Category Archives: Recent News

Prayers for Fallen Officers


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

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.

Food Pantry Donations Needed


The Hasbrouck Heights Food Pantry is in desperate need of donations from the public.

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

School’s Out Safety


With school out for Summer, the HHPD offers some tips on keeping children safe and healthy.

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.

Thank You Maria Esteves of MADD


Maria Esteves of MADD spoke to HHHS Seniors about losing a loved one to a drunk driver.

The Effects of Drinking and Driving On Display


A vehicle involved in a DWI Accident is on display in front of HH High School for students to see the effects of drinking and driving.

Austin Alvarez Takes Over as Chief


Chief Alvarez sworn in as HH Police Chief on June 6, 2014.

One Question Could Save Your Child’s Life


June 24th is National "ASK" Asking Saves Kids Day. One question can save kids lives.

#4 in the State


The HHPD raises the Fourth highest donations for the Special Olympics throughout the State.

Thank You


The HHPD wants to take a moment to thank all who have served and are currently serving in our military for all that you do. THANK YOU