The Middletown Police Department is the largest department in Monmouth County.
Volunteers Needed to Assist Victims of Sexual Violence: How You Can Make a Difference
180 Turning Lives Around stands with survivors of sexual violence. 180 is a private non-profit organization in Monmouth County that provides support and advocacy for victims of sexual violence in the aftermath of a highly emotional and traumatic experience with the assistance of its dedicated Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) volunteers.
Interested in becoming part of the MTPD's Domestic Violence Response Team? Click HERE to fill out an application.
Volunteers Needed for Middletown Township Police Department Auxiliary Police
Middletown Township Police Department is currently recruiting volunteers to serve on the MiddletownAuxiliary Police. You can download an application at www.middletownnj.org/AuxiliaryPolice. Applications are accepted year-round.
The Middletown Township Auxiliary Police duties include traffic control, security, and patrol for major events, road races, fairs, high school sporting events, and more. The Auxiliary Academy starts in March and you will learn NJ Criminal Code, Title 39 Motor Vehicle Laws, side-handle baton, handcuffing, pepper spray, drill and ceremony, and more.
Basic requirements for volunteers to apply include that they must be eighteen years of age or older, live within a five mile radius of Middletown, have access to reliable transportation, possess a valid driver’s license, be willing to serve on an on-call basis during major incidents, submit to a background investigation and fingerprinting, and successfully complete the mandatory training.
For additional information, please contact Sgt. Kevin Gardiner, Middletown Township Police Department, Auxiliary Liaison, at 732 615-2075.
The Middletown Township Police Department is recruiting volunteers to serve on the Middletown Domestic Violence Response Team (DVRT). Applications are currently being accepted for the 40-hour mandatory training course in October. Read on...