Irvington Police Department is located at 1 Civic Square, Irvington, 07111 NJ. The Irvington Police Department phone number is 973-399-6600.
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS 2018-01!!! 10 New Irvington Police Officers Ready to Go!! Good luck and Stay Safe
Stay Safe and Congratulations..
Congratulations to our new addition of Police Officers. Stay Alert... Stay Alive...
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A BIG THANK YOU TO ANTOJITOS RESTAURANT for the delicious Empanadas and tasty lunch... Our officers are very great-full. Thank you for making our day that much special.. It's nice to know our services are appreciated.. We love you Diane😋😋😘
Help prevent a crime of opportunity: Please remember to always lock your car doors and roll the windows up and ALWAYS hide valuables from plain sight! Don’t become a victim of a crime that be easily prevented!
MUST READ THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Click It or Ticket May 21 – June 3, 2018....We will be watching
· DON'T DRINK AND DRIVE ENFORCEMENT STARTS MAY 15, 2018 -MAY 31, 2018 Law enforcement officers in the Township of Irvington will be cracking down on drunk drivers, May 15, 2018 - May 31, 2018. We will conduct sobriety checkpoints and roving patrols, looking for motorist who may be driving while intoxicated. If you plan to drink, designate a driver, take a taxi, or use mass transit instead. In New Jersey, drivers may dial #77 to report a drunk or aggressive driver
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Condolences and Prayers to the family of New Jersey State Police Trooper Brian McNally. Brothers ans Sisters in blue have you all in our prayers. REST EASY HERO... New Jersey State Trooper Killed in Motor Vehicle Crash West Trenton, N.J. - It is with great sadness that the New Jersey State Police announces the tragic loss of Trooper Brian McNally #7664, who was killed in an off-duty motor vehicle crash Sunday evening on I-78 in Berks County, Pennsylvania. Trooper Brian McNally was a member of the 154th State Police Class, which graduated August 29th, 2014. He was assigned to Washington Station. Prior to becoming a member of the New Jersey State Police, Trooper McNally graduated from the Citadel Military Academy and was a Captain in the United States Marine Corps Reserves. “Tammy and I are deeply saddened by the death of Trooper Brian McNally, who was killed in an off duty car crash yesterday evening while returning from weekend military service in Pennsylvania,” said Governor Phil Murphy. “Our thoughts and prayers are with the McNally family and the New Jersey State Police at this difficult time.” “My heart goes out to the family of Trooper McNally and to the Troopers and Marines who served with him,” said Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal. “He lived his life in service to New Jersey, to his country, and to the safety and security of all of us. It is with great sadness and gratitude that we honor his memory.” "The men and women of the State Police are devastated by the tragic loss of Trooper McNally,” said Colonel Patrick Callahan, Acting Superintendent of the New Jersey State Police. “Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers are with his family. Brian's life was a testament to his dedication to service of both state and country." The crash is being investigated by the Pennsylvania State Police. Our thoughts and prayers are with the McNally family. We request that the media respect their privacy during this incredibly difficult time.
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Mayor Tony Vauss & The Irvington Township Municipal Council in Collaboration with the Caribbean American Heritage & Cultural Foundation of New Jersey Presents
WE ARE WATCHING..
MAKE A DIFFERENCE AND JOIN THE IRVINGTON AUXILIARY PROGRAM What is a Volunteer Auxiliary Police Officer? The Irvington Auxiliary Police Officer program was established in 2004. Auxiliary Police Officers volunteer thousands of hours to public service each year. Auxiliary Police Officers are trained to observe and report conditions requiring the services of the Irvington Police. They are civil-minded men and women who volunteer their assistance to the Irvington Police, the Township Government and other Community Organizations in achieving public safety goals. Duties of an Auxiliary Police Officer The following are some ways the Auxiliary Police assist the Police Department, the Township Government and Community Organizations. • Maintains order at parades, festivals, street fairs, and other special events. • Assist in crime prevention activities. • Performs traffic control at motor vehicle accidents, fire scenes and other incidents. • Issues motor vehicle traffic violations and parking summonses. • Performs various non-enforcement duties. Training Auxiliary Police candidates are trained in self-defense tactics, CPR, first aid, patrol techniques, NJ Traffic Laws, NJ Criminal Code, and much more. A writing sample and physical exam are required. Career The auxiliary program is an excellent opportunity to get an up-close look at law enforcement. For some, it is a stepping stone to a distinguished career with the Irvington Police Department. We have several remarkable Irvington Police Officers who started with the Irvington Auxiliary Police Program. For others, the auxiliary program provides an opportunity to give back to the community while pursuing other careers. Volunteer requirements Be a U.S. citizen, lawful permanent resident Speak, read and write English Be at least 21 years of age Pass a background investigation Be in good health Live in Irvington or within a 5-mile radius Comply with I.P.D. zero-tolerance drug policy Possess a valid New Jersey driver’s license Have a good moral character Volunteer at least 8 hours per month How to apply If interested in this extraordinary program, Email or Call Auxiliary Police Recruitment Officer Sergeant Akilah Jenkins at (973) 399-4916 Ajenkins@irvingtonpolice.org or Captain Amanda Koontz (Retired) (908) 578-3226 Akoontz@Irvingtonpolice.org
DON'T DRINK AND DRIVE ENFORCEMENT STARTS MAY 15, 2018 -MAY 31, 2018 Law enforcement officers in the Township of Irvington will be cracking down on drunk drivers, May 15, 2018 - May 31, 2018. We will conduct sobriety checkpoints and roving patrols, looking for motorist who may be driving while intoxicated. If you plan to drink, designate a driver, take a taxi, or use mass transit instead. In New Jersey, drivers may dial #77 to report a drunk or aggressive drive
DON'T DRINK AND DRIVE ENFORCEMENT MAY 15, 2018 -MAY 31, 2018 2018 Drunk Driving Enforcement 🚫🚫🚫🍺🥂🍷🚗🚙🚔🚓 May 15, 2018 – May 31, 2018 Law enforcement officers in the Township of Irvington will be cracking down on drunk drivers, May 15, 2018 - May 31, 2018. We will conduct sobriety checkpoints and roving patrols, looking for motorist who may be driving while intoxicated. If you plan to drink, designate a driver, take a taxi, or use mass transit instead. In New Jersey, drivers may dial #77 to report a drunk or aggressive driver. Contact: Sergeant Akilah Jenkins 973-399-4916
Always great to hear things like this!!! Thank you Lost Trucker..Safe Travels..😎😉🚛🛣️🚚 I drive for Schuster out of Lemars Ia. Just want to say Thank u to the officer that helped me out yesterday. I Took a wrong turn in Your City. Not only did he help me, he even escorted me to where I needed to be. At 70+ feet he was a life saver. Thank ya'll for your service. Luke Olmstead the lost Trucker.
Click It or Ticket May 21 – June 3, 2018....We will be watching
MUST READ THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Click It or Ticket May 21 – June 3, 2018....We will be watching Seat Belt Enforcement and Education Campaign to be Conducted Locally as Part of Nationwide Click It or Ticket Mobilization May 21 – June 3, 2018 Irvington -- Law enforcement officers from the Irvington Police Department will join with police from around the country in cracking down on unbuckled motorists and passengers as part of the national “Click it or Ticket” campaign.
It's going to be hot tomorrow!!! Enjoy
Don't forget this SATURDAY!!!!!
Mayor Tony Vauss and the Irvington Health Coalition in Partnership with The Irvington Department of Health, The Irvington Public Schools and the Department of Public Safety, Present Its Family Friendly 5K Walk/Run.. MAKE SURE YOU JOIN US !!!