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Complaints against members of the Berkeley Heights Police Department may be made by phone, letter or in person.
Complaints may be made to any supervisor in the Police Department; however, a complaint filed directly at the Police Department can be processed and assigned for investigation fastest. Contact the Police Department by calling 908-464-1111 and the address of the Police Department is:29 Park AvenueBerkeley Heights, NJ 07922
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The Berkeley Heights Police Department Internal Affairs Division is mandated to investigate allegations of misconduct against employees of the Berkeley Heights Police Department. It is a fact finding entity, and its purpose is three-fold:
All complaints received by the Department are processed through the Internal Affairs Unit. When a complaint is received, it is reviewed to determine the nature of the allegations.
The most serious type of complaints are investigated by the Internal Affairs Division. These complaints involve allegations such as:
Complaints comparatively less serious in nature, such as rude behavior or improper procedure, are forwarded to the individual officer's division for investigation. In every case, the person making the complaint will be contacted during the investigation for additional information, and will be notified by mail of the final disposition.
Citizens who feel an officer has performed his or her duties in a particularly courteous, helpful or competent manner may express their appreciation in a number of ways.
Contact any supervisor (in person or by telephone) at Police Headquarters Write a letter to the officer, the officer's Supervisor or to:
Be sure to obtain the officer's name and badge number if possible.
You can contact the Police Department by calling 908-464-1111 or in person at:29 Park AvenueBerkeley Heights, NJ 07922