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The Community of Gloucester Township
Gloucester Township consists of 23.24 square miles in Camden County, New Jersey. In 1950 there were 7,952 people living in Gloucester Township. It is now the third largest municipality in Camden County with a population of over 77,000. The Gloucester Township Construction Office issued an average of 2000 new construction permits for construction projects in Gloucester Township every year from 1995-2007. The construction of new homes and commercial projects did not stop in 2007 as development continues throughout the community. Two New Jersey State highways and portions of the Atlantic City Expressway travel through the 23.24 square miles of Gloucester Township. These heavily traveled corridors are continuing to attract both residential and commercial development.
Gloucester Township has the largest elementary (K-8) school district in the State of New Jersey. Gloucester Township currently has 14 elementary schools, 11 public and three private. Additionally, there are three high schools located in Gloucester Township with a combined high school student population of over 4,200. Gloucester Township is also home to Camden County College which is largest community college in the State of New Jersey an annual enrollment of over 15,000 students.
The Gloucester Township Police Department responds to nearly 60,000 calls for service each year. This is an average of 5,000 calls per month. Gloucester Township Police consists of over 110 full time sworn Law Enforcement Officers, 36 Special Police Officers, 17 Telecommunicators, and 16 civilian personnel. The Department is commanded by Chief W. Harry Earle who has been an officer with Gloucester Township Police since 1988. The Deputy Chief of Police is The Staff Commander and the Commander of the P rofessional Standards and Training Unit. The Gloucester Township Police Department is split into two divisions. The Operations Division and the Support Services Division. Each Division is commanded by a Captain of Police.
We, the members of the Gloucester Township Police Department, dedicate ourselves to the community in which we serve. We recognize our badge as a symbol of public faith and accept it as public trust, and hold it true to the ethics of police service. As part of our goal, we will continually strive to:
- Protect the lives and property of the citizens of Gloucester Township Preserve the peace and order of the community through the prevention of crime and apprehension of criminals. Be sensitive, understanding, and responsive to the needs of the community. Foster and maintain a positive public image of the Police Department within the community Interact with the community by getting organizations, leaders, and citizens involved in the total law enforcement effort.
- Be role models to the children of the township, to teach them to resist temptation to do wrong, and to build a relationship based on mutual respect and trust.
We will constantly seek to achieve these objectives and ideals, dedicating ourselves to our chosen profession, law enforcement.
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Gloucester Township Adds Pinterest to Social Media Program
In an effort to better connect with our community, the Gloucester Township Police is pleased to announce that we have added "Pinterest" to our social media programs.
Pinterest is a pinboard style social photo sharing website that allows users to create and manage theme based collections such as events and interests.
The GTPD Pinterest account currently has four "boards", including GTPD Community Relations, GTPD Events, GTPD Crime Stoppers videos, and GTPD Press Releases.
The Department has had great success with sharing information with the community on or Connect Notification System, Facebook, Google Plus, Twitter, and Youtube. With the addition of the GTPD Pinterest account, we hope to reach more of our community partners with the information that helps make Gloucester Township a great place to live, work, and play.
You can follow the Gloucester Township Police Department on:
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Gloucester Township Partners with Miss Atlantic County to Combat Distracted Driving Practices
April is designated as National Distracted Drivers Awareness month. This designation was introduced as a resolution and passed by the U.S. House of Representatives in 2010. The resolution was created in part for 9-year-old Erica Forney, who was struck and killed by a distracted driver in Fort Collins, CO, in November 2008.
As part of our driver safety campaign, the Gloucester Township Police Department, Mayor David Mayer and Council have partnered with Miss Atlantic County 2013, Lindsey Giannini and her “Stay Alive-Don’t Text and Drive” driver safety campaign.
The campaigns focus is to raise awareness of the dangers of distracted driving practices such as texting and cell phone use while driving. It has been reported that texting and other cell phone usea while driving is responsible for auto accidents that kill an average of 17 people every day in the United States alone. Additionally, 11% of all drivers under the age of 20 involved in fatal crashes were reported as distracted at the time of the crash. This age group has the largest proportion of drivers who were distracted. Lastly, drivers who use hand-held devices are 4 times more likely to get into crashes serious enough to injure themselves
Current New Jersey law 39:4-97.3, prohibits the use of a wireless telephone or electronic communication device by an operator of a moving motor vehicle on a public road or highway except under certain conditions.
