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Chester Township

Police Department

1 Parker Road, Chester, NJ 07930

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908-879-5514

Fax 908-879-8083

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Chester Township Municipal Court
Certified Court Administrator: Susan Travis
Deputy Court Administrator: Ingrid O'Connor
Address: 1 Parker Road Chester, NJ 07930
Phone: (908) 879-5100 ext. 816; Fax: 908-879-1837
Hours: 9:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Monday through Friday, except Holidays
Court Sessions: 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month, 6:00 P.M. unless otherwise noticed.

 

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The Chester Township Police Department web site has been designed to provide our community with electronic access to our organization. The site includes information about our agency and some useful links. I hope that you find our site a valuable and informative resource. Thank you for visiting us-Stay Safe! 

Chief Wayne A. Martini

wmartini@ctpdnj.org

Press Releases,Updates:

 

 

 Olivia DeMattio, age 21, has lived in Chester a Township her entire life. She's a small town girl with big dreams and she's been conquering them one by one the past few years. NYC fashion model, musician with a single already out on iTunes, and pageant queen are just a few on the list. She's made it her goal to help others with her platform of bullying awareness and raising self confidence in teens. She will be speaking to students at the Black River Middle School on April 14th along with the officers in the community service unit of the Chester Township Police Department.

  

Cyber Bullying for Parents

At Black River Middle School
Wednesday, April 23
7:00 p.m.
Cyber Bullying for Parents is a program presented by Keith Dunn, a retired undercover agent for the National Internet Crimes against Children Task Force.  The presentation explores cyber bullying and the many issues facing parents today.  In addition, there will be a live online demonstration that illustrates how quickly a child can become involved in an unsafe situation.

Keith Dunn founded the KDCOP Foundation in 2013 with the goal of bringing cyber safety assemblies to every school in the U.S. for little or no cost.  Keith has already spoken to over one million students and 500,000 parents around the country, and he has recently joined with many state D.A.R.E. organizations and other corporate partners to spread the message of online security for kids.  To learn more, visit
www.kdcopfoundation.org
Please plan to attend this important event!


 



NEWS RELEASE

Road Construction Alert
On Tuesday April 1st, there will be construction on Route 24 (Rt. 513) between State Park Road and Furnace Road between 9am and 4pm.  Route 24 Eastbound traffic will be diverted onto Furnace Road to Route 206 South and back to Route 513 in the center of Chester Borough.  Westbound traffic will not be diverted.  Expect delays and plan alternate routes.


Operation Take-Back 

On Saturday, April 26, 2014, from 10am-2pm, the Chester Township Police Department will be partaking in the Drug Enforcement Administration- National Take-Back Initiative. During last October’s Operation Take-Back Day citizens turned in 647,211 pounds (324 tons) of expired and unwanted medications for safe and proper disposal at the 5,683 take-back sites that were available in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and U.S. territories. This is the second-largest collection of medications in seven Take-Back Days. When the results of the seven events to date are combined, the DEA and its state, local, and tribal law-enforcement and community partners have removed over 3.4 million pounds (1,733 tons) of medication from circulation.

The National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposal, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of these medications.

The medications can be dropped off at the Chester Township Police Department located at 1 Parker Road (behind the Municipal Building), on April 26th between 10am-2pm. Any questions can be directed to Lt. Thomas Williver at (908) 879-5514 ext. 835 or at twilliver@ctpdnj.org.

PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT NO SHARPS CAN BE TAKEN.