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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...

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 pleased to offer "SUPPORT" lawn signs for residents to place in their front yard. These signs are on a limited first come-first serve basis. We Support The Readington Police Officers lawn sign is a nice way to show the neighborhood and the offi...

 

 

 **ATTENTION**

 **As of May 2nd at 6:00 AM, municipal parks will be open.  The restrictions, policies, and recommendations provided in paragraphs two and three of Executive Order #33 shall remain in effect**

In an effort to do our part in minimizing the spread of COVID-19, we have modified and adapted our response to certain calls for the protection of the public and our officers. We are requesting that all general police inquiries be made via phone and not in person. Should you need to file a report or receive a copy of a report, please call 908-534-4031 and an officer will return your call.

 

Should you have an actual emergency, please dial 9-1-1.

 

Additionally,

  • Fingerprinting and car seat inspections will be suspended until further notice.
  • All municipal court sessions are cancelled until April 26th. You will receive a new court date in the mail with your new court date.
  • If you come to the police HQ for a non-emergent reason, you may be turned away and asked to contact us by phone.

Our number one priority is to continue to provide the level of service our residents deserve. If you have questions for concerns, please do not hesitate to call us at (908)534-4031 or email us at info@readingtonpolice.org

 

 

News

    Readington House Destroyed by Fire

    A residence on Readington Road was destroyed by fire on Monday, 6/1/2020 at approximately 12:20 AM. A resident of the home alerted 911 of the house fire. The Readington Police Department, Readington Vol Fire Company and the Whitehouse Rescue Squad were initially dispatched to the blaze. T...

    DWI Arrest

    On Wednesday May 13, 2020 at approximately 2258 hours, officers were dispatched to the Farm at Readington for a suspicious male in the parking lot. Upon arriving Ptl. Darocha located a male in a vehicle slumped over his steering wheel. Upon Ptl Darocha's contact with that male he detecte...

    Soliciting with out permit

    On Wednesday, April 22, 2020 at approximately 1209 hours, the Readington Township Police Department patrol division located an individual soliciting driveway paving and sealcoating jobs in the area of Casperberger Rd. The individual was identified as Thomas Delaney of Branchburg, NJ. Duri...

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