Effective January 1, 2022...
OVERNIGHT parking rules will remain suspended until further notice. NMPD will be enforcing Borough Parking resolutions. Specifically, Commuter Parking & Day Time Parking (Brookchester area) as per Ordinance 7-3.6.
Car Seat Check Event - Saturday, October 22, 2022
This event will take place at the New Milford DPW located at 850 Robert Chester Way, New Milford from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm. Please attempt to install the car seat prior to arriving. If possible, it is best to bring the child with you and no appointment necessary.
4th Annual Domestic Violence Awareness Symposium - 10/25
This event is LIVE & IN PERSON at New Milford High School Auditorium located at One Snyder Circle, New Milford, NJ • OCTOBER 25TH • 6:30PM. Join us for a presentation about domestic violence featuring stories of survival. Moderated by NM Councilman Matthew Seymour.
* A live feed link for online viewing will be shared closer to the event date.
Crossing Guards Needed!
We are now accepting applications for Crossing Guards for multiple available positions starting in September. Paid training provided. Please stop at the Police Station to pick up an application or click here.
NMPD Announces New
Effective immediately, in honor of the sacrifice made by Police Officer Ray Woods in 1972, the address for the New Milford Police Department is now
112 Patrolman Ray Woods Drive.
Visit here to learn the story of P.O. Woods and his heroic sacrifice.
NMPD Achieves Accreditation
Chief Police Brian T. Clancy is proud to announce that the New Milford Police Department has achieved Police Agency Accreditation through the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police Law Enforcement Accreditation Program (NJSACOP LEAP) on March 11, 2021.
Accreditation is a highly prized recognition of law enforcement professional excellence. It requires agencies to comply with best practice standards in five basic areas: administration, personnel, operations, investigation and arrestees. To receive accreditation status, The NMPD was required to meet or exceed the NJSACOP LEAP standards that reflect these professional best practices in policing.
Accreditation results in greater accountability within the agency, reduced risk and liability exposure, stronger defense against civil lawsuits, increased community advocacy, and more confidence in the agency’s ability to operate efficiently and respond to community needs. Chief Clancy made accrediting the New Milford Police Department a priority upon first being promoted to Chief in May of 2019.