BPD LOCATION/CONTACT INFO

Belleville Police Department
152 Washington Avenue
Belleville, N.J. 07109
Phone: 973-450-3334
Fax: 973-450-1021

HOURS OF OPERATION

  • Police Record Room
    Monday-Friday: 8am-4pm
  • Violation’s Bureau
    Monday-Friday 8:30am-4pm
    Wednesday: 6pm-8pm
  • Detective Bureau
    Monday-Friday 9am-12am(midnight)
  • Traffic Bureau
    Monday-Friday 8am-4pm
  • Juvenile Aid Bureau
    Monday-Friday 8am-4pm

October 18, 2017, 8:48 pm
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Got energy???
Come join Belleville PD Officers at our bouncy house on 10/21/17 from 12P-3P 92 Montgomery Place Belleville. There will also be free food, drinks, and music. Community Outreach Party, ... See more

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October 18, 2017, 3:32 pm

Belleville Police responded to a non-fatal shooting in the area of Magnolia Street Belleville. A 20 year old male sustained a non life threatening gunshot wound to his knee. The incident did not ... See more

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October 17, 2017, 9:01 pm
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Parents, bring your children to the Belleville Police Departments’ community outreach day on 10/21/17. N.Y. life will be there giving out free child ID kits. Every parent should have this along ... See more

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October 16, 2017, 7:59 pm
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Attention all residents!!!
Belleville Police Department is hosting its 2nd annual Community Outreach Party on Saturday 10/21/17 from 12P-3P. The location is 92 Montgomery Place Belleville( ... See more

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October 11, 2017, 3:31 pm

Belleville Police & The Italian Police training at the firearms range together.

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LIVE AUDIO FEED

You can listen to the live audio feed for Belleville Police, Fire, and EMS by clicking on the Broadcastify icon:

DOWNLOADABLE FORMS

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE RESPONSE TEAM

Click on the image above to learn more about Belleville’s Domestic Violence Response Team.

BPD ORGANIZATIONAL CHART AND PHONE NUMBERS (Revised September 17, 2017)

OUR MISSION STATEMENT AND CORE VALUES

The BELLEVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT 
will commit its resources in partnership with the community to:

  • Promote a safe and secure community, free from crime and fear of crime,
  • Maintain order and provide for a safe and expeditious flow of traffic,
  • Practice our core values of INTEGRITY, RESPECT, SERVICE and FAIRNESS.


INTEGRITY

Integrity is the hallmark of the Belleville Police Department and we are committed to the highest performance standards, ethical conduct and truthfulness in all relationships.  We hold ourselves accountable for our actions and take pride in a professional level of service and fairness to all.

RESPECT

We treat all persons in a dignified and courteous manner, and exhibit understanding of ethnic and cultural diversity, in both our professional and personal endeavors.  We guarantee to uphold the principles and values embodied in the constitutions of the United States and the State of New Jersey.

SERVICE

We provide service in a courteous, efficient, and accessible manner.  We foster community and employee involvement through problem-solving partnerships.

FAIRNESS

We treat all people impartially with consideration and compassion.  We are equally responsive to our employees and the community we serve.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ)

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How do I report a lost dog/cat?

You should contact the Police Department at 973-450-3334.  We will place the information you provide into our lost animal database and contact you if the animal is located.  You should also provide the same information to the Associated Humane Society of Newark at 973-824-7080; this organization handles our animal control issues.

How do I report power outages or gas leaks?

How do I make a criminal complaint?

First you must file an incident report with the Police Department.  After picking up the report from the Record’s Room, you may file a criminal complaint with the Municipal Court on the 2nd floor of the Town Hall.

POLICE CRIME TIP REPORT FORM

The Belleville Police Department encourages residents to immediately report any suspicious activity for investigation.

You can use the form below for this purpose or directly call the BPD at 973-450-3333.  

Working together, we can keep our community as safe as possible.  

And remember, if you see something, say something!

Instructions

You may use this form to confidentially contact the Belleville Police Department regarding any general complaints, police questions, traffic complaints, or crime tips.


Please note the correspondence submitted through this form will be sent to Chief Mark Minichini, Captain Matthew Bernardo, and Lieutenant Carl Castellano.


If you supply us with contact information below, please give us 10 business days to reply to your request.


After submitting this form, you will receive a copy of it via e-mail for your records.


Thank you!

Nature of Contact

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Required Contact Information

Name:

Address:

Crime Tip Information

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NEIGHBORHOOD BLOCK WATCH PROGRAM

The Neighborhood Watch program, which is coordinated by Detective Mark Johns of the Belleville Police Department,  is currently in the process of reorganizing.    In the interim, if you are interested in joining this program, please use form to the right to provide your contact information.    Please note that the output of this contact form will go to Detective Johns and Chief Minichini.

You may also want to join the Notify-Me-By-Email system (see the link icon on the homepage of the Township website) to receive e-mail announcements regarding the Neighborhood Watch program.

Required Contact Information

Name:

Address:

Program Information

If you would like to include a message regarding your interest in the Neighborhood Watch program, please use the box below:



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REPORT A DAMAGED STOP SIGN OR PARKING SIGN

The Belleville Police Department asks residents to assist them in locating the following:

  • Damaged or Missing Stop Signs
  • Damaged or Missing Street Signs
  • Any Crooked or Damaged Street Poles

 

You can use this 3-panel form to the right to report any damaged signs within the Township to the Belleville Police Department.   If you wish to directly contact the BPD about a damaged sign, you may call 973-450-3348.

Instructions

The Belleville Police Department asks residents to assist them in locating the following:



Damaged or Missing Stop SignsDamaged or Missing Street SignsAny Crooked or Damaged Street Poles

You can use this form to report any damaged signs within the Township to the Belleville Police Department. If you wish to directly contact the BPD about a damaged sign, you may call 973-450-3348.


Please note that the data submitted through this form will be sent to both the BPD and the Town Manager's Office.


After submitting this form, you will receive a copy of it via e-mail for your records.


Thank you!

Required Contact Information

Name:

Address:

Location of Damaged Sign(s)

The Specific Location of the Damage Sign:

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NJSACOP ACCREDITATION

From left to right: Lieutenant Nicholas Breiner, NJSACOP Representative Henry Delgado, Deputy Chief Gerard Corbo, and Chief Mark Minichini

PREVENTING CAR THEFT AND BURGLARIES

The Belleville Police Department encourages Township residents to utilize the crime prevention tips in the graphic presented above to help mitigate car thefts and burglaries in our community.

Residents who are expecting package delivery and are not able to be home at the time of delivery are encouraged to make arrangements with friends or neighbors to receive the package on your behalf rather than having the package left unattended for hours at your front door.

Home security systems, especially camera surveillance systems, are another effective means to deter criminal activity and can provide significant help to the BPD with their investigations.     Such camera systems are now reasonably priced and the technology has advanced to include completely wireless systems with secure cloud storage.

For more information about what you can do to help make Belleville a safer community, please feel free to contact Chief Minichini and/or Captain Mesce, who oversees the Neighborhood Watch Program at 973-450-3333.

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