To help get this important safety message out, Miss Giannini is donating four “Stay Alive, Don’t Text and Drive” signs at the Townships March 25th council meeting. These signs will be installed around the Townships highs schools to remind young drivers to not text and drive. Council will also be passing a resolution in support of the safety campaign.
Gloucester Township Police will also be conducting enhanced enforcement initiatives during the month of April with officers targeting distracted driving practices.
For additional information on the dangers of distracted driving, visit www.lindseygiannini.com, www.distraction.gov or www.nhtsa.gov. For the complete information on New Jersey Motor Vehicle statute 39:4-97.3, visit www.njleg.state.nj.us or http://www.nj.gov/oag/hts.
G.T.P.D. Improves Snow Response Capabilities With All Wheel Drive Vehicles
The Gloucester Township Police Department is better equipped to respond to winter weather this year after adding thirteen (13) 2013 Ford Police Interceptor Utility All Wheel Drive (AWD) vehicles to their fleet of patrol vehicles. After the severe winter weather of 2010, and with the phase out of the Rear Wheel Drive Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor in 2011, a committee was convened by Chief Harry Earle to choose a new patrol vehicle which better met the needs of the officers. The committee analyzed the limitations of the standard rear wheel drive vehicles. An improvement was recognized to operate safely when driving to emergencies and conducting neighborhood patrols in foul weather and slippery roads. It was determined that the Department could improve the capabilities and the safety of the officers, with the addition of the AWD vehicles. After 2 years of research, the committee chose the Ford Police Interceptor Utility AWD Vehicle.
The 2013 Ford Police Interceptor Utility is built for the tough demands of police work. In addition to it's AWD capability, the vehicle has a V6 Flex Fuel engine which gets a better gas mileage rating than the Ford Crown Victoria's V8 engine, which will help save the Township in fuel costs. The Ford Police Interceptor Utility also has a larger cargo area, which has allowed the officers to have more emergency equipment available to them while on patrol. These new vehicles have also been equipped with the most state of the art equipment available, including digital radios, 4G data modems, mobile data computers, electronic ticketing printers, digital in car camera systems, mobile field report writing software, criminal identification software, weapon mounting systems, and a new prisoner seat transport system which is designed to make it safer to secure a prisoner with a seat belt.
These new 2013 Ford Police Interceptor Utility All Wheel Drive vehicles were designed and equipped to allow the officers working in the community of Gloucester Township as safely, and as efficiently as possible. With the possibility of a severe winter, Chief Harry Earle feels confident that the are ready for whatever "mother
nature" can throw at us.
11/20/12 - Bank Patron Assaults And Attempts To Disarm GTPD Officer During Arrest
On Monday, November 19th, 2012 at 09:19AM officers from the Gloucester Township Police Department (GTPD) responded to the PNC Bank on Blackwood/Clementon Rd. to assist bank staff with an irate and disorderly patron. The first responding officer attempted to calm the adult female patron but was met with negative results as the female then threatened that she intended to take the female officer's weapon.
Upon the arrival of back-up officers, the female was escorted from the bank lobby and began to fight with officers while they were taking her into custody. During the struggle, the female grabbed onto the initial officer's holstered gun and kicked a second officer in the chest. She was ultimately secured and transported to police headquarters where she was charged with the following:
Second Degree Attempting to Disarm a Law Enforcement Officer, Third Degree Resisting Arrest, Third Degree Aggravated Assault on a Police Officer and Disorderly Conduct, a petty disorderly persons offense.
The female is currently being held on bail set at $30,000.00 10%. The officers were not injured during this incident.
Arrested: Evelyn G. Hutton age 50 of the Cherrywood Apartments on Little Gloucester Road in Clementon, NJ.
