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Madison, NJ 07940 (map)
The Madison Police Department, comprised of 26 sworn officers, 4 Dispatchers, 1 Parking Enforcement personnel, 2 Confidential Secretaries, 1 Records Clerk and the Auxiliary Police, is responsible for the safety and protection of its citizens. Comprised of four divisions, Patrol Division, Investigative Division, Traffic Safety Division and the Emergency Service Unit, the Police Department responds to all calls for assistance, including fire and emergency medical assistance, and Homeland Security concerns. The Police Department serves as the public answering point for all 9-1-1 calls within the Borough of Madison. Whenever a resident calls 9-1-1, the telephone will be answered by Madison Police personnel who will then dispatch the associated emergency response units. The Police Department responds to all 9-1-1 emergencies. The Madison Police Department also oversees Project Community Pride of Southeast Morris County. This is a youth diversion and counseling program, which encompasses Madison, Chatham Borough and Florham Park. This program currently has available social and bilingual social workers to assist the youth and families in these communities whenever a crisis may occur in the household or when youth are involved with law enforcement. It is used as a diversion program from the county criminal justice system.
After 4:00 p.m. and on weekends, the Police Communication desk handles all calls for emergency assistance in the Borough, including water, electric and sewer.
In the event of an emergency, all residents are urged to call 9-1-1 or the Madison Police Department at (973) 593-3000.
The Madison Police Department is now on Twitter and Facebook! Please use the links below to follow us.
Police Department appoints three Probationary Police Officers
On January 13, 2014 at the Borough Council meeting, the Madison Police Department swore in three new Probationary Police Officers. Christopher Williams badge 143, Nicholas Lunetta badge 144 and Bartlomeij Glab badge 145 were the newest additions to the police department. Williams is a recent graduate of the Morris County Police Academy and a United States Marine. Nicholas Lunetta was a Detective for the Burlington County Prosecutors Office and previously was a police officer for the City of Baltimore Maryland. Bartolmeij Glab worked for the Middlesex County College Police Department. Prior to that he was a Class II Special Police Officer for the Hoboken Police Department.
Left to right: Ptl. Nicholas Lunetta, Ptl. Christopher Williams, Ptl. Bartlomeij Glab
Police Department Promotes new Chief, two Lieutenants and two Sergeants.
At the January 28, 2013 Council Meeting, the Madison Police Department swore in Chief Darren Dachisen, Lieutenant Joseph Cirella and Lieutenant Dennis Lam, Sergeant Sean Plumstead and Sergeant Craig Perrelli. The event was attended by numerous family, friends, former Madison Police Chiefs and officers, present Madison Police officers and dispatchers, and officers from other police agencies.
Police Department Hires New Probationary Patrolman.
The October 22, 2012 Council Meeting saw the swearing in of Stephanie Corrao as Probationary Patrolman. Her appointment brings the total officers in the department to 26.
Madison Police Department Open House A Success!
The Madison Police Department hosted an open house on Saturday June 26, 2010 and welcomed over 500 visitors. Tours were given to groups showing the many different areas of the building. Visitors viewed areas such as the state of the art dispatch center, muster room, evidence room, detention area and sally port. Officers gave talks outlining the functions of each rooms and viewed evidence ranging from assault rifles to drugs taken in during arrests. The Emergency Services Unit gave hands on demonstration of various weapons and equipment used by the members. At the conclusion of the tour, the groups were treated with ice cream; a great way to cool off during a hot and sunny day! For photos of the event, click on the "open house" link on the navigation bar to the right.
Madison Police Department proudly announces our baseball cards community policing program.
The police department in keeping with the spirit of community policing and positive interaction with the youth of Madison introduces baseball cards for all members of the department. Officers will be handing out baseball cards to anyone who is interested in collecting them. The cards will have a brief bio of the officer on the back along with the merchant who sponsored him or her. Please feel free to approach any officer you see and ask for a card.