RIVERTON BOROUGH POLICE DEPARTMENT
Our mission is to serve all the people who enter the
Borough of Riverton with respect, fairness and compassion.
With the community as our foundation, we are driven to enhance
the quality of life, investigate crimes, seek problem solutions,
and promote a sense of safety and security in our community.
We will nurture public trust by holding ourselves to the
highest standards, performance and ethics.
We are committed to excellence in law enforcement.
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YOUTH POLICE ACADEMY: CLASS IS FULL. Thank you for your interest.
The Riverton Police Department is proud to co-sponsor our first Youth Police Academy for children between the ages of 7 and 12-years-old. The Academy will be held on three dates in March at the Palmyra Community Center. Here is a link to the application form, which contains more information about this program as well as enrollment instructions: http://www.riverton-police.com/pdfs/youth%20academy004.pdf
Don't be left in the dark!! You can report streetlight or gas light outages directly to PSE&G by calling PSE&G at 800-436-7734 or using this online form.
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June 2, 2012 - Memorial for Patrolman Whitelock
More than 36 years after he was killed taking a bullet meant for a fellow police officer, Riverton Patrolman Thomas Whitelock was memorialized Saturday with a permanent plaque in the center of town.
On Jan. 14, 1976, Whitelock and Patrolman Howard Norcross of the Palmyra Police Department responded to a report of a mentally unstable Riverton man who was wielding a knife in a house on Lippincott Avenue.
Under a sun-drenched sky Saturday morning, Norcross recalled the events that [continue reading...]
- For photos of the event click here
- To read the Cinnaminson Patch article, click here
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(Effective May 24, 2010)
As a courtesy to our residents, the Riverton Police Department is able to do non-criminal fingerprint requests for residents who need federal or out-of-state employer record checks, and volunteer EMT or firefighter checks. Residents should bring the fingerprint cards given to them by their perspective employer/agency.
Criminal history record checks for firearms applications, alcohol beverage licensing, paid or part-time firemen, volunteer employees, and local ordinances requiring fingerprinting must be done via electronic live-scan fingerprinting at MorphoTrak, the New Jersey State Police vendor for fingerprint services. Residents should contact MorphoTrak directly to schedule an appointment; however residents must FIRST come to the Riverton Police Department to get the paperwork and identification number needed to schedule an appointment. If you show up at MorphoTrak without the proper documentation, you will be turned away. If you go to MorphoTrak without an appointment, you will either be turned away or charged an additional fee.
Once you have the Riverton Police Department paperwork, the quickest and easiest way to schedule an appointment is via the instructions at MorphoTrak website at www.bioapplicant.com/nj. Website scheduling is available 24 hours per day, seven days per week.
Applicants who do not have Internet access should call MorphoTrak at the company’s toll-free telephone number, 1-877-503-5981 (Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM and Saturdays from 8:00 AM to 12:00 noon). Questions about this procedure should be directed to the New Jersey State Police at 609-882-2000, Extension 2918.
If you have found or lost a pet, please contact M&R Wildlife at 856-786-6623
Juvenile Curfew Hours
The curfew runs from 10:00 PM through 6:00 AM Sunday-Thursday, and 11:00 PM through 6:00 AM Friday and Saturday for all juveniles under the age of 18
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