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10/19/1982 - 12/8/2020
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 Gianna McCall, 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in the Police Department Lobby is a Safe Medication Disposal bin where residents can safely deposit unwanted and/or outdated over the counter and prescription medications.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.
2020 INTERNAL AFFAIRS SUMMARY
BODY WORN CAMERA
The Hamburg Borough Police Department currently uses body worn cameras. Body cameras will be worn to enhance community trust and record public interactions in an official capacity. The cameras will be worn on the police officers’ outermost garment, on the upper body. The body worn cameras will be used in accordance with the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office directive and Hamburg Borough Police Department policy.