Pine Beach Police Department

  • Agency: Pine Beach Police Department
  • Address: 599 Pennsylvania Ave, Pine Beach , 08741 NJ
  • Chief:
Phone: 732-341-2616

Pine Beach Police Department is located at 599 Pennsylvania Ave, Pine Beach , 08741 NJ. The Pine Beach Police Department phone number is 732-341-2616.

Pine Beach Police Department News

Excellent job as always Officer Steve! This is what community policing is all about! Maintaining positive community relations begins with the youngest members of the community, and Officer Steve exemplifies the very meaning of community policing. We thank the Pine Beach Elementary School for working with us to maintain a positive relationship with the children of our community. #communitypolicing #readaccrossamerica #drseuss

Excellent job by all of our Officers involved as well as Detectives from the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office !

We would like to thank all of the surrounding agencies for their assistance in the response and investigation of this incident as well as Santander bank, our local businesses and the public for their cooperation during this investigation.

We are seeking public assistance in identifying a robbery suspect and suspect vehicle. Here are some larger pictures of the suspect as well as the suspect vehicle which is believed to be a late 1990s Nissan Maxima beige or gold in color. The vehicle was seen on security cameras pulling into the 7 Eleven parking lot where it remained until a female matching the same description as the suspect female was observed walking from the direction of Santander Bank and into the parking lot of 7 Eleven. The female was observed on security cameras entering the vehicle shown here. The vehicle backed out of the parking space and proceeded to turn right onto Atlantic City Blvd heading north. We ask that you share this post in hopes of finding someone who may have a possible identification for the individuals involved. This is still an ongoing investigation, and if anyone has any information about this robbery, please contact Detective Anthony Pruchnik.

We ask that anyone who has any information regarding this incident contact us. Your assistance is greatly appreciated.

We had a blast at our first Coffee With A Cop! We all enjoyed talking and hanging out with a bunch of our residents and their children (but most of all, eating DONUTS!). It was great to answer questions and hear concerns from the people who see and hear it all! You are all our eyes and ears in the streets! We hope to encourage more of our wonderful townspeople to come out at our next Coffee With A Cop. Thank you to all who came out on this chilly morning to hang with us! Special thank you to Thea and the Municipal Alliance as well as Officer Steven Araneo for organizing this event! We also want to thank our local Dunkin Donuts for donating the coffee and donuts to the Municipal Alliance!

Distracted Driving Enforcement and Education Campaign UDrive. UText. UPay. to be carried out locally from April 1 – April 21, 2017 (Pine Beach, NJ) -- Law enforcement officers from the Pine Beach Police Department will be cracking down on distracted drivers during April as part of New Jersey’s UDrive. UText. UPay. enforcement campaign. 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. “Distracted driving is a serious issue on our roadways,” said Gary Poedubicky, Acting Director of the New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety. "The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that in 2014 alone, 3,179 people were killed in distracted driving crashes and an estimated 431,000 people were injured in motor vehicle crashes involving a distracted driver.” Despite the fact that using a hand held cell phone or texting while driving is illegal in New Jersey, the practice appears to be widespread. In a recent survey conducted by the FDU PublicMind Poll for the Division of Highway Traffic Safety, 67% of respondents said they “very often” see people driving and talking on a hand held cell phone. 42% of respondents said they “very often” see driver’s texting. The campaign is being carried out during the month of April, which the National Safety Council has designated as Distracted Driving Awareness Month. The New Jersey campaign is modeled after similar successful high visibility enforcement programs such as Click It or Ticket and Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over.

Tonight the wind and snow conditions are making for decreased visibility while driving around town. The dropping temperatures also increase the possibility of ice on the roadways. For those of you on the road and those of you who plan to be on the road tonight, we urge you to drive with caution while the snow is still falling. As always, our officers will be out on the roadways ready to assist those in need! Thank you all!

One of our officers, Ptl. Steven Araneo, went to the Pine Beach Elementary School today to read "Please Try To Remember The First of Octember!" by Dr. Seuss to some lucky children for Read Across America Day! We are proud of Ptl. Steven Araneo for his excellent service to this borough, specifically within our elementary school! Thank you Ptl. Araneo for being a great role model to our youth!

