Cinnaminson Police Chief Message

As your Chief of Police, I recognize the important role of community involvement in fulfilling our obligation to protect life and liberty. Our department firmly believes in community involvement, communication and public awareness as tools to foster crime prevention. We encourage every citizen to get involved and interact with the Police Department. The many citizen contributions can range from reporting suspicious activity or a crime in progress, burglar-proofing your home or business and teaching family members how to stay safe when out in public places or while surfing the internet.

Policing in the 21st century has dramatically changed and the movement towards utilization of technology and improved police practices has made great strides throughout the country. Our department is dedicated to reaching the highest standards of professionalism through policies, procedures, training and technology. The department’s latest technological advancements have helped to support police operations and provided for greater efficiency.

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**UPDATE: 98 vehicles were successfully inspected today in that short period of time. We are looking to add another day before the year ends to help accommodate anyone who couldn't make it today. I will post once we know the date.

The Cinnaminson Township Police is hosting the NJ Motor Vehicle Inspection Team at the Cinnaminson Avenue Fire Department parking lot. We understand that the inspections stations were closed during Covid and are inviting anyone who needs their car inspected to stop by today between the hours of 9:00 am – 11:30 am & 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm.
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**UPDATE:  98 vehicles were successfully inspected today in that short period of time.  We are looking to add another day before the year ends to help accommodate anyone who couldnt make it today.  I will post once we know the date.

The Cinnaminson Township Police is hosting the NJ Motor Vehicle Inspection Team at the Cinnaminson Avenue Fire Department parking lot. We understand that the inspections stations were closed during Covid and are inviting anyone who needs their car inspected to stop by today between the hours of 9:00 am – 11:30 am & 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm.

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Is this something that you think you may be offering monthly, for the time being?

Do we need to get out of the vehicle? I’m asking so I know if I can bring my kids or not.

It is with deep regret that we announce the passing of retired Sgt. Norm Hathaway of the Cinnaminson Township Police Department who passed away this morning. Norm served 39 years with our department and retired as a Sergeant in 2000. ... See MoreSee Less

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Good guy

Wow. Very sorry to hear about this. He was a great guy!!!

Sending prayers to his family and friends

😢 Rest peacefully Uncle Norm. ❤️

Rest In Peace Sir 💙❤️💙❤️

RIP Sgt !!!! 🙏🙏

Very nice guy.. RIP Norm💙💙

I Love Norman 🙏💖🙏 R.I.P. Kind Sir 💖

Great man. RIP Sarge

So sad to here this. Rip norm

Rest easy.

Rest in peace Norm. Thank you for your service.

Aww Norm. Rest easy!!

RIP and thank you for your service 🙏🏻🙏🏻

RIP 💙💙💙 God Bless you

May you Rest In Peace my good friend and brother.

Rest In Peace my friend and neighbor 🙏🏻🙏🏻

Thank you for your service to Cinnaminson and this world. Rest in Peace!!!!

RIP Norm

Sad news. Thoughts and prayers. 🙏

Rest in peace and thank you. Prayers to the family

Sad news. I remember him from the era of Jim O’Connor, Lou Rider, Fred Hill, John Obuchowski......good guys. RIP Norm.

May he rest in peace. Condolences to his family

Rest in peace Norm

Rest In Peace sir!

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