On Tuesday, Aug. 5, New Brunswick residents, police officers and elected officials will meet and mingle in gatherings around town as part of the City’s annual National Night Out celebration. National Night Out is a community event that aims to strengthen ties between residents and the local police department in a community setting, as well as take […]
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The New Brunswick Police Department is proud to announce it has been awarded a federal grant provided through the U.S. Department of Justice’s Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program (JAG). The grant is in the amount of $96,070 which will be shared among four municipalities in Middlesex County. Those municipalities include: New Brunswick, Perth […]
The Esperanza Neighborhood Project invites residents to its first neighborhood crime watch meeting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, May 29 at the New Brunswick Salvation Army Corps building, 314 Handy St.
A representative from the New Brunswick Police Department will be present to discuss neighborhood safety concerns and give advice on the best ways to communicate with the department.
Food and child care will be provided.
All are welcome to attend, but attendees are asked to call Charles at New Brunswick Tomorrow at (732) 484-8511 to RSVP.
The New Brunswick Police Department has recently received numerous complaints from residents and business owners, reporting “Phone Scams” from alleged PSE&G bill collectors. The caller claims to be a representative of PSE&G and reports that the individual’s utility bill is overdue and if payment is not made immediately, the power would be turned off. The […]
Keep your safety in mind this spring and remember to buckle your seat belt every time you get in the car. The New Brunswick Police Department has begun “Click it or Ticket”, a national campaign that aims to educate drivers and their passengers about the importance of wearing a seat belt. Now through June 1, […]
On Saturday, May 10, officers from the New Brunswick were among a cavalcade of law enforcement officials who rode through New Brunswick as part of the Police Unity Tour, stopping in front of the police department to lay a wreath in honor of William Van Arsdale and William Savage, two New Brunswick officers who died in […]
The New Brunswick Police Department advises motorists to be prepared for a new traffic pattern beginning today on Livingston Avenue. Livingston Avenue has been narrowed down to two travel lanes, with a center turning lane, in the following areas: Delavan Street to Baldwin Street Elizabeth Street to Loretto Street In these areas, the four-lane roadway […]