The Hillsdale Police Department will be conducting a Zero Tolerance Policy this year during “Mischief Night” and Halloween (October 30th and 31st). This policy is vital for the safety of our children and the protection of property. We are urging parents to take an active role in order to assist us in this endeavor.
On Thursday October 13th at around 4:00pm, the Budweiser Clydesdales will be making several stops in the Hillsdale and Westwood area. These majestic horses will be making stops along Broadway at some of our local businesses. This is a great oppurtunity to come see these horses, in addition, we will have some temporary road closures and detours in the area of Broadway from Hillsdale Ave into westwood at approximately 2:30-4:30pm on Thursday October 13th.
Schools open tomorrow, Sept 6th for the Hillsdale Public Schools. Please respect your fellow parents and drive slowly and carefully while in the school zones.
Parents use designated drop off areas only. Don't double park and discharge your child onto the roadway. It is very dangerous to have children running between cars. Finally, avoid parking in near crosswalks and stop signs.
Hillsdale Police Officers will be in the areas of the schools during drop off and dismissal times to make it safer for everyone.
Have a great first day of school and a wonderful school year.
The Hillsdale Police Department is proud to annouce or first "Public Service Announcement" This announcement showcases the Hillsdale Police Department is this is one of several videos planned over the next year. Please take a few moments to enjoy the video. Full credit for the videography, graphics and editing goes to Rebecca Silverman a student at the Pascack Valley Regional High School.
Join the Hillsdale Police Department for America’s night out against crime! National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our town a safer and better place to live. Starting at 6:00pm on August 2nd at Memorial Field, there will be demonstrations by members of the police department followed by a movie screening for the whole family to enjoy right on the field!
Recently, the Hillsdale Police Department acquired a used military “High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle” (HMMWV), or commonly referred to a HUMVEE.
The Hillsdale Police Department was able to acquire vehicle through the government’s “1033 Program” which was created to transfer excess military equipment to local law enforcement agencies at no cost to the municipalities. The "Law Enforcement Support Office" (LESO) administers the program and oversees the distribution of the equipment to local enforcement agencies.
The Hillsdale Police Department, maintains a "Safe Exchange Zone" at the Hillsdale Police Station. This zone is to help ensure that buyers and sellers of good have a safe location in which to perform their transactions. Currently the Hillsdale Police Department maintains two distinct locations for safe exchanges; the first area is the lobby of the Hillsdale Police Station located at 380 Hillsdale Ave Hillsdale, NJ. The second location is in the rear of the building and there is a sign that clearly indicates that it is a "Safe Exchange" area.