As a municipal official, I have a variety of issues that need attention but in the wake of recent gun violence, the governing body continues to make public safety its top priority. Last year, Haledon was awarded a federal grant to hire an additional police officer. Only nine towns in New Jersey received the federal aid. While many towns are forced to lay off first responders, Haledon is looking forward to adding police personnel to ensure the safety and well-being of all residents. In addition, Haledon has actively encouraged resident participation in its Neighborhood Watch program which has proved to be very successful. Our police need residents to continue to be the “eyes and ears” of their streets, sidewalks and neighborhoods. As a result of our police officers’ dedication, and the information provided by citizens, several high profile arrests have already taken place.
Employment Opportunity-Crossing Guards 2015
Haledon Police Department is currently accepting applications for crossing guards. Employment applications are available at Haledon Police Department. For further information contact Sergeant Vanderveen at 973-790-4444.
Haledon halts non-emergency utility work pending satisfactory road repairs-Press Release August 20, 2015
Haledon Mayor Domenick Stampone joins other Mayors in holding PSE&G and other utilities accountable for the road damage they leave behind after their work. Click here on Mayor Stampone's Press Release.
Bike Rodeo - October 3, 2015
The Haledon Police Department in association with the Haledon Public School, ezride and Safe Routes to School program will present a Bike Rodeo on Saturday, October 3, 2015 at 11am. For further details click here on flyer.
2015 Congressional Health Fair sponsored by Congressman Bill Pascrell Jr. and St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center
Congressman Bill Pascrell Jr. in Partnership with St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center are holding the 2015 Congressional Health Fair on Monday, September 28, 2015. Click here on flyer for details.