15TH ANNUAL POLICE YOUTH ACADEMY
|MAYWOOD SPECIAL POLICE ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
4/2/15 - The Maywood Special Police are accepting applications for membership for Special Class 1 officers. Applications can be picked up at Maywood Police Headquarters and must be returned by May 1, 2015.
The following are the Borough of Maywood requirements:
A. No person may be appointed as a special law enforcement officer unless the person:
(1) Is a resident of this State during the term of employment.
(2) Is able to read, write and speak the English language well and intelligently and has a high school diploma or its equivalent.
(3) Is sound in body and of good health.
(4) Is of good moral character.
(5) Has not been convicted of any offense involving dishonesty or which would make him unfit to perform the duties of his office.
(6) Has successfully undergone the same psychological testing that is required of all full-time police officers in the Borough of Maywood.
B. No person shall be appointed to serve as a special law enforcement officer in more than one municipality at the same time, nor shall any permanent, regularly appointed full-time police officer of any municipality be appointed as a special law enforcement officer, nor shall any public official with responsibility for setting law enforcement policy or exercising authority over the budget of the Borough of Maywood or supervision of the Maywood Police Department be appointed as a special law enforcement officer.
C. Every applicant for the position of special law enforcement officer shall have his or her fingerprints taken, which fingerprints, upon appointment to such position, shall be filed with the Division of State Police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
D. The Chief of Police or, in his absence, other chief law enforcement officer of the Borough shall conduct a background investigation of the applicant to ascertain the eligibility and qualifications of the applicant and shall report these determinations, in writing, to the Mayor and Council.
Any questions please contact Officer Glenn Tutschek, (201) 845-8800
MPOA SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE
3/23/15 - The Maywood Police Officers Association is accepting applications for their 2015 Scholarship Program. Applicants must be Maywood residents. Applications are to be filled out completely and returned in a sealed envelope to Maywood Police Headquarters no later than May 1, 2015. A typed letter explaining why you are applying for the scholarship and how it will help you attain your future goals must be submitted with the application. Applications can be download by clicking the link below or can be picked up at Police Headquarters located at 15 Park Avenue.
DOWNLOAD SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION
1/22/15 - The Hackensack Police Department is proud to announce it's 15th Annual Police Youth Academy, for qualified young men and women who are in grades 8 through 12.
This year we will again be expanding to include students from all of our sending districts and officers from the Maywood, Rochelle Park, South Hackensack Police Departments and Hackensack Fire Department.
This week long program will be held Monday April 6, 2015 to Friday April 10, 2015, at the Nellie K. Parker School, (Maple Hill Drive & Central Ave.) from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm.
Our objective is a week of education and fun through a Police Academy format. The five-day curriculum will include various presentations from guest law enforcement agencies, day trips, military drills, and physical training to give the student an idea of types of training involved in becoming an emergency responder.
Applications can be obtained at www.hackensack.org and are due back to the Hackensack Police Department by March 13, 2015. Any questions, please call P.O. Matthew Parodi at 201-845-2900 ext. 137 or the Hackensack PD Juvenile Bureau at 201-646-7682.
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Maywood Police Officers'
Association is pleased to
announce Hannah Demuro as
the winner of the 2014 MPOA
Scholarship. Hannah was
selected from a pool of over
20 applicants and received
$1,000.00 towards her
college education. The MPOA
would like to wish Hannah
the best of luck in her
future endeavors. Pictured
below: Hannah receives her
award from Officers Wuhrl
MPD INVESTIGATING TWO ARSON
PUBLIC'S HELP IN
LOCATING MISSING PERSON
The Maywood Police
Department is asking for
the public's assistance
in locating Mr. Colin
was last seen on
approximately 1400 hours
when he was dropped off
in the area of his
residence near Essex
Street and Maybrook
Colin is described as a
54 year old white male,
5’ 8” tall, 185 lbs.
black and gray hair and
is missing a front
He has a lazy
right eye (amblyopia),
may be wearing glasses
and a khaki jumpsuit.
possibly be in need of
medical attention and is
currently not taking his
area hospitals are to
check their registries
and to notify the
Department if Colin
Harth is located.
Anyone who may know the
whereabouts of Colin
Harth is strongly urged
to contact the Maywood
N.J. Police Department
immediately at (201)
Please direct any
questions to the Maywood
Police Detective Bureau.
The Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office and
the Maywood Police Department are looking
for information relative to two early
morning fires that have been determined to
be intentionally set (arson).
