The identification bureau provides firearms-purchase licenses and handles renewal and applications for liquor-license identification cards.
Police reports are available from the records bureau.
Details on the Teaneck Police Department's other services and bureaus can be found by contacting police headquarters.
Teaneck Volunteer Ambulance Corps 855 Teaneck Rd, Teaneck, NJ07666 The Teaneck Volunteer Ambulance Corps is an emergency ambulance service operating in the township of Teaneck with more…More than 100 members. It responds to more than 4,000 emergency calls per year. Those interested in joining must be at least 15 1/2 years old, and all members must complete a four-hour shift every week. To reach the Teaneck Volunteer Ambulance Corps by phone, call the Teaneck police non-emergency line and ask for "TVAC."
Teaneck Board of Education Central Administration Offices 1 Merrison St, Teaneck, NJ07666 The Teaneck Public Schools District Central Administration Office is home to the administrative and managerial units of…More the public school district. This includes the superintendent's office and business office. It's located on Merrison Street at Broad Street, near the Police Department building.
The Teaneck Police Department is a 99-member department that includes a detective bureau, juvenile bureau, community…More policing bureau, services bureau and traffic bureau. In addition to police services, the department also serves as the central 911 dispatch center for the township. Emergency calls for fire, police and ambulances are often routed to the police dispatch center.
The department's detective bureau includes a computer investigations and technology unit that is available to discuss the risks children and teens can face online.
Officers from the community policing unit work to maintain strong partnerships between the community and law enforcement. Community policing bureau officers manage the Junior Police Academy, National Night Out, Neighborhood Watch, D.A.R.E and G.R.E.A.T. programs and are available to meet with residents and community groups.
Specially trained members of the juvenile bureau are also available to meet with families and community groups to discuss drugs, gangs and answer questions about the Juvenile Justice system.
The department's headquarters building, at 909 Teaneck Road, is a relatively new facility built in 1995 to replace the department's aging offices.