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Citizens who feel that an officer has performed his duties in an exceptional manner, demonstrating respect, professionalism, and competence, may express their appreciation in a number of ways:
You may contact the Chief of Police via a contact form or at the following address:
Chief Daniel HennNew Providence Police Department360 Elkwood AvenueNew Providence, NJ 07974
Complaints against an officer may be made by phone, letter, or in person. Complaints may be directed to any supervisor in the police department by visiting the police desk or by phone to 908-665-1111.
All complaints concerning officer conduct are assigned for investigation through the Internal Affairs Unit. All complaints are reviewed to determine the nature of the allegation and subsequently investigated. The complainant will be contacted during the investigation for additional information and to be kept abreast of the investigation. At the conclusion of the investigation, the complainant will be notified of the outcome of the investigation.
Borough Ordinance 225-5 requires that ice and snow be removed from all sidewalks within 24 hours of the completion of the snow producing event.
Quarterly or annual permits are available to New Providence residence in the Borough Clerks Office. Daily parking (metered spots) for non-permit holders is available on a limited basis in the Murray Hill Rail Road Lot. THERE IS NO METER PARKING AT THE NEW PROVIDENCE RR PARKING LOT. Permits are required and enforcement is on a daily basis.
Background investigations are required. The length of time depends on a number of factors, including fingerprint background checks, whether you are a previous applicant, how quickly your references return the reference letters, and how quickly the mental health forms are returned from the county. All forms are available at the police desk 24/7.
Parking is prohibited on all streets and borough owned property between the hours of 2-5 am. In unusual circumstances, such as overnight guests or driveway repairs, you may call the police desk and request permission to park overnight or use this online form.
Yes, parks can be reserved through the Community Activities Department or by using this online Application for Facility Usage form . Permits for beer consumption at Oakwood Park may be issued by the Chief of Police upon application.
The New Providence Police Department has a crime prevention unit. Officers can assist with home security surveys and other crime prevention matters. Please call the police desk to be connected with someone who can assist.
Permits are available when traffic conditions permit. Contact the police desk for an application or visit the “forms & Documents” section of the site to download the street closure form. Requests must be submitted at least 10 days prior to the event.
Fingerprints are available to borough residents by appointment. Please call 908-665-1111 and request to speak to a Detective about being fingerprinted. When you are transferred to the automated system, select Option 2 for the Detective Bureau and then Select Option 0 for General Inquiries.
Tours are given to groups such as scouts, after care programs or day care centers. Please call the police desk, (908) 665-1111 to make arrangements.
Yes. Persons soliciting without a permit are subject to arrest. Please submit a Solicitors Permit.
No. However, if you post signs around the borough, they must be taken down immediately at the close of your garage sale. Additionally, you may not block off any municipal street or roadway to conduct your garage sale.
Noise restrictions apply during the following times: Non-commercial or non-industrial power tools and landscaping and yard maintenance equipment shall not be operated between the hours of 8:00 pm and 8:00 am on weekdays, 6:00 pm and 9:00 am on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, unless such activities can meet the applicable limits set forth in the Borough noise ordinance. All motorized equipment used in these activities shall be operated with a muffler. At all other times, the limits set forth in the Borough Noise Ordinance do not apply to non-commercial or non-industrial power tools and landscaping and yard maintenance equipment. Commercial or industrial power tools and landscaping and yard maintenance equipment, excluding emergency work, shall not be operated on a residential property or within 250 feet of a residential property line when operated on commercial or industrial property, between the hours of 6:00 pm and 8:00 am on weekdays, or between the hours of 6:00 pm and 9:00 am on Saturdays, and is prohibited on Sundays and Federal holidays, unless such activities can meet the limits set forth in the Borough’s Noise Ordinance.