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    New and Improved

    Welcome to the new and improved ETPD website. On our page you can learn about our department, find links such as MVA reports and other forms, as well as keep up with updates within our town and department. Thank you for visiting and we hope you enjoy!

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    We Moved!

    In case you haven't heard, ETPD has moved to our new building located at 1380 Woodlane Road, Eastampton, NJ 08060. The move comes after 56 years of service out of 725 Smithville Road. Our contact numbers have not changed but if you would like to get a hold of us please use the following numbers:

    Dept. Phone: (609) 261-1717

    Non Emergency Dispatch: (609) 267-8300

    Emergency: 9-1-1

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    MVA Reports

    ETPD has recently partnered with LexisNexis, a new web based programs for motor vehicle accident reports. With this new system those involved in accidents can now retrieve their accident reports online. On scene, patrols will now provide you with a card with your case number and time, and you can enter it on the LexisNexis website, thus promoting the convenience for you to print a report from your own home. Simply retrieve the case number one of our officers provided to you on scene and click on the link.

    My MVA Report

Our Mission

To maintain the safety, well being, and quality of life for the residents and visitors to the Township of Eastampton, the Eastampton Township Police Department is committed to staying at the leading edge of Law Enforcement principles and practices.  We are the standard for others to strive for

About Us

The Eastampton Township Police Department encompasses fifteen (15) full-time, and two part-time employees. Located in Central Burlington County, the department provides comprehensive 24-hour police services to the residents and visitors to its' 5.62 square mile borders.

Quick Links

  • Nixle

    Free and easy

    ETPD has partnered with NIXLE, a free service in which you can receive up to the minute texts and notifications for road closures, weather updates, and latest happenings in the community. Sign up today!

  • Vacation Checks

    Leaving town for a while?

    ETPD provides a free service to check on your home while you are away. Fill out this Vacation Check form or call ETPD today!

  • Department History

    Est. 1974

    ETPD is a department filled with a rich tradition of community outreach and involvement. Click on the picture to learn more about the origins of our great PD.

  • Ticket Payment

    Issued a Summons?

    In the event that you received a motor vehicle summons within Eastampton Township or another municipality in the State of New Jersey, you can access online payment here.  While this service is not affiliated with the Eastampton Township Police Department in any manner, we have provided a link for your convenience to handle waiver of your right to trial and payment of many motor vehicle summonses online. 

  • Firearms Application

    Firearms Owners

    Residents of Eastampton Township who wish to apply for a firearm's purchaser I.D. card should pick up the mandated forms at the Eastampton Township Police Department during normal business hours. If you are applying for a duplicate ID card, a replacement ID card, or additional Permits to Purchase A Handgun application, you must complete S.B.I. form 212A. This form must be completed online, and you can be redirected by clicking on the picture for the link.

  • Temporary Handicap Parking

    Looking to obtain a placard?

    The Chief of Police of each municipality in this State shall issue to any person who has temporarily lost the use of one or more limbs or is temporarily disabled as to be unable to ambulate without the aid of an assisting device or whose mobility is otherwise temporarily limited as certified by a physician or podiatrist...a temporary placard may, however, be renewed one time at the discretion of the issuing authority for a period of not more than six (6) months duration. To obtain a temporary handicapped parking permit, please visit the Administrative Offices at Police Headquarters for the state form to be completed by your attending physician. 

Featured Officers Of The Month

Sgt. Snyder has served ETPD for over 10 years having previously worked for the Burlington County Sheriff's Department. After being promoted to Sgt. in 2012, he has recently been appointed as an administrative Sergeant, where he maintains certifications, as well as runs a lot of the behind the scenes work.

Hobbies: coaching sports, working out, and golfing.

Favorite quote: "A true leader has the confidence to stand alone, the courage to make tough decisions, and the compassion to listen to the needs of others. He does not set out to be a leader, but becomes one by the equality of his actions and the integrity of his intent." - Douglas McArthur

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Daniel Snyder

Administrative

Sergeant

On May 8th, 2017, Joseph Iacovitti was appointed as the new Chief of Police for the Eastampton Township Police Department. Chief Iacovitti began his law enforcement career in Corrections, as well as held part time positions with Burlington Twp. PD prior to coming to Eastampton. A 20 year veteran, Chief has held numerous positions such as Sergeant, Detective, and Lieutenant, and is a multiple year winner of "Officer of the Year".

Hobbies: Spending time with family, sports.

Favorite Quote: "Leadership is practiced not so much in words as in attitude and in actions. Ultimately, leadership is not about glorious crowning acts. It's about keeping your team focused on a goal and motivated to do their best to achieve it, especially when the stakes are high and the consequences really matter."

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Joseph Iacovitti

Chief

of Police

Sgt. Shepard is an 11 year veteran of the Eastampton Township Police Department, having previously worked for Pemberton Boro Police Department. Sgt. Shepard achieved the rank of Sgt. in 2015. As a patrol Sgt. his duties include overseeing day to day patrol procedures.

Hobbies: Fishing, hanging out on his boat, and being with family.

Favorite Quote: "The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today."

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Dennis Shepard

Patrol

Sergeant