We are starting a selection process in preparation for retirements expected in 2021. All eligible candidates are invited to apply.
During the morning hours of Thursday, October 29th, police were dispatched several calls in the area of Hockey Drive, Millennium Drive, Sherwood Drive and White Pine Road for reports of overnight burglaries to vehicles. Police investigation revealed that the majority of the vehicles entered were unlocked and the burglaries occurred overnight in the early morning […]
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Visits by black bears are a regular occurrence in our township and today we have confirmation of another one paying a visit. The bear was observed in the last hour on Mill Lane, then on Manchester Court off of Hedding Road, and moments ago crossing Route 206 onto New York Avenue. Since this was the first sighting […]
The Mansfield Township Police Department is saddened to announce the passing of Retired Officer William “Bill” Stricker, Badge# 3351. Officer Stricker gave 28 years of service to the community as a special law enforcement officer with the police department. In addition, he was a volunteer member of the Franklin Fire Department and the Mansfield Township […]
Law enforcement is monitoring a statewide pattern where perpetrators telephone victims and claim that their grandchild or member of the family has been involved in a motor vehicle accident or incident that resulted in their arrest. The perpetrator arranges to meet at the victim’s residence to retrieve the money. There are currently 28 known cases […]
Yesterday, Mansfield Township realized our first confirmed case of COVID-19. We encourage everyone to heed the guidance being provided by the CDC and follow the spirit of the stay at home mandate issued by the governor. The Mansfield Township community has been supportive, understanding, and cooperative with our officers throughout this week. We appreciate your […]
On Thursday, December 5th the Mansfield Township Police Department welcomed Assistant Prosecutor Brian Faulk of the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office to Homestead at Mansfield for a presentation on elder fraud. The presentation was part of a new effort by the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office and the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office to combat the growing […]
This is a reminder that a curfew was established under Chapter 28 of the Mansfield Township Code. The curfew applies to any person under 18 years old and is in effect on: October 28th, 29th, & 30th from 8:30 p.m. until 6:00 a.m. the next day. October 31st from 9:00 p.m. until 6:00 a.m. the next […]