Cherry Hill Police Department

  • Agency: Cherry Hill Police Department
  • Address: 820 Mercer St, Cherry Hill , 08002 NJ
  • Chief: Rick Del Campo (Chief of Police)

Cherry Hill Police Department is located at 820 Mercer St, Cherry Hill , 08002 NJ. The Chief of Police of the department is Rick Del Campo. The Cherry Hill Police Department phone number is 856-488-7828.

Cherry Hill Police Department News

Mark your calendars and join us on December 8th as we partner with Road Runner Sports for this fun run. Donate a new and unwrapped toy which will be provided to a local charity to help local families in need during the holiday season. This run is part of our community outreach "Run With Us, Not Away From Us" campaign.

Chick-fil-A of Cherry Hill presented the Cherry Hill Police FOP Lodge 28 Cherry Hill, NJ with a generous donation for their 41st annual Christmas party for special needs children. The party has been in tradition for children in our area and is a great opportunity for our officers to interact with the community. We truly appreciate the continued support of Chick-fil-A in helping in making the holiday season a little brighter for the children.

Officers Houlihan and Downes had a great time visiting all of the preschoolers of Temple Beth Sholom, Cherry Hill this afternoon! What a great group of kids!

The Cherry Hill Police Department presented a plaque to the owners, staff and employees of the Cherry Hill Health & Racquet Club today, in recognition of their contributions and support of the men and women of the Cherry Hill Police Department. We appreciate and thank you for all that you have done for us and the community!

Short Hills Drive is now open in all directions.

Community Relations Officers Houlihan and Downes stopped by Temple Emanuel Cherry Hill this morning to visit their preschool students and read a book with them! Thanks for a fun morning!

The entrence to Short Hills Dr off of Evesham Rd. will be closed due to a gas leak, There will also be limited access into the shopping plaza. Emergency crews are on location as well as PSE&G.

Cherry Hill Police is attempting to identify a suspect in reference to fraud which occurred at Kohl's in Cherry Hill on October 23rd and 27th. Any information please contact Detective Lobanov at (856) 432 8823 or rlobanov@cherryhillpolic.com Information can also provided anonymously at tips@cherryhillpolice.com or http://nj-cherryhill.civicplus.com/forms.aspx?FID=84.

The Cherry Hill Police Department is proud of our relationship with the Cherry Hill High School West broadcasting students. We are truly amazed by their talent and dedication to helping serve the community.

ATTENTION SENIOR CITIZENS! Do you have old, unwanted, or expired household medication that you would like to dispose of? If so, stop by the Cherry Hill Alliance on Drug & Alcohol Abuse Project Medicine Drop Box event on Friday, November 17th from 10AM-1230PM at Croft Farm Arts Center of Cherry Hill! We hope to see you there!

Members of the public have long been one of law enforcement's best sources of information on what is out of place and suspicious in the communities in which they reside and work. Residents know their communities best and are often the first to notice when something is out of the ordinary such as unfamiliar people or vehicles loitering in the neighborhood, or activity at a vacant home or a closed business. Police are reminding the public if you "see something, say something" by calling 9-1-1 or our non-emergency dispatch number at (856) 665-1200. Anonymous tips can also be sent to tips@cherryhillpolice.com. You may be the source of information police needed to solve a crime or intercept criminal activity. Together we can work together to keep our communities safe.#seesomethingsaysomething

Recycling and Shredding event being held at Cherry Hill Township Public Works - 1 Perina Blvd.- TODAY, Sunday November 5th, until 2pm.

REMINDER: Don't forget to set your clocks back one hour tonight before going to bed!

After four days into the “No-Shave November” fund raising event that over sixty Cherry Hill Police Officers are participating in throughout this month, the Cherry Hill PBA 176 has raised $3,050 over their $2,500 goal. The money goes to various organizations including, but not limited to, the American Cancer Society , St. Jude's Children's Hospital, and Prevent Cancer Foundation. If anyone would like to support the officers participating in “No-Shave November” please go to https://no-shave.org/team/CHPBA176 . We will continue to post photographs throughout the month showing their progress.

Cherry Hill Officers enjoyed joining the Cherry Hill Public Schools - Cherry Hill High School West Cross Country Team for their last week of practice of the season. The relationship developed with the students during the practices we attended are "beyond the badge!" We look forward to next year. Best of luck at your race on Saturday!

Cherry Hill Police is attempting to identify the two suspects in reference to passing of counterfeit money which occurred at Walmart in Cherry Hill on October 28th. Any information please contact Detective Lobanov at (856) 432 8823 or rlobanov@cherryhillpolic.com Information can also provided anonymously at tips@cherryhillpolice.com or http://nj-cherryhill.civicplus.com/forms.aspx?FID=84.

Officers of the Cherry Hill Police Department in conjunction with the Cherry Hill PBA 176 are participating in a fund raising event titled "No-Shave November." No-Shave November is a national campaign held from November 1st to November 30th to raise money and awareness for cancer. During the month participants forgo shaving in order to evoke conversation regarding cancer and to raise money for cancer research, education and prevention. The money goes to various organizations including, but not limited to, the American Cancer Society, St. Jude's Children's Hospital, and Prevent Cancer Foundation. We have over sixty officers participating in this great campaign and we will continue to post photos throughout the month showing their progress. If anyone would like to support the officers participating in No-Shave November please go to https://no-shave.org/team/CHPBA176.

Happy Halloween! Our officers had a fun time interacting with the neighborhood children and seeing all the great costumes. We are pleased everyone had a safe and fun time!

Our Officers are having a great time with all of the tricker treaters of Cherry Hill!

Cherry Hill Police making sure our residents are having a fun and safe Halloween!

KRESSON ROAD HAS BEEN RE-OPENED between Haddonfield-Berlin Road and Brace Road, construction work is complete and the road is open in all directions again. Thank you for your patience and cooperation.

Officer Domingo with a pretty impressive police pumpkin made by a student of Cherry Hill Public Schools - Bret Harte Elementary School this afternoon!

The Cherry Hill Police Club has officially started in both Cherry Hill High School East and Cherry Hill High School West! The Cherry Hill Police Club was created to give students the opportunity to learn about and discuss important current events and other related concerns. It gives the students a voice in dealing with and addressing these concerns within their school and community. We will have open discussions and hands on activities. Students will also have the opportunity to get to know our officers on a more personal level and get an inside look into law enforcement. We are very excited about this new initiative and can’t wait to get to know all of the wonderful students who joined!

These little boys were very excited to show off their Cherry Hill Police Car and Chapel Avenue Corrections Halloween costumes!Thank you for supporting CHPD with these awesome costumes!