The Harrison Township Police Department provides 24-hour/day protection for residents of Harrison Township. The Harrison Township Police Department participates in numerous community activities and assists many organizations that sponsor local events. Harrison Township police officers are committed to building a positive relationship with the community.
199 Colson Lane
Mullica Hill, NJ 08062
Non-Emergency Dispatch: (856) 589-0911
Police Records/Administration: (856) 478-6839
Fax: (856) 478-6268
Office hours: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm Monday thru Friday Operational 24 hrs
The Harrison Township Police Department is committed to accepting complaints about our officers 24 hours a day, seven days a week. To make a complaint about an officer please contact 856-589-0911 and ask to speak with an officer. In addition, The Harrison Township Police Department utilizes an Early Warning System to identify potential issues with our officers. A copy of that policy can be found here: HTPD Early Warning System
Police Department Contacts
- Chief Thomas F. Mills, email email@example.com
- Captain Brian Bartholomew (Executive Officer), email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Lieutenant Ronald Cundey (Administrative Commander), email email@example.com
- Pay tickets online: http://www.njmcdirect.com
- NJSP Firearm Forms: http://www.njsp.org/info/forms.html#firearms
- Megan’s Law Information: http://www.njsp.org/info/reg_sexoffend.cfm
- Gloucester County Prosecutors Office: http://www.gloucestercountynj.gov/depts/p/prosoffice
LEAD (Law Enforcement Against Drugs)
The Harrison Township Police Department currently provides training to assist students in recognizing and resisting the many pressures that influence them to experiment with alcohol and drugs. These services are provided at Harrison Township Elementary School, Pleasant Valley School, Clearview Middle School and the Friends School Mullica Hill.
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Senior Citizens Luncheon
For the last 20 years, the Harrison Township Police Department has sponsored the Senior Citizens Luncheon, which is held during the Thanksgiving season. Officers serve a full-course sit-down meal for our senior citizens. The meal is donated by the Harrison House Diner. The live music and holiday cheer make this one of the most anticipated township events of the year.
Upon request, officers provide house checks for our residents while they are away on vacation. Information can be obtained by contacting our office during business hours.
The Harrison Township Police Department currently assigns a patrol officer to Clearview Regional High School, Clearview Regional Middle School, Harrison Township Elementary School and Pleasant Valley School. The School Resource Officers participate in many school functions and interact with the students on a daily basis.
The Harrison Township Police Department participates in and provides security for many township-sponsored events: the Easter Egg Hunt, Harrison Township Day, Dine & Wine on Main, Tree Lighting, and the Halloween Parade.
Harrison Township Police Department Policeman’s Benevolent Association Local #178
The Harrison Township Police PBA Local #178 is the labor union for members of the Harrison Township Police Department. PBA Local #178 sponsors two $500 scholarships for graduating seniors who plan to pursue a career in law enforcement. In additions, the union also sponsors two $50 scholarships for graduating 6th-grade students of Pleasant Valley School. PBA Local #178 sponsors local sports teams and provides additional sponsorship for many township events. It provides assistance for families in need during the holiday sea-son and families that have been displaced by fires or other tragedies.
Hazard Mitigation Plan
Currently, we are participating with the County Office of Emergency Management to update the municipality’s Hazard Mitigation Plan. The original plan was adopted several years ago and needs to be updated to maintain eligibility for certain federal grants as well as make sure we are working together to reduce the risk from natural disasters and hazards to the extent possible. If you are interested in learning more about this project, please visit the project website at http://nj4hmp.com. The website includes current information and also will allow you to submit any comments or questions.