Avon By The Sea Police Department

  • Agency: Avon By The Sea Police Department
  • Address: 301 Main St, Avon By The Sea, 07717 NJ
  • Chief: Terence P Mahon (Chief of Police)
Phone: 732-502-4510

Avon By The Sea Police Department is located at 301 Main St, Avon By The Sea, 07717 NJ. The Chief of Police of the department is Terence P Mahon. The Avon By The Sea Police Department phone number is 732-502-4510.

Avon By The Sea Police Department News


Former Marine and recently retired MCPO Sgt. Barry Graves. A law enforcement legend gone too soon. Our thoughts and prayers are with your loved ones. Rest easy brother.

Numerous unlocked vehicles were entered overnight. Please remember to lock your doors. If you notice anything out of place in your vehicles please notify the Police Department.

**Update: Owner Located** Located 100 block of Washington Avenue. Any information contact the Police Department 732-502-4500 Thank You

***power has been restored*** Power outages in the 400 and 500 block of Washington Ave, 100 block of Fourth Ave, 200 block of Marine Pl, and 200 block of Main St. JCP&L is working to remedy the situation, however don't assume they are aware of an outage. If you are without power notify JCP&L.

Bradley Beach Fireworks in progress

***Update from water rescue incident on Garfield Avenue Beach*** Perle Desir has been released from the Hospital for in-patient physical therapy. She is continuing to recover extremely well.



***Update from water rescue incident on Garfield Avenue Beach*** Happy to report the remaining victim, Perle Desir is awake and spoke to one of our Officers today as she sat in her chair. She remains in the critical unit however this progress is remarkable. She was in good spirits and was very thankful to all responders and good samaritans that came to her aid. More updates to follow...

Avon Police Department , A.N.S.W.E.R Team, First Aid, and Surrounding Agencies responded to a report of swimmers in distress on Garfield Avenue beach. Upon arrival, swimmers were pulled from the water and transported to the Hospital. Our thoughts are with all involved. No further information at this time will update as information is received. *update: 2 Women remain hospitalized , 1 woman has been released from the hospital. Thank you to all responders and good samaritans on scene. The 2 women still hospitalized remain in our thoughts and prayers. ********************************Update: Another victim involved has been released from the Hospital. 1 woman, Perle Desir remains in critical condition.

Congratulations to the Monmouth County Police Academy's Graduating SLEO 2 class #44 and the newest members of the Avon by the Sea Police Department .

Between the hours of 10am and 2pm the Avon Police department is participating in Operation take back. TURN IN YOUR UNWANTED, UNUSED, AND EXPIRED MEDICATIONS FOR SAFE DISPOSAL (Syringes and other sharp instruments will not be accepted) Avon by the Sea Police Headquarters , 301 Main Street.

The 400 Block of Woodland Lane will be closed March 23rd between 7am and 4pm. Water Department doing repairs.

Local K9 has been awarded “Healthcare for K9 Heroes” Grant Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. is a 501c (3) charity located in East Taunton, MA, whose mission is to provide bullet and stab protective vests and other assistance to dogs of law enforcement and related agencies throughout the United States. The non-profit is pleased to announce a pilot program which will donate $10,000 toward a medical reimbursement programs for a number of self-funded K9 units. The “Healthcare for K9 Heroes” grant will be awarded to departments who have the financial burden of raising funds to support their K9 unit, who have no more than three K9s, and who have previously been awarded a vest through Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. Law enforcement dogs ages two through seven will be eligible. The medical reimbursement insurance policy will cover injury sustained in the line of duty, illness, diagnostic testing and therapies. Selected as the first twenty-four recipients are K9 Relic of the Avon Police Department in NJ, K9 Biko of the Midlothian Police Department in IL, K9 Fox of the Hollywood Police Department in AL, K9 Dago of the Oak Hill Police Department in OH, K9 Lewigi of the Gray County Sheriff’s Office in TX, K9 Dexter of the Tieton Police Department in WA, K9 Argo of the Perry County Sheriff’s Department in OH, K9 Rex of Caspian-Gaastra Police Department in MI, K9 Smilla of Village of Rio Grande Police Department in OH, K9 Tyton of Independence Police Department in IA, K9 Jori of Great Barrington, MA Police Department, K9 Artie of the Montague, MA Police Department, K9 Chip of the Greece, NY Police Department and K9 Toby of the Town of Roachdale, IN Police Department, K9 Makker of the East Kingston, NH Police Department, K9 Atos of the Village of Armada, MI Police Department, K9 Loki of the Black Hawk County Sheriffs Department in IA, K9 Ax of the Chickasaw County Sheriffs Department in IA, K9 Blu of the Ford County Sheriff’s Department in KS, K9 Storm of the Monson, MA Police Department, K9 Lola of the Groton, MA Police Department, K9 Duke of the Canon City, CO Police Department, K9 Dany of the South Williamsport, PA Police Department and K9 Cleo of the Winona County Sheriff’s Office in MN. The Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. grant will allow for the provision of a Nationwide pet insurance Major Medical Plan at the cost of approximately $500 per policy, per year. The plan allows the freedom to use any licensed veterinarian in the world including specialists and emergency care providers. The program will be administered by Nationwide. Nationwide, the nation's first and largest provider of pet health insurance, recognizes the contributions of all working dogs, and has a 34-year track record of providing coverage for these courageous canines. As a thank you for the service provided by our four legged heroes, Nationwide offers a discount on medical coverage for police, narcotic, explosives, and search and rescue dogs. Nationwide currently insures active police dogs across the nation and has provided paid for policies for 9/11 search and rescue dogs who so bravely served our country in the wake of a national tragedy. In addition to the launch of the new healthcare reimbursement program, the non-profit has provided over 2200 law enforcement dogs with bullet and stab protective vests in 50 states, at a cost of 1.9 million dollars. For more information, please call 508-824-6978. Tax deductible donations accepted via mail to: Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. P.O. Box 9 East Taunton, MA 02718 or via the website: www.vik9s.org. The Avon Police department K9 unit is comprised of Officer Dave Barry and K9 Relic. Relic is a dual purpose canine certified in Patrol and Narcotics. Since the start of the unit, the team has proven itself successful. The team has had several successful tracks, narcotic finds and criminal apprehensions. They serve as a great line of communication between the residents and the police department. When they are not working they are training. They also like to conduct Police K9 Demos to demonstrate the capabilities of a police working dog. With the help of Vested Interest K9s Inc. Relic has been much safer patrolling the streets.

Big thank you to Katie Beam and Paul Menichelli for making a long drive to give our K9 Officer Relic a Great Holiday. Donation included Food, Toys and Naloxone(Narcan) Kit for K9 use. Also a big thank you to Throw Away Dogs Project for all the help throughout the years. Pictured below is Chief Terrence Mahon, Paul Menichelli, Katie Beam, Carol Skaziak of Throw Away Dogs Project, Relics partner Officer Dave Barry, Officer John Riley and of course on the Table Officer Relic. Thank you and have a great Holiday