The Toms River Police Department strives to recruit and employ candidates who meet strict educational, physical and ethical standards. Applications are only accepted during specific times, immediately prior to a scheduled entrance exam. The current application process will be open from May 1, 2018 through July 31, 2018. Click here for more information
Once upon a time going to work with your child was just like any other day. Not at Toms River Police Department! It started with about 5 kids sitting next to their parents desks for the day when Chief Little thought to give them a break and take them for a tour of the building and ride [...]
Toms River Police Summer Youth Camp applications are available for pickup at the police station, 255 Oak Ave.
UPDATE: Fugitive Toms River arson suspect nabbed in Georgia by U.S. Marshals ORIGINAL PRESS RELEASE: Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph D. Coronato and Toms River Police Chief Mitch Little are asking media outlets to post the attached picture of Kenneth Lyons, 36, of Ocean, New Jersey, wanted for the charges of Aggravated Arson and Attempted Murder. The [...]
Thank you Applebee's Toms River for their charitable donation, generated from their Grand Re-Opening, to our police and fire departments! We are truly grateful for Applebee's continued support of Emergency Services. If you have not been in to see the renovations and new menu yet, today is a great day to try it out.
Toms River PBA & The Special Olympics of New Jersey: Perfect Together! Over the past week, the Toms River PBA joined the Special Olympics of NJ in different events across the state. The SONJ Area 6 Swim Championships were held in Toms River and our members volunteered to help the athletes and present them with the [...]
Toms River Police Explorer Post #137 assisting with the Belmar St. Patrick’s Day parade. Thank you to our dedicated young men and woman who volunteer their time all year long.
We are proud to support the HERO Campaign, designated drivers save lives! For more information on the HERO Campaign click the link below. HERO Campaign
There were more than 7100 plungers who raised over 2 million dollars for The Special Olympics of New Jersey in yesterdays Polar Bear Plunge. We couldn’t be more excited seeing our Toms River PBA 137 raise $12,323 for these very special athletes! Way to go team!