Woodbridge Police Department

  • Agency: Woodbridge Police Department
  • Address: 1 Main Street, Woodbridge , NJ
  • Chief: William Trenery (Chief of Police)
Phone: 732-634-7700

Woodbridge Police Department is located at 1 Main Street, Woodbridge , NJ. The Chief of Police of the department is William Trenery. The Woodbridge Police Department phone number is 732-634-7700.

Woodbridge Police Department News

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St Patrick’s Day Parade

Had some visitors, made time fly!!!

Came to work my part time and spent money before I get through the door. Had to buy from both sides. Supporting Troop 80228.

Two great games for a great cause, May 20th. Please share. ❤️

We LOVE the kids!!!!!

We had some reports of fake checks being sent out. If you receive a check for selling an item or a work from home ad and it’s more than it’s supposed to be, and they ask you to deposit it and send them the difference DONT DO IT!!’ Usually Work from home ads are scams and when selling items online, it’s very easy to be scammed. Ask the bank to verify the check before depositing.

Collected a award on behalf of the Police Department. Thank you to the Colonia Elks #2282

*** Please share*** Please try to get to this event especially if you or someone you or someone you know is suffering from addiction.

***PLEASE SHARE Junior Police Academy GRADUATES*** We need marchers for the St. Patrick's Day Parade. March 11th. If you are interested please email us at community.affairs@twp.woodbridge.nj.us

CHS Police Interaction Program Graduates!!!

Another great class 4th Block Police Interaction Class. Thanks for giving us your time and attention. Can you find us in the picture 🤔

Woodbridge High School 2nd Block Police Interaction Class. We had a blast with you this semester

Saying goodbye to Retired Lt. Richie Bodnar. 🖤💙🖤

We are accepting applications for our 2018 Senior Police Academy ** Application link in the comments**

Welcome to our new officers!!!!!

**PLEASE SHARE** On or about Monday, January 22nd Green Street (from St. Georges Avenue/Rte. 35 to Francis Avenue) will be closed to thru traffic for an estimated 2 months between 7:00 am to 4:00 pm. for the reconstruction of the main sewer tunnel. Detour signs will be posted to guide motorists, the contractor will post variable message sign next week advising the public to take alternate route. There will be some traffic disruptions and inconvenience to local residents and commuters traveling this area during the reconstruction of Green Street Sewer Project. We will try to minimize the impact the local community as much as possible during construction.

Maybe Highland Park PD can let us borrow this 😂. No school tomorrow. Stay safe and stay off the roads if they are bad.