The Internal Affairs Division is responsible for the investigation of misconduct complaints received against sworn members of the Wyckoff Police Department. The primary mission of the Internal Affairs Division is to assure that Department members meet the highest standards of integrity and ethical performance. If you would like to speak to an Internal Affairs Officer please contact them at email@example.com
All of the emergency and non emergency calls for the Township of Wyckoff are fielded by the Bergen County Communications Center. Dispatchers and Call Takers are trained in collecting the necessary information to provide Wyckoff residents with the highest level of service.
Coordinator- Sergeant Brian Zivkovich
Deputy Coordinators- Chief David Murphy, Lieutenant Charlie VanDyk, PO Kyle Ferreira
The Wyckoff Office of Emergency Management plans and prepares for emergencies, educates the public about prepardeness, and coordinates response and relief efforts during emergency situations. The OEM is dedicated to maintaining the public's awareness of critical situations pertaining to our community, and offers many tips and information on how to "stay informed" and be safe. For current OEM Updates please visit the OEM FACEBOOK PAGE HERE.
The Patrol Division is the largest branch of the Wyckoff Police Department. Officers in this division patrol over 88 miles of township roads, 12.7 miles on Bergen County Roads, and 2.5 miles of NJ State Highway Route 208 using a variety of methods. Officers are assigned to patrol with vehicles, bicycles, or on foot in order to proactively provide public safety.
The Traffic Division of the Wyckoff Police Department handles any motor vehicle/ traffic related activities in the Township. The Division conducts various assignments including DWI patrols, speed radar enforcement, pedestrian safety crossings, as well as studying traffic conditions in the Township to improve the safe and efficient flow of traffic. They are responsible for coordinating and supervising school crossing posts in 16 locations, and reviewing site plan applications for new construction from a traffic safety perspective. To report an unsafe condition or traffic problem in your Wyckoff neighborhood please contact (201) 891-2121 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Records Division of the Wyckoff Police Department handles all requests for Discovery, OPRA (Open Public Records Act), UCR (Uniform Crime Reporting) statistics, as well as general review of all Case reports. Officers in this Division work together to ensure that all statistics are properly calculated, and that all personnel receive the necessary information in a timely fashion. For all discovery requests please contact the Records Division at (201) 891-2121 or email@example.com.
The Wyckoff Police Department's Detective Bureau investigates all crimes occurring in the Township. In addition, this division works with adjacent towns and other municipal, county, state and federal law enforcement agencies by sharing information to solve crimes and return stolen property. For crime prevention information, contact the Detective Bureau at 201-891-2121 or firstname.lastname@example.org.