Welcome to Holland Township Police Department Online!
A Message from Chief John D. Harris, Jr. -

On behalf of Holland Township Police Department, we welcome you to our website and hope you will find
it to be both valuable and informative.  This site has been designed to provide another avenue for
maintaining open communication between our department and the citizens of Holland Township.  We
welcome your comments and suggestions.  Visit our
contact us page to let us know how we are doing.

The Holland Township Police Department is dedicated to serving our residents and strives to provide you
the best public safety services. We will work in partnership with the community to continuously provide a
safe and secure environment in which to live, work and visit.  In order to provide quality law enforcement
services, we hold the following values:


We value human life and dignity.

We value treating you with fairness and respect.

We value excellence so we can provide the best police service to our community and residents.

We value integrity in order to maintain the trust and respect of those who depend on us, we will be
honest and fair in all of our actions.



Respectfully,


John D. Harris, Jr.
Chief of Police

Copyright 2018 Holland Township Police Department. All rights reserved.
Holland Township Police Department
61 Church Road Milford, NJ 08848
(back of building)

Internet sales and purchases (craigslist, ebay) have become popular. We are aware of the potential
dangers
involved in meeting a stranger to transact a purchase or sale of an item.

In an effort to assist and make a transaction safer, the Holland Township Police Department has
designated an area where individuals can meet to conduct internet purchases and exchanges. The area is
posted,
lighted and located behind the municipal building at 61 Church Road Holland Township, NJ.

Officers cannot get involved or actively monitor the transaction. However, there are security cameras that
record the exchange area 24 hours a day. There is also a phone at the location behind the sign that rings
directly to the Hunterdon County Emergency Communications Center, if someone needs assistance.
Although there is nothing that guarantee’s complete safety, we continue to strive to keep the public as
safe as possible.

When making any purchase or sale please always keep in mind the following:

• Insist on a public meeting place, such as coffee shop or police station.

• Do not meet in a secluded place, give out your address or invite strangers into your home.

• Be especially careful when buying or selling high-value items.

• Tell a friend or family member where and when you’re going.

• Take your cellphone along if you have one.

• Never go alone.

• If the deal appears to be too good to be true, then it probably is.

• Always trust your instincts. If the situation feels uneasy then leave. Your life is not worth the price of the
item you are selling or buying.
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