Atlantic Highlands: Police Officer (Full-time position with full medical benefits) Applicants must have Class A Certification or be eligible for waiver from Special II to Class A. Applicants must have passed Monmouth County Chiefs of Police Entrance Exam. Pick up an application at Atlantic Highlands Police Department, 100 First Ave, Atlantic Highlands, NJ or www.ahnj.com . No applications accepted after 4/15/17
Red Bank Police Dept is hiring a full-time dispatcher. Candidates should turn in an application and resume to the Borough Administrator’s office no later than April 20th. Applications can be obtained from the Borough website www.redbanknj.org
Red Bank Police Dept. is hiring part-time seasonal Special Law Enforcement Officer Class 1’s for summer 2017. Employment will be from approximately May 1st through September 15th. Training will be provided. Applications can be obtained from the Borough website www.redbanknj.org and should be turned in to the Borough Administrator’s office no later than April 15th.
Red Bank Police Dept is seeking candidates for part-time year round Special Law Enforcement Officer Class 2. Candidates who are currently PTC certified Class 2 officers are strongly preferred. Applications can be obtained from the Borough website at www.redbanknj.org and should be turned in directly to the Office of the Chief of Police no later than April 20th.
The Monmouth County Police Chief’s Association, a 501(c)(3) organization will be holding our annual Golf Outing on April 24, 2017 at the Manasquan River Golf Club in 843 Riverview Drive, Brielle, NJ 08730. This is one of our primary fund raising activities.
We appreciate all who have supported us in the past, and ask for your support again this year.
Monmouth County Officials Took Part In A Countywide Active Shooter Preparedness Drill On December 6, 2016.
Monmouth County Police Chiefs work with all the police departments in Monmouth County as well as the County agencies work together closely. We come together to try and prepare for any situation any one town may face with the assistance of all Local and County entities for the safety of the communities we serve.
Principles of the Monmouth County Police Chiefs Association
- To serve all people within our respective jurisdictions with respect, dignity and civility.
- To foster a partnership with the public and enhance the professionalism of Police throughout the County of Monmouth and the State of New Jersey.
- We are committed to the prevention of crime and to the protection of life and property.
- We are committed to the preservation of peace, order and safety.
- We are committed to the enforcement of laws and the safeguarding of constitutional guarantees.
Message from the President
Welcome to the brand new and much improved web experience of the Monmouth County Chiefs of Police Association.
We are an association of Law Enforcement leaders and executives committed to protecting the residents of Monmouth County, and to those who visit or travel through our great county.
Our association is committed to providing the best training available to the men and woman in Law Enforcement, and to ingrain professionalism, integrity and pride into all of our police officers through a cooperative effort with the Monmouth County Police Academy.
President Edward Kerr Jr.
Chief of Police
Spring Lake Police Department
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Ice Bucket Challenge
Although some time has passed, The Monmouth County Chiefs of Police Association took the "Ice Bucket Challenge" in honor of retired Chief Dan Scimeca, who has been diagnosed with ALS. The need for donations and research is still strong, so please help how you can.
For more information about the Ice Bucket Challenge or ALS, Please visit The ALS Asscociation