In Case of Emergency Dial 9-1-1

Please understand that Berlin Township police is dispatched by
Camden County communications center, Call (856) 783-4900 for non emergency.

Berlin Twp. Police Department Vehicle Photo

135 South Route 73
West Berlin, NJ 08091

Non-Emergency Phone: (856) 783-4900
Records: (856) 767-5878

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The Berlin Township Police Department is always ready to answer your 911 call,
but we need your help to make sure proper information is gathered and everyone is safe. 

  1. Stay calm, take a deep breath and try not to get excited.  Any situation that requires 911 is an emergency.  The dispatch knows this and will try to move things along quickly but under control. 
  2. Know the location of the emergency and the number you are calling from.  Even though 911 centers have enhanced capabilities they are still required to confirm information so they may ask questions.  If you are disconnected emergency crews know where you are and how to call you back.
  3. Wait for the dispatcher to ask you questions and answer clearly and calmly.  If you are in danger of assault the dispatcher will still need you to answer quietly mostly yes and no answers. 
  4. Let the dispatcher guide the conversation.  They are typing the information into a computer and it may seem like it is taking forever.  There is a good chance that emergency services are already on the way while you are still speaking to 911.
  5. Follow directions.  In some cases the call-taker will give you directions. Listen carefully, follow each step exactly.
  6. Keep your eyes open, you may be asked to describe victims, suspects, vehicles, or other parts of the scene.     

Do not hang up the call until directed to do so by the dispatcher.

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Commendation By Mayor Phyliss

Our Berlin Township Police Department has entered into an accreditation process that aims to enhance our current policies and procedures by implementing the latest best practices. Entering into this program  demonstrates our unwavering commitment to the safety and well-being of our residents. By incorporating these guidelines and best practices into our day-to-day operations, we are confident that it will strengthen  our policies, streamline our procedures, and ultimately improve the quality of services provided to our community.


I commend Chief of Police, Louis Bordi and the outstanding men and women of the Berlin Township  Police Department for their dedication and tireless efforts in protecting our community. Their commitment is truly commendable and worthy of recognition.


This new accreditation will further instill confidence in our community. It will ensure that we remain up to date with current practices and promote efficiency within our department. Achieving this accreditation is undoubtedly a labor-intensive process, but we are extremely excited to soon attain what is considered the best of the best in police department standards. 


Mayor Phyllis

Patrolman Ryan Donnelly

New Body-Worn Cameras

Pictured here is Ptl. Ryan Donnelly wearing the new body-worn camera as now required in New Jersey as per the Attorney General. Effective January 1st, 2022, Berlin Township Police Officers will begin to record both audio and video for all law enforcement activities including interactions with the public and civilians. As soon as feasible, Officers will advise the citizen their interaction is being recorded. Officers are limited as to when they can deactivate a body-worn camera as per the Attorney General Policy. Berlin Township Police will operate in accordance with the law and help bring transparency in an effort to continue to gain and keep the public’s trust.