Traffic Bureau

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

      This bureau is responsible for a wide variety of tasks, ranging from processing motor vehicle crash paperwork to overseeing the implementation of target motor vehicle enforcement assignments for Officers on the road.  They oversee the School Crossing Guards, as well as answering citizen questions concerning traffic laws, addressing any traffic concerns of the residents and initiating selective enforcement details, such as DWI patrols, throughout the township.

 

      The bureau has the responsibility to ensure that all police officers are trained in the proper completion of motor vehicle crash reports. However, we also have some specially trained officers that respond in the event of a fatal motor vehicle crash, who assist with documenting and possibly reconstructing the accident scene, if necessary.

 

     Other duties that fall to the Traffic Bureau are ensuring that records related to radar certifications and Alcotest operators are updated.

 

Below is a list of other responsibilities of the Traffic Division:

  • Assist in serious injury and fatal motor vehicle crashes

  • Review of road closures and police officer assignment for construction details such as PSE&G, Verizon and other contractors

  • Site Plan reviews for roadway construction and required permits

  • Plan safe routes for parades and neighborhood events

  • Issuance of a Handicapped Temporary Placards

  • Funeral escorts

  • Radar and DWI Enforcement details

  • Radar instruction and re-certification

  • Traffic Enforcement

 

 

NJ Accident Self Complete Form

 

NJ Motor Vehicle Accident Report Self Complete Form

 

     You must report within 10 days any accident occurring in the State of New Jersey resulting in injury to or death of any person, or damage to property of any one person in excess of five hundred dollars ($500.00).

 

      To report a minor accident of minor hit and runs, please click on the link and complete the NJ Motor Vehicle Accident Report Self Complete Form NJ-SR-1.

 

Once completed, please mail the form to:

 

NJ Department of Transportation

1035 Parkway Avenue P.O. Box 600

Trenton, N.J. 08625-0600

ATTN: Bureau of Transportation Date and Safety

 

If you have any traffic concerns, or are interested in becoming a School Crossing Guard, please contact us at 609-882-1313.

 

 

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