MENDHAM TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT
3 Cherry Lane, PO Box 236, Brookside, NJ 07926 Non-Emergency 973-543-2581 Fax 973-543-2603
Chief Ross Johnson firstname.lastname@example.org
Lieutenant Steven Bittman email@example.com
The Mendham Township Police was founded in 1956 and has continued to serve this community with pride and dedication. The Mendham Township Police Department consists of 15 police officers with one full time secretary. The department consists of a Patrol Division and a Detective Bureau. The police department is dispatched 24 hours a day by the Morris County Communications Center. The police department provides police coverage 24 hours a day 7 days a week. The administrative staff is present from 9am to 4pm on weekdays, except for holidays.
All Mendham Township firearms applications are accepted thru the NJSP website. https://www.njsp.org/firearms/fars.shtml
Mendham Township ORI Number is NJ0141900
Firearms Applicants submitting applications during the current COVID-19 Pandemic can expect delays due to the NJ FARS application system functioning with limited capability. 212A and Mental Health checks are experiencing delays. The staff at Mendham Township Police are still processing the applications as quickly as possible and have experienced an influx of applications. We are doing our best to get these applications processed. Please note that the Police Lobby hours have changed as well. Call 973-543-2581 and ask to speak to an officer on patrol. Thank you for your patience!
Alarm Registration Form Click Here
Please Note: personal medical alarm registration will NOT be required
Steps for obtaining a Mendham Township Hunting Permit:
Step 1: Fill out Hunting Permit UPDATED 07/2021
Step 2: Mail application with a check or money order.
Step 3: NEW Hunting permit applicants MUST click here ---> New Applicants
Step 4: Read Hunting in Mendham Information
Step 5: Pick up completed permit at the PD, Have a safe and successful hunting season!
For information on applying for an Extreme Risk Protection Order, please view Attorney General Order 2019-02.
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