The Woodland Park Police Department is committed to serve and protect all people within our jurisdiction with a commitment to excellence, integrity, respect, fairness and compassion. Our mission is to provide professional law enforcement services while working in partnership with those whom we serve.
In December of 2016, The Woodland Park Police Department became one of the first Police Departments to wear and use Body Worn Cameras (BWC) in the State of New Jersey. The program which was spearheaded by now Police Chief John Uzzalino has grown into a very successful program. It has helped officers gather evidence, strengthen officer performance and accountability, allows us to enhance transparency, documents police-citizen encounters, aids in investigations, resolves complaints and Officer involved incidents. Since then we are on our 3rd generation camera and we will continue to proudly wear the BWC shown above. Any questions on the BWC program can be directed to Capt. Michael Brady at 973-345-8123 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
From evacuation notices to road closures, you'll be among the first to receive vital information with an automatic call from the Police or the Office of Emergency Management.
Woodland Park has implemented CodeRED, an emergency notification system that functions as a reverse 9-1-1 system. For example, in the event of a weather emergency, the CodeRED system will call your landline telephone to alert you to the emergency situation.
Cellphone numbers are not part of the CodeRED database. If you want your cellphone to be called, to alert you to an emergency or other vital notice, please click on the Code Red Icon to the right and register your cellphone number in the form provided.
The CodeRED database contains information from public databases, including regional phone listings. However, no one should assume that their information is in the system.
If you wish to have your number removed please send your name, address and number to email@example.com