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Where is the Mount Olive Police Department located?
The police department is located at 204 Flanders Drakestown Road in Budd Lake, NJ.
How do I get a copy of a police report?
Reports are available through the Records Bureau.
How do I arrange to get fingerprinted for a NJ Criminal History Records Check?
The New Jersey State Police have contracted a company called MorphoTrak to run a live scan fingerprinting program. For more information click here.
I collect police patches. Can you send me one of your patches?
Anyone interested in obtaining a department patch please contact Sgt. Michael Novak by e-mail.
How do I get a firearms identification card or purchase permit?
If you live in Mount Olive you may pick up applications at the Communications Center or download them from our site. Go here for more details.
What are the restrictions regarding overnight parking?
Local Ordinance 35-2000 restricts parking between November 15 and April 1 of the succeeding year when there is a covering of snow to a thickness of 1/2 inch or greater or any covering of ice. Any vehicle parked in violation of this restriction may be ticketed or removed by towing the vehicle at the owners or operator's expense. Other Local Ordinances can be found in the online Local Ordinance codebook.
Where can I find a listing of New Jersey Statutes?
New Jersey Statutes, along with other useful information, can be found at the New Jersey State Legislature homepage.
Can the police tell me if schools are closed due to inclement weather?
During inclement weather the police department receives a high volume of calls for service. We request that you limit your phone calls to actual emergencies during this time. Please check your local radio and television stations for school closings or call the School Weather Advisory Hotline at 973-691-4019. You can also find online business and school closings HERE.
Where can I find out the new regulations regarding New Jersey's graduated drivers license program?
You can find out the answer to this question HERE. The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission web site also has information regarding vehicle registration and inspections.
What is the procedure for reporting bad checks?
You can find out the answer to this question HERE.