- Public Safety
- Police Department
The Millville Police Department is committed to protecting life and property, preventing crime, and reducing the fear of crime by providing high-quality, community-oriented police services while safeguarding the constitutional and civil rights of all people.
The Millville Police Department is organized into three divisions. Approximately 100 police officers and civilian employees make up the Uniform Patrol, Investigations, and Services Divisions. Each division is led by a Division Commander with the rank of Lieutenant.
The Uniform Patrol Division is the largest division and is comprised of uniformed police officers in marked police vehicles and civilian Police Dispatchers to provide police response to calls for service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to the approximate 28,000 residents, visitors, and businesses that comprise the City of Millville.
The Investigations Division is comprised of a Criminal Investigations Bureau staffed by Detectives and a Sergeant who investigate more serious and violent crimes, and a Proactive Investigations Team that focuses on investigations involving gangs, drugs, and guns.
The Services Division encompasses a myriad of police services, duties, and administrative responsibilities including grant writing, policy research and review, fleet management, uniform and equipment management, purchasing, State Attorney General and County Prosecutor required reports, UCR (NIBRS) reporting, and all the services and duties provided by:
School Resource Officers/Juvenile Unit
Community Policing Unit
Evidence & Property Unit
Administrative Unit- The Administrative Unit consists of a Sergeant, Special Officers, and civilian employees that are responsible for Traffic Safety, Event Planning and Management, Firearms Permits, Records, Megan’s Law, Information Technology, and Animal Control.