This Saturday, October 24, 2020 we will be participating in the DEA National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.
You may drop off your unused medications in the drop box located at Belmar Police Headquarters.
SLEO I applications for the 2021 summer season are currently being accepted until January 8, 2021.
Please go to the Printable Forms & Applications section to print the Belmar Police Department Employment Application.
Please note that the application has NOT changed, so the 2019-2020 is still acceptable.
All applications must be received no later than Friday, January 8, 2021.
You may drop off your application or mail to headquarters at 601 Main Street, Belmar NJ 07719.
The Belmar Police Department is announcing that on Sunday October 11, 2020 we will be hosting our physical test. All who wish to pursue for the position of SLEO II are required to fill out our Pre PT Application and Waiver form as soon as possible. Candidates who pass the physical will advance to the background stage of the hiring process. Selected applicants will be sent to possibly Monmouth County Police Academy and/or Ocean County Police Academy. The applications/waivers can be picked up at our Police Headquarters at 601 Main Street, Belmar, NJ, 07719 with further instructions for the PT test and it’s requirements.
Physical Test will be conducted rain or shine.
Must be 18 or older to apply.
All emergency services are accessible through dialing 9-1-1
The Belmar Police Department has established its own 9-1-1 emergency call system and all calls are dispatched through the Belmar Police Department Dispatch Center.
You can contact the Belmar Police Department by calling (732) 681-1700 or via FAX number (732) 681-7470
To report a confidential crime tip please call 732-681-ATIP (2847)
Please note that Belmar Police will accept any unused medications 7 days a week.
NJ Office of Victim Advocacy Unit Information
Domestic Violence : http://www.180nj.org/
NJ Victims of Crime Compensation Office Information
Information on FREE counseling to victims of crime. Click here for more information.
Monmouth County Special Needs Registry
The Monmouth County Special Needs Registry is designed to help first responders better assist a person with special needs in the event of an emergency.
Please see attached pamphlet click here or log onto www.mcsnrnj.org for more information. Should you have any questions concerning this program, please call the Belmar Police Department at 732-671-1700.