Freehold Township PBA Local 209 is a member of the New Jersey State Policemen's Benevolent Association.
Operating as usual
PBA 209 is proud to help the brave people of Ukraine and especially the family and friends of our brother, Miroslav Alfeldi.
With support for the Ukrainian people and our brother, Freehold Township Police Officer Maroslav Alfeldi who was born and raised in Ukraine, we have collected used Law Enforcement ballistic vests which will be donated to the Ukrainian Military and civilian support.
Officer Alfeldi has many family members and friends who remain in great danger as the invasion continues in his home country. This is one small way our police department can support our brother officer.
As a reminder, Freehold Township is also collecting health and comfort items which will be shipped to Ukraine. Please support this cause and donate what you can!
Any questions about the collection can be directed to Freehold Township Mayor Maureen Fasano.
Reminder ….. LEE Civil Service exam sign up ends 2/28.
❗️UPDATE: Please note that cover letters need to be received by February 15th.
FTPD is now recruiting new Police Officers! Complete the civil service application at https://twp.freehold.nj.us/police-department-employment and start the journey to serve your community!
Closing date for the 2022 Exam is approaching.
Yes, we are looking for a few good men and women with their NJ Class “A” PTC certification who are looking to join us at the FTPD.
Come out Tuesday night August 3rd from 5PM to 9PM at iPlay America’s parking lot for National Night Out.
FREE indoor rides, pizza, cotton candy, snacks & more! Meet our local First Responders, learn about their emergency equipment and explore the vehicles.
110 Schanck Road
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Torch Run 2021
Remembering our friend Chris Matlosz. RIP buddy
Freehold Twp. PBA 209 would like to send its condolences to the Old Bridge Twp. Police department and Police Officer Chris Cronin’s family. Police Officer Chris Cronin#193 suddenly passed away early yesterday morning. It’s an understatement to say Chris was a wonderful person and a great police officer. He will be sorely missed by all that knew him. RIP #193
PBA 209 is participating in the 2020 No-Shave November Charity Event! No-Shave November is a month-long journey during which participants forgo shaving and grooming in order to evoke conversation and raise cancer awareness. Chief Baumann has relaxed department policy to allow officers to grow beards or other facial hair for the month of November. Each officer has personally made a donation to this excellent cause and we are asking the public's assistance. Please consider donating at this link.
Please help support a great cause that is near and dear to our hearts!
Our agency has been taking multiple reports specifically from our senior citizen residents about scams being conducted over the telephone and the internet. In most cases the actor(s) appear very convincing, often stating personal information or knowledge to the victim in order to gain their trust. The victims are often promised a "grant" or "cash reward" if they send funds to the perpetrators. Victims are sometimes contacted about a loved one being kidnapped or in jail and then money is requested in the form of gift cards or money orders.
We would like to remind our residents to be very careful when speaking to or interacting with people over the phone or internet. Legitimate government agencies will not contact you via phone, email, or social media requesting your personal information. They will also not request payment via gift cards, money orders, or cashier's checks. Please take the time to vet the contact before sending any payment. Any resident who believes they are being scammed or wishes to check the validity of an encounter can call 732-462-7500.
We also ask our residents to remind our senior citizen community (those of whom who are not on social media) about the dangers of disseminating personal information or funds to others. In a lot of cases those transactions are not traceable and it will be impossible to ever recoup the losses for victims.
Freehold Township PBA Local #209 wishes to thank the hard working employees over at Sam's Club, located in Freehold Township.
PBA President William Gallo personally delivered lunch to a bunch of hard working folks that have kept our resident’s homes stocked with needed products.
Today, FTPD, and the Freehold Township PBA Local #209 provided lunch to the hardworking employees at ShopRite. Thank you for all that you are doing providing this essential service to our town.
If anyone has spray bottles, the hospital is in need!
PBA 209 is happy to support such a great cause for such a brave warrior.
We love Freehold Township Police Department, you are the good! Thank you for always giving us your support!
PBA 209 would like to share this amazing cause in honor of an amazingly strong little girl. Our members got to meet Liv last year. We were in awe at her bravery and selflessness. Rest In Peace sweet angel.
Today Liv has been gone for 3 months. For three months I have lived with the most agonizing heartache a mother can experience. 3 months since i last held my girl. My life is now held hostage by dates on the calendar, waiting for the next one that will take me further away from being with my first baby. I now look for signs; pictures of unicorns, numbers, songs anything just to feel like a part of her is still with me. I think sometimes it easy to forget why this foundation was started, it was built on heartache and grief. A way to remember my little girl that was taken too soon. Another blaring date on is coming up on the calendar, February 19th which would have been Liv's 9th birthday. This year we won't be planning a party, there will be no excitement while Liv picks a theme so we can spend way too much money on cheesy decorations, no party favors. Instead there will be tears and heartache. So I am asking everyone to remember Liv by donating $19 in honor of her birthday through our website, livlikeaunicorn.com. We need funding for a cure because no one should have to live like this, no mother should have to be without their baby.
PBA 209 is participating in a coat drive this holiday season. Please consider donating new or slightly worn coats to this cause. All of the information can be found below. Thank you.
Investigators are trying to determine the whereabouts of 25-year-old Stephanie Parze who was last seen at her residence in Freehold Township around 10 p.m. on October 30, 2019.
Anyone with any information or who has had contact with Ms. Parze is urged to contact Detective Shawn Murphy of the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office at 732-431-7160 ext. 7032, or Detective Daniel Valentine of the Freehold Township Police at 732-462-7908.
Freehold Township has a great support system when a resident is in need.
SCHOOL IS IN SESSION!
Please remember to slow down in school zones and residential areas! Yield to pedestrians, stop for school buses, obey crossing guards, and most importantly expect the unexpected from our young residents during this exciting time of year.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has some great traffic safety tips for how we can all stay safe on the roads this time of year.
Welcome back to school to all our students and faculty. Please drive safe everyone!
Today we met with Olivia a Township resident that is battling cancer. Despite her illness, she still wanted to do something good to raise awareness for pediatric cancer. Olivia is a great inspiration to all of us.
It’s always about supporting our community
This Saturday (Only 3 days away) is our 34th Annual Clambake! We still have some tickets available for this extremely popular event. Did I mention it's going to be 83 degrees and sunny all day? Please stop in at the Freehold Township Police Department or contact any officer to purchase tickets.
Live music. Great Food. Don't miss out!!!
Thank you to everyone who came out for another great National Night Out.
National Night Out 2019
What a Great turn out tonight.
An 81-acre showground for horse shows, dog shows, and special events each year, including the annual Monmouth County Fair.
The CCYCs offer opportunities where families come together as active community partners to make a change in their childrens' lives.