On Saturday, March 16, 2019 at 5:45 PM police were dispatched to Vermont Avenue for an infant not breathing. Dispatch advised that a Hatzolah member was on scene stating that it was a 4 month old baby boy who did not have a pulse, was not breathing and C.P.R. was in progress. Toms River Police [...]
2019 Bring Your Child To Work Day was a great success! Children from 6 months to 17 years old enjoyed a day of tours, demonstrations, simulations and fun! We think the parents liked it too!
Congratulations to Officer PJ Gambardella for receiving the “Big of the Year” award for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ocean County! We are so proud of Officer Gambardella and all that he has put forth for the Bigs in Blue program in the Toms River! Without the support [...]
Have you ever thought about who answers when you dial 9-1-1? With this being National Telecommunicators Week we wanted to recognize our amazing communications staff here at the Toms River Police Department. A dispatcher’s job is to stay calm, keep the person on the other end of the phone calm, and gather as much information [...]
Congratulations Sergeant Bachonski on being awarded Toms River VFW Post 6063's VFW Public Servant Award! With Sgt Bachonski as he accepted this honor was (L to R) Chief Mitchell Little, VFW Commander John Dorrity, VFW Vice Commander John Stanton and VFW Vice Commander John Elley as well as fellow co-workers and supervisors.
What a great time students at Walnut Elementary had enjoying Cookies With A Cop this week lead by Sergeant Bachonski and Officer Landmesser. Students learned more about Officer Crawley, who patrols the halls of their school every day. They were chosen by their teachers for demonstrating compassion and respect toward others. We are so proud [...]
What a great Coffee With A Cop today at Dunkin' Donuts at the Ocean County Library. A special Thank You to our gracious host and everyone who stopped in to say hello and make our day!
The Toms River Police Foundation is proud to present a donation to Hope Sheds Light, as they were the spotlight charity of our annual Jingle Bells Run. Hope Sheds Light is fighting addiction by creating awareness, providing resources and instilling hope for healthier communities.
These students have shown respect and kindness toward others. They enjoyed Cookies with a Cop as they learned about Officer Henderson, the officer in their school every day. We are so proud of these students and all of the awesome children in our community!
Another amazing day with some amazing people. We are forever grateful for the opportunity to help the Area 6 Special Olympics athletes and volunteers! This marks our 5th year volunteering at the A6 Swim Championships and we have [...]