. The day acknowledges and celebrates the contribution of female police officers who enforce law and order around the country.

09/11/2023
LOCK IT or LOSE IT!
09/10/2023

LOCK IT or LOSE IT!

As you may know, there is a nationwide trend impacting New Jersey in recent months, in which thieves are targeting Hyund...
09/10/2023

As you may know, there is a nationwide trend impacting New Jersey in recent months, in which thieves are targeting Hyundai and Kia vehicles due to a viral social media challenge. The challenge provides step-by-step instructions for wrongdoers looking to capitalize on the vehicles' anti-theft vulnerabilities, specifically, Hyundais and Kias lacking push-button ignitions and immobilizing anti-theft devices. Approximately 540,000 Hyundais and Kias are currently registered in New Jersey, and approximately 143,000 are affected by security weaknesses.

In response to this outrageous trend, the Office of the Attorney General launched a public awareness initiative to address the growing concern regarding Hyundai and Kia auto theft in our communities. As part of this effort, we have created impactful videos and compelling social media graphics to alert the public and provide helpful information to those affected New Jersey residents who own Hyundai and Kia vehicles.

With your assistance, we can significantly amplify the awareness around this issue and empower vehicle owners to take proactive measures. Our video outlines the inherent risks associated with this trend and urges eligible vehicle owners to promptly contact Hyundai and Kia to better protect themselves.

UPDATEReunited and it feels so good....Owners signed me out of puppy jail. I'm home now. Thank you to everybody who help...
09/09/2023

UPDATE

Reunited and it feels so good....Owners signed me out of puppy jail. I'm home now. Thank you to everybody who helped me get home.

Good Morning,

I went out for my morning run and a very nice officer stopped me and gave me a ride to the police station. I'm now looking for my parents to sign me out. I was found on Amy Court. Please contact Robbinsville PD at 609-259-3900.

***Update at 7:26pm - roadway is now open.  Thank you for your patience.***Please avoid the area of Robbinsville-Allento...
09/08/2023

***Update at 7:26pm - roadway is now open. Thank you for your patience.***

Please avoid the area of Robbinsville-Allentown Road (CR 526) between Hunt Drive and Quick Chek due to downed wires!

Today, we highlight School Resource Officer Ed Vincent, who is assigned to Robbinsville High School along with his K-9 p...
09/08/2023

Today, we highlight School Resource Officer Ed Vincent, who is assigned to Robbinsville High School along with his K-9 partner Rigo.

Officer Vincent,

How many years have you been a police officer?

-21 years in total and 11 years with Robbinsville Police.

What is your favorite food?

-My mom's Spanish rice.

What is your favorite sports team?

-Philadelphia Eagles.

If you could be any kind of animal, which would you be?

-A Bald Eagle.

If you could have one superpower, what would it be?

-To be invisible.

What is your favorite local restaurant?

-Lola's Restaurant.

What is a fun fact about you?

-I enjoy gymnastics.

If you could give your students one piece of advice this school year, what would it be?

-Never let a win go to your head and a loss to your heart.

Today, we continue our segment called, "Get to Know your School Resource Officer" as we highlight School Resource Office...
09/07/2023

Today, we continue our segment called, "Get to Know your School Resource Officer" as we highlight School Resource Officer Shane Heisler, who is assigned to Sharon Elementary School.

Officer Heisler,

How many years have you been a police officer?

-14 years in total and 6 years with Robbinsville.

What is your favorite food?

-Buffalo chicken pizza.

What is your favorite sports team?

-The Miami Dolphins.

If you could be any kind of animal, which would you be?

-Grizzly bear.

If you could have one superpower, what would it be?

-To have super strength.

What is your favorite local restaurant?

-Ravello by Toscano.

What is a fun fact about you?

-I officiated a wedding before.

If you could give your students one piece of advice this school year, what would it be?

-Don't be afraid to try something new.

With Robbinsville Public Schools back in session, we want welcome you to a segment called, "Get to Know your School Reso...
09/06/2023

With Robbinsville Public Schools back in session, we want welcome you to a segment called, "Get to Know your School Resource Officer".

Today, we highlight School Resource Officer Connor Boyle, who is assigned to Pond Road Middle School.

