Snow Emergency Ordinances & Information
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You are now able to drop these items off in our police lobby
where they will be disposed of according to safety and environmental standards.
Click on image above for detailed information.
IMPORTANT RABIES INFORMATION
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Welcome to the Denville Township Police Department's
website. This site was designed as another means for our Department to
interact with our community and to provide you with important and useful
information. We appreciate your interest in our Department and welcome any
comments or suggestions that you may have.
The Department is currently staffed by 32 full time sworn
law enforcement officers and 10 full time civilian employees (this includes dispatchers,
secretaries, parking enforcement officers and an animal control officer), as
well as several part time civilian employees. The department serves
16,000+ residents over a 12.6 square mile area in north central New Jersey.
Due to it's central location in Morris County, as well as the fact that the
Township is bisected by several highways (Rt. 80, Rt. 46, Rt. 10 and Rt. 53) and
passenger rail lines (NJ Transit's Morris & Essex and Boonton Lines), it has
been dubbed "The Hub of Morris County".
Click the image below to view information on Kylie's Law,
the new teen driver law.
Bandwidth provided by:
Net Access Corporation
special thanks to:
Morris County Emergency
In addition to signing up for
Nixle Alerts with the Denville Police Department, we encourage you
to sign up for emergency alerts issued through the Morris County
Office of Emergency Management. These messages can be received
by both standard voice and text communication systems. To sign
up for this service or for more information, please follow this link:
MCOEM Everbridge Notification System
If you are going to be away, you
can request extra checks of your home or business. Simply fill
out our Look Out Request Form or call our dispatcher at: 973-627-4900 ext. 9.
Commend an Employee
If you had a positive interaction
with, or would like to commend, an employee of the police department
for their service, please send your comments
here. If you
are not sure of the employee's name, please add as much factual
information as possible to your comments so that we may research and
try to determine the appropriate employee. Thank you for your
It is the policy of the Denville Township Police Department to accept and investigate all
allegations of officer misconduct or wrongdoing
from any citizen.
Filing Report of Officer Misconduct