Police Chief Mitchell Litte and retired Lt. Jim Everett recently delivered a check for $2,000 to the Chariot Riders of Manchester New Jersey. This donation was as a result of funds raised at last year’s Jingle Bell Run. Chariot Riders provides therapeutic equine programs for persons with disabilities.
TOMS RIVER: By Jean Mikle, Asbury Park Press-- William Copes received a proclamation from the mayor and Township Council and a glass statue from Police Chief Mitchell Little for his heroic actions in saving a baby from a car crash last month, but there was something else he wanted more than anything Tuesday night. "Can [...]
In honor of National Telecommunicators Week we want to honor and recognize all of our police dispatchers. They are the unsung heroes of the law enforcement community. They are the lifeline between us and the citizens we protect. Please take a minute to read the Dispatchers Poem Dispatchers Poem I Take A Breath As I [...]
The position for Part Time - Seasonal Crossing Guard is now available in the Police Department. This position will be utilized during the summer beach season. Please visit the Toms River Township website and click on the JOB POSTINGS link at the top of the page.
Chief Mitchell Little is proud to announce that he will be conducting our second annual Toms River Police Youth Camp. The camp will be held from July 11 to July 15th from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm. This event is a way for us to give back to the community and give the children of [...]
Three-Day, Route 166 Traffic Shift Expected By Catherine Galioto DOT Seal Motorists on Route 166-Main Street in Toms River should expect traffic delays for approximately three days starting March 28, for work that will help the state roads department eventually widen Route 166. The state Department of Transportation announced a traffic shift for the area [...]
Chief Little announced today that Toms River will be participating in the March 2016 Street Smart NJ pedestrian safety education campaign aimed at reducing pedestrian-motor vehicle crashes in New Jersey. The Street Smart NJ campaign is a collaborative effort between public, private and non-profit organizations. Local police will be enforcing pedestrian laws in Toms River [...]
A special thank you goes out to the young ladies from Girl Scout Troop 79, of the Jersey Shore Council for stopping by. These future leaders were here learning about policing and community service.
The police department has partnered with the Greenbriar Woodlands Community to form a neighborhood Watch group. The residents will take an active role in their own community. They will participate in crime prevention, safety issues relating to elderly residents, and fraud crimes against seniors. They will be the eyes and ears of the police department [...]