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WPD News
 TitleCreated Date
Students' videos focus on driver distractions11/24/2014
Mayor, officials laud anonymous 'hero'11/24/2014
Police use 'decoy' firetruck to educate drivers on Move Over law11/17/2014
WPD ISSUES "SAFE" HALLOWEEN ALERT AND CURFEW10/30/2014
WOODBRIDGE POLICE DEPARTMENT, NORTH JERSEY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY, KEEP MIDDLESEX MOVING, TRAFFIC SAFETY OFFICIALS TO ANNOUNCE “STREET SMART” ...10/6/2014
WOODBRIDGE POLICE DEPARTMENT TO PARTICIPATE IN “NATIONAL PRESCRIPTION DRUG TAKE BACK DAY” SAT., SEPT. 27, 20149/23/2014
Hurrican Preparedness Week is May 25th - 31. It's never to early to be ready.5/27/2014
Colonia and Woodbridge Corner April 20145/14/2014
Woodbridge Sentinal Article5/14/2014
Division of Highway Traffic Safety and Middlesex County Law Enforcement Agencies to Kickoff “U Drive. U Text. U Pay”4/1/2014
An Extraordinary Kind of Cop1/28/2014
Woodbridge police are participating in a campaign to reduce potentially deadly accidents in the downtown.12/24/2013
TWO NEW POLICE OFFICERS APPOINTED TO RANKS OF WOODBRIDGE POLICE DEPARTMENT TAKE-UP PATROL ASSIGNMENTS 12/20/2013
WOODBRIDGE TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT TO APPOINT TWO NEW POLICE OFFICERS AT TOWN HALL SWEARING-IN CEREMONY12/19/2013
*****SCAM ALERT**** TECH SUPPORT SCAM***7/5/2013
WOODBRIDGE TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT TARGETS BICYCLE SAFETY7/1/2013
WOODBRIDGE POLICE DEPARTMENT WARNS RESIDENTS OF SEASONAL SCAMS, BURGLARIES AND ROBBERIES4/30/2013
FOUR NEW POLICE OFFICERS APPOINTED TO RANKS OF WOODBRIDGE POLICE DEPARTMENT & TAKE-UP PATROL ASSIGNMENTS 1/10/2013
WPD ISSUES ALERT - PIZZA DELIVERY SCAM1/2/2013
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Alarm Registration

Registration of your alarm system (residential or business) is required as per Woodbridge Township Ordinance 4-19.  Go to the Police Forms section of this website or click here for the regsitration form.

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Woodbridge Police Department Administration

Police Director Robert Hubner

I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself.  My name is Robert Hubner, I am the Police Director of the Woodbridge Township Police Department and have held the position since March 1, 2011.

 

I have been a Woodbridge Township resident all of my life and attended Woodbridge Township schools graduating from Woodbridge High School.  Upon graduation from high school, I attended William Paterson University and graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Criminal Justice Administration.  My goal had always been to become a police officer and in November of 1981, I reached that goal and became a Woodbridge Township Police Officer.  I served in both the Radio Patrol Division and in the Detective Bureau and later was assigned to the Special Investigations and Narcotics Unit where I spent a large portion of my career.  I was promoted to both Sergeant and Lieutenant while in that Unit.

 

In October of 2007, I was promoted to the Rank of Captain commanding the Special Investigations Division which included the Special Investigations and Narcotics Unit, Crime Analysis and Intelligence Unit, Homeland Security, Grant Writing and the Special Operations Team until my appointment as Police Director.
   
During my career I had the opportunity to complete some of the best training offered to law enforcement officers.   I also had the privilege to attend the FBI’s National Academy in Quantico, Virginia which I would consider to be one of the highlights of my law enforcement career.  As Police Director I consider it an honor to be associated with some of the best and brightest men and women in law enforcement while I still have the privilege of serving the community I grew up in.

 

The Woodbridge Police Department continues to be the best Police Department in the State of New Jersey due to the hard work and dedication of both the sworn officers and the civilian support personnel which make up the Woodbridge Police Department.

