On Saturday, October 27, 2018, the Belmar Police Department will be participating in DEA National RX Takeback Day. You may drop off all of your unused prescription medications to Belmar Police Headquarters to ensure safe handling and proper disposal.
Please note that Belmar Police will accept any unused medications 7 days a week.
All emergency services are accessible through dialing 9-1-1
To report a confidential crime tip please call 732-681-ATIP (2847)
The Belmar Police Department has 20 regular full time Police Officers and approximately 60 part time summer Police Officers.
The Belmar Police Department has established its own 9-1-1 emergency call system and all calls are dispatched through the Belmar Police Department Dispatch Center.
You can contact the Belmar Police Department by calling (732) 681-1700 or via FAX number (732) 681-7470
Information on FREE counseling to victims of crime. Click here for more information.
Code Red & Code Blue
You have the opportunity to register both for both:
Code Red notifications (Emergency Notifications)
Code Blue notifications (Community Announcements)
If you would like to receive both Code Reds and Code Blues just leave both the "Emergency" and the "General" boxes checked at the bottom of the enrollment screen.
The online process is easy and only takes a few seconds. CLICK HERE TO ENROLL NOW
Hurricane Sandy underscored how important it is that all Belmar residents register their cell phones with the Borough’s “Code Red” notification system. Those residents who use Cablevision or FIOS for their home telephone service were not able to receive Code Red notification messages from the Police Department during the outage, because unlike traditional telephone lines (which have their own source of power) their phone service goes out whenever JCP&L’s power goes out.
So, even if you usually receive Code Red messages from the Borough, please take a few moments to click here and add your cell phone number(s) (or other secondary phone(s)) to Belmar’s Code Red database. If you don’t use a landline at home — or if you haven’t been receiving Code Red messages from the Police Department lately — it is especially important that you add your cell phone and landline numbers to the Code Red database so that you will receive important alerts. Don’t worry about providing duplicate numbers — the system automatically eliminates duplicates.
Monmouth County Special Needs Registry
The Monmouth County Special Needs Registry is designed to help first responders better assist a person with special needs in the event of an emergency. Please see attached pamphlet click here or log onto www.mcsnrnj.org for more information. Should you have any questions concerning this program, please call the Belmar Police Department at 732-671-1700.