Allenhurst Police Department

  • Agency: Allenhurst Police Department
  • Address: 125 Corlies Ave # 1, Allenhurst , 07711 NJ
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Allenhurst Police Department is located at 125 Corlies Ave # 1, Allenhurst , 07711 NJ. The Allenhurst Police Department phone number is 732-531-2255.

Allenhurst Police Department News

Thoughts & prayers going out to the Pa State Trooper, shot multiple times, during a traffic stop today...as they always say, no such thing as a "routine traffic stop"!! God speed Troop!

Over the past 3 days, officers have arrested 2 different individuals, who were initially stopped for motor vehicle violations, but subsequently arrested for being in possession of drug paraphernalia (crack pipes in both incidents) The first occurred on 11/4, where a 39-year old Long Branch woman was arrested. The second occurred yesterday, where a 53-year old Deal woman was arrested.

Another day, another place where people said "it cannot happen here", and another senseless & horrific mass shooting! It is very said that the "value of life" has become so minimized by too many these days. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all the victims, and their families, of the Sutherland Springs Baptist church shooting, in Texas. Incredibly pathetic how places of worship are not immune from this insanity. Stay safe everyone and PLEASE, now, more than ever, "if you see something, say something!

On behalf of all of us, our thoughts & prayers go out to Sgt Allison Wray's family, during this most difficult time. Rest in peace Sgt Wray, we will all carry on, knowing we have another "blue angel" watching over us.... https://patch.com/new-jersey/manchester-nj/s/g9vb8/berkeley-township-police-officer-dies-suddenly?utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=social&utm_term=police+%26+fire&utm_campaign=autopost&utm_content=manchester-nj

Reminder to all.... Our "Halloween curfew" goes into effect tonight at 8p. No minors are allowed on the streets after 8pm tonight & tomorrow night. Residents are strongly encouraged to call Police HQ immediately, if they see, or hear, anything suspicious during the next 2 days. Generally, our town has had very few problems, over the years, around the Halloween holiday, and we expect no different this year, but as it is always said, "if you see (or hear) something, say something".

The Allenhurst Police Department will, once again, be participating in the annual "Operation Take Back", this Saturday 10/28, from 10a-2p. Medications can be turned in at Police Hq and all collected medications will be turned over to the DEA, who will ensure of their proper disposal. If possible, any personal information, on pill bottles, or drug packaging, should be removed. Any questions can be directed to Police Hq at 732-531-2255. Thank you to all, whom have made this such a successful annual event

Yesterday members of Local PBA 57 which consists of police officers from the Township of Ocean and the Borough of Allenhurst teamed up with the Ronald McDonald House of Central & Northern New Jersey. They provided a home cooked dinner for the families that are currently staying in the house. For more information on how to get involved with this organization and or donate please visit their website for details! www.rmh-cnj.org

The Allenhurst Police Dept is currently accepting applications for part-time communication officers. Applications can be downloaded from the Allenhurst Borough website. Pay will be commensurate with level of experience. All applicants will have to pass a thorough background check and training will be provided to those who need it. Any questions can be directed to Sgt Rogers or Chief Schneider.

If anyone knows who the owner of this dog is, please advise them to call our Hq 732-531-2255. He was found in the area of Elberon Avenue with just a red collar on & no tags. He is being cared for at Hq at this time. **THE DOG HAS BEEN REUNITED WITH HIS FAMILY **

This is another very sad day in our civilized, free, democratic society, as we wake up to get another horrific, senseless and inexplicable mass shooting in our country! Our thoughts & prayers go out to all the victims & their families during this very difficult time. Our prayers continue for this trend of barbaric violence to end!

On behalf of all of us at the Police Dept, we hope our friends, and residents, celebrating the Rosh Hashanah & Yom Kippur holidays, have a very happy, healthy, and safe holiday season!

The Allenhurst Police Department would like to congratulate David Lipari on his promotion to sergeant. Congratulations Sgt. Lipari!

With school about to start, let's be extra vigilant for the little ones, especially around stopped school buses! We know it sounds like "common sense", but we also know how "uncommon" that seems to be these days..

Our thoughts & prayers go out to all those, in Texas & Louisiana, suffering in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey! It was a reassuring example of human kindness to see all those volunteers, who did, and continue to do, their part in the rescue effort!

While everyone was in an uproar about statues, 6 police officers were shot overnight. 2 Pa State Troopers were shot near Pittsburgh, 2 Jacksonville Fla. police officers were Shot. And 2 Kissimmee Fla. Police officers were shot and killed in an ambush style attack. Our thoughts and prayers go out to our brothers & sisters in Pennsylvania & Florida

Especially these days....

The members of the Allenhurst Police Department send our prayers to the families of Trooper Pilot Berke Bates and Lieutenant Jay Cullen, of the Virginia State Police, who were killed in a helicopter crash while monitoring the protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, this afternoon. Lieutenant Pilot Jay Cullen and Trooper Pilot Berke Bates were killed when their Bell 407 helicopter crashed into a wooded area in a residential neighborhood on Old Farm Road in Albemarle County, Virginia. They were in the area to monitor civil unrest that was occurring in Charlottesville, Virginia, during a large protest. The helicopter had just taken off to monitor the Virginia governor's motorcade after he arrived in the area to assess the situation. The helicopter experienced some sort of issue before crashing into the trees and becoming engulfed in flames. Trooper Bates and Lieutenant Cullen were killed in the crash. Lieutenant Cullen had served with the Virginia State Police for 23 years and was assigned as the commander of the Aviation Unit. He is survived by his wife and two sons.

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Allenhurst Ptl. Carafa and K9 Bia, Toms River PD Sgt. Reilly with K9 Brutus

Allenhurst Ptl. Carafa and K9 Bia, Toms River PD Sgt. Reilly with K9 Brutus