As per the New Jersey Attorney General’s Directive 2021-5, Body Worn Cameras, we are required to publish that the Penns Grove Police Department utilizes Body Worn Cameras.
On July 16, 2022, 988 will become the nationwide 3-digit dialing code for crisis and suicide prevention. On this date, when someone calls 988 all phones in the U.S. will connect with the crisis/suicide prevention system.
To reduce litter, New Jersey law will ban grocery and retail stores from providing plastic and paper bags starting May 4, 2022.
It’s easy to learn. You can increase the chance of someone surviving a cardiac emergency by taking a FREE American Red Cross 30-minute class.
Starting March 1, 2022, Pennsville National Bank has partnered with local police and school administrators to recognize good deeds throughout Salem County.
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 PTC certified officers.
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.