Every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 9am – 6pm at the Salem Community College, Davidow Hall. No appointment necessary.
Effective December 22, 2021 The Penns Grove Police Department is accepting applications for fully certified officers. Please view post for more details.
Wednesday, December 1st at Paul W. Carleton Elementary School, 253 E Maple Ave, Penns Grove, from 3pm – 6pm. Available for all ages 3+.
Penns Grove Police were invited to Penns Grove Middle School to participate in Red Ribbon Week. Officer Josh Gray and Detective Jesse Thorn provided valuable information to help the students stay safe and drug free.
Girl Scout Troop 96323 dropped gift bags by the PD to show their appreciation. It’s reassuring to know our Police Department has love and support from the community we serve.
A citizen captured this picture - couple of PGPD’s finest making a difference one popsicle at a time. Great job Patrolmen Psensky and Reefe!
The Penns Grove Police Department wants to send our condolences to Salem County Sheriffs Officer Sgt. Ian Todd and his family. Today they had to say goodbye to Sgt Todd's faithful K9 partner Frodo. Frodo served the citizens of Salem County for 10 years and was an...
2-1-1 is a program available that helps all individuals, families, EVERYONE with various types of issues: 2-1-1 is a free, confidential referral and information service that is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week that connects people from all communities and...
On May 15, 2018 during the Borough of Penns Grove council meeting four Penns Grove Police Officers were promoted by Chief John T. Stranahan, Sr ; sworn in by the Borough Solicitor Adam Telsey with blessing performed by Police Chaplin Rev. DeWitt Timmons. Thank you to...