Boonton Police Department

frequently asked questions
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  • How do I contact the Boonton Police Dept.?
    For Non-Emergencies Dial: 973-402-9371 and for Emergencies Dial: 911 Back to Top
  • How do I get a copy of a police or accident report?
    Please dial 973-402-9371 and press 1 to be connected to our Records Secretary. Back to Top
  • l was issued a ticket, what should I do now?
    If you were issued a ticket by a Boonton Police Officer, Parking Enforcement Officer, or a New Jersey State Trooper while you were in Boonton, please dial 973-402-9371 and Press 2 to be connected to the Violations Bureau, as they are the only personnel that can assist you after the ticket has been issued. Back to Top
  • "My (Electricity, Phone, Cable) is out, What should I do now?"
    Please DO NOT call the police desk or 911, unless there is an emergent situation such as wires down etc. but call your service provider (Verizon, Cablevision, JCP&L, etc.) directly. Back to Top
  • I have noticed a street light out; how, or to whom, should I report this ?
    Please visit JCP&L's website for reporting just such an issue located at the following web address: https://firstenergycorp.com/outages_help/Report_Streetlight_Problem.html Thank you ! Back to Top
  • Does the Boonton Police offer fingerprinting?
    The Boonton Police Dept. only conducts fingerprinting for prospective employees of the Boonton Police Dept. and of course persons arrested by this Agency. Please visit https://www.bioapplicant.com/NJ/Default.aspx for more information on your fingerprinting needs. Back to Top
  • "The roads are snow/ice covered, do my children have school?"
    Please DO NOT call the police desk or 911, for information on Boonton School Closings, please visit www.boontonschools.org Thanks ! Back to Top
  • I received a parking ticket, but the parking meter was malfunctioning, what should I do?
    Please dial 973-402-9371 and press 2 to be connected to the Violations Bureau to report your grievance. Thank you ! Back to Top
  • I have received phone calls from various organizations soliciting money for "Police Associations" or my "local Police Dept.", should I donate to them?
    The members of the Town of Boonton Police Department are represented by Local #212 of the New Jersey State Policemen's Benevolent Association. Our fundraising is done entirely by mail and we will never call by phone to solicit a donation. The phone solicitors do not represent our officers and any funds donated to these organizations do not benefit your local police. Back to Top