Monday, August 22, 2016, 8:19 am
Patrols respond to the area of Lincoln Avenue on the report of someone sleeping in a
"On behalf of the members of the Manville Police Department, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for visiting our web site. I hope that you will take the time to offer suggestions that will help us service the community better and provide us with valuable information in our efforts to combat crime in town. In closing, I hope that this site will better our working relationship in the community and give the residents a forum to address their concerns in making our home a safe one."
Chief Mark A. Peltack
The Manville Police Department is committed to providing the highest quality of policing service to our community and the citizens we pledge to serve and protect. Officers are required to adhere to professional, ethical and legal standards in the enforcement of motor vehicle and criminal laws of our Borough and State of New Jersey. Keeping our community safe so citizens can enjoy the qualities of life is a continuing goal though Community Policing and working in partnership with the residents of the Borough of Manville, the business community and government leaders. Initial screening of our candidates for employment requires college training to meet an educational standard expected of law enforcement officers. Continuous in-service training and adhering to the highest ethical standards will assure the public of the finest police response to their calls for service.
Effective August 2015, the Manville Police Department, Manville NJ, is digitizing its crash reports through a partnership with the Carfax Police Crash Assistance Program. The reports are stored electronically in a secure database and available for purchase online at www.crashdocs.org. Reports needed by involved parties, insurance companies and other members of the public are now easily obtained online within minutes from home or office. Working with Carfax Police Crash Assistance, the Manville PD is better serving our community. For more information, contact Lt. Tom Herbst, Manville Police Department.
Receive community information instantly!Sign up at Nixle.com today!It's quick, easy and secure.