Police Department

Our Mission
The Mullica Township Police Dept is  responsible for patrolling nearly sixty square miles.  This task is carried out by some of the most professional and dedicated men in law enforcement. Our mission is to work in a true partnership with our fellow citizens of Mullica Township to enhance the quality of life in our Township and, by raising the level of public safety through law enforcement, to reduce the fear and incidence of crime.  In accomplishing these goals service will be our commitment, honor and integrity our mandate.
(As of July 1, 2011)
How to Commend a Mullica Twp Police Officer

Mullica Twp Police Officers make every effort to perform their duties in a competent, courteous and professional manner. Frequently, many officers exceed the expectations of the public by providing exceptional service that surpasses the norm. If you observe an officer performing their duties in a manner that you think is exceptional and reflects favorably upon the officer and the Department, we encourage you to take a moment and tell us about it.

Officers take great pride in being recognized by members of the public when they have performed their duties in an exceptional manner. Perhaps more importantly, officers who receive such accolades and encouragement from the citizenry recognize how their efforts are appreciated. Such an encouraging atmosphere improves officer morale and encourages all officers to work harder to improve their individual performance and the quality of the services they provide to the public.

If you would like to tell us about an exceptional service that you were the recipient of or observed being done for someone else, you may write to the Police Chief at the address provided or, if you prefer, you may use the handy online form we’ve provided for that purpose. No matter which you choose, please accept our thanks for sharing your experience with us. We appreciate being appreciated!

Chief John Thompson      
Mullica Twp Police Dept 
PO Box 317
Elwood, NJ 08217

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The New Jersey State Police is aware of unknown actor(s) spoofing one of our phone lines. The suspect(s) has been calling people, telling them that they have active arrest warrants. The caller requests victims make payment via credit card or risk going to jail.

The New Jersey State Police does not call people to solicit funds over the phone for an outstanding warrant or any other purpose. If you are called by someone stating they are from the State Police asking for your credit card information, do not engage in conversation. Simply hang up the phone. The matter is currently under investigation.
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