11/19/12 - Victim And Dealers Arrested In Drug Deal Gone Bad
On 11/17/12 at approximately 2:51 PM officers from the Gloucester Township Police Department responded to LaCascata for a report of a robbery. The victim, Walter Bricker 2nd , reported he was robbed of $1,400.00 at gunpoint by a male and female while attempting to purchase illegal narcotics. The female suspect, Valerie Walters, was still in the area. The male suspect had fled prior to police arrival.
Both the victim and the female suspect were taken to GTPD headquarters for further follow-up. After a lengthy investigation, it was determined that Walters and the male suspect, identified as Anthony Truitt, had planned the robbery. It was also determined that a knife, not a gun, was used in the robbery. The knife used in the robbery as well as part of the cash proceeds were recovered. Anthony Truitt was later apprehended by the Lindenwold Police Department and turned over to the Gloucester Township Police Department.
Walter Bricker 2nd of Turnersville Road in Pine Hill was charged with Criminal Attempt to Distribute a Controlled Dangerous Substance and Criminal Attempt to Possess a Controlled Dangerous Substance and released.
Both Valerie Walters of LaCascata and Anthony Truitt of Mickle Street in the City of Camden were charged with first degree robbery, second degree possession of a weapon while committing a narcotics distribution offense, third degree possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, and fourth degree unlawful possession of a weapon. They were remanded to the Camden County Correctional Facility in lieu of $100,000 full cash bail.
GTPD’s Use of Social Media Solves Two More Crimes
On September 23, 2012 a male subject shoplifted over $27,000.00 worth of gold earrings held in a display case from the Kmart store at 1468 Blackwood Clementon Road in Gloucester Township, NJ. Digital images captured from the stores security cameras were displayed on various Gloucester Township Police Department (GTPD) social media sites to request from the public their help in identifying the perpetrator. Several telephone messages were left on the GTPD anonymous tip line implicating a potential suspect each had observed on a social media site. During this investigation, detectives within the GTPD Criminal Investigations Bureau were able to verify the given name as the perpetrator. On October 4, 2012 a criminal warrant for 3rd degree Shoplifting was issued for the accused in this crime, Marvin Pollitt (Age 42), with a last known address in the Autumn Ridge Apartments in Blackwood, NJ. On November 15, 2012, Marvin Pollitt was apprehended in the City of Camden by the New Jersey State Police for the active warrant from Gloucester Township. Pollitt was turned over to the GTPD, processed and remanded to the Camden County Correctional Facility in default of a $20,000/10% bail pending a court appearance.
On October 30, 2012 a vehicle was burglarized on Crestwood Avenue in Gloucester Township. On the same day, a stolen credit card taken from the vehicle was used to make unapproved purchases at the nearby Wawa store located at 2 Somerdale Road in Gloucester Township. Digital images captured by the Wawa store security camera system were posted on various GTPD social media web sites. Two males and one female were captured and displayed in the images. Numerous responses were received by the GTPD Criminal Investigations Bureau from citizens who viewed the images that helped to positively identify all three subjects. Further investigation determined that 20 year old, Michael Burke, from the Glendora Court Apartments, who was viewed in the images, was in possession of and used the stolen credit card at the Wawa store. Michael Burke was arrested on November 15, 2012 and charged with Credit Card Theft for the fraudulent use of the stolen credit card at the Wawa store. Additionally, he was charged with Possession of a Hypodermic Syringe, which was recovered when he was taken into custody. The accused was remanded to the Camden County Correctional Facility in default of a $10,000 bail pending a court appearance.
The closure of these two cases once again demonstrates the accomplishments of the Gloucester Township Police Department's successful use of social media to empower the community to become involved in the crime fighting process with their valuable tips. The Gloucester Township Police Department encourages community involvement for without your support these specific crimes would go unsolved.
Berlin Cross Keys Road Gets a Speed Limit Reduction
The Gloucester Township Police Department and Winslow Township Police Department partnered together to lower the speed limit on Berlin-Cross Keys Road from 50 mph to 45 mph. The new 45 mph speed limit signs were installed this past week and take effect immediately. Berlin-Cross Keys Road was previously designated as having a 45 mph speed limit within Washington Township and Monroe Township’s jurisdictions.