Deputy Police Director Joseph Nisky

Sworn in as a Police Officer with Woodbridge Township Police Department in 1985.  Assigned to the Radio Patrol Division and Criminal Investigation Section.  Promoted to Sergeant in 1994 and Lieutenant in 2007.  Retired in 2010.  Appointed Deputy Police Director in 2011 and Emergency Medical Services Manager in 2012.  Completed New Jersey Firefighter I in 1984, graduated from the Middlesex County Police Academy in 1985 and was re-certified as an Emergency Medical Technician in 2012.  Received honors and awards, American Legion & Veterans of Foreign Wars Outstanding Policeman, 200 Club Valor, Veterans of Foreign Wars Lifesaving, Honor Legion of the Police Departments of New Jersey, Honor Legion of the Police Department of New York City and Honor Legion of the Police Department of New York City Transit.  Married to Barbara, three children, Joseph, Cassandra and Michael, Joseph an active duty Marine has been deployed to Afghanistan.  Resides in Colonia.

 

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DEER ALERT!!!

We’ve had over 20 deer vs. car motor vehicle accidents since Beginning of September!

•If you see a deer crossing sign, be extra alert and slow down. deer cross roads for different reasons and at different times of the year. Mating season and hunting season also cause them  to move. Stay alert. If there are deer in the road, no not go around them, wait for them to move if possible.

•Drive at a safe speed. Do not speed when you are driving through areas with woods or fields (cemeteries, ball fields, parks).

•Pay attention to Deer Crossing signs. You'll still arrive if you go more slowly and you'll have more time to avoid an animal if you spot it.

•Here are the things that occur when you speed:

•You can't stop quickly enough to avoid a collision.

•The impact of a car/truck is far greater the faster you travel.

•Your ability to take evasive action is massively reduced and you're more likely to resort to swerving instead of braking and gently responding.

•Observe your surroundings. Actively scan the sides of the roads as you drive for any signs of wildlife. Watch both sides of the road; there is some evidence that drivers tend to watch the side of the road next to the passenger seat more than their own side, making a false assumption that only one side is a problem. Scan both sides!

•Use your high beams when there is no oncoming traffic. This gives you the ability to  see further in the dark

•Be especially careful sunset and sunrise. Deer seem to move most in the hours around sunset to midnight and again around dawn. These are also the hardest times for our eyes to adjust to the light because it's neither completely dark or properly light, so we find it more difficult to see.
 
•Be on the lookout -- if you see one deer, there are likely to be more deer nearby, even if you don't see them. If you see one creature, it's more likely that you'll run into more.

•Female deer being chased by bucks during mating season are unaware of traffic

•Slow down If you see flashing lights (hazard or headlights), hear horns, slow down and be ready to stop! Of course, if a car stops suddenly ahead of you, you should also stop . The other cars may have stopped because animals are already crossing the road ahead of you.

Don’t tailgate, the driver in front of you may have to stop suddenly to avoid a collision

•If a collision is inevitable, DO NOT swerve to avoid impact! Brake appropriately. BUT STAY IN YOUR LANE! Collision are more likely to become fatal if you swerve to hit a deer and go into oncoming traffic or hit a fixed object like a tree.

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Contact the Police Department

 9-1-1 is for emergencies only
For non-emergencies call 732-634-7700

 
CONFIDENTIAL TIPS HOTLINE
732-855-TIPS

 
9-1-1 is for police, fire and medical emergencies only.
When you call 9-1-1 stay calm, speak clearly, stay on the line and follow instructions.
Be prepared to tell the dispatcher:
 
· Exactly where the emergency is
· What the emergency is
· The phone number you are calling from
· Your name

 
Remember, 9-1-1 is only a telephone number.
A quick response depends on the accuracy of the vital information you provide, how well your location is marked and addressed, and the availability of the appropriate resources needed.

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Vehicle Releases
Impounded and towed vehicles:Vehicles may be retrieved at police headquarters. Owners must produce a valid driver’s license, vehicle registration, and insurance identification card. For a vehicle to be released to someone other than the owner, a notarized letter authorizing 3rd party pick-up is needed. Towing and storage fees must be paid to the Township of Woodbridge by money order or certified bank check.
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Police Reports
Police reports are available for pick-up at the Records Bureau located on the ground floor of the municipal building. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 10:00 AM to 4:15 PM and Tuesday 10:00 AM to 6:30 PM, excluding holidays. Please call the Records Bureau with any questions at (732) 602-7390.
 
Report fees are as follows:
Vehicle Crash Reports - $.50 per page
Investigation Reports - $1.00 per page
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WPD Junior Police Academy graduates


WPD Junior Police Academy graduates march in Woodbridge St. Patrick's Day parade.

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Because I Said I Would

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