The Pine Hill Police Department is initiating the recruitment process for the position of Police Officer. The Department is currently seeking to establish an eligibility list for current and future vacancies within our agency with energetic, dedicated and hardworking individuals who are currently PTC certified Police Officers or are in the process of obtaining their certification. PTC certified SLEOII Officers who are within three years of their certification date and capable of obtaining a PTC waiver for Police Officer will also be eligible for consideration.
The Pine Hill Police Department is initiating the recruitment process for the position of SLEOII Officers. The Department is currently seeking to establish an eligibility list for current and future vacancies within our agency with energetic, dedicated and hardworking individuals who are currently PTC certified SLEOII Officers or recently retired Police Officers.
Surveillance & Traffic Enforcement Operation Results in Seizure of Heroin, Crack Cocaine, Marijuana & Stolen Handgun During the week of February 23rd, the Pine Hill Detective and Patrol Bureaus conducted coordinated surveillance and traffic enforcement operations in the area of The Greens of Pine Hill in response to increased narcotic activity complaints.
On Thursday, March 26th, 2015 the Pine Hill Police Department will be hosting a free community Narcan training being conducted by the South Jersey AIDS Alliance. The training will take place in the Pine Hill Municipal Building located at 45 W. 7th Avenue, Pine Hill NJ 08021. The training will begin at 6:00pm and you will receive a free Narcan Kit at the completion of the training.
For the seventh consecutive year, Pine Hill Officers joined the Pine Hill School District and other community members for the annual NEA Read Across America Read-a-Thon. Eight members of the Pine Hill Police Department participated in the event held on February 24th at the Dr. Albert Bean and John H. Glenn Elementary Schools, reading one or more of Dr. Seuss’ classic children’s books to the enthusiastic students. Additional Officers will be joining community members on February 26th at the John H. Glenn School. This year, a total of 45 different classes had a Pine Hill Officer read a Dr. Seuss classic.
During the month of February, Officers from the Pine Hill Police Department teamed up with the Camden County Women’s Center & Pine Hill School District to promote healthy dating relationship decisions while raising awareness for Teen Domestic & Dating Violence in our schools and community.
On 02/16/2015 two suspects were taken into custody by Pine Hill Detectives and subsequently charged with robbery and firearms crimes related to the incident reported on 02/13/2015 in the 700 block of Blackwood-Clementon Road. A black pellet gun, identical to a semi-automatic handgun was also seized during the investigation. The arrests were the direct result of information obtained through responses to our social media requests for assistance.
Pine Hill Sikh Gurdwara Leadership & Department of Justice Present Sikh Cultural Understanding Training
Leadership from the Guru Nanak Sikh Society of Pine Hill and representatives of the Department of Justice Community Relations Service presented Sikh cultural understanding training to members of the Pine Hill, Clementon and Pine Valley Police Departments. The training was held over two days at the Pine Hill Police Administration Building as part of a continuing series of training events focused on establishing trusting relationships with community members.
The Pine Hill Police Department encourages residents to use the department as a safe zone for Craigslist and other online trading community transactions. Although online trading communities such as forums, chatrooms and other popular sites provide convenient methods for trading, bartering and selling goods with well-intentioned individuals, many unsuspecting buyers and sellers find themselves victims of violent crime.
The Pine Hill Police Department once again wishes to remind residents to lock their vehicles at all times. Residents are reminded they need to protect their property and lock their cars. Opportunistic thieves target unlocked vehicles and steal valuable items, particularly GPS units, IPODS, and computers. A group of thieves can move through the area very quickly entering unlocked vehicles. The vast majority of the time thieves will move passed a locked vehicle because they don’t want to expend the time or risk getting caught trying to enter it.