Berlin-Cross Keys Road has seen an increase in traffic volume over the past few years due to new business construction. A recent traffic volume survey conducted by the Delaware Regional Planning Commission found that approximately 15,000 vehicles travel on Berlin-Cross Keys Road in Gloucester Township each day. The lowering of the speed limit on Berlin-Cross Keys Road was just one facet of the multi-jurisdictional Cross Keys Road Joint Safe Passage Initiative that was formed in March 2011. The initiative involves six police departments joining in a multi-county/ multi-jurisdictional collaborative effort to enhance traffic safety along the Berlin-Cross Keys Road corridor between the White Horse Pike and the Black Horse Pike. Other safety efforts include enhanced enforcement of distracted driving laws, DWI Enforcement, an analysis of traffic crashes, and educational initiatives to assist drivers in understanding their role in improving traffic safety. Since the initiative began, the Gloucester Township Police Department has a seen a 25% decrease in motor vehicle crashes over a twelve month period.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), exceeding the posted speed limit or driving too fast for conditions is one of the most prevalent factors contributing to traffic crashes. Speed is involved in about one out of three fatal crashes each year. Additionally, in 2010 data released by the New Jersey State Police, 83 of the 530 fatal motor vehicle crashes were attributed to unsafe speed.
Gloucester Township Police Department Rolls Out New Crime Tip-line
In an effort to further community involvement and to assist in the investigation of criminal activity, Chief Harry Earle would like you to know that the Gloucester Township Police Department has created a Crime Tip-Line. This line is for use by the public to supply the police with potentially vital information that they may have to assist police in solving crimes that have occurred. The tip can be anonymous as there is no requirement that the person leave their name or address. The number of the tip-line is 856-842-5560. The Crime Tip Line should not be used for crimes in progress, a crime that has just occurred where an immediate police response will assist in the apprehension of violators, or anytime life or property is endangered. In these situations a person should call 9-1-1. Members of the public should also continue to call the Gloucester Township Police Department Headquarters at 856-228-4500 in order to report non-emergency situations, request the non-emergency response of a police officer, or to request general public safety information. The Crime Tip Line will enable all of those who wish to do the right thing, but have not come forward with information concerning a crime. Gloucester Township citizens are also encouraged to become a member of the Neighborhood Watch. The Neighborhood Watch groups are active throughout Gloucester Township and assist the Gloucester Township Police Departme by being alert to unusual or suspicious behavior and reporting this activity with a confidential Neighborhood Watch Identification number.
For further information about the Neighborhood Watch Program or the new Crime Tip Line contact the Community Relations Bureau at 856-228-4011 or
Gloucester Township Crisis Intervention Team
Gloucester Township Crisis Intervention Team provides assistance to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Working with the local police department, volunteers are trained to provide comfort, education and referral services to persons and families in need. Many victims of domestic violence and sexual assault are frightened and embarrassed by what happens to them. They are often unaware of the many services available in the community. These include emergency food, clothing and shelter, as well as counseling and legal services.If you are a victim of domestic violence or sexual assault, you are encouraged to call the Gloucester Township CIT at or the domestic violence hotline at (856) 227-1234. If you are calling the CIT line, please leave a message and phone number where you can be reached and a volunteer will return your call. The Domestic Violence Hotline is manned day and night. Your confidentiality is assured either number you call.
The CIT team is looking for volunteers to join the team. CIT members undergo a forty-hour ten-week training program to prepare them as Crisis Intervention Counselors. If you are interested in volunteering for the team, call (856) 227-1800, ext. 22.
Neighborhood Watch Safety Bulletin
During the overnight hours between Thursday, July 15th and Friday, July 16th, an unknown subject(s) entered several unlocked vehicles in the neighborhoods along Peter Cheeseman Road and stole various types of items located from within those vehicles. Anyone with any information that may help in this investigation is encouraged to call our Anonymous Crime Tip Line at 856‐842‐5560.
