Category Archives: Recent News

Halloween Safety Tips


HHPD has posted some Halloween Safety tips to make your Halloween fun. A 9:30pm curfew is in effect for all juveniles on 10/30 and 10/31

5 to Drive – Teen Driver Safety Week


October 19 - October 25 is Teen Driver Safety Week. Talk to your teen with the "5 to Drive" program

Roadway CLOSED – Boulevard Paving


First Phase of Paving the Boulevard has begun causing Road closures and Heavy Traffic delays.

IRS Warns of Telephone Scam


Several Residents are receiving phone calls from individuals posing as IRS agents. Please make note that this a documented scam.



On 9/23/2104, Lodi Police had incidents of individuals posing as Water / Utility Company employees. The suspects were wearing clothing consistent with the uniforms of the companies and attempted to make entry into the residents house. There were 4 suspects

Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day -October 10th


October 10th, 2014 is National Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day. Already in New Jersey 399 people have lost their lives in Motor Vehicle Accidents in 2014.

National Voter Registration Day 9/23


On September 23, 2014 the annual event of National Voter Registration Day will be held. Individuals eligible to vote, but who are not yet registered may do so online at  This years theme for National Voter Registration Day is

Operation Take Back NJ


On September 27, 2014, bring your unused, unwanted or expired medications to Police Headquarters for proper disposal.

Annual 9-11 Memorial


The Hasbrouck Heights Annual 9-11 Memorial will be held on 9/11/14 at the Fireman’s Memorial, located at the Traffic Circle Passaic/Blvd. The Memorial will begin at 7pm. In the event of rain, the Memorial service will be held at the

Revealing TOO Much Information about your Family?


Decals and Stickers on your car could be revealing enough information for a criminal to use toward his advantage. Removing these items could keep your family safe.

Lt. Kevin Corbliss Retires


On September 1st, another respected of the HHPD has retired after 25 years of law enforcement service.

Driver Sober or Get Pulled Over 8/15 – 9/1


Between August 15 and September 1st, the HHPD will be out in force targeting impaired drivers. There is ZERO TOLERANCE.

Sgt. George Netelkos Retires on August 1st


On August 1st, Sgt Netelkos retired from the HHPD after over 25 years in Law Enforcement. The HHPD wishes him and his family Health and Happiness in his retirement

Prayers for Fallen Officers


When a police officer is killed, it's not an agency that loses an officer, it's an entire nation

Congratulations Jr. Police Academy Class #15


On June 27th, 47 Jr. Recruits graduated the 15th annual HH Jr. Police Academy.

Congratulations to the Special Olympic Athletes


Congratulations to the Special Olympic Athletes as the closing ceremonies were held on June 21, 2014

Heatstroke is the #2 killer among children


Heatstroke is the #2 killer of children besides car crashes. Heatstroke can be prevented. Here's some tips and warnings signs, to assure children's safety.

National Special Olympic Torch Comes to the HHPD


The National Special Olympics Torch made a special appearance at the HHPD due to the amount of money the HHPD has raised toward their worthy cause.