On Thursday, June 13th, 2019, the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police held hearing to determine the accreditation status of 31 law enforcement agencies in the State of New Jersey.

The New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police, Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission met and reviewed reports submitted by independent, trained assessors. The assessors reviewed each agencies policies and operations to verify they met the strict standards of the program. During the hearing, command staff from each agency are also interviewed by the commission.

The following New Jersey Law Enforcement Agencies achieved accredited status, or re-accredited status at the June 13th meeting of the commission:

  • Voorhees Police Department
  • Tenafly Police Department
  • Florham Park Police Department
  • Mansfield Township Police Department
  • Ho Ho Kus Police Department
  • Manchester Township Police Department
  • Brookdale Community College Police Department
  • East Brunswick Township Police Department
  • Wallington Police Department
  • Pine Beach Police Department
  • Fair Lawn Police Department
  • Margate City Police Department
  • Wood Ridge Police Department
  • Clifton Police Department
  • Bergenfield Police Department
  • Ridgefield Park Police Department
  • Warren Township Police Department
  • Avalon Police Department
  • Morris County Prosecutor’s Office
  • Willingboro Police Department
  • Upper Saddle River Police Department
  • Stone Harbor Police Department
  • Washington Township Police Department (Morris)
  • Teaneck Police Department
  • Midland Park Police Department
  • Ocean Township Police Department
  • Bridgewater Township Police Department
  • Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office
  • Long Hill Police Department
  • Morris Plains Police Department
  • Salem County Sheriff’s Office

Agencies looking to enter the NJSACOP accreditation program may go to www.njsacop.org or contact the NJSACOP Accreditation Program Director Harry J. Delgado via e-mail at [email protected].