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  • Join the Voorhees Police Dept Team

    Posted on February 08, 2022 by Voorhees Police

    Now Hiring – The Voorhees Police Department will be seeking to hire for the position of Full-Time Police Officer.

     

    We are seeking hard-working, dedicated and energetic individuals for our police department.

    The Voorhees Police Department is an Accredited Agency whose members are community oriented and who take pride in their proactive response to crime, and quality of life issues.

    We currently employ 70 Sworn Police Officers, 56 Full-Time Police Officers, 14 Special Law Enforcement Police Officers (SLEO II), 10 Crossing Guards and 10 Civilian Employees. Our department is organized into two divisions: Administration and Operations, and Five Bureaus: Investigations, Patrol, Training, Community Affairs and Administration. Additionally, we offer various specialized assignments to include: Honor Guard Unit, Firearms Unit, Traffic Unit, Social Media Unit, Detective, K-9 Officers, Bike Patrol, Crime Scene Technicians, School Resource Officers, and the Drone Unit. We offer a competitive salary, excellent equipment and some of the best training in the State of New Jersey. If you are interested please click on the NJ Civil Service Commission Link Below for the application to the Entry Level Law Enforcement Test.

    If you have any further inquiries, please contact Lieutenant Derek Hawkins at (856) 882-1116 (dhawkins@vtpd.com) or Sgt. Eric Camm at (856) 882-1104 (ecamm@vtpd.com)

    Voorhees Township is an Equal Opportunity Employer

    https://info.csc.state.nj.us/Vats/JobView.aspx?fbclid=IwAR0Pec7wtqxhAJTb6_I4cHIIwH7k1wKeY8CDXxVDDk3w2i5y31Tkxx4Y5cg

  • Voorhees Police Seek Fugitive for Aggravated Assault on Police Officers

    Posted on February 02, 2016 by Voorhees Police

    The Voorhees Police Department needs your help in locating fugitive Geoffrey Petit. Petit is wanted for the assault of a Voorhees Police Officer with his vehicle on 1/31/2016. Petit was fleeing an arrest for an outstanding warrant for the assault on a Voorhees Police Detective during a burglary investigation on 1/14/2016 and resisting arrest during that investigation. Petit also has warrants issued by the Moorestown Police Department for charges stemming from other burglaries that our Officer was also attempting to apprehend him for during the investigation on 1/31/2016. Thankfully, the Officer was not injured by the vehicle.

    Petit fled the scene of the attempted arrest in the parking lot of his residence, 119-3 Echelon Road, in a gray Ford Focus with Maryland plates 3BY9217 (similar to the one pictured below). The vehicle is an Avis rental car out of Mount Laurel. Petit is wanted on $100,000 full cash warrants out of Voorhees Township and $300,000 worth of warrants out of Moorestown. Petit should not be approached and should be considered dangerous.

    If you see Petit, the vehicle described, or know of his whereabouts, please contact the Voorhees Police Department at 856-428-5400 or via 9-1-1 in an emergency. If you wish to submit information anonymously, please use our Crime Tip Line at 856-627-7174. You can also submit anonymous tips via our website at www.vtpd.com. For updated information follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

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    For more information, please contact:

    Captain Carmen J. DelPalazzo

    Voorhees Police Department

    cdelpalazzo@vtpd.com

    856-882-1134

  • Emergency Notification System

    Posted on January 21, 2016 by Voorhees Police

  • Nixle

    Posted on January 04, 2016 by Voorhees Police

    Nixle is a Community Information Service dedicated to helping you stay connected to the information that matters most to you, depending on your physical location. You stay connected to the Voorhees Police Department and your local community agencies and organizations, and the important information from other locations throughout the country that are relevant to you. Nixle service is built on the most secure, reliable, and high-speed distribution platform, ensuring that you receive trusted and immediate, geographically relevant information. Information is immediately available over your cell phone by text message, by email, and over the web. Your account can be customized so you receive the information that matters most to you. Whether it is where you live, work, or have friends or family throughout the country, the information is immediately available to you over your mobile phone, email and computer.

    You can view our page on Nixle by visiting https://local.nixle.com/voorhees-township-police-department/.

  • Voorhees Police announce Safe Exchange Zone

    Posted on November 17, 2015 by Voorhees Police

    Safe-Exchange-ZoneChief Louis Bordi and the Voorhees Police Department has established a “Safe Exchange Zone” in the front visitor parking lot of the Voorhees Police Administration Building, located at 1180 White Horse Road.  There is an area of sidewalk on the northeast corner of the visitor parking lot with yellow sidewalk markings and yellow signs marking the zone (photograph attached).  The marked area is video recorded by state of the art security cameras.  It should be noted that personnel are not in the police station at all times, thus it is recommended that the zones be used during normal business hours, Monday-Friday.  If this is not possible, the area is recorded and routinely patrolled.

    This zone has been set up as a courtesy to and for the protection of Voorhees Township residents involved in an online transaction such as a Craig’s List or Online Yard Sale purchase.  We do not endorse any service and only provide this area as an added layer of safety for those residents involved in online commerce.

    Voorhees Police officers will not intervene as witnesses, negotiators, or brokers.  Our officers and civilian staff members are not permitted to provide legal advice or become involved in civil matters resulting from disputes over payment, quality, etc.

    The exchange of any type of weapons, destructive devices, any illicit items, controlled dangerous substances, or controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia are not permitted on our property.

    For more information on this initiative, visit us online at www.VTPD.com, or on Facebook at Facebook.com/VoorheesPolice or follow us on Twitter @VoorheesPolice.