Officer Boyle,

How many years have you been a police officer?

-2 years at Robbinsville.

What is your favorite food?

-Steak.

What is your favorite sports team?

-Boston Red Sox.

If you could be any kind of animal, which would you be?

-Dog.

If you could have one superpower, what would it be?

-To fly.

What is your favorite local restaurant?

-Papa's Pizza.

What is a fun fact about you?

-I played D1 college baseball.

If you could give your students one piece of advice this school year, what would it be?

-Don't take a day for granted. Come to school, learn, make new friends and treat everyone with respect.

Deadline to apply is quickly approaching!! Get your application in now and become part of our team!!
08/31/2023

Deadline to apply is quickly approaching!! Get your application in now and become part of our team!!

Robbinsville Township, New Jersey (NJ) police department is hiring. Apply for Certified police officer jobs.

Please stop by to check out our patrol cars and meet our officers at the Robbinsville Farmer’s Market “Touch-A-Truck” ev...
08/25/2023

Please stop by to check out our patrol cars and meet our officers at the Robbinsville Farmer’s Market “Touch-A-Truck” event on Tuesday August 29th from 3:30pm to 7pm!!

We are seeking highly motivated proactive professionals!! Deadline to apply is September 5, 2023!!
08/24/2023

We are seeking highly motivated proactive professionals!! Deadline to apply is September 5, 2023!!

Robbinsville Township, New Jersey (NJ) police department is hiring. Apply for Certified police officer jobs.

Ptl. Boyle is back to full duty and excited to start his new assignment as the Pond Road Middle School Resource Officer!...
08/21/2023

Ptl. Boyle is back to full duty and excited to start his new assignment as the Pond Road Middle School Resource Officer!! Thank you to our amazing community for supporting and encouraging him along the way!! Rville Strong 💪!!

Yum!! Officer Vincent loves Crumbl Cookies!!  Thank you for thinking of us during Police Appreciation Week!!
08/02/2023

Yum!! Officer Vincent loves Crumbl Cookies!! Thank you for thinking of us during Police Appreciation Week!!

We LOVE our community!! Thank you, Robbinsville!!  Last evening at National Night Out, our community, local businesses, ...
08/02/2023

We LOVE our community!! Thank you, Robbinsville!!

Last evening at National Night Out, our community, local businesses, partners in Law Enforcement, and many non-profit organizations came together with our Officers to celebrate and showcase how GREAT Robbinsville truly is. There were thousands in attendance!

There are so many people to thank that teamed up with us to make it all possible!

We want to thank the Mackey family for donating and grilling up those delicious hot dogs – over 1000 hot dogs were cooked! They have done this for our community year after year!

We want to thank Tibbi Express Inc Company, PST Trucking, INC, and Gil from APCO for their generous donation to offset costs!

The line for the Lexylicious Ice Cream truck went on as far as the eye could see! Their ice cream sandwiches were amazing! Thank you Lawton's Service Company for sponsoring it!

Taco Bell served up many, many Tacos!

Louie's by Chef Jason prepared the best tasting Short Rib Mac and Cheese we have ever had!

The Loss Prevention Staff from our Amazon Warehouse made sure everyone had some ice-cold water bottles that they donated for the event!

Lifetree Community Church volunteers were serving some farm fresh Watermelon and Peaches that were donated by Tony's Farm & Garden Center!

Convenient Catering NJ knocked it out of the park again with their Hot Pop Corn, Cotton Candy, Snow Cones, and Shirley Temple Bar!

Justins Rentals had the kids bouncing all night long with their awesome blow-up bounce houses and water slide!

Party Perfect Rentals did tours around the campus with their Tackles Train that was sponsored by Robbinsville Recreation!

The Robbinsville Township Fire Department showed the community how well trained they are during their vehicle extrication demonstration!

Robbinsville Department of Public Works is truly amazing! Their team is second to none and made sure set up and clean up for the event were flawless!

We want to thank all the student volunteers that worked hard all night long to hand out food and assist wherever needed.

Lastly, we would like to thank Mayor Fried, Business Administrator Joy Tozzi, and our Township Council for their unwavering support!