The Pine Beach Police Department is no longer accepting resumes for Class II Police Officers. Thank you to all who showed an interest in working for our police department.

We want to remind everyone to drive with extra caution when there is snow on the ground. Clear snow from your vehicles before leaving your homes, work, or where ever you are staying. This only helps to improve your visibility as well as keep others driving around you safe from chunks of snow hitting their vehicles and temporarily blinding their field of vision. We also remind you to remove any vehicles from the roadway when there is snow on the streets to make it easier for our plow trucks to clear the roads. This in turn helps everyone in our community by making it easier for this police department as well as other emergency services reach those in their time of need. Any vehicles left in the roadways while there is snow on the ground will be ticketed and towed. We thank you for your cooperation, and if anyone has any questions, please do not hesitate to call our police department.

The Pine Beach Police Department is currently accepting resumes for the position of SLEO Class II. Please submit resumes to the Pine Beach Police Department in person during business hours between the hours of 10 am and 4pm. Date of hire to be determined

Do us all a favor. Protect those who protect you. #moveover

It's nice to see the kids out enjoying the snow instead of inside playing video games! They did love our HMMWV too! Stay safe everyone!

We appreciate our fire department, Pine Beach Volunteer Fire Company No.1! Our car looks great next to your memorial on this snowy day! If any of you should get hit out, be safe! TYFYS.

***REMINDER*** There is snow on the ground today. Please remove vehicles from the roadway!

Please be aware of the possible winter weather conditions tonight and into tomorrow when you are driving! Keep your phones away from you while driving and arrive to your destination safe! We will be out and on the roads providing safety and assistance to any and all in our town. In an effort to prepare for any storms we remind you to remove all vehicles off of the roadway in order to allow the plow trucks to clear the roadway making it easier for emergency services to reach you should you need our service. See the below borough ordinances: Article IV Emergency No Parking 166-25. Designation of Snow Emergency No-Parking Areas A. Whenever snow has fallen and the accumulation is such that it covers the street or highway, no vehicle shall be parked on either side of any of the streets or parts thereof described in Schedule XXI (166-49), attached to and made part of this chapter. B. The above parking prohibitions shall remain in effect after the snow has ceased until the streets have been plowed sufficiently and to the extent that parking will not interfere with the normal flow of traffic. 166-27. Removal of Vehicles -Any unoccupied vehicle parked or standing in violation of this Article shall be deemed a nuisance and a menace to the safe and proper regulation of traffic, and any peace officer may provide for the removal of such vehicle. The owner shall pay the reasonable costs of the removal and storage which may result from such removal before regaining possession of the vehicle.

We would also like to extend our gratitude to the Pine Beach Volunteer Fire Company No.1 for their assistance to the Pine Beach Police Department during the year 2016. We are all grateful that you all choose to risk your lives fighting fires and responding to natural gas calls for the Borough of Pine Beach. Thank you all, and we here at the Pine Beach Police Department look forward to working along side you this year! Oh yeah...and we look forward to beating you again at our annual softball game!!

Thank you for all of your assistance throughout the past year!

Happy New Year to all from everyone at the Pine Beach Police Department! We wish you all a safe and prosperous new year. The Officers here look forward to working with all of you this year! Thank you again for all of your support!

The Pine Beach Police Department would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! The officers would like to thank the many wonderful families who have baked us cookies and sent us Christmas and Holiday cards as well as other treats! All of the Officers here at the Pine Beach Police Department deeply appreciate all of you and your outstanding support for us! Please stay safe this holiday season!

We have added a new feature on our Facebook page! If you are unsure of our phone number and need to reach us for a non emergency reason please notice that our page now has a "Call Now" button! This button will direct you to our non emergency phone line. If you call after 5:00 pm on a weekday or any time during a non business day the line will direct you to the Ocean County Sheriff's Department Dispatch. Stay on the line and inform the dispatcher of your need, and they will send a Pine Beach Police Officer to you or have one contact you back. As always, if you are in need of emergency assistance no matter the time of day please dial 911! Thank you all!