Police Headquarters is open for police business Monday - Friday 9:00 am to 4:00 pm (excluding holidays). Individuals wishing to file a police report or wishing to speak with an officer may call any time of day or night seven days a week. There is no need to wait for the business office to open. The officers on patrol will speak with you. Just request the dispatcher to have an officer call you or stop by at your location.
The Mendham Borough Police Department is staffed by 12 full-time officers, one full time secretary and one part time secretary. A minimum of one officer is on duty in the Borough, working 11.25-hour tours during any 24-hour period, patrolling our 6.2 square mile community.
The Mendham Borough police officers respond to ALL emergency calls including fire and first-aid calls. Our patrol cars are equipped with first-aid equipment including Defibrillators. Several police officers are also EMT certified.
The officers routinely patrol the Borough looking for suspicious activity in an attempt to prevent crime. Enforcement of criminal and motor vehicle laws are necessary to keep our community and streets safe. The police department also provides additional services, such as child car seat installation/inspection, vacant house checks, community crime prevention programs, safety programs, and school programs such as LEAD.
In need of a Notary Public? We have a notary on staff who will notarize your documents. This is done free of charge to Boro residents.
The Mendham Borough Police Department is dispatched by the Morris County Department of Law and Public Safety Communications Center 24 hours a day / 7 days a week. The dispatcher relays your message to the on duty officers in our community for response. Again, it is not necessary to wait until our business office opens to make a complaint or report.