Woodbridge Police Department

Woodbridge Police Department Community Affairs is committed to the involvement of residents of Woodbridge Township in the activities of the Woodbridge Police Department.

Police Officers are working to become closer to the community, and to meet your expectations of the Police Department in ways that go beyond the duty to protect and serve. Community Affairs is responsible for updating the community on major events within the town and upcoming events created by the Police Department. We are not only working to make the community a safer place for you to live, but are working to make Woodbridge Township a more fun and comfortable place by planning activities to better your relationship with your Police Force. What will be posted on this website: • Community Affairs is constantly creating new ways to highlight how important the residents of Woodbridge Township are. Please visit this page often to stay updated on any events. Our current events include: • The Junior and Senior Police Academies • Creating and organizing Safe Neighborhood Watches • Monitoring and assisting with Youth Activities For further information on upcoming events, please visit the Woodbridge Township website. http://www.twp.woodbridge.nj.us/ If you feel that our mission describes what you aspire to accomplish as a resident of Woodbridge Township, please continue to check this page for future announcements… Important: If you have an emergency or need to report a crime, please DO NOT use our page. It is monitored periodically Monday through Friday during regular business hours. For emergencies call 911 or for non-emergencies call our police desk at 732-634-7700. You can email us with suggestions or thoughts at [email protected] . Emails sent to this address will addressed based on priority

Mission: "Leading the Way to a Safer Community"

Operating as usual

Congratulations to the WHS Barrons as they keep the Bragging Rights trophy by defeating CHS Patriots 34-0. Woodbrige Pol...
10/10/2020

Congratulations to the WHS Barrons as they keep the Bragging Rights trophy by defeating CHS Patriots 34-0. Woodbrige Police Officer/ Woodbridge alumnus Marc Sokolow presented them with the trophy.

Another torch run for the #specialolympics completed. Great run with great people. #pba38 #thinblueline
10/10/2020

Another torch run for the #specialolympics completed. Great run with great people. #pba38 #thinblueline

Halloween Safety Tips.
10/06/2020

Halloween Safety Tips.

Congrats to our Dispatch Staff on receiving a Appreciation Award for the great job they do for our township.
09/29/2020

Congrats to our Dispatch Staff on receiving a Appreciation Award for the great job they do for our township.

We got another cutie.
09/14/2020

We got another cutie.

Yes we work on the weekend!!!
09/14/2020

Yes we work on the weekend!!!

Let us Never Forget the lives lost and the sacrifices made on 09/11/01.
09/11/2020

Let us Never Forget the lives lost and the sacrifices made on 09/11/01.

Ribbon cutting at the reopening of the Dunkin Donuts on Port Reading Ave.. Today they celebrated essential workers. Than...
09/09/2020

Ribbon cutting at the reopening of the Dunkin Donuts on Port Reading Ave.. Today they celebrated essential workers.

Thank you to Owner Mr. Kaushik Patel , Director Mr. Ahmed Rashwan. and Manager Balwinder Kaur.

09/06/2020

Paying tribute to one of our own!!!
PatryAlvin P. Williams

GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN!!!Today is the 41st anniversary of Patrolman Alvin P. Williams death. Patrolman Alvin P. Williams...
09/06/2020

GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN!!!

Today is the 41st anniversary of Patrolman Alvin P. Williams death.

Patrolman Alvin P. Williams drowned while attempting to rescue two children from drowning in an overflowing creek.

Patrolman Williams and his partner were on patrol following Tropical Storm Davis, which dropped several inches of rain on the area, causing rivers and creeks to overflow, when they heard 2 children screaming for help. The officers rushed to the scene and found two children drowning in a overflowing creek. Patrolman Williams took off his gun belt and jumped into the water in an attempt to rescue the children, but drowned in the attempt. The two children also drowned in the overflowing creek.

Patrolman Williams had served with the Woodbridge Police Department for 20 years. He was survived by his wife, his son and three daughters.

They figured if they rode onto their driveway they were safe. Lol
09/03/2020

They figured if they rode onto their driveway they were safe. Lol

09/01/2020

Over the past few weeks the Woodbridge Township has been hit with a rash of vehicle burglaries. Many of the vehicles targeted were left unlocked. PLEASE LOCK YOUR VEHICLE AND REMOVE ALL VALUABLES !!!!

Ending Ice Cream Summons season strong!!!
08/31/2020

Ending Ice Cream Summons season strong!!!

Help us welcome the newest members of our Woodbridge Family. Michael Schneider, Stephanie Lage, Jack Croft, Edward Parfi...
08/27/2020

Help us welcome the newest members of our Woodbridge Family.

Michael Schneider, Stephanie Lage, Jack Croft, Edward Parfitt and Matthew Murdoch

08/25/2020

He was not happy to get his ICE CREAM SUMMONS.

