Belleville Police Department

  • Agency: Belleville Police Department
  • Address: 152 Washington Ave # 1, Belleville , 07109 NJ
  • Chief: Joe Rotonda (Chief of Police)
Phone: 973-450-3333
Fax: 973-450-1021
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Belleville Police Department is located at 152 Washington Ave # 1, Belleville , 07109 NJ. The Chief of Police of the department is Joe Rotonda. The Belleville Police Department phone number is 973-450-3333.

Belleville Police Department News

Belleville Residents take a look at this sketch. On 4/24/18 an unknown male entered a house on Cuozzo Street in the evening hours. The suspect was confronted by the homeowner and the suspect fled without taking anything. The suspect entered through an unlocked front door. The sketch was completed through a NJSP Sketch artist based on the witnesses description. The actor was described as a Hispanic male with a slight accent, late 40’s, thin build, facial hair, salt and pepper short hair wearing a dark colored hooded sweatshirt, a greenish backpack and dark pants. As a reminder with the warmer weather approaching it’s a good idea to always make sure doors and windows are secured before going to bed. Anyone with information can call Detective Anthony Abate at 973-450-3333

Package Theft Suspect 4/21/18 Bayard Street Belleville. Anyone with info can call Detective Michael Agosta at 973-450-3359

RIP Tamby Yagan Paterson PD. Our thoughts and prayers are with Paterson PD and the Yagan Family.

Another tragic loss. RIP

#Team Belleville PBA coached by Detective Vinnie Strumolo, Officer Juan Lisojo, and Officer Joseph O’Donnell. Great to see officers mentoring the youth. Good luck

Good luck to all of Belleville’s Little Leaguers. Have a great and safe season, go P.B.A

Congratulations to Officers Forte & Jones for receiving an Award Recognition from the Nutley VFW . Great job guys and a special thanks to the Nutley VFW

Belleville Police Junior Police Academy Summer Course 2018 applications are out!!. From June 25-June29, 2018. For further info contact Lt. Carl Castellano at 973-450-3339

Today Team Belleville had its fundraiser for the 2018 Police Unity Tour at Main Street Taverna (681 Main St Belleville). We had over 100 people attend the event. Manny the owner at Main Street Taverna donated all the food, drinks, and most importantly his staff. Hodges Party rental generously donated tables,chairs, and a tent for our comfort. Mystical Entertainment owned by John Macaluso donated the Dj and all the equipment for today’s fundraiser. We were honored to have the Santucci family present, Kenneth Santucci is a Belleville Police Officer killed in the line of duty on September 6,2008, We were honored to have the Morgan family attend the fundraiser also, Michael Morgan is a Newark Officer who was killed in the line of duty on November 7,2011. Team Belleville would like to thank Chief Mark Minichini, Deputy Chief Gerard Corbo, Mayor Raymond Kimble, The Town Council, and Manager Mauro Tucci for their support. Also we thank all people who purchased shirts and donated to this event. Please support the businesses that support us: Main Street Taverna 681 Main St Belleville 973-302-4853 Hodges Party Rental 973-759-6891 Mystical Entertainment 1-800-409-9770

Belleville Police Unity Tour shirts are now on sale for $20. The shirts are dry fit style black with the official unity tour emblem on the front . On the back are the fallen officers killed in the line of duty that Team Belleville is riding for. Anyone that wants a shirt can call Detective Reyes at 973-450-3358

Belleville Police Officers are having a fundraiser to raise money for the 2018 Police Unity Tour. Sunday 4/8/18 from 1PM-5PM 681 Main St Belleville (Main St Taverna) Come out for a great cause

Happy Easter from our family to yours

Belleville Police joined the Easter egg hunt !!

*** Ice and heavy snow is expected with snow accumulations of up to approximately 16inches. Travel will be difficult, so please avoid all unnecessary travel. Be prepared for significant reduction in visibility. Due to the anticipated snowstorm, the Township is requiring all vehicles be moved from snow emergency streets by 6AM on March 21, 2018 or be subjected to towing and/or ticketing. Recycling pick-ups for Wednesday 3/21/18 will begin at 3AM due to the anticipated storm. Please note, placing objects in the street to reserve parking space is prohibited and can hinder emergency services and the Department of Public Works. To help the Department of Public Works in clearing streets, Do Not throw snow into the street or plow snow into the roadway. This will be strictly enforced.

Regarding the water main Break at Belleville/Franklin Ave, water should be restored between 6:00PM-9:00PM.

**Update** As of 1527hrs water is anticipated to be restored between 6:00PM- 9:00Pm Water main break Belleville & Franklin Ave avoid the area. Broken main is located at Belleville and Franklin Ave. The shut down for repair will impact the area south of Belleville Ave and west of Franklin Ave with severely reduced water pressure and flow.

Belleville Police celebrated St. Patrick’s Day early with the students from Sandy Lane Nursery School. The green bagels were delicious

*** Snow Advisory****** Heavy snow is expected with snow accumulations of 6-12 inches. Due to the anticipated snowstorm, the township is requiring all vehicles be moved from snow emergency streets by 6:00am or be subjected to towing and/or ticketing. Recycling pick-ups for Wednesday, March7th have been suspended and will resume on your next scheduled pick-up day. All recreation activities for Wednesday have been cancelled. 9-1-1 is for Emergencies only Belleville Police main number 973-450-3333 Visit www.pseg.com for power outage information. Please see attached photo with all snow emergency streets.

Belleville Police Officers marching in the ST. Patrick’s Day Parade

Belleville Office of Emergency Management has opened it’s warming center for those residents without heat or power. The center will be open from 6:30pm on an as needed basis until 11:00PM. After hours if needed contact Belleville Police at 973-450-3333 or Belleville Fire at 973-450-3366 Location: 125 Mill Street (Belleville Senior Citizen Center’s)

Belleville Officers were at several schools today reading to the children for DR. Seuss & Read Across America Week. Not sure who had more fun the Officers or the kids.

Chief Mark Minichini reading to Belleville School #7 1st grade students for Dr Seuss And Read Across America week. Belleville Officers will be at the schools Friday to conclude the week.

Congratulations Captain John Hood 37 years of service and Lt. Craig Mack 30 years of service. Thank you for your dedicated service. You will be missed

Signing off Ceremony for Captain Jackie Hood 37 years of service and Lt. Craig Mack 30 years of service.

Belleville Police need help identifying this male suspected of committing burglaries Into apartment buildings. If you recognize this male contact Belleville PD at 973-450-3361 or 973-450-3333