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Investigations Division
Do you have information on a crime or suspicious activity? Use our online anonymous tip form.

Responsibilities
The Investigations Division, under the supervision of Lt. James Dunn, is staffed by four Detectives and two Sergeants. Detectives have a variety of responsibilities including:

Performing all major investigative activities of the department.

Performing follow-up investigations of serious and vice crimes.

Conducting thorough investigations, gathering and preserving evidence, making arrests, and testifying in court.

Seeking and developing sources of information.

Interrogating suspects and witnesses.

Interviewing suspects and witnesses, taking written statements.

Maintaining surveillance over persons and places suspected of illegal operations.

Participating in the search and booking of persons arrested.

Preparing cases for prosecution by means of accurate and detailed record keeping.

Recovering stolen property for the purpose of evidence and , if appropriate return to its owner.

Performing all identification functions.

Processing juvenile offenders.




The Detective Bureau is staffed Monday through Friday from 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM. They are also available to assist with investigations on a call out basis.


Do you have information on a crime or suspicious activity? Use our online anonymous tip form.



Fingerprinting for NJ Criminal History Records Checks

The New Jersey State Police have contracted a company called MorphoTrak to run a live scan fingerprinting program. For more information click here.



Bad Check Complaints

The Mount Olive Police Department will take reports on bad checks, and complaints will be signed with the Mount Olive Municipal Court. These cases will be heard in either our municipal court, or referred to the Morris County Prosecutor's Office when the amount is $200.00 or over. For more information refer to our Bad Check Information page.


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