Another ICE CREAM summons given.
08/24/2020

Another ICE CREAM summons given.

Making one friend at a time.
08/24/2020

Making one friend at a time.

More summons given. Officer Gerena  got these cuties.
08/20/2020

More summons given.
Officer Gerena got these cuties.

As summer is winding down we are still working hard. Great Job.
08/20/2020

As summer is winding down we are still working hard. Great Job.

Members of Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh visited the Office of the Police Director today for the purpose of tying Rakhi (wrist...
08/19/2020

Members of Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh visited the Office of the Police Director today for the purpose of tying Rakhi (wristband) to those who protect and serve the society .

She want a ice cream summons, she got a ice cream summons.
08/05/2020

She want a ice cream summons, she got a ice cream summons.

These guys wouldn’t leave until I gave them gifts. The Colonia Dunkin Donut Crew.
08/05/2020

These guys wouldn’t leave until I gave them gifts.
The Colonia Dunkin Donut Crew.

I finally got her to smile for me!!!#saferiders
07/30/2020

I finally got her to smile for me!!!#saferiders

Perfect timing on a hot day!!!! Ice Cream Summonses for everyone!!!!
07/29/2020

Perfect timing on a hot day!!!! Ice Cream Summonses for everyone!!!!

Thank you to the anonymous giver that provided our officers with dinner from J.J. Betting Brewing Co..
07/28/2020

Thank you to the anonymous giver that provided our officers with dinner from J.J. Betting Brewing Co..

2 more happy customers.
07/23/2020

2 more happy customers.

She tried to get a ice cream summons from me.lolI had to leave the group with their own ice/ heat policeman.
07/22/2020

She tried to get a ice cream summons from me.lol
I had to leave the group with their own ice/ heat policeman.

Got 2 today!!!
07/22/2020

Got 2 today!!!

A early morning rider.
07/20/2020

A early morning rider.

07/20/2020
Best day yet 5 at 1 time.
07/16/2020

Best day yet 5 at 1 time.

Today’s work.
07/15/2020

Today’s work.

Safety and Ice Cream work well together
07/15/2020

Safety and Ice Cream work well together

Due to the pandemic this year’s National Night Out has been cancelled.
07/15/2020

Due to the pandemic this year’s National Night Out has been cancelled.

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Woodbridge Police Department Social Media Policy Welcome to the Woodbridge Township Police Department (WPD) Face Book/Social Media site. By posting on this page you are explicitly acknowledging that you have read, have accepted, and will be bound by the Woodbridge Township Police Department (WPD) Face Book/Social Media Usage and Policy Statement.

1. Woodbridge Township (hereinafter “Township”) endorses and supports the secure use of Social Media to enhance the communication, collaboration and the exchange of information between Woodbridge Township and its citizens. This Woodbridge Township Social Media forum is intended to streamline the exchange of information, foster an open and honest exchange, and provide up-to-date and current information to its citizens as quickly as possible while permitting open and fair responses.

2. Social Media provides a new and potentially valuable additional means of assisting various Woodbridge Township Department(s) and their personnel in meeting community outreach needs, developing problem-solving, and a myriad of other objectives. As a public entity, Woodbridge Township must abide by appropriate standards to serve all of its constituents in a civil and unbiased manner.

3. The intended purpose of Woodbridge Township(s) Social Media site(s) is to disseminate relevant and current information from the municipality to its residents, employees and visitors.

4. Woodbridge Township recognizes and informs all potential users that these forums may be viewed by citizens of all ages, including children. The posts are intended to be informative and all posts are intended to be limited to the specific topic for which they are posted.

5. Woodridge Township Social Media account(s) are intended to be a limited public forum. Accordingly, postings are limited to specific acceptable subjects and public comment is invited, regardless of its position, providing it pertains to the topic addressed in the posting. Comments containing unprotected speech shall not be permitted on the Woodbridge Township Social Media site(s) and are subject to removal and/or restriction by the Woodbridge Township Director of Communication, Social Media Public Information Coordinator, and/or designee. Content unrelated to the original post or on some other topic shall be removed.

6. To facilitate and insure that all addressed issues are relevant and current, the Woodbridge Township Director of Communication, Social Media Public Information Coordinator, and/or designee will remove all posts that are at least 60 days old on the first business day of each month.

7. Inappropriate, foul or obscene language will not be tolerated. Users are directed and reminded that postings must not include language that our community would find offensive and/or obscene to either its adult or child population. Profane, obscene, violent or pornographic content and/or language of a sexually suggestive nature or links to such material will be removed. Any image or link containing minors or suspected minors in sexual situations will be reported to law enforcement, as will any threats whether made by innuendo or direct comment. Comments or posts that reflect bullying or intimidation shall be subject to removal.

