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Evesham Township Police Department

The Evesham Police Department is a professional and progressive law enforcement agency, committed to working together with the community we serve, in order to provide the highest quality of service.  Together, in partnership with our community, we will continue to make the township an inviting and safe place to live, visit, and do business.

February - Officer of The Month

ETPD “Officer of the Month” for February 2015 is Patrolman Joshua Kerr. He is being commended for his actions during an extremely dangerous situation and his proactive enforcement and outstanding police work.

CALEA Accreditation

CALEA Accredited - Evesham Township Police Department among the top 1% of U.S. law enforcement agencies for professionalism and organization excellence.

Project Medicine Drop

Any time, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, to dispose of unused or excess medications.

Citizen Online Reporting

The purpose of this form is to allow Evesham residents to conveniently file police reports from home, work, or anywhere with Internet access

Nixle

Signing up for Public Safety Alerts from the Evesham Police is simple and convenient. Simply follow the below listed link.

Nextdoor

Nextdoor enables residents and the Evesham Police Department the ability to work together to improve safety and strengthen neighborhood watch efforts.

Community Video Registration

The Evesham Police Department is asking residents and businesses across the Township to register their privately owned surveillance camera systems

ETPD Crime APP

ETPD wants every motorist and every pedestrian in the township to be our "eyes and ears" for suspicious or criminal activity

Explorer Program

This youth program is designed to provide young men and women, between the ages of 14-20, with life skills, character education and leadership experience to become a productive member of society in addition to having the opportunity to start a future career in law enforcement

D.D.A.C.T.S

Data-Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety (DDACTS) is a law enforcement operational model supported by a partnership among the Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and two agencies of the Department of Justice: the Bureau of Justice Assistance and the National Institute of Justice.