Hamburg Police response to calls for service during the Coronavirus Outbreak
We are asking all Hamburg residents to follow these precautions during the COVID-19 outbreak for emergency calls and personnel: If you are quarantined (mandatory or self-imposed) in your home due to possible or confirmed COVID-19 exposure, PLEASE notify 911 when you call and advise the dispatcher. We also ask that you place a sign/note on your front door to alert our personnel to take infection-prevention precautions before entering your home or business. Officers will be asking questions before they enter your home. Please respect this procedure and recognize that it also protects you and your family. Please keep Social Distance from our Officers when you interact from them. We need to protect our personnel so that they will be able to continue to meet the emergency needs of the community. There have been police departments and/or fire departments quarantined after they have responded to quarantined homes and were not alerted before entering. Those first responders are now unavailable to help anyone for at least 14 days. Stay safe, stay healthy and help each other. Together we will get through this. Thank you for your cooperation, understanding, and support.
The Hamburg Borough Police Department was established in 1920 and serves approximately 3,500 residents within the Borough of Hamburg in Sussex County, NJ.
We are committed to protect life and to maintain peace and order while fairly and impartially enforcing laws and ordinances and respecting the Constitutional rights of the public; serving the public with respect, fairness and sensitivity.
Contact Jane Fahrenfeld, Administrative Assistant at 973-827-6211 or firstname.lastname@example.org for the following information:
- Firearms Applications & procedures - Instructions
- Alarm Registration Forms - Form
- Temporary Handicapped Placards - Application
- Vacant Premise Report - Report
SAFE MEDICATION DISPOSAL BIN
Located in the Police Department Lobby is a Safe Medication Disposal bin where residents can safely deposit unwanted and/or outdated over the counter and prescription medications. Keep medications in original container & redact all personal information. These medications may be dropped off 7 days a week / 24 hours a day.