8. Content that promotes, fosters, perpetuates or suggests discrimination on the basis of race, color, creed, age, religion, gender, national origin, marital status, physical or mental disability or sexual orientation will be removed. Any such comments which are perceived to be illegal will be reported to law enforcement.

9. Defamation or personal attacks or threats to any person or organization will be removed and turned over to law enforcement.

10. Private solicitations, including solicitations for commerce, advertising for any businesses or products will be removed.

11. Any statement or conduct that is in violation of any federal, state or local statute, law or regulation, as well as the encouragement of any illegal activity, will be removed and turned over to law enforcement.

12. Information that may tend to compromise the safety or security of the public or public systems, as well as any content that violates any legal ownership interests, such as a contract or intellectual property rights, will be removed. Such posts and all content and submissions will be removed immediately upon proper notification to the municipality of the infringement on another’s intellectual property rights.

13. As a public entity, Woodbridge Township must abide by appropriate standards to serve all of its constituents in a civil and unbiased manner. The intended purpose of these social media sites is to disseminate current information from Woodbridge Township to its residents, employees and visitors. Spamming and/or repetitive content shall be removed and comments from children under 13 cannot be posted in order to comply with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act.

14. All who post and all users acknowledge that they are at least 13 years of age.

15. The Woodbridge Township social media account(s) are not intended to be, nor are they permitted to contain advertising, to direct, redirect or refer users to another site(s), or contain links to other site(s). Accordingly, any post that is an advertisement, that permits or suggests a redirection to some other website, or that links to some other forum, will not be permitted and will be removed.

16. Any comment posted by a member of the public on any Woodbridge Township Social Media site is the opinion of the commentator or poster only, and the publication of a comment does not imply endorsement of, nor agreement by, Woodbridge Township. Such comments reflect only the opinion of the person making the comments and do not necessarily reflect the opinions or policies of Woodbridge Township.

17. Any attempt to hack or otherwise compromise Woodbridge Township’s and/or the municipality’s Internet or Social Media sites will be reported to law enforcement and the perpetrator will be denied access to the sites.

18. Woodbridge Township reserves the right to deny access to its Social Media sites to any individual who violates the Social Media policy at any time and without prior notice.

The above is the Woodbridge Township Usage Agreement and Policy Statement. By use of the Woodbridge Township Social Media site(s), the user specifically acknowledges that they have read, understand and agree to be bound by these policies, limitations, and this usage agreement.

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Hey, thanks for blocking traffic all along Rt 27 in the middle of the afternoon for your little jogging exercise. It's not like people need to get to work, or someone with a sick animal needs to get them to the emergency vet. INCONSIDERATE!!
Special thank you to our Woodbridge police officers and our community for coming together and helping us find our beautiful daughter. Words cannot express our gratitude. How quickly you found our daughter is amazing.
I play in a band and I wanna show support for the WPD. Is there a way to get a WPD t-shirt that I can wear when we play on 8/8 at Moby Dicks Bar?
I want to thank the woodbridge police dept. For their exemplary service. We have the best of the best. I am new to the area and have an autistic adult son. On a few occasions when issues occurred with him they responding with compassion patience and insight to defuse the situation. They are a group of men and women who exemplify what service is to this community. I thank you and honor you for all you do.
Thank you WPD
Please please do something about these fireworks going off right now! 😡😡😡
Thank you to Woodbridge Police Department and Woodbridge Fire Department for swinging by Lokal Coffee & Co. and trying our coffee and pastries. We appreciate it very much! Woodbridge Public Library System - WPL NJ Mayor John E. McCormac Thank you!
F**k you
Municipal Cops are so 20th Century. Time to go. County Safety Officers equipped with Non-Lethal Weapons will save tons of $$$ and do a better job.
I remember when the Woodbridge Police had some Good Apples. Put a racist like Hubner in charge and reap what you sow. He's the last person I would trust with a Firearm.
None of you deserve to carry a gun. You have not demonstrated the skills required to carry. Non-lethal weapons lead to non-lethal outcomes. Most Cops are "C" students or went to inferior Catholic High Schools. Give them a slingshot or a Taser. A gun? Heavens no.
Hello all, last Friday our company had the pleasure to be part of the “We Feed” program hosted by the Township of Woodbridge. We plan on becoming part of that process going forward after the donation of food we gave to help the residents in need of nutrition. I had asked the mayor and Peter from “We Feed” to pass the word along that we will be hosting a steak sale over at Paul LaGrutta’s Mulberry St. restaurant next Tuesday from 11am-4pm. The flyer is attached for you to pass out to the departments, family friends, etc….. Lot’s of great items to choose from on the website. We are hoping to have a great turnout. any questions, please contact customer service at 732-661-4900 Thank you for all you do and be well.