On Sunday, March, 2, 2014 at approximately
5:30 a.m., the Maywood Police Department
received a 911 call reporting an explosion
and fire in a detached garage of an
apartment complex located at 5 Hammell
Place, Maywood. The Maywood Police and Fire
Departments responded to the scene and began
extinguishing the fire. The explosion heard
by the 9-1-1 caller was simply the result of
the fire, not the cause of it. It was
determined that an unknown person(s)
intentionally lit the fire, which then
caused several containers kept in the garage
While fighting the fire on Hammell Place,
they received a fire alarm at 8 Windsor
Court, Maywood. The Maywood Fire Department
responded and found a fire in the garage
underneath the apartment building of 8
Windsor Court. The fire consumed one vehicle
and caused damage to others. The fire was
extinguished and no injuries were reported.
It should be noted that the apartment
building above the garage was occupied with
numerous tenants at the time of the fire and
the possibility of injury and/or death
The Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office, Arson
Squad conducted an investigation and both
fires were determined to be intentionally
set, arson fires.
Prosecutor Molinelli is asking for
the public’s assistance with this case.
Anyone with information regarding these
fires is encouraged to contact the Bergen
County Prosecutor’s Office, Anonymous TIPS
line at 201-226-5532 or the Maywood Police
Department at 201-845-8800.
IMPLEMENTS SWIFT911™ PROGRAM
In an effort to provide more reliable and
effective communications with citizens, the Borough of Maywood has
implemented SwiftReach Networks, Inc. as our emergency notification
By following the link to the right, residents
can enter up to four phone numbers into our Swift911 Database.
Swift911™ is a system designed to make phone calls to specific
people or areas in the event of an emergency or for sharing
important information. It is a high speed notification program with
the capability of delivering recorded warnings to the entire
community, via telephone, email, text or pager.
MPD SEIZE OVER TWO POUNDS OF
The Maywood Police Department arrested a resident
for possession of marijuana with intent to
On July 8th
at approximately 9:30 pm, P.O. Erik Aronson was
dispatched to a reported suspicious vehicle
complaint. After interviewing the
passenger of the vehicle and locating where the
driver was visiting, P.O. Aronson detected an odor
of raw marijuana emanating from inside the residence
where the driver was visiting.
Contact was made with the resident who consented to
a search of the home which resulted in the
confiscation of over two pounds of marijuana and
associated drug paraphernalia.
The resident was charged with
possession of a controlled dangerous substance,
possession of a controlled dangerous substance with
intent to distribute, possession of drug
paraphernalia, possession of drug paraphernalia with
intent to distribute and maintaining a nuisance.
The resident was processed at
Police Headquarters and released pending his court
AVA BORNTRAGER - MAYWOOD'S
"CHIEF FOR A DAY"
“Chief for a day”. For those of you who don't
know what’s it’s about, it’s a day for creating
memories that will last a lifetime. This is a
program that was opened up to Bergen County
Police Departments by Bergen County Sheriff
It's an inspirational program to brighten the
lives of local children with a life threatening
condition or chronic health conditions.
With donations, we...
are able to provide the "Chief" with her
uniform, plaques, breakfast, seating/meals for
her family at the ceremony, and unbelievable
After being pickup up at her house, she was
brought into the Maywood Police Station where
she met members of her department. Ava was sworn
in as Chief by Mayor Padovano and immediately
had to meet members of the press.
After her tour of the police station, off to
Memorial School for her kindergartner
graduation, followed by more press and photos at
the Bergen County Court House with more
Following that, a police precession went to the
Landmark in East Rutherford, where the ceremony
was held. During the ceremony she was called up
from where she was presented with her plaque
from the Chiefs and Mr. Aiello and Mr. Cordle.
Overall, it was a great day for Chief Ava, and
all the members of the Maywood Police
Department, that will always leave the greatest
of memories for all!
ARRESTS SERIAL BANK ROBBERS
29th, The Maywood Police Department arrested the
boyfriend / girlfriend duo of Samantha Dixon, 30,
and Lamont Moseley, 28, both of Paterson, in
connection with the robbery of the TD Bank on May...wood
Avenue on March 27th. On that date, Dixon entered
the bank and passed a note to the teller demanding
money, Moseley was waiting in a vehicle nearby.
After their arrest, the two confessed to detectives
from Maywood and the Fair Lawn Police Departments to
the commission of four other bank robberies of TD
banks in Fair Lawn, Elmwood Park, Haledon, and
Totowa. Moseley also confessed to a December 2011
robbery of a TD bank in Paterson. Charges from the
other jurisdictions involved are pending. Dixon and
Moseley were committed to the Bergen County Jail on
$75,000 bail each, with no 10% option