On behalf of the 120 men and women of the North Bergen Police Department it is my
pleasure to welcome you to our official web site. Please feel free to visit us
here on a regular basis for updated information regarding wanted and missing
persons as well as crime prevention tips and other pieces of information vital
to our community.
The number one priority of the North Bergen Police Department is to foster a collective
efficacy in our neighborhoods for the purpose of promoting the safety and stability of
our community. Our police department is committed to utilizing the latest technology,
coupled with a philosophy of community policing, in an effort to provide the most
efficient, effective, and professional delivery of police services.
In 2012, the North Bergen Police Department handled 86,898 calls for service. Our
police department focuses on improvements in the quality of life that affect our
residents, businesses, and visitors. The North Bergen Police Department has many
specialized units created to focus on both general and forensic investigation of
crime as well as other issues within our Township. These specialized units are
tasked with various assignments including, but not limited to, DARE education, motor
vehicle theft, Megan's Law registration, narcotics investigations, gang and juvenile
related issues, homeland security, traffic complaints, arson investigation, and
community oriented policing.
The dedicated men and women of the North Bergen Police Department work tirelessly in
an effort to reduce crime in our township and are encouraged to cultivate a partnership
between the police and the community we serve. It is with the full support of Mayor
Nicholas J. Sacco, Public Safety Commissioner Theresa V. Ferraro, and the entire Board
of Commissioners that the North Bergen Police Department is properly equipped, trained,
and fully committed to ensuring that the Township of North Bergen is a great place to
live, work and visit.
I encourage you to browse our web site for further information. If you have you any
questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us.
Very truly yours,
Robert J. Dowd.
Chief of Police