Any reports of in‐progress suspicious activity should be immediately called into the Gloucester Township Police Communications Center at 856‐228‐4500. Suspect and vehicle descriptions are always helpful to responding officers, however callers should never put themselves in danger when obtaining such information. As always, the Gloucester Township Police Department reminds its residents and visitors to lock their vehicles when left unattended and to also keep personal items, such as GPS and Satellite Radio units, locked away and out of sight.
If you have any questions please contact the Community Relations
Bureau at 856‐228‐4011.
Gloucester Township Police Begin Intersection Safety Program (Red Light Cameras)
The intersection safety cameras will monitor these four approaches:
- Northwestbound Erial Road at Blackwood Clementon Road
- Eastbound Blackwood Clementon Road at Erial Road
- Southbound Little Gloucester Road at Blackwood Clementon Road
- Westbound Blackwood Clementon Road at Cherrywood Drive
"We encourage people to slow down and definitely stop on red before the actual citations begin," said police Chief Harry Earle. "This is a public safety program, and our goal is to deter red-light runners and prevent collisions resulting from these violations."
- Cameras will operate 24-hours a day and capture images of every vehicle running a red-light at the intersections. Warning signs alerting drivers to the intersection safety cameras have been installed prior to the warning period. The system activates when motion is detected just prior to the stop bar after the traffic signal has turned red. The cameras capture two images of an alleged violation, taken from the rear of the vehicle.
- The first image shows the vehicle at the white stop bar and the illuminated red light.
- The second image shows the violator in the middle of the intersection with the red light illuminated.
- The license plate image is a close-up from one of the images captured.
- Data, including the time, date, and duration of the yellow and red lights, also is recorded.
- Cameras also record a 12-second digital video of the violation, including six seconds prior to and six seconds after running the red light.
Intersection safety technology is just one way Gloucester Township will make local streets safer for everyone.
Gloucester Township has contracted with American Traffic Solutions Inc. (ATS) which provides road safety programs for more than 240 communities across North America. More information about ATS is available at www.atsol.com.
SAFETY BULLETIN: Remember to Lock Your Car Doors
The Gloucester Township Police Community Relations Bureau wants to remind residents to lock the doors on their vehicles. Between the months of June and October 2011 there have been approximately 102 reported incidents of thefts from motor vehicles. Out of those 102 incidents only 5 were with forced entry.
That means over 95% of thefts occurring from vehicles were from unlocked vehicles. Residents must make it a priority to always lock the doors to your vehicles and residences.
Please report any suspicious activity to the Gloucester Township Police Department by calling 228-4500 or if its an emergency, 911. Residents are encouraged to become involved the Neighborhood Watch program. The Neighborhood Watch Program encourages residents to become more aware of activities around them as they go about their normal routines and to act as EYES & EARS of the police department. If reporting suspicious activity please be as descriptive as possible. The description of the subject, location or direction of travel and tag on a motor vehicle is extremely helpful. Please do not put yourself in any danger.
If you have any questions please contact Sgt. Barton or Cpl. Grannan at 228-4011 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You are also encouraged to sign up for Global Connect. The Gloucester Township Police Department utilizes The Global Connect Emergency Notification System. Global Connect gives municipalities the ability to notify thousands of residents about important community events, missing persons and other important information. You can do this by going to www.glotwp.com and clicking on police updates on Global Connect.
Gloucester Township Police Participate in “National Stop on Red” Week
Aug 5th to Aug 11th 2012
August 5th to August 11th 2012 has been designated as “National Stop on Red” week. National Stop on Red Week takes place the first week of August each year and is dedicated to educating Americans about the dangers of red-light running through education and enforcement.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that in 2010 there were 667 people killed and more than 100,000 injured in crashes that involved red light running.
