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Operation Take Back

Join the Gloucester Township Police Department and the DEA as we participate in Operation Take Back. It will begin Saturday, April 27, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
 
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Posted in GTPD Slider, Community Relations


GTPD Receives Top International Award for Community Policing Leadership

The Gloucester Township Police Department has earned the 2018 International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Leadership in Community Policing Award (Population 50,001-100,000) sponsored by the Cisco Corporation.

This prestigious award was the result of the IACP reviewing the Gloucester Township Police Department’s 3RD Gear Policing Model where in addition to 1ST Gear Policing (Arrest and Suppression),

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Preventing Car Theft Tips

The FBI reported that thefts or the attempted theft of automobiles, trucks, buses, motorcycles, scooters, snowmobiles and other vehicles in its definition of motor vehicle theft was about $5.9 billion in loss in 2016. Nearly half of all stolen vehicles in the United States are due to driver error.

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Posted in Community Relations


Junior Police Academy

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Posted in Events, Community Relations


Prom Tips for Teen Drivers

Prom is one of the highlights of high school. The Gloucester Township Police wants you to make smart decisions to help keep it safe.

Prom Tips for Teen Drivers

  • If your child plans to drive their own car, the family car or will be riding in another vehicle,

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Posted in Community Relations


GTPD Community Bulletin: #GivingTuesday. Help Families find their missing children.

The holiday season is here and there are thousands of families that need your help to bring their missing children #HomeForTheHolidays.
After Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the back-to-back days of deals, join us in kicking off the holiday giving season on #GivingTuesday!

This holiday season,

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Posted in Community Relations


GTPD Community Bulletin: Cyber Monday Shipping Tips

Shop using a secure connection

Data can be at risk during transit if an attacker controls the network or uses packet-sniffing software. Protocols such as HTTPS, or secure Web browsing, encrypt communications, but in some advanced attacks even those could fall to a “man-in-the-middle” attack. Nonetheless, always look for the HTTPS “lock”

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GTPD Community Bulletin: Stuff a Truck Event and December Food Drive

The Gloucester Township Police Department will be conducting our first ever Stuff a Truck toy fundraiser.  Starting Thursday December 1st you can drop off unwrapped toys for those in need.  Our goal is to stuff a police truck that will be located in front of our police headquarters.

If you would like to drop off any toys please visit our watch desk officer at our Police Department,

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