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

Officer DiMattia was visiting the Kindergarten students at Clara Barton when they surprised him with these special thank you cards for our officers. We truly appreciate the support and thank the kids for making our day. Cherry Hill Public Schools

Lock It or Lose It The Cherry Hill Police reminds our community to follow these tips to help protect you from being a victim. Theft from vehicles are most often crimes of opportunity in which a thief sees an easy target. Reduce the chances that a criminal will want to break into your vehicle by taking some preventative steps. - Lock your car anytime you park. - Use theft deterrent systems such as car alarms or anti-theft device, as they can be an effective deterrent. - Always park in well-lit, well-traveled areas. This helps deter thieves because the car and anything inside is more visible. Keep the exterior of your residence well-lit. - Remove all loose items of value such as loose change, cell phones, laptops or tablets, jewelry, handbags, etc. whether at home or another location. - Contact police if you see someone acting suspiciously. If it looks out of the ordinary to you, do not hesitate to call the Cherry Hill Police at 856-665-1200. Remember you can remain anonymous when you call.

Members of the Cherry Hill Police Department send our deepest condolences to the Gilchrist County Sheriff’s Office and the friends and family of Sgt. Noel Ramirez and Deputy Sheriff Taylor Lindsey, who were killed in the line of duty yesterday in an ambush-style attack.

Cherry Hill PD is requesting your assistance in identifying the depicted male in reference to a theft, which occurred at Wegmans. Any information, please contact Detective Grimaldi at 856-432-8835 or Kgrimaldi@cherryhillpolice.com. Information can also be provided anonymously at tips@cherryhillpolice.com or http://cherryhill-nj.com/forms.aspx?FID=84.

Congratulations to another one of our Junior Police Academy graduates.

Last night the Cherry Hill Police Department partnered with the Samost Jewish Family and Children's Service (JFCS) of Southern New Jersey to host another successful "This Life Counts" event. This program is aimed to prevent and raise awareness regarding youth suicide. Officer Brian Cunningham had the privilege of speaking on a panel made up of mental health professionals, clinicians, and survivors. We want to thank everyone who attended this great event and all those involved in planning.

TONIGHT! This Life Counts presentation at the Carman Tilelli Community Center. Our presenters are currently preparing for tonight's important event. It's not too late to join! The event begins at 7PM sharp!

TRAFFIC ADVISORY Haddonfield-Berlin Road (Route 561) between Ashbrook Road and South Mansfield Blvd will be down to one lane in each direction from 9am through 3pm starting today 4/17. Repairs will take place Monday through Saturday for approximately two months while PSE&G makes underground repairs. Both directions will be using the northbound lanes with one lane moving in each direction. This area experiences heavy traffic congestion during normal weekdays, especially around rush hours, and this change in traffic pattern will create additional congestion and long delays. Please seek alternate routes around this area if at all possible. Please use caution while traveling through the work zone.

Cherry Hill PD is requesting your assistance in identifying the two depicted males in reference to a robbery, which occurred at Walmart. Any information, please contact Detective Grimaldi at 856-432-8835 or Kgrimaldi@cherryhillpolice.com. Information can also be provided anonymously at tips@cherryhillpolice.com or http://cherryhill-nj.com/forms.aspx?FID=84.

Please remember to Lock It or Lose It and do not leave any personable or valuable items inside your vehicles such as pocketbooks, shopping bags, gym bags, backpacks, tools, garage door openers, and etc. Don't give someone the opportunity to make you a victim! Lock it or Lose it!

Route 38 is now open in both directions.

King George Road is now open between Hastings and Douglas Drive

Route 38 remains closed in both directions from Chapel to Cuthbert Blvd. Please avoid this are due to flooding.

Chapel Avenue is now open in all directions. Thank you for your patience as several other roadways remain closed due to flash flooding.

Berlin Rd @ Morris is now reopened

King George Road is shut down between Hastings and Douglas Drive due to flooding. Please use caution in your travels.

Route 38 is closed in both directions at Kenilworth Avenue due to flooding. Haddonfield Road is reduced to one lane only between Hollis and Chapel Avenue. Chapel Avenue is one lane from Hanover to Haddonfield Road. Berlin Road at Morris Drive and Partridge and Harrowgate are also flooded.

ATTENTION DRIVERS: There is currently a Flash Flood Warning for our area due to heavy rain conditions. If you are headed out for your morning commute please use extreme caution while driving. Always remember Wipes On Lights On! Safe Travels!

Officers D'Alessio & Cunningham were thrilled to enjoy the nice weather and join Horace Mann School in their annual Autism Walk! We were able to meet so many great people who were out for an even better cause. We also want to thank our friends at the Cherry Hill Fire Department for joining us!

Cherry Hill PD is requesting your assistance in identifying the depicted males in reference to a theft which occurred at the T-Mobile store. Any information, please contact Detective Sorrentino #372 at 856-432-8825 or by e-mail at asorrentino@cherryhillpolice.com. Information can also be provided anonymously at tips@cherryhillpolice.com or http://www.cherryhill-nj.com/forms.aspx?FID=84.

Cherry Hill PD is requesting your assistance in identifying the depicted male in reference to a theft which occurred at the Walmart store. Any information, please contact Detective Sorrentino #372 at 856-432-8825 or by e-mail at asorrentino@cherryhillpolice.com. Information can also be provided anonymously at tips@cherryhillpolice.com or http://www.cherryhill-nj.com/forms.aspx?FID=84.

TRAFFIC UPDATES... Emergency overnight repairs have been complete and Rt 70 between South Cornell Ave & Sayer Ave has been restored with all lanes open. Morris Drive continues to have a one-way closure and detour between Country Club and Springdale Road. Use caution traveling through this area as it is an active and moving work zone. Updates will continue to be posted.

DON’T FORGET TO LOCK YOUR VEHICLE DOORS! Most vehicles had simple items, such as loose change, taken from them but the common denominator for most is that the vehicles were left UNLOCKED. It is a crime of opportunity. Door handles are tried and if the car is locked they usually move on. If you see any suspicious persons or activity, please contact the non-emergency police dispatch number at (856) 665-1200. Prevent your car from being broken into. Thefts from cars are most often crimes of opportunity in which a thief sees an easy target. Reduce the chances that a criminal will want to break into your vehicle by taking some of the following steps. - At home, park your car in a garage if you have one or in the driveway rather than on the street. - Use theft deterrent systems such as car alarms, wheel lock devices, kill switches, etc. - Always park in well-lit areas. Keep exterior lights on at your residence, whether you are home or not home. - Remove all loose items of value such as loose change, cell phones, laptops or tablets, jewelry, etc. from view inside the car and lock them in the trunk or bring them into your home. -Do not leave items, such as pocketbooks, shopping bags, gym bags, backpacks, tools, etc. in plain view inside the vehicle. - Contact police if you see someone acting suspiciously. If it looks out of the ordinary to you, do not hesitate to call the police. You can remain anonymous when you call.

Community Relations Officers Amato and Downes had a great time this afternoon at the Cherry Hill Recreation Department Senior Health Fair. Thank you to all who came out to learn about the importance of senior health!