According to the Federal Highway Administration;
- You or your loved ones are more likely to be injured due to a red-light running related crash than any other type of crash
- Running red lights or other traffic controls is the most common cause of all urban crashes
- Someone runs a red light an average of every 20 minutes at urban intersections
- In the last decade, red-light running crashes killed nearly 9,000 people
- An estimated 165,000 motorists, cyclists, and pedestrians are injured annually by red-light runners
- Half of the people killed by red-light runners are not the signal violators — they are passengers, other motorists, pedestrians, and cyclists
- Nearly 93% of drivers believe running a red light is unacceptable, yet 1 in 3 drivers reported doing so in the past 30 days
- There are an average of 7 fatal crashes and over 1,000 injury crashes every day at signalized intersections across the United States
- The cost to society of all crashes exceeds $230 billion annually
- The tragedies and costs resulting from red-light running are preventable
As part of our ongoing 101 days of summer campaign, Gloucester Township Police is participating in the nationwide enforcement initiative through the use of enhanced patrols as well as our intersection safety cameras along the Blackwood-Clementon Road corridor. Also, commencing August 17th and continuing through September 3rd, we will be taking part in the 2012 “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” statewide driving while intoxicated enforcement initiative.
DEPUTY CHIEF DAVID HARKINS GRADUATES FROM FBI NATIONAL ACADEMY
On December 16, 2011, Gloucester Township Police Department Deputy Chief David J. Harkins graduated from the 247th Session of The FBI National Academy Program. Deputy Chief Harkins joined Chief Harry Earle as fellow alumnus of this premier law enforcement executive training program. Less than 1 percent of applicants who apply to the FBI National Academy are accepted into the program.
Deputy Chief Harkins was one of 266 graduates, representing various law enforcement agencies from 49 states, 25 countries and three branches of the military, at the intensive 11-week program located at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia. The FBI National Academy was founded in 1935, and has had approximately 45,000 graduates from the program. According to the FBI, the program offers "advanced investigative, management and fitness training for selected officers having proven records as professionals within their agencies." The program is internationally known for its academic excellence and is offered free of charge to the selected students and their agencies. Training for the program is provided by the FBI Academy instructional staff, Special Agents and other staff members holding advanced degrees, many of whom are recognized internationally in their fields of expertise.
Deputy Chief Harkins, focused his course work on leadership training, law enforcement media relations, stress management in law enforcement, physical fitness and use of force investigations. His classes earned him 12 undergraduate credit hours, and 6 graduate credits through the University of Virginia. Deputy Chief Harkins stated that the many experiences presented by instructors and fellow students will help him in approaching similar situations in Gloucester Township. "The National Academy builds a network with fellow law enforcement professionals "Harkins said, "I'm confident this will serve as a valuable resource to help with many of the law enforcement situations from law enforcement investigations to administrative responsibilities to personnel issues. I am honored to be a FBI National Academy graduate."
News Conference Announcing Implementation Of Project B.A.T.L.E. Kicks Off Respect Week In Gloucester Township
The Gloucester Township Police Department in cooperation with the Gloucester Township Public Schools, Black Horse Pike Regional School District, the Camden County Technical School, Our Lady of Hope School, and the Kingdom Charter School have partnered together in launching Project B.A.T.L.E. – Bullying Awareness Through Law Enforcement.
B.A.T.L.E. - Bullying Awareness Through Law Enforcement is a comprehensive and community based approach to harassment, intimidation, and bullying and its associated consequences of substance abuse through information sharing, preparedness, and response. Project B.A.T.L.E. was developed by the Gloucester Township Police Department and is a new approach in providing valuable resources to juveniles and their families. This program consists of five separate components each designed specifically to address the growing national problem of bullying and its many negative effects on our youth. Project B.A.T.L.E. is also being considered for possible future wider implementation by the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office.
A news conference will take place at the Timber Creek High School, 501 Jarvis Road, Erial, New Jersey (Gloucester Township) on Monday, October 3, 2011 at 1:15 PM. Gloucester Township Mayor David Mayer, Gloucester Township Police Chief Harry Earle, Representatives from the Camden County Prosecutor's Office, Black Horse Pike School District Superintendent Mr. John Golden, Gloucester Township Public Schools Superintendent Mr. Thomas Seddon, and Our Lady of Hope School Principal Sister Paula Randow, will be in attendance.
The news conference will consist of an overview of the five separate focus areas of Project B.A.T.L.E. including three new juvenile enrichment programs now available for Gloucester Township youth. Students serving as Project B.A.T.L.E. Teen Team Leaders will also be introduced. The kick-off of Project B.A.T.L.E. coincides with National Respect Week which is the first week of October.
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