East Windsor Police Department Administration Division consists of sworn and civilian members to include the Chief of Police, Deputy Chief of Police, a Patrol Lieutenant, an Administrative Lieutenant, the Administrative Assistant to the Chief of Police, and the Records Division Manager. As a team, they ensure the effective and efficient administration of law enforcement and public safety activities throughout the Town and its five villages, providing a sense of safety and security through the delivery of customer-friendly police services and maintaining valuable community partnerships that protect and improve the social well-being and security of our citizens and the community.
It is the Chief of Police and his administrative staff’s duty to deliver a timely, well thought out public safety plan, and response to patterns of crime and disorder that threaten the peace and safety of our community. With that goal in mind, the Administration Division provides a wide variety of services within the East Windsor Police Department. The Administrative Division handles budgeting and finance, grant management, procurement (purchasing) and billing, the human resource function to include payroll, fleet and facilities maintenance, policy and procedure (accreditation), planning and research, crime analysis, FOIA requests, technology, recruitment and hiring, community outreach, professional responsibility (internal affairs), public information, special projects, and they perform the overall executive functions to manage the agency on a day to day basis – as part of the town-wide team.
This includes directing administrative activities in order to accomplish the mission and goals of the agency, and to ensure that department resources are used in the most efficient, effective, and transparent manner. The Administration is responsible for coordinating Police Department efforts with other departments within the Town of East Windsor, other criminal justice agencies and police departments, and the community. The Administration also works with regional, state, and national organizations to enhance the ability of the department to ensure the safety of all persons in the community. It is the goal of this department and the administration to provide a high level of customer service and to maintain a deep commitment to our community and our employees, and to the public we serve.
ADMINISTRATION DIVISION – ANCILLARY FUNCTIONS:
PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY – We are committed to receiving and responding to commendations and/or complaints about the actions and performance of our personnel. As an organization, we are committed to providing the highest level of public safety services. Integrity, honesty, and professionalism are the foundational elements for a successful police department. Our reputation with the community depends on developing and maintaining trust.
As proud members of the East Windsor Police Department, we are aware of the important responsibilities and duties we have as dedicated public servants. The “Professional Responsibility” or “Internal Affairs” is the watchdog of the department and is overseen by the Operations Commander, currently the Deputy Chief of Police, reporting directly to the Chief of Police. Professional Responsibility or Internal Affairs has the responsibility of thoroughly investigating complaints brought against employees (sworn or civilian), as as well as, conducting inspectional services – to help insure that our members are providing professional police and public safety services. The courteous receipt of complaints, thorough and impartial investigations, adherence to the law and collective bargaining, and just dispositions are critical in maintaining the confidence of citizens and staff members. To make a commendation or a complaint, you may contact any on-duty supervisor at your convenience, obtain complaints forms in person, by mail when requested, or through this webpage – and you will be contacted by the assigned investigator about your concern. Always remember, you can contact the Chief of Police or the Deputy Chief of Police directly at the listed number. Please see the important department links below.