Plainsboro Township Police Department

  • Agency: Plainsboro Township Police Department
  • Address: 641 Plainsboro Rd # A, Plainsboro, 08536 NJ
  • Chief: Guy Armour (Chief of Police)
Phone: 609-799-2333
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Plainsboro Township Police Department is located at 641 Plainsboro Rd # A, Plainsboro, 08536 NJ. The Chief of Police of the department is Guy Armour. The Plainsboro Township Police Department phone number is 609-799-2333.

Plainsboro Township Police Department News

On April 20th 2017, Detectives Baumann and Kanaley along with Ptl. Fazio teamed up with the students of Community Middle School for a fundraiser which brings awareness to wellness and mental health. The proceeds from the event will be donated to Plainsboro's Community Addiction Recovery Effort(CARE) program. We're not sure who had more fun the students or the officers, you tell us! P.S. The videos are posted in the comments section!! Enjoy!

Today Mark's the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School Shooting. Our thoughts and prayers will forever be with the victims as well as their families, but even more so on this day. The tragedy on this day 19 years ago also changed and shaped the way law enforcement across the country responds to active shooter calls for service.

It’s #throwbackthursday ! This photo is from a 1990s DWI checkpoint on Route 1. This #tbt is also a reminder for the checkpoint tomorrow night (10p-3a) on Scudders Mill Rd. “Arrive alive, don’t drink and drive!” #police #cops #checkpoint

On Friday April 20th, 2018, between the hours of 10:00 pm and 3:00 am, the Plainsboro Township Police Department, in conjunction with the Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office, will be conducting an impaired driving checkpoint on Scudders Mill Road. Officers will be targeting impaired driving due to alcohol and/or drugs as part of the statewide crackdown on impaired driving. #Arrivealive #Dontdrinkanddrive #checkpoint “Arrive alive. Don’t drink and drive.” Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office

**MAPLETON RD BETWEEN BARCLAY BLVD AND LAKEVIEW TERRACE IS NOW OPEN. PLEASE USE CAUTION.** Posted "ROAD CLOSINGS" to the "Road Closings" group. Please click "Check it out!" below for more details.

**UPDATE** Roadway opened and is passable. However use caution due to water on the side of the roadway. ⚠️Mapleton Road between Seminary Drive/Barclay Blvd and Lakeview Terrace will be closed in both directions until further notice due to flooding ❗️

⚠️Mapleton Road between Seminary Drive/Barclay Blvd and Lakeview Terrace will be closed in both directions until further notice due to flooding ❗️

Retweeted NJOEM (@ReadyNJ): Warning means TAKE ACTION. Watch means BE PREPARED. Visit https://t.co/e5Qi40RX30 to learn more. #ReadyNJ #FloodSafety #SpringSafety #flashflood https://t.co/BwTIDdYLNs

April Showers bring May Flowers AND unfortunately HYDROPLANING. When you hydroplane, so much water has built up in your tires that they lose contact with the road. Therefore avoid driving through puddles and standing water. But if you can’t, here are some tips to help overcome this: -Do not brake or accelerate suddenly. -Stay calm and wait for the skid to stop. -Ease your foot off the gas. -Stay calm -Steer in the direction you want the car to go. -Brake carefully. -Did we mention stay calm? Remember, #slowdown in rainy conditions. #rainraingoaway #AprilShowers

D.A.R.E. Graduation today was a blast!! Congratulations to all the students for a job well done!! Big thanks to the Millstone River School Teachers & Staff, WW-P Drug Alliance, WW-P School District, Deputy Mayor Neil Lewis, Chief Guy Armour, and the Plainsboro PD D.A.R.E. Officers. Special thanks to D.A.R.E. Coordinator Det. Scott Beatty for helping make this year’s program and event a successful one! #DARE #DAREAMERICA

On Monday, April 9th Det. Kanaley and Det. Baumann teamed up with the residents of Cranbury Brook for the, “Scam Prevention Initiative” seminar. The topics discussed included, frequently used scams and how to identify signs of a scam, how to protect yourself from and report possible scams as well as the steps to take if you should unfortunately fall victim to a scam. The Detectives plan on hosting events like this for other residents of Plainsboro in the future. If you wish to have them come to your community please contact Det. Kanaley at (609) 799-2333.

April 8-14 is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week and we want to recognize our dispatchers. They are a vital link between our residents and our Police, Fire, & EMS. They are a critical lifeline to our first responders and are always there to answer the call 24/7, all year long. We thank you for your service!

Plainsboro and Perth Amboy riders have been teaming up for the last 6 years to support each other and participate together in the Police Unity Tour which kicks off May 9th. Officer Breyta and Cpl. Finkelstein, attended the Comedy Show Fund Raiser in Perth Amboy on Sunday 4/8. “We ride for those that died.” www.policeunitytour.com

We are proud to be in partnership with Recovery Advocates of America by providing addiction recovery services through the Plainsboro C.A.R.E. Program in our community. Tonight, Ptl. Bolognese and Det. Beatty represented the Plainsboro Police Department at the Recovery Advocates 6th Annual Recovery Dinner Dance.

April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. We will be out there looking for violators. Pro tip on how to avoid being a distracted driver: #JustDrive

Taking it back....way back, to 1978 for our first Flashback Friday! Featured in the April 1978, West Windsor Plainsboro Chronicle, "Members of the Plainsboro Police Department take time out from their duties to display their new uniforms and the new department emblem. (pictured L. to R. Officer Runge, Officer Crosby, Police Chief Maurer and Officer Coderoni)". Fun Fact the #1 song in April 1978 was the Bee Gee's, "Night Fever" and #1 movie was, "Grease"! #FBF #flashbackfriday @plainsboro_township_police

Posted "US 1 South Reopened" to the "Emergency Alerts" group. Please click "Check it out!" below for more details.

Posted "US 1 South down to one lane at College Rd." to the "Emergency Alerts" group. Please click "Check it out!" below for more details.

"Today, on the 50th anniversary of his assassination, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is remembered by the Plainsboro Police Department"

TODAY IN HISTORY..... 45 years ago the 1st mobile phone call is made, April 3, 1973 by Marty Cooper, right here at Bell Labs in New Jersey!! With that being said... the 2018 Distracted Driving Crackdown is in effect. Beginning April 1, and running through April 21, the high visibility law enforcement initiative will target motorists who engage in dangerous distracted driving behaviors such as talking on hand-held cell phones and sending text messages while driving. Did you know that driver inattention was in fact listed as a contributing factor in crashes at a rate nine times higher than that of the next highest contributing factor (speed)? Not a fun fact at all. Let's all get where we're going safely!

Retweeted Princeton, NJ Police (@PrincetonPolice): There have been at least two reported incidents of counterfeit 100.00 bills being passed to local Princeton merchants and merchants in the surrounding area. Remember to carefully screen bills to avoid losses.... https://t.co/fWBLa38tsg

Ptl. Dan Reichard was 1 of 12 participants who graduated from FEMA Basic Academy yesterday! This 152 hour course provides a foundational education in Emergency Management, which will allow Ptl. Reichard and the Plainsboro Police Department to better serve the community! Well done Ptl. Reichard!! New Jersey Office of Emergency Management #emergencymanagement #congratulations

Volume 🆙 🎶. Our message board located at Scudders Mill Rd/Schalks Crossing Rd. We hope everyone has a Happy Easter, and a safe Holiday Weekend! 🐰🐇

Scudders Mill Rd is now open in both directions.