Police/Public Safety

Special Law Enorcement Officer Class II Opportunity

Interested candidates must email cwhitman@belmarpd.com

The Belmar Police Department is announcing that on Sunday August 4, 2024 we will be hosting our physical test. All who wish to apply for the position of SLEO II are required to fill out our Pre-PT application as soon as possible. Candidates who pass the physical will advance to the background stage of the hiring process. Selected applicants will be sent to either Monmouth County Police Academy or Ocean County Police Academy. The application and directions will be sent out via email with a deadline to turn in applications by August 1, 2024. Physical test will be conducted rain or shine. You must be 18 years or older to apply. 

Beginning today, February 1, 2022, all Belmar Police Department uniformed officers  have been equipped with Body Worn Cameras. As per the New Jersey Attorney General Guidelines, all uniformed law enforcement officers are to be equipped with Body Worn Cameras. Please see below a description and photographs of the equipment and general information.  
Use of Body Worn Cameras

All emergency services are accessible through dialing 9-1-1

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 may contact the Belmar Police Department by dialing 732-681-1700 or by fax 732-681-7470.

To report a confidential crime tip please call 732-681-ATIP (2847).

 Please note that Belmar Police will accept any unused medications 7 days a week.






NJ Office of Victim Advocacy Unit Information

Click to View the Victim-Witness Pamphlet

Click to View the VINE Brochure (English)

Click to View the VINE Brochure (Spanish)


Domestic Violence : http://www.180nj.org/ 


New Jersey Sex Offender Internet Registry (Click)

NJ Victims of Crime Compensation Office Information

Click to View the VCCO Online Flyer

Click to View the VCCO Brochure


New Jersey's AMBER Alert Plan (Click)

Information on FREE counseling to victims of crime.  Click here for more information.

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 732-681-1700.