COMMUNITY POLICING DIVISION
The Community Policing Division is staffed with a Captain, Administrative Assistant, 2 Sergeants and 6 Officers. The division is comprised of seven separate units and bureaus.
The Traffic Safety Bureau is staffed by one Sergeant and three Traffic Safety Officers. These officers are tasked with investigating all fatal and serious injury accidents that occur in the Township of Brick as well as being part of the Ocean County Fatal Accident Support Team (F.A.S.T).
The Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Bureau is staffed by a Director of EMS, Deputy Director of EMS, and two civilian Supervisors, twenty-four full time and twenty-seven part time Medical Technicians that provide emergency medical services that include: Basic Life Support, Transport, Technical Rescue, Water Rescue, Extraction and Rescue services to the visitors and residents of the Township of Brick and surrounding communities that require their services. In addition they serve as a participating agency of the New Jersey EMS Task Force.
The Brick Township Police Emergency Medical Services is committed to providing the highest quality of pre-hospital care to the community we serve. This is accomplished by providing exceptional customer care, community outreach, public educations, and the best possible patient outcome thru the ever-changing nature of healthcare.
Teamwork – We encourage active collaboration to solve problems, avoid conflict, make decision, and achieve common goals.
Professionalism – We accept the challenge and responsibility to maintain the highest standards of excellence in EMS. We continually strive to determine and meet the needs of the community.
Compassion – We support the individualized caring and comforting offered as healthcare providers.
Clinical Excellence – We strive for the highest standards of care through continue education and training of our personnel.
Child Seat Inspections
The Brick Police EMS has nationally certified Child Passenger Safety Technicians (CPST) available to provide knowledge and education to parents and expecting parents of the proper installation and usage of car seats. For more information check our Facebook page for monthly child seat inspection or contact us at email@example.com.
Special Operations Division
The Special Operations Division is made up of members who received specialized training in technical rescue, water rescue, tactical ems, and large scale disaster and event planning. Members train regularly to prepare for a variety of situations and events. In addition they maintain a Mass Care Response Unit (MCRU) and Alternative Support Apparatus (ASAP) in partnership with the NJ EMS Task Force.
Brick Township Police EMS
401 Chambers Bridge Rd
Brick, NJ 08723
Director of EMS – Robert Contreras: 732-451-2038 Option #3
Deputy Director of EMS – Michael Botts: 732-451-2038 Option #4
EMS Supervisors – Tim Cranmer and Anthony Botts: 732-451-2038 Option #5
Car Seat Inspections: 732-451-2038 Option #6
Crime Prevention Unit is staffed by one Officer who facilitates the following programs:
- Neighborhood Watch
- Not Even Once
- Youth Prevention Coalition (YCP)
- Blue Hart
- Prescription Drug Drop Box
- Public Safety Cadets
- Police Camp
- Special Events
This Division is responsible for responding to and enforcing the state’s animal cruelty laws under N.J.S.A. Title 4, Chapter 22. In compliance with this law, the Brick Township Police Department has assigned Sgt. Donnelly and Ptl. Lampiasi to investigate all animal cruelty and neglect incidents that occur within the Township of Brick.
The below definitions generally outline, but are not limited to, potential violations of New Jersey Animal Cruelty or Neglect Laws.
- Animal cruelty can be either deliberate abuse or simply the failure to take care of an animal.
- Animal Neglect is the failure to provide basic care required for an animal to thrive.
- Adverse Environmental Conditions refer to conditions in which the ambient temperature is 35 degrees Fahrenheit or below in the immediate vicinity of a dog, domestic companion animal, or service animal; or where other cold weather or precipitation-related environmental conditions exist. Similarly, adverse environmental conditions exist when the ambient temperature is 90 degrees Fahrenheit or above in the immediate vicinity of a dog, domestic companion animal, or service animal; or when an animal is exposed to direct sunlight, hot pavement or any other hot surface.
- Bodily Injury means physical pain, illness or any impairment of physical condition.
