330 Fayette St
Bridgeton, New Jersey 08302
Phone: (856) 451-0033
Call 9-1-1 for emergencies
for non-emegencies 856-451-0033
As the communities' chief law enforcement agency, the Bridgeton Police Department is dedicated to the equitable and impartial enforcement of the laws, statutes, and ordinances, enacted to protect life and property, while also preserving and maintaining the public peace. In carrying out their mission to protect and serve, the Bridgeton Police do so respecting constitutional rights, human dignity and community values.
The Bridgeton Police Department is committed to the enhancement of community-police partnerships; focused on assisting members of the community in identifying and resolving problems in an effort to improve quality of life community-wide. Collectively and individually, the department is committed to providing the highest quality law enforcement service possible, while continuously striving to maintain the highest standards of their profession.
The Bridgeton Police Department consists of sixty-five (65) full-time officers, five (5) Class II officers, one (1) animal control officer, seven (7) telecommunications officers and a civilian staff of five (5). The department is comprised of various bureaus including Patrol, Criminal Investigation, Professional Standards and Administrative. Lts. Michael and Thomas Speranza command the department's Patrol Bureau; Lt. Rick Pierce, the Criminal Investigations Bureau and Lt. Paul Genovese, the Administrative Bureau. Capt. James Battavio is the department's Executive Officer in command of all bureaus, second-in-command under Chief of Police Michael A. Gaimari Sr.
The Bridgeton Police Department welcomes the opportunity to interact with the community as part of its "Building Community Partnerships" initiative. Whether it is a question, tip, concern, compliment or complaint, the department wants to give our residents the opportunity to be heard. Please click "HERE" to share your comments so that the appropriate response can be formulated. Feel free to leave "HERE" your contact information, but it is NOT required.
If you have an Emergency, please call 911.