Cinnaminson Police Chief Message

As your Chief of Police, I recognize the important role of community involvement in fulfilling our obligation to protect life and liberty. Our department firmly believes in community involvement, communication and public awareness as tools to foster crime prevention. We encourage every citizen to get involved and interact with the Police Department. The many citizen contributions can range from reporting suspicious activity or a crime in progress, burglar-proofing your home or business and teaching family members how to stay safe when out in public places or while surfing the internet.

Policing in the 21st century has dramatically changed and the movement towards utilization of technology and improved police practices has made great strides throughout the country. Our department is dedicated to reaching the highest standards of professionalism through policies, procedures, training and technology. The department’s latest technological advancements have helped to support police operations and provided for greater efficiency.

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The Cinnaminson Township Police Department will once again participate in the United States Drug Enforcement Agency’s (DEA) National Takeback Day, which is scheduled for April 24, 2021 and will take place at the Police Station located at 900 Manor Road.

Anyone who has old prescriptions or over-the-counter medications are encouraged to drop the items into the collection box located in the lobby of the Police Station. Medications may be disposed either in the original container or directly into the collection box. If the original container is submitted, it is strongly encouraged that prescription labels are removed to protect personal identifying information. Liquid products, such as cough medicine, should be disposed of in the original container with the cap tightly sealed.
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The Cinnaminson Township Police Department will once again participate in the United States Drug Enforcement Agency’s (DEA) National Takeback Day, which is scheduled for April 24, 2021 and will take place at the Police Station located at 900 Manor Road.  

Anyone who has old prescriptions or over-the-counter medications are encouraged to drop the items into the collection box located in the lobby of the Police Station.  Medications may be disposed either in the original container or directly into the collection box.  If the original container is submitted, it is strongly encouraged that prescription labels are removed to protect personal identifying information.  Liquid products, such as cough medicine, should be disposed of in the original container with the cap tightly sealed.

Interested in becoming a Special Law Enforcement Class I Officer with the Cinnaminson Township Police Department?

The position of Special Law Enforcement Officer – Class I is available in the Police Department. This is a non-union position. Primary responsibilities of the position include park patrols, court security, traffic control and special events. However, the SLEO Class I may be assigned to other police duties as needed. Hours for this position will vary and will be limited to no more than 20 hours per week. Candidates must be at least 18 years of age, a resident of the State of New Jersey and possess a valid New Jersey driver’s license. Candidates will be required to undergo a background investigation, oral interview and psychological examination.

Anyone interested in this position should complete a Cinnaminson Township employment application and send to Chief Richard Calabrese, 900 Manor Road Cinnaminson, NJ 08077 or [email protected] Applications are available at the Cinnaminson Township Police Department or on our website: www.cinnaminsonpolice.org/careers/. The Township is an equal employment opportunity employer.
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Interested in becoming a Special Law Enforcement Class I Officer with the Cinnaminson Township Police Department?

The position of Special Law Enforcement Officer – Class I is available in the Police Department.  This is a non-union position.  Primary responsibilities of the position include park patrols, court security, traffic control and special events.  However, the SLEO Class I may be assigned to other police duties as needed.  Hours for this position will vary and will be limited to no more than 20 hours per week.  Candidates must be at least 18 years of age, a resident of the State of New Jersey and possess a valid New Jersey driver’s license.  Candidates will be required to undergo a background investigation, oral interview and psychological examination.  

Anyone interested in this position should complete a Cinnaminson Township employment application and send to Chief Richard Calabrese, 900 Manor Road Cinnaminson, NJ 08077 or RCalabrese@CinnaminsonPolice.org.  Applications are available at the Cinnaminson Township Police Department or on our website: https://www.cinnaminsonpolice.org/careers/. The Township is an equal employment opportunity employer.
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