- Cruel Conditions are defined as any treatment that is devoid of any human compassion and considered cruel to the point that may pose a danger to the life or wellbeing of an animal. This includes, but is not limited to, cruelly retraining a dog, i.e. using a chain with metal links that are more than ¼” thick or a tether, collar or harness to which a weight is attached; tethering a nursing female dog or a dog less than 4-months old; or tethering a dog in a manner that does not permit the dog continuous access to water in a sanitary and liquid state whenever the dog is tethered for more than 30 minutes.
For more information visit: Guide to Prevention of Animal Cruelty Laws
Humane Law Enforcement Officer’s Contacts:
Sgt. Keith Donnelly 212
Ptl. Gerard Lampiasi 156
The Special Police Unit consists of one Lieutenant, three Sergeants and twenty-one Special Police Officers. All Special Police Officers are Class I Special Police Officers. These officers perform routine traffic details, spectator control and similar duties. They are also authorized to conduct cell inspections, perform court security and book arrestees, logging the required information into Aegis Law Enforcement Records in the New World System, including fingerprinting and photographing of arrestees.
Anyone interested in applying for a position as a special police officer can fill out an application online at https://townshipofbrick.seamlessdocs.com/f/YDnmdx
Crossing Guard Unit consists of one Supervisor and eighteen Crossing Guards. Their responsibility is to control and/or direct vehicular or pedestrian traffic during those time periods of a school day when it is necessary to control traffic or during any special event or program involving pedestrian crossings whenever it is deemed to be in the best interests of public safety.
Anyone interested in applying for a position as a Crossing Guard can fill out an application at
The Brick Twp. Police Department recognizes that starting a Neighborhood Watch is the most effective and least costly answers to crime. Watch groups are a foundation of community crime prevention and can be a stepping stone to community revitalization. Your Neighborhood Watch program will help address immediate crime and motor vehicle problems, focus on home security and build neighborhood cohesion by working together with the Police Department.
The goal of this program is to establish a means of communication between residents and the Police Department. This program is an effective way to educate residents on police organization and structure, policies and procedures and the exchange of information. Through the Neighborhood Watch Program the police department can begin to assess and address any specific needs and concerns of the residents.
Ptl. Victoria Finelli – Community Policing Officer
Brick Township Police Department
401 Chambers Bridge Road
Brick, NJ 08723
Project Safe Lock will assist residents who, due to advanced age, mobility, medical concerns, and other housing circumstances may be unable to answer their door in an emergency situation. Project Safe Lock is free of charge to any eligible resident.
Project Safe Lock utilizes a realtor’s style lock box which could be mounted to a door or railing of a home. The lock box will be owned by the Brick Twp. Police Department. A key, supplied by the resident, is locked in the box. When an emergency exists, responding Brick Twp. Police will retrieve this key by using a code which will be stored in our Dispatch Center.
Project Safe Lock members must meet certain criteria and agree to the Brick Twp. Police terms and conditions. Some of the conditions that will be considered are:
- Live alone or be home alone on a frequent basis
- Handicapped or medical/physical conditions that make movement difficult
- Whether the homeowner will be accessible
- Provide a key (keys) for an entry door to the home
- Grant the Brick Twp. Police Department permission to access and use the key in an emergency. A waiver form (see attached) must be completed and notarized which will be included in this application.
- If you should move, you must notify the Brick Twp. Police Department so that we may retrieve the lock box.
As a safety measure, after the key has been removed, the Brick Twp. Police Department can reset the code.
The Brick Twp. Police Department believes Project Safe Lock will provide a safety mechanism for our community where as in the past our officers would have to search for a hide-a-key which often was not placed in the area specified. Funding for the initial purchases of the lock boxes was provided for by Artis Senior Living. All those interested in supporting Project Safe Lock should contact the Brick Twp. Police Community Policing Unit. Those interested in applying for a lock box through this program will be able to access an application form through the Brick Township Police website, or they can respond to the Community Policing Office at the Brick Township Police Station during regular business hours.