Answer: The Willingboro Police Department offers fingerprinting for all of its residence. You will need to bring proof of identification and residency to the Police station.
Answer: Our Crime Prevention Unit is responsible for alarm registrations. Their office is located in the lower level of the police station.
Their office hours are:
Monday – Friday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Answer: In order to retrieve your vehicle you will need to bring the following to the police station for the Vehicle Release Form:
After producing these documents, you will be given the Impound release form and informed where your vehicle is being store.
NOTE: the impound company will not release your vehicle without the release form.
Answer: Reports are given out for the Police Records room.
The hours are as follows:
Tuesday - Friday from 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Mondays 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
A fee of $.75 per page is charged.
Answer: The Township of Willingboro has a curfew to keep all juveniles under the age of 17 off of the public streets from 10:00 PM – 5:00 AM Sunday through Thursday. 11:59 PM – 5:00 AM for Friday and Saturday.
Answer: The Willingboro Police Department holds its Bike registration several times through out the year. When a registration date is scheduled, notices are sent to the local newspapers as well as being posted at the Municipal Building. You can also call 609 877 3001 for more information.
Answer: If the summons is marked "Court Appearance Required" Call the Court administrator at least one week before your court date to enter you plea. All other summons can be paid either on line at http://www.judiciary.state.nj.us/atswep/njmcdirectmain or payment can be mailed to the address on the back of the summons or in person at the Willingboro Municipal Building, Court Administrator’s office. Payment must be made before your court date or a warrant could be issued for your arrest.
Answer: If you missed your court date, most likely a warrant has been issued for your arrest. Contact the Court Administrators where the violation occurred to make arrangements to pay the imposed fine.
Answer: We are a Civil Service police department. The examination for getting hired is administered by the New Jersey Department of Personal.
*See Recruiting Section