(Neptune, NJ) – Chief James M. Hunt, Jr. and the Neptune Township Police Department are proud to announce the release of www.NeptunePolice.org, a standalone website that will help us provide critical information to our residents and visitors, as well as create a one-stop-shop for many commonly raised questions or concerns. Says Chief Hunt, “We’re extremely proud to give our residents this invaluable and convenient tool, which contains a wealth of information and answers to many of the questions that would otherwise require a phone call or a visit to headquarters. I think this exemplifies our commitment to keeping the public safe and informed, and adds to our well received and highly successful community outreach programs and public information outlets.”
NeptunePolice.org was designed with our residents in mind, to create a convenient place for visitors to find answers to many commonly asked questions. A multitude of police-related forms can be found on the site that previously would have required a trip to police headquarters to pick up including firearms permits, temporary handicap placard requests, fingerprinting and Alcoholic Beverage Control forms, amongst others. Under the “Contact” tab, visitors have the ability of Reporting a Tip (no personal information required) or Commending an Officer. Visit our Community Outreach page for a list of Community Liaison Officers assigned to your neighborhood, as well as contact information for each of the officers. Browse the “Divisions” tab to find out more about the many bureaus and units that make up your police department. Check out the FAQ’s section for answers to many of the questions our officers most often field. The features are endless, and we hope that anyone who lives, works, or visits Neptune Township to familiarize themselves with the site and its capabilities.
While we hope we thought of everything, if you have a suggestion or a question regarding content on the site or a feature you would like us to consider adding, please visit the “Contact Us” tab to submit a Website Suggestion. As always, if you have a question or concern that isn’t answered by the website, or you would prefer to speak to an officer directly, we can be reached at (732) 988-8000, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. If you have an emergency, always dial 9-1-1.