Readington Township Police Department will be participating in the "Pink Patch Project". Officers from the police department will wear a pink patch during the month of October. #pinkpatchproject ...

The 2019/2020 School Year starts on Thursday September 5th, residents should plan for delays due to school bus traffic. It is important to remember that our children will be riding theses buses and to use extreme caution when approaching school buses and bus stops. The Readington Township...

Starting Thursday, August 29th at 7 AM, Main Street will be closed between Dreahook Rd (often referred to as the East Dreahook Rd, Readington Rd or County Rt. 620 intersection) and US Hwy 22 for paving. The closure will be from 7AM until approximately 3:30 PM each day. This will continue ...

On behalf of the Readington Township Police Department, I would like to welcome you to our website. I am honored to serve the Readington Township community and lead the officers of this department with our commitment to our mission statement, to protect and serve the public. Our numbe...


 The Readington Township Police Department is currently accepting resumes for the position of Class II officers.

Mission Statement


We, the officers of the Readington Township Police Department, are committed to protect and serve the public, prevent crime and apprehend offenders, and provide professional police service to all of our citizens as well as those who visit or travel through our community.

To achieve our mission we must earn and retain the confidence and respect of the public we serve. We hold ourselves accountable for these actions and therefore, we will strive to recruit and retain the highest quality officers as we realize they are our most valuable assets in achieving our mission.

Core Values

Our mission can be accomplished only by constant and earnest endeavor by all officers to adhere to our core values and perform our duties in a professional, courteous, and unbiased manner, thereby cultivating in the public mind the fullest realization that the Police Department is a most vital requisite to public well being. The core values of the Readington Township Police Department are as follows:

PROFESSIONALISM: the skill, competence, or character expected of a member of a highly trained profession

DUTY: the precursor of discipline and obedience, it reveals itself through the accomplishment of all required tasks, done on time and to the best of one’s ability

HONOR: a quality that combines respect, pride and honesty

INTEGRITY: the quality of being honest and morally upright

VALOR: strength of mind or spirit that enables a person to encounter danger with firmness; personal bravery



    Warrant Arrest

    On Saturday, November 16, 2019, at approximately 1500 hours, Nicholas Veglatte (age 35) was arrested at his residence in Whitehouse Station for an outstanding warrant. Veglatte failed to appear in court on a previous Obstruction of Justice charge and a $2,500 warrant was issued. Veglatt...

    Overturned SUV leads to DWI arrest

    On November 8th at 0136 hours, officers from the Readington Police Department were dispatched to Pulaski Road for an overturned vehicle with the driver still entrapped. Patrolman Phares arrived on scene and assisted the uninjured driver out of the vehicle. The driver was identified as J...

    Pursuit of stolen vehicles leads to arrest

    At approximately 12:20 AM officers on routine patrol discovered three vehicles driving slowly on Dreahook Road. When the officer attempted to conduct a motor vehicle stop, the three vehicles accelerated and attempted to flee. Sgt Rindock initiated a pursuit, having reason to believe he ...

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