|COMMUNICATIONS AND RECORDS|
Stephen Beecher - Chief of Police
Located in northwestern Morris County New Jersey, the Township of Mount Olive is a rapidly growing community of over 25,000 people. The Township covers 32 square miles and is home to Budd Lake, the largest natural lake in the state. The Township is crossed by Interstate 80, Routes 206 and 46. The Police Department, established in 1929, currently has 48 sworn officers supported by a staff of civilian personnel and dispatchers.
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The Mt. Olive Police Dept. and Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 122 are proud to participate in the Pink Patch Project. For more information click here.
10/12/16- The Mt. Olive Police Athletic League will be hosting the 14th Annual Halloween Trick or Treat Night at the Mount Olive Middle School on October 31st. For more information click here.
08/29/16- Congratulations to Capt. Michael Spitzer, Lt. Michael Cordileone and Sgt. Michael Zarro on their promotions!
08/25/16- Best wishes to Sgt. Jeff Kalafut and Officer Phil Ryan on their retirements!
08/01/16- Congratulations to Chief Stephen Beecher on his promotion to Chief and Cpl. Eric Anthony on his promotion to Sergeant!
07/29/16- Congratulations to Chief Mark Spitzer on his retirement after 33 years of dedicated service!
The Mount Olive Police are now on Facebook.
Mount Olive Police are now on Twitter! To sign up or view alerts go HERE!
Information and photos from Operation LEAD can be found HERE!
The Mount Olive F.O.P. Lodge 122 in partnership with the Mt. Olive P.A.L. and the Mt. Olive Police Department are making available "Emergency Response" signs for your mailbox post. For additional information click HERE! To order click HERE!
9/11/01 - Our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims and their families of the World Trade Center and Pentagon attacks.
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