The best way to build a safer community is by knowing your neighbors, having these community partnership events, and continuing to grow as a small town!

Please join our officers tonight as we celebrate National Night Out!  Our event is held at our Police Department from 6p...
08/01/2023

Please join our officers tonight as we celebrate National Night Out! Our event is held at our Police Department from 6p-9p.

We will have a DJ, bounce houses, a water slide, a trackless train ride, police station tours, and much more!!

FREE hot dogs, pop corn, cotton candy, snow cones, a Shirley Temple bar, pretzels, watermelon, and peaches!

Our friends at Taco Bell will be here handing out FREE tacos!

Louie's by Chef Jason will be joining us this year and will handing out FREE samples of their delicious short rib mac and cheese!!

…and if that wasn’t enough Lexylicious will be here handing out some FREE ice cream!!

Bring the whole family and meet our awesome team!!

08/01/2023

Please join us tomorrow night for National Night Out!!

The Manna family stopped by this morning to kick off “Police Appreciation Week!”They dropped off some delicious food for...
07/30/2023

The Manna family stopped by this morning to kick off “Police Appreciation Week!”

They dropped off some delicious food for our officers and Nicholas was able to see the “Buddy Bench” that he donated to our Department that was recently installed!

Thank you Jennifer and Nicholas for your unwavering support!

Womanspace, Inc. is looking for local volunteers to join their team.  Womanspace is a valued partner and asset to our co...
07/28/2023

Womanspace, Inc. is looking for local volunteers to join their team. Womanspace is a valued partner and asset to our community!

07/26/2023

Please stop by our table at National Night Out on Tuesday August 1 from 6p-9p to register for the Rville S.A.F.E. Program!

My parents have been found. Thank you everyone. Attention please, My parents are lost. I was found on Perrineville Road....
07/26/2023

My parents have been found. Thank you everyone.

Attention please, My parents are lost. I was found on Perrineville Road. Please call Robbinsville Township Police Department at 609-259-3900.

One week away!! Come meet our officers and enjoy some delicious ice cream from Lexylicious at National Night Out!
07/25/2023

One week away!! Come meet our officers and enjoy some delicious ice cream from Lexylicious at National Night Out!

***Update @ 11:40am 7/19/23.  We apologize, because of a miscommunication we have learned that the dogs owners have not ...
07/14/2023

***Update @ 11:40am 7/19/23. We apologize, because of a miscommunication we have learned that the dogs owners have not yet been located and this precious little dog is still safety at the Kennel waiting on her missing owners.

My parents seem to be missing. I was located on Robbinsville Edinburg Rd. I'm now safe at Robbinsville Township Police Department due to a good Samaritan. Please have my parents call 609-259-3900 to claim me.

Please stop by tomorrow 3:30p-7p!  We will be at the Robbinsville Farmer’s Market @ 66 Sharon Road.
07/10/2023

Please stop by tomorrow 3:30p-7p! We will be at the Robbinsville Farmer’s Market @ 66 Sharon Road.

Stop on by the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office Inclusion Festival at Mercer County Community College today until 2pm!
07/09/2023

Stop on by the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office Inclusion Festival at Mercer County Community College today until 2pm!

07/08/2023

Robbinsville’s Community Addiction Recovery Effort (CARE) team works tirelessly to connect people to lifesaving treatment.

This week, Congressman Kim discussed with the CARE team how we can work together to ensure NJ treatment centers always have space for people in need.

Tomorrow night!! Please stop by to meet our School Resource Officers - Ptl. Ed Vincent from the High School & Ptl. Shane...
07/05/2023

Tomorrow night!! Please stop by to meet our School Resource Officers - Ptl. Ed Vincent from the High School & Ptl. Shane Heisler from Sharon Elementary!!

Update: Owners have been found. Help me find my owners. I was found on Meadowbrook Rd and Patricia Court. Please call Ro...
07/03/2023

Update: Owners have been found. Help me find my owners. I was found on Meadowbrook Rd and Patricia Court. Please call Robbinsville Police at 609-259-3900.

***Updated 3:30pm - the roadway is now open!!****Line Road in the area of Woodcliffe Drive is closed due to a downed uti...
12/30/2022

***Updated 3:30pm - the roadway is now open!!****

Line Road in the area of Woodcliffe Drive is closed due to a downed utility pole. Verizon has been contacted and will be sending a crew for repairs.

