Effective April 1, 2019, the New Jersey State Police will be launching the new Firearms Application and Registration System (FARS). The Galloway Township Police Department will be utilizing this system for all initial firearms identification card applications, replacement of lost or stolen firearms identification cards, and requests for pistol purchase permits. Please visit our Firearms Permits page for all the details.
We took in 813 lbs of prescription medication off the street and out of homes in 2018! Thank you to all of our residents that were vigilant in aiding our efforts to crush the opioid epidemic and keep unwanted prescription meds out of the hands of those they do not belong to.
Can’t wait to see how much we take in for 2019!
~Chief Donna Higbee
The Galloway Township Police Department wants to pass on information regarding an event - A Family Wellness Night - located at Behavioral Crossroads (206 W. Parkway Dr. in EHT) on 04/25/2018 from 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM. Please see the attached flyer for more information regarding this event.
The Galloway Township Police Department would like to congratulate and recognize three officers who were promoted earlier this week during a regularly scheduled Township Council meeting: Richard Barber was promoted to the rank of Captain; Christopher McGinty was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant; Jason Kiamos was promoted to the rank of Sergeant. The officers were accompanied by Mayor Anthony Coppola, Chief Donna Higbee and family members who assisted with their swearing into their new oaths of office.
|Capt. Richard Barber||Lt. Christopher McGinty||Sgt. Jason Kiamos|
The Galloway Township Police Department wants to pass on information regarding an event - the 2018 Youth Employment Symposium - coming to Stockton University on May 21, 2018 between 09:00 AM and 11:30 AM. Please see the attached flyer for more information regarding this event.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), in coordination with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), will conduct a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS) and Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) system on September 20, 2018. Please click HERE or the link below for further information.
Due to the unusal amount of snowfall, Please be advised that Article II; Maintenance of Sidewalks, 295-5, reads as follows: All existing sidewalks now or hereafter dedicated to public use, shall be kept free from obstruction such as, but not limited to, Ice and Snow by the respecttive owners of the respected lots or tract of land fronting or bounding said sidewalk AS SOON AS POSSIBLE AFTER A STORM.
Please shovel and keep free of ice and snow from all sidewalks which you may be responsible for.
Galloway Township Code Enforcement.