All tips to the 9-1-1 line as well as the non-emergency (732) 988-8000 can choose to remain anonymous. If you don’t want to speak over the phone, click “Contact Us” to fill out the “Anonymous Tip” form. You can also submit an anonymous tip on our free mobile app (available for Apple and Android). Anonymous tips are also accepted at MonmouthCountyCrimeStoppers.com.
The Neptune Township Municipal Court is located at 25 Neptune Blvd, Neptune, NJ. For questions regarding court dates/times, paying a ticket and any other court-related matters, call (732) 988-5200 ext. 287.
Click here for instructions regarding all firearms related permits. READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY.
Click here for instructions regarding Alcoholic Beverage Control ID cards. READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY.
The closest medication disposal location is at Walgreen’s on RT 33 in Neptune Township (directly across from Police Headquarters). For a full list of drop boxes in NJ, click here.
Motor vehicle crash reports can be obtained online by clicking here or in-person by visiting the records bureau at police headquarters between 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM, Monday-Friday.
Police reports can be obtained in-person from the Records Bureau at 25 Neptune Blvd, Neptune. The Records Bureau is open Monday-Friday from 8:00am to 4:00pm, please fill out this form to submit in person.
Immediate parking or traffic related concerns should be relayed to either the emergency line (9-1-1) or the non-emergency line (732-988-8000). Questions may also be forwarded to the traffic supervisor, Lt. Michael Zarro at (732) 988-8000 ext. 433 or firstname.lastname@example.org during normal business hours.
Applications and instructions for a temporary handicap permit can be found here on the “Forms” page. They can also be picked up from Police Headquarters, 25 Neptune Blvd, Neptune, NJ at the Washington Ave entrance.
Call us! The Neptune Township Police Department is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We can be reached at (732) 988-8000 for non-emergencies or 9-1-1 in an emergency. When calling the police department to report an incident, be sure to give the location and nature of the incident with as much detail as possible. If you’re not sure of the exact address, provide cross streets and/or landmarks.