The Edgewater Police Department will start utilizing Body Worn Cameras in the near future. It is the policy of the Edgewater Police Department to utilize body worn video/audio cameras (BWC) to assist agency personnel in the performance of their duties by providing an accurate and unbiased recorded account of an incident.
Below are pictures of what the body worn video/audio cameras (BWC) look like and where the cameras will be positioned on the Officers.
1:6.1 Mission and Value Statement
The Edgewater Police Department is committed to serve and protect the lives, property and rights of all people within our community with respect, fairness and compassion. Through a partnership with the community, we will proactively address the quality of life issues that create the opportunity of crime and be sensitive to the needs of the community. We are also committed to develop our personnel to achieve their greatest potential to meet the challenge of policing within the Borough of Edgewater.
OFFICER IN CHARGE:
Chief Donald Martin: 201-943-2200
Captain Christina Rae: 201-943-2200
In the Edgewater Police Department, 30 officers serve the Borough through traffic patrols, emergency response, EMT aid, criminal investigations and community outreach programs.
Take a look at the message that the Edgewater Police Chief has for the citizens.
Check out what the responsibilities of Edgewater Detectives are as well as find out how to contact them.
Find out the specialized functions within the department that different officers are involved in.
Request records such as temporary handicap placards, permits, accident reports and more.
Discover some of the ordinances or rules regarding keeping the community clean.
How to apply to become a police officer in the Borough of Edgewater
File an Online Incident Report with the Edgewater Police Department
How to report an Identity Theft
Camera Registration helps Edgewater Residents and the Police Department partner in preventing and solving crime using your security camera footage only if requested.
Submit emergency contacts in case you have an accident and the Edgewater Police Department needs to contact someone for you.
Prescription Drop Box
Our Police Department accepts expired or unused medicines in our drop off box inside of Police Headquarters. No liquids or syringes.
Child Car Seat Installation Checkpoints: Please note the Police nor Fire Departments check children car seat installations.
Below is a list of places in Bergen County that do:
|Bergen County Sheriff’s Department|
327 E. Ridgewood Avenue, Paramus
Hours: 9am – 1 pm, 1st Tuesday each month
By appointment only
For appointment email: ChildCarSeat@bcsd.us
|Paramus Life Safety Complex|
46 E. Century Road, Paramus
Hours: 9am – Noon; 3rd Friday each month
No appointment needed
For information email: