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Sea Isle City Police Department
City Hall, 233 John F. Kennedy Blvd., Sea Isle City, NJ 08243
SICPD – Accredited Agency with the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police
In 2014, the Sea Isle City Police Department (SICPD) achieved accreditation with the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police (NJSACOP). This honor will put the SICPD in a class with the top 20% of law enforcement agencies in the Garden State.
To achieve accreditation, policies and procedures were implemented or modified to conform to 100 written standards, which have been recognized as being the best practices for law enforcement officers and their agencies. The policies address officer safety issues, equipment requirements and operational guidelines for performing various law enforcement functions.
Additionally, the SICPD is able to provide increased safety through highly efficient operational procedures, has greater accountability within the agency, enjoys reduced risk and liability exposure, offers a stronger defense against civil lawsuits, provides increased community advocacy, and possesses a greater ability to operate efficiently and respond to community needs.
Sea Isle City Police Department will now be utilizing body worn cameras
The Sea Isle City Police Department’s uniformed patrol officers are now utilizing body worn cameras. These body-worn cameras are a valuable law enforcement asset intended to document evidence and witness/suspect statements, improve training and performance, prevent and resolve citizen complaints and strengthen accountability and public trust. Both the police and citizens of Sea Isle City will benefit from such recordings.
Sea Isle Boulevard Construction Project
We would like to remind all of our residents and visitors that Pedestrians and Bicyclists are currently prohibited from using Sea Isle Boulevard due to the ongoing construction project.
There are a few options when it comes to reporting crime TIP information to the police department.
Active Crimes and Emergencies must be reported to dispatch by calling 9-1-1.
can be directed to (609) 263-4311. As always, all information will be kept confidential.
Remember, if you see something, say something!
We thank you in advance for helping us keep our town safe.
Got a tip? Report it anonymously to the Cape May County Sheriff’s Department.
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