Millville Police Department

  • Agency: Millville Police Department
  • Address: 18 S High St, Millville , 08332 NJ
  • Chief: Thomas Haas (Chief of Police)
Phone: 856-825-7010
Fax: 856-825-2899

Millville Police Department is located at 18 S High St, Millville , 08332 NJ. The Chief of Police of the department is Thomas Haas. The Millville Police Department phone number is 856-825-7010.

Millville Police Department News

High Street will be closed from Pine to Sassafras for about 5-6 hrs today.

Happy Birthday to this big guy! K-9 Chase turned 7 today. Even on his Birthday he worked hard protecting the citizens of MILLVILLE.

Be sure you leave early in the morning and drive slowly/carefully! Very slippery conditions on the roads and sidewalks.

90 minute delay for Millville Public Schools tomorrow.

We have been getting a lot of calls regarding a threat at MHS. The MHS referred to in a circulating Facebook post is actually in Virginia and it is Monticello High School. The authorities have a person of interest in custody at that location. We have received no specific threats toward any school in our city. Please pass this along to calm the many parents in our city.

Millville Schools are closed tomorrow

***This could be you!*** If your vehicle is parked on the shoulder of the road and there is a sign that references no parking when the road is snow covered, please move your vehicle ASAP. Your vehicle could be ticketed and/or towed. Roads can not be properly cleared and your vehicle could potentially be damaged by the plow trucks. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated!


Our Records department will be closed today.

We are keeping an eye on this storm as many of you are. Schools are closed tomorrow so that’ll mean less traffic on the roads which means less people likely to be in an accident. If you “have to get the bread and milk” make sure you do so when it’s safe and before the roads are snow covered. While on the topic of snow covered roads, if you live on a street where you cannot park when roads are snow covered, do others and especially yourself a favor and MOVE YOUR VEHICLE. Plows need to remove the snow from the entire roadway including the shoulders. This means if you move your car like you’re supposed to, the state/county will clear your parking spot for you free of charge! If you choose to not move your car you risk your car being plowed in, struck by vehicles, cited and possibly towed. We do not want to make anyone’s day any worse so just please, if you live in a street where you cannot park when snow covered, park off the street and allow the plows to clear the roadway. We’ll be available to help in anyway that we can and are only a phone call away. As any emergency details or solid forecasts come out we will update that information on this page. Until then hope for the best, prepare for the worst and stay warm!

Millville Public Schools are closed tomorrow due to winter storm.

On Saturday, December 23, 2017 at approximately 6:45pm a Millville Police patrol car was struck once by gunfire in the 300blk of East Vine Street. The bullet struck the passenger side front window and the driver side front window, shattering both. The officer was not hit by the gunfire, but was transported to Inspira Medical Center in Vineland for evaluation. He has since been released. Officers located 12 spent casings from the scene. At this point in the investigation, it does not appear the shooting was directed at the officer’s car. At approximately 7:40pm, additional shots were fired in the 200blk East Oak Street. Officers located 3 spent casings in the roadway. No one was injured in the incident. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Millville Police 856-825-7010, the tip-line 856-825-2182 or text “millvillepd” and your tip TIP411.

We know there’s a lot of rumors and false stories going around but just to clarify things. One of our patrol vehicles was struck by gun fire. The Officer driving the vehicle was NOT injured. The investigation to the shooting is currently on going.

Last night at the Commission Hearing several officers were given awards and our new Officers were sworn in!

Chief Farabella was presented with a donation to Millville PAL by members ot the South Jersey Sportsmen’s Association. Pictured left to right are Ret. Capt Matt Rabbai, Jeff Stanker, Gracie Stanker, Chief Farabella, John Tonetta and Alex Tonetta. Thank you for your generosity!

Big thanks to everyone that came out and volunteered for this Saturday’s Holiday meal!

Reminder!! This Saturday. Please spread the word/share!

Today, our department got bigger! Congrats Officers Cody Miller, Joseph Muller, Michael Rabb, Cory Shropshire, Daniel Meiswinkle, Dominick Santiago for graduating Gloucester County Police Academy Class 51.

Looking for the public’s help on identifying the female pictured below. She is alleged to have shoplifted over $200 of merchandise from Kohl’s. Tips can be PM’d to our page, called into tip line or left on tip411 app. Any and all information/tips revived will remain anonymous. 17-20928 Ofc Smith.