We encourage you to visit our website often. Our Police Department handles all police functions as well as emergency service dispatching. The officers and staff are committed to excellence in providing police services to the community. We welcome all your comments or suggestions by contacting us.
~ Chief William Mastriana
Employment Opportunities - June 2016
Special Class II Police Officers
The Lower Township Police Department is accepting applications for Special Class II Police Officers.
Applicants must hold valid PTC Certifications for New Jersey Special Class II Officer and have a minimum of two (2) years experience as a Law Enforcement Officer.
Applicants are encouraged to submit an application to have one on file for present and future hiring opportunities.
Relief Communication Operators
The Lower Township Police Department occasionally has a need for Relief Communication Operators. A Relief Communication Operator fills in the position of a full-time Communication Operator in their absence. A Communication Operator receives and responds to telephone or other electronic request for emergency assistance including law enforcement, fire, medical, or other emergency services. Training and certification is required and provided. Applicants are encouraged to submit an application to have on file for any present and future hiring opportunities.
For more information on the posted job opportunities, contact the personnel office at 609-886-1619 ext. 103. You can get the Application For Employment here.
Law Enforcement Examination - Applications Available Online
Project Medicine Drop is an initiative involving the installation of "prescription drug drop boxes" at participating New Jersey police departments, which includes the Lower Township Police Dept. It lets you dispose of your unused and expired household medications, safely and securely, at any time: 24/7/365.
For safety reasons, the boxes can only accept solid medications, such as pills, patches, inhalers, etc. The boxes cannot accept liquids, medical waste or syringes. Consumers wishing to dispose of these objects should speak with their doctors or pharmacists about disposal. It should also be noted that consumers may only dispose of legal prescription or over-the-counter medications.