MORRIS PLAINS POLICE DEPARTMENT

531 Speedwell Avenue Morris Plains, NJ 07950

Phone:  973-538-2284

​Fax:  973-538-3382

***MORRIS PLAINS FINEST TRADING CARDS***

Come one, Come all..the game clock starts.....NOW!

The Morris Plains Police Department has officially kicked off our "Trading Card Campaign".

The trading card is similar to a football or a baseball card but better. Each officer has their own trading card,

with their image on the front and a short biography on the back. Our officers will be  carrying the cards with

them while on duty. The goal of this campaign is to get the children of Morris Plains to meet their officers by

approaching them and asking for a trading card.

The first FOUR children to collect the entire card series can return to police headquarters for a prize that

will be given to them by the Chief of Police, Jason Kohn.

Continue to "LIKE" and follow our Police Department Facebook

page for updated information on the game.

Below is the set of rules:

-Approach the police officer only when they are not busy.
-When you approach a police officer, do so as if you would any other adult, using words,

"excuse me and thank you".
-If the police officer is engaged in conversation, please wait until they are finished.
-Do not chase police cars. If cars drive down your street wait until they stop, or for another opportunity. 
-In addition to meeting the officers on the street, many officers spend time at Police Headquarters,

so feel free to stop down and meet them. 
-There is no deadline for collecting the cards.
-Remember, this is a great opportunity to meet the officers of the Morris Plains Police Department.

Parents are encouraged to bring the children to meet the officers, however do not pick cards

up for your children.
-Age range: Kindergarten through 8th Grade only.

Click on the picture to the right for a full listing of all Officers.

Let the GAMES BEGIN!

Morris Plains Police Department Trading Card Program!

“Register Ready – New Jersey’s Special Needs Registry for Disasters” allows New Jersey residents with disabilities or access and functional needs and their families, friends, caregivers and associates an opportunity to provide information to emergency response agencies so emergency responders can better plan to serve them in a disaster or other emergency.

The information collected here is confidential and will not be available to the public. The information will be held securely and only used for emergency response and planning.

Why should you register?   

To be notified by local officials when an evacuation has been ordered.
IT MAY SAVE YOUR LIFE!

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The Morris Family Justice Center provides 

the services a survivor of domestic violence, dating abuse or sexual assault needs in ONE place—counseling, protection, legal and immigration assistance, children’s services, and more.  If you or anyone you know needs assistance in any of these areas, please DO NOT HESITATE to contact the Morris Family Justice Center by clicking on the Photo on the Right.

Smart 911


Smart 911 is a valuable tool that is free to use.  It provides the 911 dispatcher with information on you and your residence should an emergency arise.  Click on the form above for more information.  There are also videos you can review on why this service is useful as well as how to sign up.  If you are interested, Click on the SIGN UP FOR SMART 911 NOW button.  ------->

Click on the Image above to obtain a copy of a crash report.

The Morris Plains Police Department is currently accredited under the New Jersey State Association of Chief's of Police Accreditation Program.  This is a very prestigious accomplishment and accredited status represents a significant professional achievement. Accreditation acknowledges the implementation of policies and procedures that are conceptually sound and operationally effective.

The Morris Plains Police Department and surrounding agencies have been investigating several burglaries to motor vehicles over the past few days.  The perpetrators have been entering unlocked vehicles and are ransacking the inside, taking anything of value.  Multiple vehicles had the keys left inside and those vehicles were taken.  All residents are EXTREMELY urged to lock their vehicles and take anything of value into their homes with them.  DO NOT leave anything of value within view and please report any suspicious activity immediately by dialing 9-1-1.  

Another scam that has been active lately is called the Grandparent Scam.  In this scam, residents are receiving phone calls from someone claiming to be related to them asking for money after being injured in a car accident or stating they have been arrested and need money right away.  For more information on this scam, click on the Grandparent Scam Photo.  

!!!RESIDENT SCAM ADVISORY!!!


The Morris Plains Police Department as well as neighboring departments have received a higher rate of telephone scams regarding the IRS.  If you receive a call from someone claiming to be from the IRS and requesting you settle a debt with them or they tell you that they owe them money, DO NOT SEND MONEY without either contacting the Morris Plains Police Department or the IRS.  More information on this scam and others can be located on IRS.gov.  A direct link is available by clicking on the SCAM ALERT icon next to this post.

This site was built and is powered by godaddy.com.  It is maintained by the Morris Plains Police Department personnel.

The Morris Plains Police Department supports Project Childsafe.  Gun safety is crucial to ensure a safe home.  We offer free gunlocks that are available at headquarters, 531 Speedwell Avenue, Morris Plains, NJ 07950.  For more information on Project Childsafe, Click on the icon to the left. 

Silver Alerts are fairly new in New Jersey.  When you are driving on a highway and see signs for a silver alert, this deals with Missing Persons who are over the age of 50.  These people may also have other reasons why they have gone missing, such as dementia or Alzheimer's.  For more information on Silver Alerts, see the image to the right.

Going on Vacation?  The Morris Plains Police Department will keep an extra eye on your home while you are away!  just click on the Photo Above, fill out the form and fax it to 973-538-3382 or drop it off at our headquarters:  531 Speedwell Avenue, Morris Plains, NJ 07950

Request our RADAR sign on your street by clicking the image above