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MISSION STATEMENT
We, the Members of the Maywood Police Department are committed to our mission of being responsive to our community in the delivery of quality services. Recognizing our responsibility to maintain order and to provide for the public safety of all residents, our objective is to improve the quality of life through a community partnership which promotes safe and secure neighborhoods. 

CONTACT US

EMERGENCY: DIAL 911

PHONE: 201-845-8800

FAX: 201-845-0304

UPDATED: 6/27/22

LATEST NEWS & EVENTS

MPD welcomes two new officers

6.1.22

The Maywood Police Department is proud to announce and congratulate our two new Officers, P.O. Stephanie Laurent #56 & P.O. Alana Luna #57. We wish the both of them nothing but a safe and successful career!

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2022 Police Youth Academy

5.16.22

The Maywood Police Department will once again be participating in the Hackensack Police Department's  Annual Police Youth Academy, for qualified young men and women who are in grades 7 thru 12. Students from Maywood are eligible to attend.

This week long program will be held Monday, August 8, 2022 to Friday, August 12, 2022.

There is no overnight parking on all borough streets from 3AM - 5AM per Ordinance 312-10. Violators will be ticketed. Residents requesting permission to park guest vehicles must submit requests online at the link below.

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.

The academy will provide each participant with uniforms to be worn each day, including graduation.

Applications can be obtained at HERE and are due back to the Maywood PD HQ by June 30, 2022 at 09:00AM.

Any questions, please contact Maywood PD Officer Andrew Mulligan at 201-845-2900 ext. 153

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Body-Worn Cameras Implemented

3.1.22

The Maywood Police are now using body-worn cameras, in compliance with New Jersey Attorney General Guidelines. Law enforcement agencies are using body-worn cameras in various ways: to improve evidence collection, to strengthen officer performance and accountability, to enhance agency transparency, to document encounters between police and the public, and to investigate and resolve complaints and officer involved incidents.

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2.15.22

The Maywood Police Department is proud to recognize its officers or telecommunicators who have executed outstanding police work or have gone above and beyond their duties in serving the community. 

VIEW COMMENDATIONS HERE

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Maywood needs your help identifying vulnerable residents

5.14.21

The Borough of Maywood recognizes the importance of communication with all members of the public particularly vulnerable residents.  The Maywood Police Department has created an emergency assistance form for residents and caregivers to identify at-risk members of our community. This information will be helpful during a storm, power outage or other town emergency.  It can also aid police and medical help if the resident is not answering the phone or able to open the door.  Please complete the form and return to the Maywood Police Department at 15 Park Avenue, Maywood, NJ 07607.

EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE FORM

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