Chief Frederick P. Stahman & Captain Jonathan D. Miller welcome you to the
departments' Web Station.
June 15, 2009
|| The answers to your most frequently asked
questions may be found here. Questions range
from what number do I call if it is not an emergency & can I park my car on
the street overnight to how to obtain a police report & what do I do if my car has
November 16, 2010
||The latest in news, reminders, alerts,
updates, and press releases of recent crimes or events concerning the police department are
detailed here. This section also provides the police department a means to keep you
informed, and also a way to ask for your help to solve a crime or other incident.
||The Records Bureau is overseen by Sgt.
Dean Ackermann and staffed by three part-time, civilian
administrative aides. Under police supervision, the aides are
charged with maintaining all police and criminal records. They
generate monthly and yearly reports that account for major police
activity. In addition, they process discovery and expungment
requests, issues various parking permits, process all firearms
applications, as well as a host of other responsibilities.
January 29, 2012
of Life Issues
State of New Jersey empowers local municipalities to enact laws
intended to preserve the quality of life.
These laws are called “ordinances” and are passed by the Borough Mayor and Council based
upon the needs of the community.
This section contains information explaining these ordinances and how they
||This section lists important phone numbers for such things as the Borough Offices,
Schools, Fire and EMS. It also lists phone numbers for such services
such as Family Help and Mental Health to Teen Crisis
hotlines. Please feel free to print out this list and keep it handy.
This section shows the police cars of the Department. Featured
is a aerial photo of the current fleet of marked patrol units.
Individual photos of the different patrol units are also displayed as well
as historical photos of the older cars.
Updated February 5, 2011
section added to our Community Alert page explains how you can be best
prepared if a problem or sudden emergency arises and what items you
should have in your home to help you get through this period.
||You can help the Glen Rock Police by checking this bulletin board and seeing
if you know, can identify or have information about the individuals shown here.
Remember, if you see anyone shown here, take no action yourself, but contact 9-1-1 or the
Glen Rock Police at (201) 652-3800.
||D.A.R.E. Instructor, P.O. Matthew Stanislao invites you to look at Glen Rock's
|| The division reminds all motorists that N.J. State law requires you must
Stop for pedestrians in crosswalks. This is especially important in high
traffic areas like the Central Business District. While in the Central
Business District, please remember that it illegal to make a left turn, across
the double yellow lines, into the angle parking spots. Not only is it
dangerous, but it creates a traffic bottleneck, as motorist wait to turn or attempt to
maneuver the cars. Also check here for updates to the GDL license and the
new seatbelt laws.
||Do you need assistance with a
stray dog in the neighborhood or have a wild animal on your property that
may be sick? This section touches on who you should call for help on these
and other matters.
||The Auxiliary Police are a group of
highly trained volunteer officers that play an important support function for the
Department. In addition to special patrol duties, they respond in times of need
(serious car crashes, fires, fallen trees & wires, etc) to relieve regular officers
from their posts, so that they would be able to respond to other calls-for-service or
||A full time Detective Sergeant and a full
time Detective staff the G.R.P.D. Detective Bureau.
They investigate a wide variety of criminal offenses committed in
Glen Rock as well as assist other law enforcement agencies investigating
crimes committed in other jurisdictions by persons who live, work or
travel through Glen Rock. This section details the roles and
functions that detectives have within the Department
Permits, & Parking Questions
This section explains how to obtain resident commuter parking permits and where to park
your car. If you are not a Glen Rock resident and wish to use the commuter parking
facilities, please review this section for cost information and where to park.
Need to use the Borough landfill or wish to solicit your goods or cause
door-to-door? Please click here for more information
Updated November 16, 2010
the most common crimes committed in Glen Rock? Identity Fraud,
Burglary, Theft and Domestic Violence. Click on CRIME
TIPS and learn how to protect yourself and your loved
Updated January, 2008
||The Glen Rock Police Department is currently not
accepting applications for any positions throughout the borough.
November 16, 2010
|History of the
This section details the history of the department from the time is was formed
in 1918 to present. It includes many historical photos. For those history
buffs, the department has recently compiled an ALL TIME POLICE ROSTER
detailing all officers who have, or are still serving, the Borough of Glen Rock since the
department's inception in 1918.
To view this roster, please click here:
June 28, 2009