The Trenton Police Department is dedicated to the citizens of the City of Trenton! We are a professional community oriented police department whose goal is to ensure the safety of its citizens.
Recognizing that the people of Trenton have made us guardians of the public trust, we realize that crime, disorder, and hazardous conditions present the greatest threats to society, and the responsibility for assisting the public overcoming these threats in our community rests with us.
As society changes, so does the role of public safety. Therefore, our goals and objectives shall be committed to developing and implementing innovative programs to improve the Department’s overall performance. Any such program will encourage community members to become involved and be equal partners in determining how given services are received and providing them in a most effective and efficient manner.
The Trenton Police Department is committed to fostering a workforce that reflects the diversity of our community and creating an environment in which residents feel comfortable interacting with the police. As such, the Trenton Police Department does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, or age. The agency strictly follows the directives of the State Attorney General on such matters to the fullest and best of its ability in order to create community interest in law enforcement careers and enhance the relationship between the personnel of the Trenton Police Department and the residents they are sworn to protect.
In order to further assist our citizens, the Trenton Police Department is now offering free public WiFi within the police headquarters building, located at 225 North Clinton Avenue
The Internal Affairs Unit is now located in the East Police District building located at:
1102 Greenwood Avenue, Trenton, New Jersey 08609.
The contact numbers for the East Police District are as follows:
Main phone number 609-989-4100 Internal Affairs Lieutenant 609-989-4102
Primary Fax number 609-989-4235
A nationwide trend has started impacting New Jersey in recent months, where thieves are targeting Hyundai and Kia vehicles due to a viral social media challenge that provides step-by-step instructions for thieves looking to capitalize on their anti-theft vulnerabilities. The target of these thefts are Hyundai and Kia vehicles lacking push-button ignitions and immobilizing anti-theft devices.
Approximately 540,000 Hyundais and Kias are currently registered in New Jersey, and approximately 143,000 of them are affected by the security vulnerabilities.
Owners of eligible vehicles are encouraged to contact Hyundai toll-free at 800-633-5151 or Kia toll-free at 800-333-4542 for information on the FREE technology fix.
We Need You!
Did you know that 1 in 4 women and 1 in 10 men will experience sexual violence, physical violence, or stalking by an intimate partner in their lifetime? At Womanspace, we serve those impacted by domestic violence and sexual assault. In the coming months, there are two ways you can join us in our mission to create safer communities for our neighbors.
Volunteer for Our Response Teams of Mercer County
Our Response Teams of Mercer County are comprised of highly trained and dedicated volunteers who meet with victims of domestic violence and sexual assault at the moment of crisis. The role of the Response Team Advocate is to provide compassionate support and tangible resources to women, men, and their children at an extremely difficult time. Our goal is to empower victim-survivors so they can make informed decisions that are best for their lives and their families.
For more information about this important opportunity to make an impact on someone’s life, visit https://womanspace.org/volunteers-members/become-a-womanspace-response-team-advocate/ or email Varonda at email@example.com or Sheilagh at firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline to apply is August 30, 2023.
Join Our Womanspace Warriors Team
On Saturday, September 24, 2023, Womanspace will be walking in The New Jersey Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NJCASA) Movement for a Safer NJ on the boardwalk in Bradley Beach, New Jersey.
NJCASA’s Movement for a Safer NJ will feature music, dance, art, yoga, and an optional 1.8-mile walk/roll/stroll, honoring the estimated 1.8 million survivors of contact sexual violence in our home state to raise awareness of the resources available to victim-survivors of sexual assault in NJ. NJCASA (The New Jersey Coalition Against Sexual Assault) is the statewide advocacy and capacity building organization that represents New Jersey’s 21 county-based sexual violence programs and that of Rutgers University.
Please join our team, the Womanspace Warriors, and walk with us! We are proud to be part of this coalition and need more fuel to reach those who need us most. Visit https://www.classy.org/event/njcasas-movement-for-a-safer-nj/e488655 to join our Womanspace Warriors Team.