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2017 Read Across America

Pine Hill Officers joined the Pine Hill School District and other community members for the annual NEA Read Across America Read-a-Thon. Fourteen members of the Pine Hill Police Department participated in the event held on March 3rd at the Dr. Albert Bean and John H. Glenn Elementary Schools, reading one or more of Dr. Seuss’ [...]

Policing in a More Perfect Union Training

PHPD SLEOII Officers Clayton and Locotos, along with their Field Training Officers Ptl. Kramer and Ptl. Davies, joined officers from throughout south Jersey at the National Constitution Center for the Policing in a More Perfect Union training session. This unique training experience was developed by Commissioner Ramsey and the enthusiastic experts of the NCC, led [...]

SMART 9-1-1

The Pine Hill Police Department is encouraging our residents to sign up for the Smart 911 program.  This program was recently announced by the Camden County Freeholders and will save critical time in emergency situations.  Smart911 is a free nationwide service that allows users to create a Smart911 Safety Profile, which provides vital information to [...]


The week of Monday, January 23rd was 2017 National Drug Facts Week. The Pine Hill Police Department joined the national health observance for teens to help shatter myths about drugs. During the week’s activities Ptl. Marino, Ptl. Bruey, and SRO DiGiacomo spent time teaching L.E.A.D. Lessons at the John Glenn Elementary School, the Dr. Albert [...]

PHPD & PHMS 6th Grade Internet Safety Discussion

On Tuesday, January 24th Sgt. Field, SRO DiGiacomo, Ptl. Brennan and Ptl. Custis joined Pine Hill Middle School Computer Teacher Mr. Belmonte to present an interactive internet safety class to the 6th grade students. The officers led discussions at four stations; What is Social Media, Cyber Bullying, Computer Security, and Online Predators. The students rotated [...]

Annual John Glenn 1st Grade Visit

On October 21, 2016 over 80 1st Grade students from the John H. Glenn Elementary School visited the Pine Hill Municipal Building and Pine Hill Police Department. The day started with Pine Hill Officers greeting the students as they boarded the buses with “High-Fives for Respect” and “Fist-Bumps against Bullying”. After arriving at the Municipal [...]