On March 12th from 4pm to 10pm, the Texas Roadhouse – Turnersville, NJ will be hosting a POLICE UNITY TOUR FUNDRAISER NIGHT! If you show up and present the invitation, Texas Roadhouse will donate 10% of the food purchases to the the Police Unity Tour Team Gloucester Township! Click here to open a PDF and print a copy of the invitation: Police Unity Tour GT Invitation- Texas Roadhouse 3-12-2014
The ” Police Unity Tour Team Gloucester Township” are Gloucester Township Police Officers who ride bicycles, along with the Police Unity Tour Chapter 2, to raise money to be donated to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund in Washington, D.C. In May 2014, Team Gloucester Township once again will be riding from New Jersey to Washington DC, with the hope of bringing public awareness of Police Officers who have died in the line of duty and to honor their sacrifices.
Please come out and show your support!
#GTPD reminds you to change the batteries in your smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors this weekend as our clocks “spring forward”. Also consider replacing and upgrading those detectors if they appear to be worn and/ or damaged.
Have a great weekend, and as always STAY SAFE!
GTPD Recovered Property and Bicycles are now on Pinterest! : http://www.pinterest.com/glotwppolice/
Contact the Gloucester Township Police Crime Scene & Property Unit if you believe any of the items on this board belong to you.
Please email Detective Patrick Cunane at firstname.lastname@example.org or Agent Brian Bates at email@example.com, or leave a voicemail at 845-374-5713. You must submit proof of ownership to claim any property, which could include proof of purchase, receipt or photo.
False claims will be investigated and may result in criminal prosecution. Thank you.
Media Release: #GTPD Uses Pinterest Social Media Website To Display Lost and Recovered Property
The Gloucester Township Police Department expanded its use of social media to help the community re-claim recovered lost or stolen property.
Chief Harry Earle announced today that the Department’s Crime Scene / Property Unit has begun to post pictures of recovered property on the #GTPD “Pinterest” social media website. The property listed on the #GTPD Pinterest website has been recovered as a result of criminal investigations or has been found or turned into the Department as lost property. The owner(s) of the property listed on the Department’s “Pinterest” website are unknown and unidentified. It is the Department’s hope that this property will be returned to the rightful owners.
Prior to using the #GTPD “Pinterest” website, people would have to make an appointment to come down to the Police Station to look at the lost or found property. Now by simply logging into the #GTPD “Pinterest” website, the community can browse through and check the property from their home computer or mobile device.
Recovered property on the website includes bicycles, electronics, jewelry, watches, handbags, and even a kid’s baseball glove. Owners will still need to come in and show proof of ownership in order to claim their property if they locate it on the #GTPD “Pinterest” website, but they will be able to browse through what we have. The #GTPD “Pinterest” will be updated regularly.
Gloucester Township Police “Pinterest” website: http://www.pinterest.com/glotwppolice/
This Pinterest site is another way our community can connect with the Gloucester Township Police Department. If you believe we have recovered something that belongs to you, you can email the #GTPD Crime Scene/ Property Unit’s Detective Patrick Cunane at firstname.lastname@example.org or Agent Brian Bates at email@example.com or call 856-374-5713.