The Hasbrouck Heights Police has partnered with NextDoor, a FREE private online social networking site amongst neighbors. NextDoor has several advantages to a community, allowing neighbors to share concerns, ideas, and resources amongst each other. It also has been used as a virtual Neighborhood Watch in several other communities. Join the HHPD in bringing new technology to policing.
On June 10, 2016 the Hasbrouck Heights Police participated in the 33rd Annual Torch Run for Special Olympics. The run began on Oak Grove/Williams and continued up the Boulevard to the Wood-Ridge Line.
On Friday, June 3, 2016 Chief Jack Oettinger was sworn in as the new Chief of Police of the HHPD in the 5th Annual Chief for a Day program by the Bergen County Sheriff's Department.
Unable to make the Books vs Badges Charity Volleyball game for Special Olympics of NJ, but would like to make a donation? You can make a donation at Make an online Donation. ALL Donations/Proceeds will go to benefit the athletes of the Special Olympics of NJ
On Friday, May 20th at 6:30pm in the Hasbrouck Heights HS Gym, the Grammar School teachers will face off against the HHPD in the 2nd annual Books vs Badges Volleyball game to raise money Special Olympics of NJ. Tickets are $2, kids under 12, $3 for adults, sold at the door. 92.3 AMPED radio with Morning show Shoboy, NJ Jackals- Jack the Jackal, and Special Olympics athletes all to be in attendance.