Haledon

Police Department

 Notice to the Community

 

As the Officer-in-Charge of the Haledon Borough Police Department, I take tremendous pride in leading our great police officers in our committed effort in keeping our community safe and to preserve quality of life.  The key to successfully keeping any neighborhood safe is collaboration between the community and their police department.  Therefore, I urge you to report any suspicious activity and/or quality of life issues to the Haledon Borough Police Department.  Public safety is everyone’s responsibility and, as such, we must all work together. I also ask that you opt-in to our NIXLE Connect System to receive alerts and emergency notifications from the Haledon Borough Police Department via text and/or email.  To opt in, you can simply text our zip code, 07508, to 888777 or visit nixle.com. 

  Suspicious Activity   Quality of Life Issues  
     A vehicle is parked in an odd location, a package/luggage is unattended, a window/door is open that is usually closed, or other out-of-the-ordinary situations occur.    Loud music/noise emanating from a residence or a vehicle.    
     Person(s) congregating loudly and/or obstructing the passage of pedestrians.    
     Parking violations or vehicles left idling unattended.       
     Person(s) questions individuals at a level beyond curiosity about a building’s purpose, operations, security procedures and/or personnel, shift changes, etc.  
               Vandalism (Graffiti).   
     Juveniles leaving bicycles unattended on a sidewalk or unsafely riding a bicycle.   
     Someone pays unusual attention to facilities/buildings.  They may seek floor plans or take photos.              Littering.   
               Abandoned/inoperable vehicles.   
               Illegal Dumping.   
               Usage or Sales of Illicit Drugs.              Excessive barking/loose animals.  

Although some of these activities could be innocent, our law enforcement professionals will determine whether the behavior warrants investigation.  

If you wish to report something, please do not hesitate to contact our police department at 973.790.4444.  If there’s an emergency, you may also dial 9-1-1.

   

Respectfully, in cooperation with Mayor Domenick Stampone and the Haledon Council,   

Deputy Chief of Police Angelo J. Daniele, Officer-in-Charge 

 

 

 

973-790-4444

FAX: 973-790-0966

 

CHIEF

Louis Mercuro

 

Deputy Chief

Angelo Daniele 

 

LIEUTENANT

Chris Lemay   George Guzman

 

SERGEANTS

 

Donald Vanderveen  Michael Susen  Frank Conca  George Kelly  Jessica Funes

 

DETECTIVE

George Kelly/Timothy Lindberg

 

POLICE OFFICERS

Michael Palmer Jake Rutkowski Semir Celoski
 April Latona Edar Merza Christian Clavo
John Bonilla Andrea Len Timothy Lindberg
     

SPECIAL POLICE OFFICERS CLASS II

Captain John Lindberg Lieutenant Angelo DiPaola Lieutenant Bruce Baker
Sergeant John Jones Lieutenant Ray Hamilton Lieutenant Waeil Dashoka
 Karol Sokolski Nicola Onnembo John Gulino 
Steven Guzman Kirkor Dokum Tom Kiritsis
Antulio Negron Wassim Helwani  James Iandoli
Jeffrey Welsh Angelo DiPaola, Jr.  
 Tim McDonough    
     

SPECIAL POLICE OFFICERS CLASS I

Kevin Patino Jante Altadouka Jacob Warnet 
Richard Roat Thurston Johnson Harrison Brunining
 Nicolette Aponte Sabrina Rosado  Marquis Bethea
Evelina Kot  Jonathan Velez Victor Malave
Blanquery Tejeda Joseph Fahy  
Jayson Ortiz    
Kyle Joaquin    Eric Paredes
Danielle Della Vecchia  Antherson Ramirez Edward Akins III
 Camelia Valentin Jonathan Velez