The Pine Hill Education Foundation will be hosting the 2nd Annual Community Color Run on Saturday, May 28, 2016 from 7:30am – 9:00am at Overbrook High School. Please drive with caution in the area and watch for pedestrians.
President Ronald Reagan proclaimed May 25th as National Missing Children’s Day on May 25th 1983
In 2014, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) launched the “Take 25” campaign which encouraged parents, grandparents, teachers and other concerned adults to take 25 minutes to talk to children about safety and abduction prevention. Last May, NCMEC transitioned Take 25 into a broader-based approach to include areas such as child sex trafficking and children with autism who wander. Information regarding the new campaign can be found at MissingKids.org/BeHereForKids.
As motorists take to the roads this Memorial Day holiday, the Pine Hill Police Department is urging everyone to buckle up. Beginning May 23, 2016, Pine Hill Officers will taking part in the 2016 national Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement mobilization and cracking down on motorists who are not belted.
As we kick-off the busy summer driving season, it is critical that everyone buckles up every time they go out, day and night – no excuses. – Click It or Ticket.
The Pine Hill Police Department will be hosting a series of community meetings in various locations within the Borough to engage, inform and educate residents on neighborhood watch techniques, PHPD programs and resources, and to engage in open discussions about concerns specific to your neighborhood.
The next meeting of the series will take place at the Bromley Estates Clubhouse on Thursday, June 2, 2016 from 7:00pm – 9:00pm.
While each location may have topics specific to the area in which the meeting is held, meetings are open to all residents!
Look for meeting dates and locations on our webpage at www.pinehillpd.com and through NIXLE.
SAVE THE DATE
Bicycle Rodeo and Child Safety Seat Inspection Event being held on Sunday, 5, June, 2016 at Overbrook High School from 10:00am – 2:00pm.
National Night Out on Tuesday, August 2, 2016 at Overbrook High School from 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Bicycle Safety Rodeo and Child Seat Inspection Event
Sunday, June 5, 2016 10:00am – 2:00pm
Join Pine Hill Officers on Sunday, June 5, 2016 for the Bicycle Safety Rodeo and Child Safety Seat Inspection Event at Overbrook High School on Turnersville Road.
The Bicycle Safety Rodeo and PHPD Bicycle Registration Program will be running throughout the event in the main lot of Overbrook High School. Bring your bike for inspection and registration, take part in the obstacle course with PHPD Bike Officers and learn safety and security tips.
A limited supply of free bike helmets will be available from the Safe Kids Southern New Jersey, led by Cooper University Hospital. The Caffeinated Cyclist of Pitman will be joining us and supporting the event.
The Pine Hill Police Department has collaborated with Cooper Hospital – Safe Kids of Southern NJ, and Camden County Highway Traffic Safety for the Child Passenger Safety Seat Inspections.
Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for children 1-12 years old. From 2006 to 2010, 4,028 children (age 12 and younger in a passenger vehicle) were killed and an estimated 660,000 were injured, in motor vehicle traffic crashes – more than the entire population of Boston, Massachusetts.
“Parents who really know it all, know for sure their child is in the right car seat.” For more information visit Safercar.gov/therightseat, to find out for sure if you have your child in the right car seat. The site also has important information on car seat use and installation such as How- to videos, recall notifications, and NHTSA’s car seat ease-of-use ratings.
Rita’s of Pine Hill will be providing free water ice to all attendees and Wawa of Pine Hill will be providing free water!
We hope to see you there!
Thank you to everyone who attended and helped make the 2016 Pine Hill Senior Citizens Narcotic Pill Safety and Disposal Luncheon a success. Over 50 area seniors attended the event and met with Pine Hill police officers, fire fighters, members of the Municipal Alliance, Council members Jaxel and Knott and others. In addition we were joined by our business partners, Audubon Savings Bank, Heart of Gold Jewelers, Penick Chiropractic, and Walgreens.
Chief Winters discussed the current opiate epidemic in the area and stressed the importance of utilizing the department’s Project Medicine Drop permanent take back location at Police Headquarters and the mobile unit. All attendees were also given lightweight, drawstring bags, emblazoned with the Pine Hill Police Department seal to store unused, unwanted and expired medications as a reminder to dispose of them properly with the department.
Attendees learned about current scam trends targeting seniors and about the Swift911 emergency community notification system. Many of those in attendance signed up for the Swift911 system while at the event with the help of Sgt. Farrell.
Walgreens provided free blood pressure testing and shingles immunization shots. Dr. Penick provided health tips and explained the benefits of chiropractic care for seniors and our Branch Manager Nora Palumbi of Audubon Savings Bank helped us serve our seniors. Fire Commissioner Jim Wakeley provided key information regarding the operation and budget of the Pine Hill Fire District.
The Municipal Alliance was proud to introduce Mayor Betty Ann Cowling-Carson of Magnolia who is the Camden County Municipal Alliance Coordinator. Mayor Cowling-Carson is a great friend of the Pine Hill Municipal Alliance and partner of the Pine Hill Police Department. She serves on the Camden County Addiction Awareness Task Force along with Chief Winters. Thank you for showing your support at our event!
Thank you to all of the Municipal Alliance volunteers, our community partners and our beloved Pine Hill senior citizens for making the event a success. We will see you in 2017!
PHPD Launches Autism Disorder / At-Risk Individual Registration Program in recognition of Autism Awareness Month 2016
The Pine Hill Police Department has created a registry for individuals with Autism or disabilities in efforts to give officers quick access in an emergency to critical information about an at-risk person who is registered. The registry can provide officers with emergency contact information, detailed physical descriptions, known routines, favorite attractions or special needs of an individual with Autism Disorder or other disabilities such as: Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Down Syndrome or any other endangered individuals.
This information can greatly assist police officers when time is essential in communicating and dealing with an emergency situation involving a person with Autism Disorder as well as other disabilities.
The registration form is three pages and asks for valuable information that the police officer may need when helping at-risk individuals. We ask that all questions be filled out completely and a current photograph be provided. If you are unable to supply a photograph, the Pine Hill Police Department can take one for you. The information you provide is confidential and will only be used by our police officers.
If any of the information on the registration changes you are encouraged to inform the police department as soon as possible. We will look to update the registration yearly to ensure we have the most current information and photographs.
The form may be accessed on the Pine Hill Police Department website via the At-risk Individual Registration link . The form is fillable and can be submitted directly from the form via email or it may be submitted at the Police Administration or given to any Pine Hill Police Officer. Additional information may be obtained by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 856-783-1549.
The Pine Hill Police Department was honored to participate in the Overbrook High School People’s Choice Awards Program. The People’s Choice Awards Program at Overbrook High School is organized by Mrs. Jennifer Kohri, a dedicated teacher at Overbrook High School. Each year staff members at OHS are given the opportunity to select a student who demonstrates qualities such as high level of dedication to their education, a positive influence on others, and overall excellence in attendance, attitude, and citizenship.