Thank you Travis Coto for dropping some lunch off today for our officers!!
12/28/2022

Thank you Travis Coto for dropping some lunch off today for our officers!!

Happy Kwanzaa!!
12/26/2022

Happy Kwanzaa!!

Merry Christmas 🎄🎁 🎅!!
12/25/2022

Merry Christmas 🎄🎁 🎅!!

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Quite possibly one of the most important contests in Robbinsville this year! Bragging rights withing Robbinsville Township Police Department are at stake for the next year!
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I am extremely honored and privileged to receive the endorsement of the New Jersey State PBA. I promise to stand with our law enforcement officers and give them the tools they need to do their jobs effectively and safely. Thank you for the endorsement.

And a special thank you to Mayor Dave Fried, Chief Polaski, and the Robbinsville Township Police Department for your service and support.

https://www.bobhealeyfornj.com/2022/09/27/new-jersey-pba-endorses-healey-as-the-pro-police-candidate/
An investigation into the death of a 57-year-old man is ongoing by the Robbinsville Township Police Department

The four new chaplains will be of service to the Robbinsville Township Police Department and Robbinsville Township Fire Department as well as the community in times of need

Be sure to stop by the Be Kind display at Robbinsville Township Police Department tonight for National Night Out. We have lots of giveaways to “Promote Kindness through the Joy of Giving” as we support this annual Police-Community initiative. ❤️🙏❤️
Last week The Plainsboro Township Police Department’s Youth Police Academy graduated its Class of 2022. During the week the recruits learned about different aspects of policing, the equipment utilized by officers, and how all first responders work together as a team. A special thanks to Plainsboro Rescue Squad, Plainsboro Fire Company, NJSP The New Jersey State Police, AAA Northeast, and Robbinsville Township Police Department Sgt. Kivet and K9 Corbin for allowing us to visit/teaching the recruits valuable lessons about what it is to be a Law Enforcement Officer/First Responder in New Jersey.

Congratulations Plainsboro Township Youth Police Academy 2022!
This past week our Robbinsville Branch was visited by the Robbinsville Police, Fire, and Public Works Departments, for their "Touch a Truck" Day event! Each department brought along different vehicles that kids could get up close to, and have their pictures taken in.

Thank you, Robbinsville Township Police Department, Robbinsville Township Fire Department, and Robbinsville Township Public Works for an incredible afternoon!
Thank you to the Robbinsville Township Police Department, Fire Department and Department of Public Works!
It's time for another Team New Jersey video! After being escorted by law enforcement to the Trenton-Mercer Airport, our athletes boarded a flight to Orlando, some for the very first time! After a good night's rest, they were ready to join the parade of athletes at Exploria Stadium for an exciting Opening Ceremony!!

Watch the full video on our YouTube channel ---> https://youtu.be/mpqZKmHU2aI

A huge thank you to these incredible sponsors:

Tommy Hilfiger
Bimbo Bakeries USA
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And a special thank you to Trenton Mercer Airport for helping us get to the 2022 Special Olympics USA Games, and to all of the Law Enforcement departments who escorted us there:

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We enjoyed the interfaith dialog with community leaders in Robbinsville. Thank you for hosting Robbinsville Township Police Department
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It's Autism Awareness Month. In furtherance of creating awareness and protecting special needs children, hosted a presentation by Robbinsville Township Police Department Lt. Thomas Egan on the Rville S.A.F.E (Secure Awareness for First Encounters) Program. The program is a secure registry for children with autism or who have a communication disorder. In an emergency, this registry gives Robbinsville Township police officers quick access to critical information. Autism New Jersey
This weekend was filled with so many amazing activities to help build autism acceptance throughout the state! Thank you to Robbinsville Township Police Department and Robbinsville Starbucks for connecting with local families at its Coffee with a Cop event!
OPENING DAY 2022

The massive photo dump. My gosh it feels so GOOD to be BACK!!!

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Hey MLMC Nation,

Not falling asleep. Finding more pictures to post. Enjoy them all. Feel the love.

- Commish

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