Mount Arlington Police
The Mount Arlington Police Department proudly serves the Borough of Mount Arlington and its more then 5,000 residents. The department consists of comprehensive patrol and detective divisions.
- General info
MOUNT ARLINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT
520 Altenbrand Avenue
Mount Arlington, New Jersey 07856
Emergency Dial 9-1-1 Non-emergency- (973) 398-2100
About the Department
The Mount Arlington Police Department proudly serves the Borough of Mount Arlington and its more then 5,000 residents. The department consists of comprehensive patrol and detective divisions. The Mount Arlington Police Department is capable of performing childseat safety inspections and installation instruction. This service will only be conducted by officers who possess an up to date certification. Appointments can be made by calling the Police Department during normal business hours. Services requested without appointment may be satisfied if a childseat technician is available.
How do I obtain a copy of a Police Report?
Police reports are normally available for copy three to five business days after the incident was reported. Reports may be received at the Police Department located at 520 Altenbrand Avenue, Mount Arlington, New Jersey 07856. Prior to responding to the Police Department for a police report, please call (973-398-2100) and ask for the records department to determine if the report is available for copy. There is a cost for all reports in accordance with the laws and ordinances governing same. Ask for the Police Secretary when you call.
Professional Standards Unit
The members of the Mount Arlington Police Department are committed to providing law enforcement services that are fair, effective and impartially applied. It is in the best interest of everyone that your complaint about the performance of an individual officer is resolved fairly and promptly. The police department has formal procedures for investigating your complaint. These procedures ensure fairness and protect the rights of both citizens and police officers.
You may call Chief of Police Keith Licata at 973-398-2100 with any additional questions.
Medication Drop Box
The Police Department now has a drop box in the lobby so medications that are expired or no longer needed can be deposited anonymously for destruction. Acceptable items are listed on the sign on top of the collection unit.
Important Prescription Safety Resources:
Prescription Drug Safety
Our program: (Drop Box in HQ)
MorrisSussex ResourceNet: Prescription (Rx) Drop Off Box
Recently the demand for firearms identification cards and purchase permits has increased. In an effort to contribute to the safe handling and storage of firearms the Police Department is giving out free gunlocks that can be used on most types of firearms. Gunlocks can be obtained from headquarters between 8am-4pm, Monday to Friday
Emergencey Notification System
The Borough Office of Emergency Management has acquired a new Notification System to get information out to the residents. These notifications may be in emergent situations or for informational reasons. Notifications are made based on a geographic landline phone database by Verizon. Use the following link to ensure that you are part of the notification database, or to register your cell phone or email.